CrossFit is a wide-ranging strength and conditioning program, scalable to meet anyone’s current ability and challenge them to increase their capacity.

CROSSFIT'S SPECIALTY IS NOT SPECIALIZING

We train for General Physical Preparedness (GPP), which means that we want to be good at a broad range of activities.  We want to be better at everyday life, capable of trying new activities, and prepared for the unknown challenges of tomorrow.

CROSSFIT USES FUNCTIONAL, NATURAL MOVEMENTS

This means that we steer clear of things that would be altogether silly when taken outside of a gym (when’s the last time you did a bicep curl or a leg extension anywhere in real life?).  We do real work.  We pick things up and move them around.  We move our bodies through space.  We run.  We jump.  We lift.  We squat.  We climb.  We put it in a blender and do it again. Faster.

CROSSFIT IS CONSTANTLY VARIED

We mix things up from day to day, and there is no routine.  Routine is the enemy.  This is not a 90-day cycle that you finish and think, “well now what?”.  CrossFit is as fresh, exciting and challenging on day 1000 as it is on day 1.

CROSSFIT VALUES PERFORMANCE OVER AESTHETICS

While a “nice-looking” body is still a valid result of the pursuit of authentic fitness, it is a by-product and not a goal.  Other programs set their sights on the aesthetics and forget about the fitness.  CrossFit will give you both.  Put another way: you can look fit without really being fit, but it’s hard to be really fit without looking fit.

SO WHAT'S THE BOTTOM LINE?

CrossFit is for everyone.     CrossFit is addictive.     CrossFit is fun.     CrossFit works.