Programs 2018-03-21T20:22:25+00:00



All new members, regardless of fitness level or athletic background, must attend our Fundamental Movements program. You will learn CrossFit’s basic fundamental movements while gaining knowledge of our philosophy and workout regimen. We emphasize athlete safety, building a community, and learning proper CrossFit terminology. We also assess individual movement patterns. Upon completion, you will have the basic tools and understanding of CrossFit and be on your way to achieving optimal health and fitness. Our Fundamental Movements program includes the following:

  • Personal one-on-one or small group training (max of 4 people)
  • Four 60 minute sessions (by appointment only)
  • New member packet
Why We Require This Introductory Program
Common Questions about Fundamental Movements


WOD means “Workout of the Day.” You can expect a structured hour long class that includes the following elements: group warm-up, skill or strength, conditioning (WOD), and cool down. These sessions are programmed in advance with total body fitness in mind. The principles of constantly varied, high intensity, functional movements are consistently applied. Emphasis is placed on the 10 components of fitness: cardiovascular / respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy. While every class pushes an individual to their limits, we offer various modifications and scaled versions of all the movements.  



The focus of Barbell Club is to improve the technical execution of Olympic and Power Lifts. You can expect to snatch, clean & jerk, deadlift, bench press & perform auxiliary exercises that will help improve those specific lifts. Do not expect to perform WODs during this class. The Barbell Club format is geared towards an intermediate level 951 CrossFitter. By our standard an intermediate level CrossFitter is someone who has attended our Fundamental Movements Program and has been CrossFitting for at least 6 months.



Boot Camp and WOD classes share similar movements. However, in the Boot Camp class you can expect less emphasis on barbells, no max effort lifts, higher repetitions, and longer workouts. You will be doing bodyweight movements, running, rowing, and jumping. You will also use slam balls, tires, kettlebells, dumbbells, TRX straps, and battle ropes. This list is not meant to be inclusive, rather it gives you an idea of the movements performed and equipment used during this class.



You sweat, we nanny!

We are family-oriented at CrossFit 951 and know how hard it can be for parents to figure out what to do with their kids while they workout. That is why we offer a convenient solution with qualified and experienced child care providers to watch your children while you get your sweat on. Our 951 Kids Club is located upstairs and offers approved movies, xbox, books, coloring, a chalkboard, and toys to keep your children occupied. We firmly believe that our children should grow up in an environment where health and fitness is a priority. When you are able to bring them with you, they see what this lifestyle looks like. Please check out our class schedule for available child care times.



Hatha yoga includes traditional postures, careful movements, breath, and mindfulness. Yoga allows you to slow down, identify and correct imbalances you may have in the body. Yoga will create opportunities for muscular strength, endurance and flexibility in desirable ranges of motion all while cleansing the body and calming the mind.


Sign Up Today!

Motivation is what gets you started. Commitment is what keeps you going.