OUR GENERAL STRENGTH AND CONDITIONING PROGRAM
(Remember these are monthly fee’s and the prices reflect the small group classes with at least one of the professional CrossFit strength & conditioning coaches. These are in no way comparable to a $9.99 “Globo-Gym” price scene where you are just renting equipment and not held accountable to show!)
Why Personal Training? Your prescription for fitness is unique to you. Group solutions to individual needs are often inappropriate, unsafe and ineffective. Professional, competent and caring coaches don’t throw players onto the field before they are ready. The result of that would be injury and a very short career. We don’t want that and neither do you.
One on one training allows us to address your individual needs, deficiencies, weaknesses and injuries. Everybody works at a different pace and our goal is to keep you fit and injury free for life. We believe your relationship with your coach can and will enrich your life.
Spending time one on one with the same coach at the outset will set you up with the right relationship to truly guide you through this lifestyle change. For a variety of reasons, some clients choose a more private environment to continue their training. This can be a great option for people with schedules that don’t fit regular classes or who may be new to fitness and just need a little more attention and focus from the coach.
Pricing is per session/per person. Sessions can be booked from 1-4 people depending upon material to be covered and athlete levels.
What will be accomplished in PT? First and foremost, PT is about you as an individual, assessing where you are today, where you want to go and the best path to get you there (fitness). Our goal is not to throw you into an environment or program that is not right for you just so that we can say we have the biggest gym in town. This is about sustainable long-term results.
Your PT sessions will ensure that you have been properly and safely trained on the functional movements as they pertain to Crofton CrossFit. Learning proper form, range of motion, movement & strength progressions, scaling to ability, and intensity are all important to your success.
Some examples are: squatting variations, Olympic lifts such as the clean, jerk and snatch, deadlifts, presses, kettlebells, pull-ups, rowing and many, many more. In total you will learn 30-40 movements prior to graduation.
Your coach will come to understand any pre-hab/re-hab needs you have that can and will impact your ability to perform certain movements. Identifying your barriers to success in the body and mind and solving those problems can only be done individually.