This is not your typical "Globo Gym" or LA Fitness, Balleys, etc. where you sign up for a membership and are left to fend for yourself. We want you to succeed and will do all we can to ensure you do just that! From the minute you step into CrossFit T1 until you leave, there will be a CrossFit Certified instructor to help you through your workout.
We operate in a class setting.
A typical class will look like this:
- Warm Up (10-15 mins)
- -Strength Work or Metabolic
- Conditioning-depending on objectives (10-15 mins)
- -Work Out of the Day (WOD) (10-25 mins)
- -Stretch (10 mins)
I’m out of shape; is CrossFit for me?
This question arises regularly. The applicability of CrossFit to older and deconditioned or detrained populations is absolutely important. The needs of an Olympic athlete and our grandparents differ by degree not kind. One is looking for functional dominance the other for functional competence. Competence and dominance manifest through identical physiological mechanisms. CrossFit has used our same routines for elderly individuals with heart disease and cage fighters one month out from televised bouts. We scale load and intensity; we don’t change programs.
We get requests from athletes from every sport looking for a strength and conditioning program for their sport. Firemen, soccer players, triathletes, boxers, and surfers all want programs that conform to the specificity of their needs. While admitting that there are surely needs specific to any sport, the bulk of sport specific training has been ridiculously ineffective. The need for specificity is nearly completely met by regular practice and training within the sport not in the strength and conditioning environment. Our terrorist hunters, skiers, mountain bikers and housewives have found their best fitness from the same regimen.
Reference: CrossFit Inc.