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Be patient. Results take time but if you’re consistent, they absolutely will come. The exciting thing is that as a beginner, results come fairly quickly, even in 30 days you can really see a difference in your strength and overall fitness.
Yes. We like to organize our classes in small groups. Small group settings allow you to make new friends that might share the same interest(s) as you!
We are a community of people that share the same fitness journey as you. We are here to build each other up - If you win, we all win!
2-4 classes a week is realistic for beginners, depending on your level of fitness when you start. It may take a while for your body to get used to training at that intensity, so at the beginning, you might need more recovery time between training days. Over the first few months, start working your way up to training 5 days a week.
We have filtered water available to our members. Other snacks and drinks are available for purchase.
No. our fitness program is what will get you in shape. No matter what your current fitness level is, we have the fitness program that is right for you... As you become fitter, workouts will become more challenging. Every workout is designed to help you succeed, improve fitness, and move you toward your goals. CrossFit is designed for universal scalability making it the perfect application for any committed individual regardless of experience.
We take all major credit cards and debit cards. We do not accept personal checks.
Our class programming will include a strength portion in which you’ll work on something like Olympic weightlifting, deadlifting, squatting, or bodyweight strength or you may work on a skill like handstand push-ups. After the strength or skill portion of the class is complete, most days will involve a workout that was programmed for that specific day. Workouts can be anywhere between 5 to 20 minutes or more.
Do enjoy special indulgences and meals. It’s a lifestyle, but it has to be manageable and realistic for the long-term. Luckily, the healthier you eat, the healthier you tend to want to eat. You get hooked on feeling good and junk food just isn’t worth it. By avoiding excessive amounts of refined carbohydrates and measuring your intake of protein, carbohydrates, and fat, you will see dramatic, measurable increases in health.