Frequently Asked Questions

Frequently Asked Questions

With inexperienced coaches, bad equipment and the wrong attitude, CrossFit can be dangerous – but so can riding your bike or driving your car. The experienced and proven CrossFit coaches you’ll find at our facility will ensure that you’re training in the safest, most effective and efficient way possible.
A WOD is the workout of the day. We program a different WOD everyday. We utilize a few different types of exercises for the WOD and depending on the stimulus/focus for the day it will always have one or more of the following exercise types in a single WOD:

1.) Mono-structural or "classic cardio" style movements like running, rowing, biking and jump rope!
2.) Gymnastics or body-weight movements like air squats, push ups, pull ups, ring rows, box jumps, burpees, as well as a few, more, advanced body-weight movements.
3.)  Weightlifting or any kind of external load like dumbbells, kettlebells, barbells, medicine balls, weight vests, etc.
Absolutely not! People join CrossFit at all different levels! Whether you've been "out of the game" for a while or if you're a former college athlete, we can tailor any WOD to meet you where you're at! 
Yes! We have a variety of discount options!

  • Sign up together and you and your spouse receive 15% off of your membership.
We also offer the following discounts for 20% off of their membership.

  • Full Time Students(Teen/College) 
  • All Teachers
  • FHSU Faculty/Staff
  • First Responder, Military/Veterans

We also offer Family Discounts at the following rate(s):

  • Family of 3+--20% off entire package (Excluding A.D.P.)
**Our Athletic Development Program (A.D.P.) does not receive any discounts.
Yes! Our coaches would love to work with you 1-on-1! To get started with personal training, please contact us!
If you're new to CrossFit, we recommend our "Couch to CrossFit" Program. This will give you the "method to the madness" that you typically see when you watch a CrossFit class in session. You will learn the lingo, class flow, movement standards and how to adjust movements based on your abilities. This will also show you "best practices" in order to keep you safe and seeing progress!