What is CrossFit 101?
The emphasis of the 101 sessions is skill development and exposure to our basic movements. It is designed to prepare you to enter our ongoing CrossFit group classes. We will be emphasizing technique — to ensure your safety and to ensure success at the next level.
First, we will introduce you to technique and mechanics, THEN increase intensity.
We will teach you basic skills that progressively become more technical as you become comfortable.
A total of 4 classes that is scheduled according to your preference.
There will be a workout at the end of each session that implements the movements being taught earlier in the session.
The difficulty of these workouts in ultimately in your hands. The degree that you push yourself will determine how much you learn. The class is called “on ramp” for a specific reason – we want to ramp you up to the level of intensity and output that is inherent in our General CrossFit classes.
Shifts in body composition are one of the most motivating ways to measure success (weight shouldn’t matter, how your clothes fit & how you look naked should!). We highly encourage you to take “Before” pictures at the beginning of On-Ramp class.
The classes are offered in a personal training setting to ensure that everyone gets the proper attention they deserve. The sooner you sign up, the sooner you will learn CrossFit!
The “101” program is designed to prepare you for our General CrossFit classes. These classes will cover 9 fundamental movements of CrossFit. This is done before you enroll in regular CrossFit or if you have been a member for a while but want to work on technique more one on one.
These classes are done in a One on One setting with a Certified L-1 Trainer. We require that you complete this “101” program series before moving forward to general CrossFit. The cost of this program is a one time charge of $200. This program is purchased along with your one month membership.
Now none of these excuses apply!
It’s too intense for me.
I’m not familiar with any of these exercises.
I want to be in better shape before I get into CrossFit classes.
I won’t be able to keep up.
- I’m a beginner!