CrossFit Charlottesville’s 2 Month New Member Special!
CrossFit Charlottesville is offering a 2 month, prepaid membership for new members for $199! This membership gives you unlimited access to all of our amazing class offerings at CrossFit Charlottesville, including C’ville Strength and C’ville Burn. Capture this opportunity for the best gym experience of your life. Get results, experience fun, and come see why we’re the best gym if you care about changing your life. This deal is good for purchase from February 25 to March 25, 2014!
Purchase Online or In Person!
You can either purchase the 2 Month Special online or in person at the gym (see our hours here). Follow the link here to purchase online:
*This deal can be purchased any time before March 25, 2014. Your 2 Month Membership begins on the date of purchase. All sales are final. If you want to check out our gym or get more information regarding the membership special, please come in for a free intro class to speak to a trainer, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (434) 260-0209. This membership special applies to new members only, and cannot be combined with other discounts or offers.
Why Choose CrossFit Charlottesville? Plus Intro Class Hours
We provide incredible value when you experience results and the environment we’ve created. CrossFit Charlottesville has a staff of 18 trainers with 40+ years combined experience and 30+ certifications held, and we’ve been in operation for almost 5 years; our experience is unmatched in Charlottesville. We offer CrossFit, Olympic Weightlifting (C’ville Strength), and Bootcamp classes (C’ville Burn), so there is something for everyone. Come check out our facility during one of our Free Intro Classes and try it for yourself before purchasing this awesome membership special:
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CrossFit can be intimidating, but what it’s really about is helping you achieve your personal goals through a social gym experience and Charlottesville’s most effective training methodology. This is why we are offering a free 2 Week Trial to anyone looking to try out one of our Free Intro Classes to see what we can do for you.
Call us at 434-260-0209 or email us at email@example.com if you want to learn more.
We’ve been around for almost 5 years now and changed the lives of hundreds of people of all shapes, sizes and goals. Learn a little but more about us, then join one of our free intro time slots.
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Why Choose CrossFit Charlottesville?
We’re a results-oriented community, but we provide so much more value than your typical gym experience. So why choose CrossFit? More importantly, why choose us?
Years of Experience: Over 4 years training all types of clients
Class Schedule: 7 to 10 classes per day to fit any schedule
Transparent Pricing: Everything is included in your membership. No signup fees. No increase in prices, ever. You don’t pay extra for different class types.
Program Variety: CrossFit, Olympic Weightlifting, Bootcamp
Training Staff: 18 Trainers; 40+ Years Training Experience; 30+ Certifications Held
Open Gym Time: Open lifting during regular class times; Saturday make-up sessions
Competitive Wins: 4x CrossFit Games competitors; Many local wins
Intro Program: Optional Essentials classes for newer members
Nutrition Challenge: 4 Years Running; Over 100 Finishers!
Facility: 5,000 Square Feet; Best in class
Ask about the 2-WEEK FREE TRIAL if you come to one of our free intro classes. Either show up unannounced during those time a few minutes early, call us at 434-260-0209, or send us an email and we’ll make sure you experience the most awesome, results-based approach to your fitness goals.
We offer FREE Intro classes every week:
- Tuesday at 6:15PM
- Thursday at 6:15PM
- Saturday at Noon
My energy is much more predictable and sustained throughout the day
It has been a wonderful exercise to jumpstart self-awareness, preparation, and “kind discipline.”
My clothes fit better, specifically around my midsection.
I noticed improved strength in my core as well as my upper body.
But very quickly after changing my diet, maybe a week or two, I was amazed at how good I slept.
The challenge really opened my eyes to how much change can come from cutting out those last few cheat items, especially gluten.
Congratulations to everyone who participated in the Fall 2013 Nutrition Challenge! This was our eighth Nutrition Challenge, and you can find past results here:
- Nutrition Challenge #1
- Nutrition Challenge #2
- Nutrition Challenge #3
- Nutrition Challenge #4
- Nutrition Challenge #5
- Nutrition Challenge #6
- Nutrition Challenge #7
Below you will find before and after photos and testimonials from those who completed all eight weeks of our Nutrition Challenge this fall. Chris and I are really proud of the hard work you put in, and I’m glad that we were able to finish this challenge together prior to him moving up to Northern Virginia. Most importantly, big congratulations go out to Linde and Kelly for winning the Fall 2013 Nutrition Challenge! They did a great job sticking to the guidelines of the challenge, achieved measurable body composition changes, but also created new sustainable lifestyle habits now that the challenge is over. Again, congrats to everyone that participated, and we hope that everything you learned during the challenge will enrich your life going forward.
