“Foundations” is an introduction to functional fitness. These classes review and teach the points of performance for all the basic movements completed while participating in functional fitness. The focus is on proper form for movement efficiency and injury prevention.
Learn more about our Foundations CrossFit Introductory Program.
Functional Fitness Group Classes
Functional fitness combines traditional conditioning (running, rowing, biking), Powerlifting (back squats, deadlifts, bench press), Olympic Lifting (snatch and clean & jerk) and bodyweight movements (pull-ups, burpees, box jumps) all into one program. Functional fitness is a coach-lead, group-based, strength and conditioning program focused on improving functional movement. Every hour-long class starts with a warm-up to prepare the class for movement. After the warm-up, the class will work together on a strength or skill movement. The last part of the class is a timed high-intensity conditioning workout. Functional fitness is infinitely scalable and structured to allow members to meet their fitness goals regardless of where they are in their fitness journey.
Separate from the group classes, personal training gives athletes dedicated attention from a coach and is based on the personal needs and goals of that specific athlete.