Strength and conditioning program best described as ‘constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement’, with the stated goal of improving fitness and therefore general physical preparedness. CrossFit is designed to elicit as broad an adaptational response as possible and optimize physical competence in each of the ten recognized fitness domains: Cardiovascular endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance and accuracy.
F.I.T. is fun, intense, training. F.I.T. classes mimic the format of our CrossFit classes but is on the lighter side. There are no olympic or power lifting movements in the programming and this class is more of a metabolic conditioning class that will work on your muscular and cardiovascular endurance.
Specific to endurance training that includes running workouts, strength workouts, and CrossFit metabolic conditioning workouts.
Strength program that incorporates olympic lifting movements such as the jerk, clean, snatch, deadliest, squat, press and combinations of these movements. Olympic lifting will consist of movements designed to create strength and power that will carry over into any sport your currently participating in, including CrossFit.
Yoga is a form of exercise that uses slow movements and stretching. It is good for increasing flexibility and balance. It is also good for relieving stress and relaxing.
Strength & Conditioning Fundamentals
Strength & Conditioning Fundamentals is an assessment class designed to test new athletes fitness capacity and adequate range of motion in a CrossFit intense workout environment. Working with the athlete on fundamental movements and CrossFit methodologies to progress into the right program to meet the athletes fitness goals.