To be nerdy, it is constantly varied, functional movement, done at relatively high intensity. What that means in English is we do a bunch of different workouts, comprised of simple body-weight and free-weight movements, and we are pushing ourselves as hard as we want to or can on that day.
How do I get started if I’m new to CrossFilt?
Contact us for an introductory visit, tour of our gym, and to set up your Introduction to CrossFit sessions. Please text Nate at 404-556-5885.
What do I wear?
We recommend clothes that you are comfortable to move in. You will be getting up and down off the floor and moving quickly. Make sure they are clothes you are ok sweating in. You will sweat. In the nicer months we will work out outside if the weather permits it. There are tons of CrossFit specific clothes, shoes, and gears out there, but you do not need any of that for Foundations. If you are looking to upgrade the wardrobe we can point you in the right direction.
I’ve heard that CrossFit is dangerous, is it?
Anything done incorrectly can be dangerous. By going through Foundations, you are learning the correct way to move and approach workouts. Once in classes you are under the watchful eye of a coach whose sole purpose is to push you outside your comfort zone while maintaining a safe environment. CrossFit done correctly is not dangerous.
My significant other is interested in starting, too. Can they come?
For sure! We encourage you to bring your significant other, friends, and family to try us out. Please ask us about our couples and family discounts.
What if I’ve done CrossFit before?
Welcome to your new home. “Doing CrossFit before” means you’ve done an introductory course at another CrossFit Gym and then you were an active member there for at least 3 months. If that is the case you can start your membership and workout with the classes anytime you like. Welcome to our community.
What if I have an injury?
We are sorry to hear that but not a problem. The beauty of CrossFit is that it can be adjusted, scaled, or modified to fit anyone’s needs. We’ll come up with a plan on how to accommodate any injuries.