- ON RAMP
- COMPETITION TEAM
- INTRODUCTION TO WEIGHTLIFTING
- OLYMPIC STYLE WEIGHTLIFTING
This 6-class beginner fundamentals course is for anyone new to CrossFit. This program will familiarize you with the movements we most frequently use in CrossFit. You will learn the essential skills of CrossFit including gymnastics, metabolic conditioning and barbell movements while moving through various workouts. This course will give you the knowledge and readiness to begin CrossFit and become a member here at CrossFit Fenway. On ramp is capped at 10 students to ensure a comfortable, safe and supportive environment. Here at CrossFit Fenway – On Ramp is required for anyone new to CrossFit.
Days: Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Time: 7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
One on One: A 3 class single participant version for $150.00
Two on One: A 3 class duel participant version for $200.00
Our CrossFit classes consist of constantly varied, functional movements performed at relatively high intensity. Each WOD (Workout Of the Day) is one-hour long and consists of 4 essential components – Warm Up, Skill, Metabolic Conditioning, Cool Down.
INTRODUCTION TO WEIGHTLIFTING
OLYMPIC STYLE WEIGHTLIFTING
This 90 minute class is designed for athletes who are looking to improve their performance and fitness in endurance based sports including CrossFit workouts. This class will coach athletes and provide them with guidance and nutrition advice to help them achieve their individual needs. If you are involved in endurance sports (running, triathlons, biking, Spartan Races, etc…) or want to be, this class will be a great addition to your current CrossFit routine.
Under the CrossFit Endurance Method, athletes can expect the following:
- Sustained or improved performance while running fewer miles overall.
- Reduced injury risk as “junk” mileage is replaced with functional fitness workouts that train the same energy systems.
- Increased explosive power and speed.
- Less damage to mobility and range of motion through incorporating workouts that improve range of motion in the joints and muscle tissues.
- Increased production of human growth hormone, which helps counter the natural loss of muscle mass that comes with age.
- Revved-up fat-burning metabolism to burn excess body fat.
- Improved coordination of upper- and lower-body muscle groups through the inclusion of compound movements in training.
- Better race performance through greater strength, improved form, and greater running efficiency.