CrossFit Group Classes
These are traditional CrossFit classes that include a skill-based warm-up, skill or strength training, the Workout of the Day (or “WOD”), and mobility work. The workouts can always be scaled so that new athletes can workout alongside veteran athletes. On some days, the WOD will be a 10-20 minute metabolic conditioning workout that combines several movements or exercises that are grouped into sets and either completed for time or in as many rounds a possible (“AMRAP”). On other days, the class will focus on a strength piece (like a 1 rep max deadlift) followed by a shorter metabolic conditioning “finisher” workout.
Our program efficiently combines the most effective training methods of Weightlifting, Gymnastics, and High Intensity Cardio. There isn’t a strength and conditioning program anywhere that works with a greater diversity of tools, modalities, and drills. The community aspect of CrossFit is our greatest strength. At Arbor CrossFit there are no ego’s, and no room for bad attitudes. Those type of people just don’t last here. We are supportive, positive, and eager to learn not just how to become fitter, but to become better people.
What are your goals? It is to lose bodyfat, and look better naked? Is it to become a better skier, and perform better at pickup basketball on Tuesday nights? Is it to compete in local competitions?
Each day at Arbor CrossFit, we want to track towards your specific goals. We can do that by tailoring each workout into two categories, each with a unique purpose: Fitness and Performance.
These tracks are entirely designed with the goal of the athlete in mind, and has absolutely no ties to individual ability level. Whether we are a new CrossFitter, or going on our 10th year of CrossFit, it is our individual goals that determine our track and not our abilities.
These subtle, yet important changes to each workout allow us to create the ideal training day for you, while keeping what we know and love, our exciting group classes, together. We actually were doing this before inside classes, and now it’s just a little more formal.