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Members must register for classes on-line. Cancellations for 6AM & 7AM classes must happen prior to 10PM the night before to ensure members bumped from the wait-list can plan their morning.
NO-SHOW POLICY If you Sign up…….SHOW UP!
Any member who no-shows a sold out class will lose their reservation privileges for one week. During that week you can still come to classes but you will not be able to reserve a spot. If you show up and the class is full, you will not be allowed to join the class.
All classes have a 4 hour cancellation policy. You must cancel online or through the app. No calls or emails will be accepted for cancellations.
Multiple reservations are not permitted. You may NOT sit on more than one reservation for a CrossFit class in a single day.
CrossFit Foundations - For new members
Group classes (max. 6 people). All new members must complete six CrossFit Foundations classes before starting the regular group training programs.
These classes will provide the skills necessary to bring you up to speed on the foundations of CrossFit; the form and technique of our movements, as well as an introduction to basic CrossFit methodology. We will teach you how to scale movements to your current ability while still challenging you.
You do not have to wait until the start of a training sequence; you can start any time.
Group classes (max. 12 people) based on CrossFit methodologies. Strength and conditioning principles combined with plyometric and gymnastic movements.
Every class is coached.
You can expect a dynamic warm-up, 10-20 minute strength/skill segment and a Workout of the Day (WOD).
Group classes (max. 12 people) combining Russian kettle bell movements with body weight exercises.
This class provides a fun and challenging alternative for athletes looking to increase their fitness levels. The unique nature of the kettle bell makes it an ideal addition to cardio routines, as well as strength and conditioning training.
Group classes (max. 10 people) The Snatch and Clean & Jerk are the two most complex lifts that commonly appear in CrossFit programming. Come to this dedicated class and learn how these explosive lifts improve athletic performance and everyday life. This class is suitable for all levels of ability.
Open Gym (max. 5 people) is a place for members who want to spend some extra time outside the normal classes to work on skills or movements of their choice. This is not a coached session, but a coach will be present. PLEASE remember that this is an added service that we are providing with NO ADDITIONAL COST.
Open Gym Etiquette
Open Gym time slots may be cancelled or changes at any time by the discretion of CrossFit Opus.
Members may show up no more than 10 minutes before the designated Open Gym time slot, and are not permitted to stay past the designated time slot to finish or complete what they are doing.
Open Gym members must always give priority of equipment and space to booked classes and PT sessions. Please talk to the Coach on duty for direction on what to use and where.
Many Open Gym times coincide with classes. Please be respectful of the coach on duty and their class. Do not drop barbells or make noise that would distract members or interfere with coaches teaching movements etc. Please do not use the Assault Air Bike during a class.
The Coach on duty has the right to stop any activity at any time.
Please keep the area clean and organized, and put away your equipment before you leave.
Group classes (max. 12 people) introducing the strongman movements and technique for atlas stones, tire flips, sled drags, etc.
Strongman movements help develop efficient movement patterns with inefficient loads. This leads to improved adaptation within the athlete.
Strongman training increases max efforts, while challenging the individual in an unconventional arena. Sometimes life doesn’t hand you a barbell!
Group classes (max. 12 people) designed to teach gymnastics movements commonly encountered in CrossFit.
We introduce the movements in a progression that allows you to develop at your own level, while always improving your form and fitness.
Looking to develop your handstand push up, get your first muscle up or become more efficient at pull ups? Start here!
Group classes (max. 12 people) in an Open Gym format, designed for the avid CrossFit athlete. We take on the longer and gnarlier workouts known as “The Girls” and “Heroes.” This is not a Coached class, although a Coach is always present.
CrossFit Kids & Teens
CrossFit Kids is a method for teaching CrossFit to children ages 3-18. Based on the principle of Mechanics, Consistency and then Intensity, CrossFit Kids emphasizes good movement throughout childhood and adolescence. Consistently good mechanics translates to physical literacy, enhanced sports performance and fewer sports injuries for kids.
CrossFit Kids is meant to be BIG fun for all ages. Every class includes a fun dynamic warm up, a skill development segment, Workout of the Day, and finishes with a Game.
We offer CrossFit Kids for ages 5-10, and CrossFit Teens for ages 11-15.
MOMMYFit is a Baby & Me Bootcamp style group class (maximum 10 people) designed with the Postpartum mom and new parent in mind. All components of our classes have low, medium and high intensity options to suit all fitness levels and abilities. In these classes we encourage you to bring your babies and toddlers. Exercising in the presence of your child at an early age can help establish positive physical activity habits. Plus, sometimes this is the only way mom can fit her exercise into a busy day!
Each class starts off with a social circle. Being a new parent is an exciting time, but it’s also a time when parents need a community to lean on. From here we get to it with a dynamic warm up, a skill/strength development session, and follow with a workout guaranteed to make you sweat. Our program is specifically designed to work with you postpartum to help improve posture, rebuild strength, while ensuring exercises are appropriate for those with diagnosed and suspected Diastasis Recti.