Prospective Members FAQ

(New Members FAQ Scroll to bottom)

Getting Started

The official definition of CrossFit is “Varied functional movements performed at high intensity”. But simply put, CrossFit is a well-rounded exercise program that doesn’t focus on one aspect of fitness. For example, one day you’ll come in and work on getting stronger and another day the focus will be on improving your cardio. Within those workouts, you’ll perform a wide range of movements that are sure to keep things fresh and exciting.

CrossFit is for everyone and for all skill levels! It’s a coach-led, class based exercise program that gets you working out with your friends in a fun and safe environment.

We offer a trial session for those interested in trying out our gym.  You can choose to do your trial session either as a 1-on-1 session, or in one of our regular CrossFit Classes.  Either of these options are free of charge!  Setup a trial 1-on-1 or trial class here.

Yes!  Whether you’re new to CrossFit and just want a few sessions to bring you up to speed before joining our classes, or you simply prefer the individualization of 1-on-1 training over the class training, our coaches are available and have years of experience training kids and adults of all fitness and experience levels.

Absolutely NOT! A majority of our members have started with little to no experience at all.

Membership and Classes

We have membership monthly memberships including 1x a week or an Unlimited option. There are no contracts and no sign-up fees.  We offer discounts for police, fire, and military, as well as a couples discount.  You can check out more info on pricing, cancellation/hold policies, and even sign up here!

We have 6-9 classes per day Monday through Friday, 4 classes on Saturday, and 2 classes on Sunday. Plenty of opportunities for you to get your exercise in. We also have an open gym at 7:30pm Monday through Thursday, 7:00am Monday through Friday, and 11:00am Saturday for members who want to come in and get some additional work in on their own. Here is a full calendar of our weekly schedule.

Class Structure and Programming

WOD stands for Workout of the Day. Each class throughout the day completes the same workout, and workouts vary from day to day. You can check out what’s in store for the weekly programming here. Our programming is done weekly by our coaches so that each workout benefits our own special population of members.

We program with multiple levels of experience in mind. Typically, you’ll see 3 levels which are our Rx’d, Advanced, and Beefy options. Our Rx’d option is geared towards the general population, with the intention of coming in to get a good sweat and hangout with your peers. You’ll see simple movements designed to keep you moving throughout the entire workout and having fun while you’re at it! Advanced folks typically have been doing CrossFit for some time now and look for a little bit more of a challenge. We’ll incorporate more advanced movements and up their rep scheme so they can continue to make progress throughout their entire fitness endeavor. As for our beefy option, a small portion of our gym enjoys competing at local comps so we like to prepare them for those situations. Typically, a “beefy” workout contains high skill movements and should be reserved for those that can demonstrate excellent movement quality on a regular basis.  Read more about our programming here.

Never fear! All of our coaches have the capability to scale any workout to fit your current fitness level. We can take any movement and simplify it for you, or even substitute exercises so you can still get the same stimulus as everyone else. Whatever the case may be, there is always an option for everyone!

The coach of your class will always start off by bringing everyone together for a class warm up. The class warm up includes any stretches, mobility exercises, or activation movements that are geared specifically to what you’ll be performing for the WOD. Afterwards, you’ll talk about the workout of the day at the whiteboard and go over any modifications/strategies the coach feels may be necessary. Then under the watchful eye of your coach, you’ll get to exercise! Typically, we leave a few minutes at the end of class for those that want to get extra accessory or stretching in as well.

If you have any additional questions, feel free to contact us.