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                 Constantly varied functional fitness performed at high intensity.

In our CrossFit classes, elements of gymnastics, Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting, sprinting, rowing and jumping are all combined into one program to help you achieve elite fitness. This is the only program capable of simultaneously developing your endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, agility, balance, coordination, and accuracy.


All of these principles are applied to a small group class where training with your friends does more than make the experience a ton of fun.

Elements is our intro to CrossFit, where you will learn the foundational movements of CrossFit. These movements include variations of squatting, pressing, jumping, and pulling. Once these are developed, we will shift our attention to increasing your workout intensity. After completing the Elements program, you will enter into our group CrossFit classes. 


Perform constantly varied functional movements at high intensity without the complex barbell lifts commonly seen in our CrossFit workouts.

Whether your goal is to build muscle, lose weight, or to simply stay in shape, we have the program for you. Our Boot Camp is a fun, supportive, fast-paced environment, where you will be pushed to achieve the goals you have set for yourself. We work at a high intensity, but without the heavy and complex movements often used in CrossFit workouts.


Perform similar workouts to our CrossFit and Boot Camp classes, but with a group of individuals in the 55+ age range. This class will have a greater focus on mobility than our traditional CrossFit class.

There may be concerns for those above the age of 55 to get involved in any sort of group fitness. However, there are strong arguments to be made about ensuring exercise remains a part of the routine for seniors. In a 2018 study in Frontiers in Immunology that analyzed exercise-induced immune suppression, scientists found “that leading a physically active lifestyle reduces the incidence of communicable (e.g., bacterial and viral infections) and non-communicable diseases (e.g., cancer), implying that immune competency is enhanced by regular exercise bouts.”

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