Constantly varied, functional movements performed at high intensity. CrossFit is a program that delivers a fitness that is, by design, broad, general & inclusive.
A core strength and conditioning program that is designed to elicit as broad an adaptational physical response as possible, CrossFit is not a specialized fitness program but rather it focuses on competency in each of the ten recognized fitness domains; cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance and accuracy.
All our CrossFit classes are fully guided with a coach. Each session will have a warm-up, a skill or strength component and a conditioning workout.
All athletes are trained to successfully perform multiple, diverse and randomized physical challenges.
All CrossFit memberships also allow you access to our Open Gym and CrossFit Quick classes.
Our CrossFit Quick classes are 45 minute sessions of short, high intensity workouts which use full-body exercises. These sessions are constantly varied, challenging & potent.
The 45 minute coached sessions will consist of a warm-up, movement lesson, workout & warm-down. Workouts will utilise bodyweight movements such as push-ups, sit-ups, squats and pull-ups; weightlifting movements using kettlebells, medicine balls and dumbbells as well as sprinting in the form of running, rowing and/or jumping rope.
Theses sessions are for those of us who find it tough to allocate time for workouts before and after office hours but have that small window to workout during lunch.
Our Weightlifting classes focus on improving proficiency in the snatch and the clean & jerk through drills, strength work & flexibility work.
Whether you are preparing for a competition or simply want to improve your technique, these classes are an indispensable supplement to any training program.
Programming varies on a weekly basis. In each class athletes can expect to snatch, clean & jerk, perform dynamic pulling drills, perform upper body strength and/or dynamic work and perform squats for strength and/or speed.
Class runs for 90 minutes.
CrossFit 55+ is a program for individuals who are older than 55 years that want to increase functional fitness, strength, balance, flexibility & coordination.
All sessions will include a warmup, a strength training portion to build bone density & a conditioning portion to improve cardiovascular health.
We all want the best for our kids. Today’s youth are caught between increasingly sedentary lifestyles and intensive single-sport specialization. This has reduced physical activity—decreasing free play, undermining motor skills development, heightening injury risk, and exacerbating childhood obesity.
CrossFit Kids is a challenging, socially interactive strength and conditioning program for elementary school-age children. Our program delivers a fitness that is, by design, broad, general, and inclusive.
Young athletes learn proper functional movements at an early age in order to facilitate a lifelong commitment to fitness and sport. We also discuss how proper nutrition can keep us all healthy and provide fuel for busy bodies.
Classes are structured to give kids progressive training in gymnastics and strength training, as well as an increase in self-esteem and confidence. Most importantly, kids have FUN!
All coaches have current CrossFit Kids certificates.
CrossFit Kids are generally for children between 7-12 years old.
Crossfit Teens caters to 12 – 19 years old.
Our 1 hour yoga practice focuses on slow and controlled movements into asanas, or postures, to improve stability, alignment, flexibility, and strength.
Emphasis is placed on the breath to improve awareness and stimulate all of the body to work more efficiently, promoting a greater sense of well being.
Expect lots of stretching and lengthening, a nice connection with your body and breath, and wrapping up your practice feeling great!
Classes are suitable for all levels from beginners to advanced
“Through sustained focus and meditation on our patterns, habits and conditioning, we gain knowledge and understanding on our past and how we can change the patterns that aren’t serving us to live more freely and fully.”
– Yoga Sutra III.18