CrossFit programing is designed for universal scalability, making it the perfect fitness program for any individual regardless of age, experience or current fitness level. Whether you are looking to tone muscle, lose weight, or work on your cardio, CrossFit is the program for you. We change lives!
Here’s What Makes CrossFit Great:
– The Community and Friends!
– Coaches That Care and Want to Help You Succeed!
– High Intensity Workouts that WORK!
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Frequently asked questions:
- Do I need to be in shape to start CrossFit?
Absolutely not! Everyone has to start somewhere. That’s why each workout can be modified to match your ability level.
- What type of exercise will I be doing?
First, you will be learning the 9 foundational movements of CrossFit in our “Elements” class, lead by our head coach. We use bodyweight movements, such as pull-ups and push-ups, and weight training throughout our program, implementing kettlebells, bands, dumb bells, barbells, Olypmic lifts, gymnastics, endurance training, rings, medicine balls, etc.
- What is the class structure?
Each class will consist of 10-15 of warm-up, then 10-20 minutes of strength work, and finally a 5-25 min. Metcon (short for Metabolic Conditioning) workout combining different movements.
- How long will it take to see results?
That is totally up to you. The harder you work, and the better your diet is by eating clean, the more results you will see. We always say, “You can’t out train a bad diet!” So, combining a few days a week of high intensity exercise with a fairly clean, nutritious diet, you will see results quickly. Many members see improvements in weight, quality of sleep, focus, and energy.
- Is CrossFit for athletes only?
No, CrossFit is for everyone! We focus on functional movements that everyone needs.
- Is CrossFit safe?
Yes, definitely…when done correctly. By taking the time to learn the movements and listening to the coach, you will get a good foundation from which to build. Remember that any activity can cause injury, but by working on form, you will mitigate the chance of injury.