I lost 13 pounds from Day 1 to Day 60. Nine of those pounds were lost after the BodPod measurement, which really motivated me to change my body composition because it gave me a very specific breakdown of % body fat, rather than just a number on a scale. I do not have my measurements about leaning out, but my clothes fit better, I am squatting and lifting more than I did 2 months ago, and I look and feel tighter, especially around the leg area.
Before doing this challenge, I napped at least an hour every single day, and I had serious issues with my sleeping habits. Once I settled into the challenge, Chris pushed me to track my sleep cycle and meal times, which really transformed the ways I gained and expended energy. Because my energy reboots come more rhythmically now with a better sleep cycle and better eating habits, I feel like my energy is much more predictable and sustained throughout the day. I was told years ago that I was hypoglycemic, and I always had what I called “hypo dives” throughout the day, where I’d be exhausted and light headed until I consumed carbs or sugar. Now, that is completely gone; I cannot emphasize how much of a change that is for my daily routine.
I do know that my thruster has increased by 10 lbs; that I grab the 25 lb kettlebell instead of the 15 now; that I can squat 25 more pounds; and that I have moved from ALWAYS being the last runner back to SOMETIMES being the last runner back. I also have moved to completing the higher level of workouts, which is in part due to getting used to CrossFit… but I bet I can also thank this challenge. And I can actually do a push up now!
I’ll be the first to admit that I wear yoga pants 99% (ok, 99.99%) of the time, which are quite forgiving, but just the other day I had to go shopping for a dress because I did not have one to wear for a function I was invited to. I went from a tight medium (especially around the arms and lower stomach) to a comfortable small in a similar style/fit of dress. I can also fit back into the size 6 jeans I have, where before the challenge I was at a tight 8. I was most excited when I could confidently ask my grandma for size small sweaters when she called me before Grandma’s Christmas Shopping Week this year (rather than nervously requesting smalls or mediums and hoping for gift receipts)!
I talked earlier about the “hypo-dive” disappearance already. Beyond that, I wouldn’t say that I feel profoundly more energetic. I do feel less lethargic, though. And I feel more stable (less hyper/lazy cycles). Mentally, I have experienced more profound benefits. I have completely changed my relationship with my body, and my mind has definitely noticed. I started practicing a sort of “kind discipline” with myself, rather than indulging or bullying myself constantly about my food intake and my weight and my insanely unsustainable workout cycle. I read the Primal Blueprint throughout this challenge, and it guided me to a more natural (and pleasant) way to live healthily, including eating Paleo. My mind feels a lot more in “calm control,” much less anxious and less “grabby” than I used to feel when I sought control.
I had only been doing CrossFit for a few weeks when the challenged started, so I was nervous about getting through the workouts. Also, I started the challenge as a vegetarian, which made me not even want to attend the info meeting. This challenge was a huge shift for me, and it taught me how to get good sources of protein and rely less on carbohydrates and sugar for quick surges of energy. I shifted completely from a vegetarian to a pescetarian during this challenge, and I am going to continue eating and living this way because I love the way it makes me feel. I had to experiment way more than I wanted; there were many days where I was literally dozens of grams under my protein intake goal; and I wanted to eat my hand off the first two weeks. But it was amazing how my body adjusted and began thanking itself for it: deeper sleep, cleaner skin, calmer mind, sustained energy, and so on. I am so happy that I went out on a limb, had some grace with myself so that I didn’t give up completely when I cheated and ate 3 cookies a few weeks ago, and never stopped experimenting and reflecting on the manifestations of healthy eating on my body and in my mind. I have learned that this is a process, which is a hard thing for me to accept, but it has been a wonderful exercise to jumpstart self-awareness, preparation, and “kind discipline.”
