About CrossFit

Our program delivers a fitness that is, by design, broad, general, and inclusive.
— Greg Glassman

No matter who you are, no matter what your current fitness level, CrossFit will help you reach the next level.

CrossFit incorporates aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, metabolic conditioning and bodyweight exercises performed at high intensity over short duration. We steer you away from using machines and turn you into one. Our workouts are developed to be adaptable and scalable to all fitness levels and abilities, including adaptive athletes and those working with injuries and illnesses.

Friendships, community and fun are integral to a sustainable fitness program. Our cooperative and competitive class environment provides motivation and camaraderie, keeping you involved and improving.

Is CrossFit right for you?

It's easy to feel intimidated by CrossFit if you've never been big into fitness, but the truth is, CrossFit is for everyone.

People of all fitness levels

Every workout can be scaled to meet the needs of everybody in the class, no matter if you haven't been to a gym since gym class, or if you're a professional athlete. We challenge you at whatever level you're on.

People who want fun in their workout

One of the fundamental concepts of CrossFit is constant variation in movements. The routine is no routine; you will not be bored.

People who have limited time

You don't need to spend 2 hours at the gym to get great results. Our classes are an hour long, short enough to fit into the busiest schedules.

People who want to look and feel strong

A byproduct of a CrossFit workout is that you feel like a superhero for the rest of the day. With perseverance and dedication, you start looking like one.

People who want a community

Our group classes are different than those you might find at a normal gym. Instead of exercising beside people who never know your name, we introduce ourselves, talk about our goals, cheer each other on, and develop friendships.

Explore the world of CrossFit

CrossFit.com
The mothership - a daily workout published, forums, videos, and more.

CrossFit Games
Rankings, scores, information, and athlete profiles for the CrossFit Games.

The CrossFit Journal
The CrossFit Journal is a chronicle of the empirically driven, clinically tested, and community developed CrossFit program.

A Beginner's Guide to CrossFit
Written by the founder of CrossFit, Greg Glassman.

CrossFit Exercises & Demos
CrossFit.com's instructional demo videos.

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