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New to CrossFit? Been away for awhile? The Level 1 classes are the place to begin your CrossFit journey. The Level 1 classes are held five days a week at various times. In these classes you will learn how to perform the foundational CrossFit movements safely and successfully. You will learn more about the CrossFit […]
Constantly varied, high intensity, functional movement across broad time and modal domains. This is the premier class offered at CFHF. Once an understanding of the foundational movements has been developed, all athletes from scaled to intermediate to elite are encouraged to attend. All workouts are still scalable and easily modified. In this class we spend […]
High Five X (HFX): High Five X is our high intensity interval training program based on CrossFit methodology. Classes last 55 minutes with a dynamic warmup, workout and cool down. High Five X focuses more on metabolic or cardiovascular conditioning than overall strength training. We incorporate a system of low load, high interval programming to build […]
“I’ll sleep when I’m dead.” -No one for long. I’m going to jump right into this post, piggybacking off of last week’s blog about rest days. Some people have asked about how to know if you need a rest day or not. Over training can hit people differently, but there are some indicators that are […]
Hey High Five! This is a big topic today, something worth internalizing if we like being healthy and strong and want to keep it going at any age. Coming to the box and working out with your friends is awesome. Hitting PR’s is awesome. Learning new skills like pull ups is awesome. All of these […]
“You are amazing just the way you are. And there is always room for improvement.” There are endless articles, magazines, and sound bites about what is and is not perceived to be attractive/healthy in what circumstances and how we should think about ourselves relative to other people, but the thing that really interests me is […]