CrossFit is defined as "constantly varied, functional

movements, performed at high intensity."

What does that mean?

I.) "constantly varied"

every day will bring a new and exciting workout for

you. Workouts might be long one day and short the

next. They might include heavier weight one day, and

only bodyweight the next. It is unpredictable, which is why it is so effective. Your body will constantly be adapting and responding to the unexpected.

II.) "Functional movements"

Movements that transfer over into your everyday life. Examples include air squats, deadlift, clean and jerk, and many more. Just like a constantly varied workout routine will better prepare you for the demands of life, functional movements will help you move more efficiently and effectively on a day-to-day basis. 

III.) "High intensity"

When you step into the box, be prepared to work hard and get out of your comfort zone. While everyone should work at a high intensity, this is a relative term. What is "high intensity" for one person may not be equal to the level of intensity for another person, and that is OKAY. We want you to focus on the work YOU are putting in, and you will see results.

Bottom line: Intensity = RESULTS!