This nutrition challenge helped me adopt habits that have helped me feel more balanced in terms of my health and wellness. I began the challenge having only attended a free intro crossfit class, and was a nervous beginner. The crossfit staff and members were very welcoming and offered coaching and advice with each workout. I attended the gym 2x/wk, and ran several miles at home 3x/wk which I was doing at baseline. With crossfit I quickly noticed that at work I no longer felt as fatigued during my 12hr nursing shift. I noticed improved strength in my core as well as my upper body.
Following a paleo diet has helped me learn to consume more protein and less carbohydrate in a ratio that best supports my personal activity habits, so I no longer experience sharp drops in blood sugar, and I now rarely crave sugary foods. I feel I have increased muscle tone and have improved posture. My clothes fit better, specifically around my midsection. My favorite part about crossfit, however, is the sense of feeling powerful after completing a workout. Most of the workouts included something I had never done before, and never would have otherwise attempted, and I appreciate the nudge out of my comfort zone that crossfit so consistently provides : )
I lost 3.3 pounds (I don’t know how much I leaned out). This is my second nutrition challenge and it was definitely a different experience than the first. In some ways, I felt less committed and if I had to grade myself on it I’d give myself a low grade. We (my boyfriend and I) both did the challenge together and it was good for both of us to see how I needed to eat much differently than he. It gave us a chance to consciously modify some of our daily behavior – like, how we grocery shop, how we pack each others’ lunches and how we spend our evenings. I wasn’t particularly good at logging my food after the first week, social situations – which seemed to be in abundance this fall – were full of temptation to which I succumbed, and I grew inconsistent with workouts almost like I psyched myself out or maxed out my own mental bandwidth. But looking at it from a wider view, in this time a few deeper level things really started to unravel.
At the same time I was taking the 8-week Mindfulness Based Stress Reduction course which helped me start to face some of the emotions I have had wrapped up in my relationship to food. Instead of mentally leaning on “only the best” specialty foods or specialty snacks to get me through at the expense of any other personal commitment, like a groceries budget, I opted to take the slow path. I needed to be cultivating a little more of the bigger picture view – allowing for imperfections and healthy mental talk on the back end. Where I noticeably self-sabotaged, I practiced self-compassion instead of striving for perfect paleo. And it was really hard, but with a little encouragement from Chris, started to pause before meals with more consistency (another important place to practice compassion). In the end my ego would have liked for me to have lost more weight and be able to report a great new physical feat, but I know that slowly crafting a lifestyle that is sustainable and loving is more important in the long term. So, that’s what I started to do. It’s a process.
I ended up losing between 2-3 pounds. Though I don’t yet have the official Bod Pod measurements, I’m estimating that my Fat % decreased by about 1-2%.
Energy level definitely increased and overall workout performance improved as well. The diet complimented what I what I was able to do in the gym really well.
How many dress and / or pant sizes have you lost?
No changes at all! Which is important because one of my main goals going into the Challenge was not to have to buy new clothes at the end.
The challenge in some ways was a tale of two stories. During the first month I completely abstained from both coffee and sugar and felt phenomenal. I was pretty strict in my diet and was able to hit my ideal macro nutrient targets most days. By the end of the first 30 days I was at my peak for the entire year in terms of physical energy and stamina and experienced a high level of mental acuity. During the final 30 days I was absent from the gym for about 3 weeks as both nursed a cold and rested a strained muscle. Coffee and sugar crept back into the diet fairly regularly however my mental and physical energy still remained relatively high considering the circumstances.
I participated in the Challenge alongside my girlfriend, Heather Hightower, who took part in the Spring ’13 nutrition challenge. She ended up being the one who planted the seed that led me to Crossfit and eventually the fall nutrition challenge. My goals of the nutrition challenge were twofold: increase my own overall health and well being and be supportive of Heather as she sought the same. So it became not only an exercise in increasing physical and mental health but a relationship building exercise as well. The benefits I received from the challenge were immeasurable given their qualitative and subjective nature, but no matter how you boil it down it was a win/win. Chris and Scott offered excellent guidance and support along the way and I’d recommend the challenge to any individuals or couples who are curious about taking the paleo plunge.
