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$140monthly
  • WOD
  • Boot Camp
  • Barbell Club
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$119monthly
  • Military (Active, Reserve, Retired; Dependents Not Eligible)
  • Fire, Police, Full-Time Students, Family Members
  • *Full-Time students must be enrolled in a minimum of 12 units
  • **Must provide identification or class schedule to be eligible

Child Care

$40monthly
  • 1-2 Children
  • Unlimited

Child Care

$50monthly
  • 3 Children
  • Unlimited

Childcare

$60monthly
  • 4 Children
  • Unlimited

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

It is the “Workout of the Day.” This workout could be a benchmark or hero workout developed and described on the national site, or it could be a workout we have developed here. It is all part of the constantly varied philosophy of CrossFit.

We do welcome drop-ins if you have CrossFit experience and are a member at another affiliated CrossFit box. The cost is $20 per session or you can buy a shirt. Please give us a call before you come in. We look forward to meeting you.

Numerous members of ours have come through the doors with previous injuries or tweaks and found relief from the pain by strengthening the muscles around the problem area. All too often people neglect exercising their lower back due to fear of injury. Consequently, they end up deconditioned, weak and more susceptible to injury from minor mishaps. Participating in CrossFit will provide you a buffer so that you are less susceptible to these kinds of injuries. The movements and workouts are all completely scalable, allowing anyone to take part.

CrossFit.com provides excellent programming. At CrossFit 951, we take the same approach with constantly varied movements and workouts. We choose to offer workouts that may be more easily scaled in group settings and address some of the needs or desires of our community. You are guaranteed to have one day per week of heavy loading to help address strength demands. We also like to provide people with a longer workout each week so they can get their “endurance” bug fed. Another approach that we use is addressing weaknesses the gym may have as a whole. Things like overhead squats, olympic lifting, or basic technique with bodyweight movements. Our philosophy is the same as HQ (constantly varied, functional movements at high intensity), however we try to meet more specific needs of our community.

Yes, this is what we strongly believe in. More and more research shows that shorter duration and higher intensity workouts yield better results. The longer the effort, the lower the intensity. If you run 10 miles your intensity (power output) will be lower than if you run multiple 400 meter sprints. At CrossFit 951, we do occasionally program WODs that go beyond 30 minutes, but the majority of our workouts are shorter in duration.

Unlike men, women lack the hormones that build large, bulky muscles. Only very few women with a combination of a high calorie, high protein diet and heavy, daily weightlifting can actually achieve a bulky physique. Women participating in CrossFit can expect a lean and strong, but still feminine body. You can thank the muscle magazines for these persistent misconceptions, along with most people’s natural tendency to seek reasons to avoid hard physical exertion.

You can injure yourself doing any activity, but CrossFit is more safe than many activities people perform everyday. We like to work with people in three stages: Mechanics (learning how to do the movements with correct technique), Consistency (the ability to do the movements over and over again with safe and relatively efficient technique), and Intensity (the speed at which you do the movements). We always start with Mechanics and one does not come before the other.

This is a common misconception. The most elite athlete can come into the gym and find a workout challenging. You will never be “fit” enough. That’s why we are here and offer scaling options for each individual so that you can thrive in each workout on a personal level. Fitness is a lifelong journey…a journey that we all should strive to be on forever.

We actually cost a lot less than most fitness studios or personal training sessions. The average cost for a personal trainer is $60-75 an hour. At CrossFit 951 you will always have a coach with you. They will be teaching you the movements, demonstrating movements, giving nutritional advice, and pushing you to your limits. You are getting personal training in every class and joining a great community that makes working out fun and exciting. If you attend 3 classes per week you are looking at less than $12 per class which is well worth it!  

CrossFit is as hard as you make it. We encourage clients to push themselves to their limits. However, you have to be willing to put in hard work because it is up to you to make the most out of your workouts. We find that the biggest struggle for most people is the commitment to just get themselves to class. If you can consistently walk through our door, we will help you with the rest!

You could just follow us, but you would be missing out on the quality coaching that we provide. Most people can’t teach themselves the movements. Therefore, you are automatically making yourself more susceptible to injury and leveling off in your gains by trying to do this on your own. It is also infinitely more fun when you are encouraged and held accountable by a group of your peers. You will not have someone cheering you on in your basement or local gym, like you will at CrossFit 951. The accountability and community is unmatched.

CrossFit uses natural, functional movements so anybody can do it. Kids play on jungle gyms, run, jump, and throw which is exactly what we do at CrossFit 951. You are never too old to start working out! Remember, every workout is as hard as YOU make it and can be scaled or modified based on your individual needs.

No worries! The CrossFit model has been used and proven to help recruits not only pass the PT tests, but completely dominate them! Keep in mind that we offer discounted membership rates to all Fire, Police & Military personnel.

Please view our pricing information located here!

  • GPP: General Physical Preparedness, aka Fitness
  • MetCon: Metabolic Conditioning
  • Rep: Repetition. One performance of an exercise.
  • Set: A number of repetitions. For example, 3 sets of 10 reps often written as 3 x 1 0.
  • Rx’d: As Prescribed or As Written. WOD completed without any adjustments.
  • RM: Repetition Maximum. Your 1RM is the most you can lift in 1 rep. Your 10RM is the most you can lift in 10 reps.
  • PR: Personal Record
  • WOD: Workout of the Day
  • AMRAP: As Many Rounds or Reps as Possible
  • RFT: Rounds for Time
  • BP: Bench Press
  • BS: Back Squat
  • BW (or BWT): Body Weight
  • CFT: CrossFit Total. Consisting of 1RM Back Squat, Shoulder Press and Deadlift
  • C&J: Clean and Jerk
  • DL: Deadlift
  • FS: Front Squat
  • HSPU: Handstand Push-Up
  • KBS: Kettlebell Swing
  • K2E: Knees to Elbows
  • MU: Muscle-Up
  • OHS: Overhead Squat
  • PC: Power Clean
  • PP: Push Press
  • PU: Pull-Ups
  • SDHP: Sumo Deadlift High Pull
  • TGU: Turkish Get-up
  • T2B: Toes to Bar

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