Based on the CrossFit prescription of “constantly varied functional movement executed at high intensity,” our CrossFit program combines strength training with the “classic” CrossFit cardio workout. For this class, you could be working on pull-ups, rowing, burpees and much more. Every workout of the day (WOD) is different so you never get bored! We scale each workout to your fitness level, so you get the maximum workout every time.
Who says adults get to have all the fun? CrossFit Kids teaches children ages 3-16 the principles of mechanics, consistency and intensity in working out. Establishing good movements and fitness through childhood and adolescence is our goal. CrossFit Kids provides children with physical literacy, enhanced sports performance, and fewer sports injuries. Also, scientific research proves that exercise benefits cognitive function. So your little athlete will do better on the field and the classroom.
With the Eat Your Way team, we will create a personalized program that has your specific goals in mind. If you are interested in signing up, the first step in the program will be the completion of a questionnaire. This will allow us to understand your goals and lifestyle. We will then develop an individualized program for you. This plan will give you the rules of the program, the dos and don’ts, and will hopefully answer all of the questions you have about macro counting. In your personal program, you will be assigned a specific number of macros each week. This will vary depending on your activity level. How you fill your macros is up to you, however, we do encourage you to find foods that fill you up, and satisfy your cravings!
You get: Personal goal analysis, 3 months of individualized programming. Weekly check-ins, Dietary control, 24/7 coach support, and Facebook Closed Member Group for support.
Our weightlifting classes are quickly becoming one of our most popular classes. Powerlifting and Olympic lifting are great ways to supplement your regular CrossFit WOD routine with something fun, technically advanced, and potentially really heavy.
It is an hour for our members to break down fundamental movements and learn. In a small class environment, we spend time focusing on learning mechanics, improving consistency and only then slowly and appropriately adding intensity. The coach take each athlete through proper movement and range of motion, focusing on proper mechanics and consistency.
There is something to be learned in these classes for new and experienced athletes. As we gain experience in the gym, we lose sight of the movements that build our foundation as a successful athlete. Maybe we’ve been doing CrossFit for so long that we think we’ve learned everything there is to know about movements like the rowing or the overhead squat. There are always ways we can improve as athletes and the Back to Basics Class allows us to slow down and break down movements again.
If you’re a seasoned CrossFitter, I challenge you to take a few steps back and spend some time perfecting a movement you maybe haven’t thought to perfect. Rearrange those three foundational words, movement, consistency, then intensity, back to their intended state. One of two things might happen; either you’ll reinforce information you already knew which will help translate into proper movement mid-WOD when the intensity is high, or you’ll learn something new about the movement and your body.
As a new CrossFitter, I challenge you to give Back to Basics a try and learn something new about fitness and ultimately yourself. Learn what these three words mean and how they can set you up for a lifetime of progress.
Greg Glassman defines virtuosity as “doing the common uncommonly well”. Seasoned Crossfitters and new Crossfitters alike can use these three stepping stones; mechanics, consistency and intensity, to achieve this ultimate state of mastery. As you move forward in your fitness journey, remember that there is always something to be learned, that’s why we joined in the first place. 😉