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Class Schedule

To find out how to begin your training with us, please see Getting Started.

Class Descriptions

CrossFit Level 1 (CF L1)

Designed to familiarize you with the movements we use most frequently, and build your general fitness base, our Level 1 classes are accessible to all levels of athlete! Each class includes a warm-up, a skill practice section, and a high intensity workout. All new athletes begin in Level 1.

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CrossFit Level 2 (CF L2)

Level 2 classes use more advanced movements, are more challenging and more intense! New athletes must test out of Level 1 prior to attending Level 2 classes.

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CrossFit Level 1 Test Out (CF L1 Test Out)

Once you are comfortable in our Level 1 classes, we invite you to test into our Level 2 program. Our test out process is designed to confirm that you are familiar with the movements we use most frequently and able to complete them safely in our more advanced classes.

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Olympic Weightlifting

These classes focus on the two contested Olympic lifts: the snatch and the clean & jerk. Olympic Weightlifting has a unique ability to develop an athlete’s explosive power, control of external objects, and mastery of critical motor recruitment patterns.

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STRENGTH is a 90-minute specialty class devoted to developing your raw strength and power with a combination of powerlifting, strongman training, and speed and power development techniques. In short, we’ll be lifting heavy shit, and breaking out all the toys!

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Our Movement program focuses on the fascinating challenge of moving your own bodyweight around in space. Work ranges from push-up variations to higher level skills like press to handstand, back and front levers, etc.

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Our Competition program focuses on preparing participants for CrossFit competition. It is led by CrossFit Games athlete Ariel Fernandez. This is a higher level class designed for the accomplished CrossFit athlete. Aspiring competitors must apply to participate.

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We currently run a strength & conditioning class specifically designed for 55+ athletes. These are slightly slower paced classes that focus on truly functional fitness: increasing strength levels to build healthy bones and muscle mass and keep you walking up and down stairs and carrying your own groceries for many years to come!

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Basic Training

Basic Training is a no-prerequisites class open to all members and non-members regardless of experience level. It employs basic, non-technical movements in a devastatingly effective manner.

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Lab Hour

Lab hour is a time set aside for you to develop skills or get in a little extra strength work. This is not a structured class, nor is it a time in which we allow timed workouts (we believe that participating in class is critical to your development as athletes!)

Open Gym

Have a specific workout in mind that you’re just DYING to try, but haven’t seen it come up in our programming? Want to make something up that you missed? Open Gym is your chance to do that.