I lost 6 lbs and about an inch off my waist. I wasn’t trying to lose very much weight so I was satisfied with that. I think I’ve leaned out some in my abdomen, still have a little ways to go but I’m happy with my results after only 8 weeks. I’m not a crossfit member, so I didn’t do the crossfit workouts for this challenge. I did, however, change my routine from just running every day to lifting weights with the help of my boyfriend. I definitely like the results I’m seeing from that along with the diet change. I had hit a wall when I was only running with the occasional ab workout.
I feel great throughout the day. I don’t feel the need to take a nap after getting up at 5:30for work. I definitely have more energy and less moodiness.
One of the best things I noticed about this challenge was how I was able to sleep through the night. This probably helped with my energy level as well. I have NEVER been able to sleep through the night without waking up three or more times. Before this challenge, I honestly couldn’t remember the last time I slept all the way through the night. But very quickly after changing my diet, maybe a week or two, I was amazed at how good I slept. Very exciting. A reason all in itself to continue with this lifestyle change.
The nutrition challenge wasn’t easy but I definitely learned a lot about fueling my body. I definitely noticed that I had more energy during the day. I didn’t limit my caffeine intake but the longer I followed the challenge the less I felt I needed it. Before the challenge I pretty much relied on my cup of coffee in the morning but during the challenge I grew not to need it at all. In terms of workout performance, I don’t really have a base point. I started working out with CrossFit only a few weeks before I started the nutrition challenge. I felt a little increase in stamina but I’m not sure how much of that was due to the new diet and how much of it was a result from just getting into a 3 times a week intensive workout regimen.
My dress/pant size didn’t drop but I went from most of my pants fitting tightly to them being comfortable and even a bit loose.
My energy level definitely increased from eating clean. My mental energy was better in the fact that I felt more alert during the day. I also felt an improvement in my physical energy. I felt like my body was stronger and didn’t tire as quickly.
Overall, this nutrition challenge taught me a lot about how my body functions in response to the food I eat. I will definitely try to incorporate clean eating into my everyday life from here on out.
I lost about two pounds. I have leaned out a bit but overall just feel healthier and fitter.
I have much more energy and no problems with my stomach or headaches that I am accustom to. My workouts seem to have improved and I feel more energized and have increased endurance.
I have not noticed an entire pant/dress size loss although all of my clothes do fit better.
My energy levels have certainly increased. I sleep much better throughout the night whereas before I had serious sleeping issues. Mentally, I feel more alert and productive.
I was inconsistently paleo before this challenge for about a year. The challenge really opened my eyes to how much change can come from cutting out those last few cheat items, especially gluten. I have an incredibly sensitive stomach however it has not been upset once since starting the challenge. The biggest change for me though is definitely my sleep. I was a huge insomniac through high school and college and rarely ever slept a full eight hours straight. Now I have an awesome sleeping schedule and feel much more rested from the sleep I do get. I have been tracking my sleep cycles with a free app called Sleep Cycle.
CrossFit Charlottesville’s 2014 Holiday Special!
CrossFit Charlottesville is offering a 3 month, prepaid membership for only $299, and you have until the New Year to get this awesome deal! This membership gives you unlimited access to all of our amazing class offerings at CrossFit Charlottesville, including C’ville Strength and C’ville Burn. Capture this opportunity for the best gym experience of your life. Get results, experience fun, and come see why we’re the best gym if you care about changing your life. This membership special applies to new members only, and cannot be combined with other discounts or offers.
Purchase Online or In Person!
Our 2014 Holiday Special at CrossFit Charlottesville would make a perfect gift for a friend or loved one. You can either purchase the Holiday Special online or in person. Follow the link here to purchase online:
*This deal must be purchased before January 1, 2014. Upon purchasing the special, you can begin your 3 month membership at any time. All sales are final. For more information regarding the membership special, please come in for a free intro class during one of the times listed above to speak to a trainer, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (434) 260-0209.
Why Choose CrossFit Charlottesville?
