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Intro Class and Foundations

Before folks can start up with our general Group Classes, everyone must complete a Foundations Cycle which brings newcomers up to speed with our movements and training philosophy.  Read below to learn more about getting started.

Step 1: Free Intro Class (Optional) 

Come to one of our free weekly Teaser Classes held on Sundays at 2:15pm. These classes are a great way to sample our programming style, training environment and coaching staff. A typical class will start with a group introduction, move through a comprehensive warm-up and then finish with a short Workout Of the Day (WOD). Afterwards, we'll have a chance to discuss how our gym works and address any questions you might have. The class lasts about an hour and fifteen minutes.  To sign up all you've got to do is RSVP here

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Step 2: Foundations

The Foundations program is where athletes-in-training go to learn the elements of CrossFit. All the major lifts and movements will be taught from scratch with an emphasis on technical proficiency. Basic homework assignments will also be assigned which will assist in your education and success within our Group Classes. We offer two different paths for Foundations, read below to see which is right for you.

Group Cycles

These cycles meet for a total of 6 classes over the course of 2-3 weeks and cost $250 per person.  Group cycles are appropriate for injury free individuals with basic athletic abilities. Each class will cover 2-3 new movements and then end with a short workout. Class size is limited to 4-6 people per cycle with 1-2 coaches per cycle.  To sign up, check out the times and dates for upcoming cycles located on our ONLINE STORE.  Simply register using one of the links and you'll be booked for your cycle.

Completion of all 6 classes is mandatory prior to being cleared for group classes.  Any missed class will need to be made up with either a half hour ($55) or a full hour ($75) Private Training session.

Private and Semi-Private Cycles

Want a more individualized approach? Private and Semi-Private Cycles are great for folks who want to start at their own pace, have existing orthopedic issues or simply can't make the scheduled Group Cycles. This 6 class cycle covers all the same information as the Group cycle however is individualized for your needs.  We also offer Semi-Private cycles if you and your spouse or a few friends want to complete a cycle together.  Contact us to schedule your cycle.

1 on 1 Private Foundations
Price: $500
Contact us to set up your 1 on 1

2 on 1 Semi-Private Foundations
Price: $420 per person
Contact us to set up your 1 on 2
*You must already have two interested participants to start this cycle

3 on 1 Semi-Private Foundations

Price: $330 per person
Contact us to set up your 1 on 3
*You must already have three interested participants to start this cycle

4+ on 1 Semi-Private Foundations
Price: $330 per person
Contact us to set up your 1 on 4
*You must already have four interested participants to start this cycle

*Upon completion of Foundations your instructor will advise you on moving forward with Group Classes out of the following options:

  1. Athlete demonstrates proficiency in the key lifts/movements and is cleared to join group classes.
  2. Athlete demonstrates some proficiency in the key lifts/movements but requires x number of additional Private Training sessions prior to being cleared for group classes.
  3. Athlete does not demonstrate proficiency in the key lifts/moments and/or has orthopedic or mobility limitations that require 1-1 Private Training sessions for an extended period of time.

Foundations Cancelation Policy:
*Cancelation of the Foundations course within 7 days of the course start will be assessed a $75 cancelation fee.
*Cancelation of the Foundations course within 48 hours from the course start is non-refundable.

Ever Wonder Why CrossFit Gyms Are So Expensive? 

Wonder no more! CFSBK's owner, David Osorio, wrote an article answering this question on his blog, Inside the Affiliate. Check out: "Why Are CrossFit Gyms So Expensive?"