Frequenty Asked Questions
What should I wear to workout?
Wear comfortable clothes that you can move freely in and shoe’s that are lightweight/flat for running and lifting weights.
If I've never done CrossFit before, is it still right for me?
Like anything that’s new, there’s typically a learning curve before you feel completely confident and get the hang of it. To shorten this learning curve our fitness school provides two specific goal based workout programs (Health and Performance).Â Read more about our programs here!Â This means each workout is designed to achieve your individual fitness goals.Â Plus, our detailed coaching will ensure you receive the right workout intensity, skill practice, and environment needed to reach your next level of fitness.
How do I get a feel for the gym before I sign up?
We believe that our program offers a unique service and in order to understand if you’re a good fit to join, we take each interested athlete through a complimentary introductory session. We’ll cover our approach to training, what to expect as a new member, you’ll tour our facility and see our equipment, and learn more about our memberships and pricing.
I'm a female, will I get big and bulky doing Crossfit?
With a clean diet and balanced training that includes a variety of body weight movements, weightlifting, and cardio exercises will make you lean, athletic and fit!
I'm a guy and I simply want to be muscular and ripped. CrossFit looks like a bunch of cardio, can it get me there?
If you train smart, follow our weightlifting protocols and eat sound nutrition then yes, we can help you attain the “ripped and muscular” physique you desire. We incorporate a variety of weight training and gymnastic movements. If you commit 100% you’ll not only have the physique you want, but the fitness to back it up.
Can I get enough attention in a group setting?
Yes! Our coaching staff is specially trained to handle large groups of people. Generally, most classes are between 8-14 people per class, so you will have the attention you need in order to have a safe and successful workout.
I've heard CrossFit is dangerous and my doctor/therapist says I should avoid it because I've been prone to injury in the past... is this true?
All physical training programs come with the risk of injury. That being said, CrossFit is no more dangerous than any other fitness routine. Our number one priority is to make sure our athletes reach their PEAK potential. Injuring yourself is counterproductive to this. That’s why you can trust us to always have an experienced coach instructing proper lifting mechanics and monitoring workout intensity!