A CrossFit group class is a structured, coach-led workout session that involves a combination of various functional movements performed at high intensity.
Throughout the class, the coach provides guidance, instructions, and demonstrations to ensure that participants perform movements safely and effectively. They may also offer modifications or scaling options to tailor the workout to each individual's abilities and goals.
The class begins with a dynamic warm-up that includes exercises to increase heart rate, improve mobility, and prepare the body for the workout ahead. This might involve activities such as jogging, dynamic stretching, and light bodyweight movements and sometimes a game.
Some classes may include a specific skill or strength component where participants work on improving a particular movement or lift. This could involve practicing techniques for weightlifting, gymnastics, or other functional movements.
The main portion of the class consists of the "Workout of the Day" (WOD). The WOD is a carefully designed, high-intensity workout that typically incorporates a mix of exercises such as weightlifting, cardio, bodyweight movements, and functional training. The WOD is often scalable to accommodate participants of different fitness levels, allowing everyone to participate and challenge themselves at their own pace.
One of the key aspects of a CrossFit group class is the sense of community and support. Participants often encourage and motivate each other to push their limits and achieve their best performance during the workout.
Our gym emphasize building a strong community among their members. This often involves social interactions after every WOD with a round of high fives or fist bumps, themed workout events, and activities outside of regular class hours to foster a sense of belonging and camaraderie among our members.
Our Free Orientation is designed to provide you with a comprehensive understanding of our gym, our approach to fitness, and how we can help you achieve your fitness goals.