• CrossFit

  • Personal Training

CrossFit is defined as "constantly varied functional movements performed at relatively high intensity."

First, let’s begin with "constantly varied." CrossFit workouts (They're called WODs, as in workout of the day) change every day. Sometimes they are longer, sometimes shorter. Sometimes we program heavier weights; sometimes it's just body weight. Kind of like the demands of life. You never know what's coming.

Next, "functional movements," are movements which make you better at what life requires. We programme movements from different disciplines such as Endurance training, Gymnastics, Kettlebell training, Powerlifting, Olympic style weightlifting into our WODs. The movements we do activate numerous muscle groups, mimicking things you do in real life like squatting, lifting, pushing and pulling.

Last, "Performed at a relatively high intensity." CrossFit workouts are measured. They're either timed or we count reps (number of movements completed). The exercises in a WOD are completed as well and as fast as possible, helping you build a higher level of fitness, so you can watch yourself progress over time.

A note about safety. Some of the movements are complex, and every CrossFit workout will test you. That's why safety is every one of our coach's first priority.

Every WOD is scalable, so you'll always get a challenging workout, no matter your personal fitness level.

You can see the schedule for these classes in the Schedule and Fees section of our website.

(Courtesy of Brick New York)

Whether it's an individual program or a specific movement that you’re facing a problem with, our coaches offer personal sessions for you to tackle your requirements. You can either book just a session to understand concepts, movements that are challenging for you or ask for a tailor made programme to suit your needs.

Regardless of how many times you train, 1-on-1 sessions have their advantages.
  • Engage in workouts tailored specifically for you
  • Develop greater accountability
  • Build new skill sets
  • Set and achieve goals
  • Work within your schedule