What is CrossFit

CrossFit is a core strength and conditioning program that gets results, fast! CrossFit exercise’s mimic the movements we were born to do naturally like running, jumping, pulling, throwing, lifting etc. Combine this with weight lifting and gymnastics and you have the basic structure of CrossFit WODS (Work Out of the Day). The ideology behind this type of structuring is that it not only makes us fitter and stronger, it also prepares us for the unknowable events life throws at us.

Our program is broad and inclusive, giving rise to CrossFit’s specialty of not specializing. It is designed for universal scalability making it the perfect application for any committed individual regardless of experience. We scale load and intensity; we don’t change programs.

CrossFit is the principal strength and conditioning program for many police academies and tactical operations teams, military special operations units, champion martial artists, and hundreds of other elite and professional athletes worldwide.

We work on the ten recognised domains of fitness as a deliberate attempt to increase work capacity, considered to be the holy grail to improving fitness.  These are Cardiovascular and respiratory endurance, strength, power, speed, stamina, agility, flexibility, accuracy, balance and coordination. Combining this concept with the CrossFit prescription of training; performing constantly varied, functional movements and executing these at high intensity allows us to achieve a superior overall fitness.

Why CrossFit?

CrossFit work outs are scalable, which means everyone of all fitness levels can join in.

The workouts are short, challenging, fun, rewarding and always changing.

Whether you are coming out of retirement, looking for that competitive edge in sports or just want to be a fitter, healthier person, CrossFit will help get you there.

We are a community, everybody knows your name, everyone will support you through your journey. We push each other to places we never thought possible.

The last person to finish is just as important as the first!

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