Yes. We allow holds for up to a month without charge. Durations longer than 1 month require cancellation of membership. Email email@example.com at least 7 days prior to your membership charge to put your account on hold.
We believe that you should move your body and get a little sweat going daily. Some enjoy CrossFit so much that they will attend as many as 5 or 6 days per week. For some that’s too much and they will CrossFit 3-4 days per week. This really comes down to: 1) What are your goals (3x week fitness vs 5x week fitness)? and 2) How much can you commit to?
No matter your experience or skill level, the more you do something, the better you will become!
To add an additional family member to WOD classes (including first month beginner program), we will convert the membership to our Couples Unlimited membership of $300/month.
To add a child to our Kids classes, we charge $50 for the 1st child and $35 for each after.
Yes! We regularly schedule “Bring a Friend” days for our WODs. This would be a great opportunity to ask your friend to come check out CrossFit. Alternatively, we offer FREE Community workouts every Thursday at 6:30pm and Saturdays at 10:15am. Check out our blog for upcoming “Bring a Friend” days.
Starting CrossFit can be confusing because there is a whole new language to learn. We created this blog post to explain some of our most common abbreviations.
YouTube, clinics and private training although not necessarily in that order. Fortunately, we offer all 3 solutions. Check out our YouTube channel for all of our movement and exercise videos. Periodically visit our Upcoming Events page for announcements on upcoming clinics. Lastly, we offer private training for as little as $60/session. Book an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Yes, we do! There are 3 bathrooms with showers and 1 changing room.
Clothing that you feel comfortable getting sweaty in and a water bottle.
We recommend eating for your goals. Check out our MBS Nutrition page.
The most commonly used weightlifting movements in CrossFit are referred to as the 9 Foundational Movements. We also incorporate gymnastics with running, rowing, and jumping rope. You can see the full list here.
That is the biggest misconception with CrossFit. Yes, it can be difficult and you can really push it, but truthfully, most of us didn’t consider ourselves athletes before CrossFit. We are regular people with common goals just looking to live healthier and stronger lives.