Class Descriptions

CrossFit WOD

This one hour class is typically comprised of lifting or skill work followed by a high intensity metabolic conditioning workout. The workout combines elements of cardiovascular/respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy, using a combination of functional movements. The “Workout of the Day” or WOD can contain any combination of running, rowing, biking, jumping rope, gymnastics (body weight movements such as pull ups, push ups, etc.), and/or weightlifting movements. Workouts are constantly varied in structure, time domain, and movements.

Community Class

These hour long beginner classes are open to both experienced CrossFit athletes and those looking to try CrossFit for the first time. These classes use simple bodyweight movements, kettlebells, and dumbbells to challenge members’ cardiovascular endurance and introduce new members to the class structure and the camaraderie of the gym.

Mobility Class

This comprehensive mobility class will address the body as a whole through the utilization of foam rollers, bands, lacrosse balls, etc… A special emphasis will be placed on mobilizations and stretches that have been shown to be especially important for CrossFit athletes and decreasing their overall risk for injury. This mobility class will be led by physical therapists Dr. Ben Bagge and Dr. Colin Miller from Pro+Kinetix. For more information about Pro+Kinetix feel free to visit their website

Sprint Class

This 30 minute Sprint Class is perfect for those who are crunched for time but still want a high intensity metabolic conditioning workout. Grassroots Sprint is CrossFit without barbells. Instead, classes include dumbbells, kettlebells, medicine balls, rowing, running, and jumping. Like the Community Classes we offer, Sprint Classes are open to both experienced CrossFit athletes as well as those who haven’t done CrossFit.