Class Descriptions

We offer small group CrossFit classes and personal training. If you’re interested in our CrossFit group classes, but you’re new to CrossFit, you’ll start with our Foundations course. Get started now by scheduling your free 20-minute consultation to determine the best fit for you!


Our CrossFit group classes will take you to the next level of health and fitness.  We focus on functional exercises and quality of movement, executed at an intensity that’s right for you.  Whether you’re picking up physical activity for the very first time, or you’re a competitive athlete looking for cross-training, these 60-minute classes will help you achieve your individual fitness goals.


Every November through January, we run our Powder Prep Program, designed to get you in shape for the ski season. Every Tuesday and Thursday, we dedicate our general CrossFit classes to boosting stamina and building strength for the slopes with interval workouts and strength training.


If you’re new to CrossFit, or you’re returning after a long layoff, we’ll start you off with three 1-on-1 training sessions to ease the learning curve of getting started. In your first session, you’ll be introduced to the CrossFit program, learn a few of our most foundational skills, and apply them in a short workout. Sessions two and three will build on the skills and knowledge gained in the first, so that you’re set up for success heading into the CrossFit small group classes.

Foundations sessions are 75 minutes long, and they are scheduled at a time that is convenient for you. You can do them by yourself or with a friend. These classes are perfect way to get started with CrossFit.


Personal training sessions are the perfect complement to our CrossFit group classes. These sessions are member driven – you tell us what you want to work on, and we’ll make it happen. If you’ve been stuck with a particular skill, or you simply want more focused attention for an hour, then personal training is a great choice. A little extra help with double-unders, pullups, cleans, or muscle-ups can go a long way to enhancing your group class experience.