What is CrossFit
CrossFit is constantly varied functional movement executed at high intensity that teach you strength, stamina, flexibility, endurance, power, speed, balance, agility, co-ordination and accuracy. All scaled to suit your ability.
CrossFit is a thriving community of people who value true fitness with instruction from high quality coaches.
CrossFit is a fitness program designed around the things you do in the real world. CrossFit is personal training, but in a group setting to make it more challenging! We borrow exercises from things like weightlifting, gymnastics, rowing, track and field, and we mix it up a lot, so your body is always adapting, getting stronger, faster and better conditioned.
CrossFit is suitable for any level of experience; our emphasis on functional training means we prepare you to meet the physical challenges of your life.
Greg Glassman, a former gymnast, founded CrossFit®, Inc. in 2000. In his years coaching elite athletes, Coach Glassman found that the best way to achieve optimal fitness was not through specialisation but rather through “constantly varied, functional movement, performed at high intensity.”
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There are a number of scheduled classes on the timetable, but you are also able to come in during our open training hours and we will take you through the Workout Of the Day (WOD).
CrossFit is a proven method that military, fire, police, professional sports bodies, remedial health professionals, doctors, elderly support and kids all over the world are adopting as their only method for exercise.
Our training is purely functional exercise. Our trainers are fully certified and have been in the industry a long time. When we say ‘certified’ we mean ‘CrossFit Certified’. Our trainers endure a rigorous process that surpasses all other training methods.
We do NOT advise visiting a non-certified training organisation if you are hoping to learn the CrossFit Fundamentals. Look for the real thing and make sure you have done your homework first.