Regardless of a person’s past athletic experience or current level of fitness, everyone who first comes to CrossFit Life Performance is provided with the opportunity to learn about basic techniques, terminology, pre-workout warm ups and exercises before participating in regular classes. These include a total of four sessions with one of our coaches.
3 Steps to Get Started:
1. Take a FREE Trial Session
A Trial session is designed to help you understand what we do, and why we do it, answer any questions that you may have, and provide your first exposure to a CrossFit workout. You will gain instruction in some of the basic movements, and experience examples of how we scale workouts for each individual.
2. Welcome to Regular CrossFit Group Classes
If you are ready to get started, visit CrossFit Life Performance and fill out our form as soon as possible!
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Frequently Asked Questions
What Will CrossFit Life Performance Offer me?
Small-group, semi-private classes provide a careful and customized approach to your unique fitness abilities and goals
Certified trainers teach you new functional movements and motivate you throughout the process
Organic fitness – use your body’s bio-mechanics, not overbuilt machines, to achieve results that help you in the real world
Variety – you will not be bored because our workouts are rarely repeated
Measurable results which improve over time and increase performance in any sport(s) in which you compete
I’m a woman. Will lifting weights give me huge arms and a huge Shoulder?
There is a common misconception that lifting weights will give women massive shoulders and huge arms. With CrossFit, you will have better tone and build lean muscle mass, but you won’t look like a body-builder, we promise.
I’m a runner, cyclist, golfer, tennis player, etc., why should I do CrossFit?
Every specialized athlete has clear deficiencies. CrossFit will target your weaknesses and improving these areas which will make you a dramatically better sport-specific athlete.
What is a WOD?
We refer to our daily workouts as “Workouts of the Day” or a WOD.