We provide incredible value when you experience results and the environment we’ve created. CrossFit Charlottesville has a staff of 18 trainers with 40+ years combined experience and 30+ certifications held, and we’ve been in operation for over 4 years; our experience is unmatched in Charlottesville. We offer CrossFit, Olympic Weightlifting (C’ville Strength), and Bootcamp classes (C’ville Burn), so there is something for everyone. Come check out our facility during one of our Free Intro Classes and try it for yourself before purchasing our 2014 Holiday Special:
Holiday Schedule Updates
If you weren’t able to make it to the EOY/Holiday Party, below are the awards that were given out. Congrats to the winners! And thank you to everyone who came to the party and showed your support. See you at the gym!
|Award||Winner 1||Winner 2||Winner 3|
|Most Improved Male||Cory Teitelbaum||David Haslup|
|Most Improved Female||Lauren Biwer||Emma Palmerton|
|Best Trainer||Joe Walpole|
|Best New Trainer||Jess Fink|
|Athlete of the Year||Aaron Colton|
|Best Attitude||Pam Finney|
|Biggest Motivator||James Robinson|
|Hardest Worker/Most Dedicated||Melinda Clark|
|Best Form (C’ville Strength)||Kim Rolla||Erin Kennedy|
|Best Lifter by Coefficient (C’ville Strength)||Alan Sung|
|“Lex Walpole” Perfect Attendance||Anna Navatsyk|
|Consistency Award||David Landry|
|Paleo Challenge Fall 2013 Winner||Linde Groover||Kelly McGee|
|Youth Achievement Award||Karlis Povisils||Soren Povisils||Luke Roberts|
|Rising Star Award||Shirley Terrell|
|Boss Hog Award||Stefan Bozik|
|Most Likely to Workout in Jeans||Baron Schwartz|
|Gym Couple of the Year||Chris and Roxanne|
|Honeybadger Award||Jess Achenbach||Andy McGinty|
|Most Inquisitive||Simon Alexander|
|Most Likely to be Recruited by Circus||Thomas Anderson|
|Most Likely to do More Pull-ups||Bob Hammell|
|Jason Glaw Mobility Award||Brice Craig|
|Most Likely to Max Out… Again||Chris Fredmonski|
|Most “Zen” About Workouts||Heather Hightower|
|Chatter Box||Kim Nagle|
|Biggest “Burner” Award (C’ville Burn)||Al Quist|
|Gym Comedian||Tate Pray|
|Most Burpees Owed for Being Late to Class||Dennis Doran|
Hey everyone, we’re going to be bringing the recipe page back to life and we’re hoping to get submissions and feedback from all members and trainers. At a minimum I will be updating the recipe page every other week, with my own recipes and recipes from around the web that I think are notable and should be brought to our community. If we receive recipe submissions I’ll be able to make posts more frequently.
On that note, submitting a recipe is really easy! Just write up a description and the recipe (including a picture of the dish is optional, but encouraged) and email it to me: Joe@crossfitcharlottesville.com. If you’re using a recipe from a published website or text, please include some citation information so that we’re able to give credit and link to the recipe originators. Feel free to add your own thoughts on a recipe, including tweaks or changes that you’ve made to improve or “paleo-ify” the original.
As for the types of recipes and posts, this will be tailored to an athletic diet, focusing (but not limited to) paleo items. However, we have a diverse community and would like to make this a useful resource for everyone, so feel free to submit anything pertaining to your own dietary style or training goals. I would also be happy to include posts on food preparation and presentation, again in an effort to educate and share within our community of CrossFit athletes.
I want to emphasize that this is a resource and tool to share culinary advice to everyone in our community. Making changes to diet can be the most challenging aspect of body recomposition (weight loss/gain, adipose to muscle conversion, etc.), and sharing tips and recipes among each other will hopefully assist in everyone’s endeavors to reach their own training goals. Food is meant to be enjoyed, so let’s strive to have fun in the kitchen with fresh, healthy recipes that reflect our shared active lifestyle.
Have fun and happy cooking!
At CrossFit Charlottesville our goal is to provide you with challenging workouts, expert coaching and guidance, specialized programs (C’ville Strength, C’ville Burn, Youth Training), and most importantly the ability and tools to become a better version of yourself. The fitness that you gain in the gym should apply to your activities and life outside of the gym as well. What are you doing to use your fitness? What is your CrossFit or strength training helping you to achieve?
Maybe you want to compete in your first CrossFit competition, complete a Tough Mudder, get back on your mountain bike, gain strength and flexibility to be better in jiu-jitsu, or just keep up with your kids. You lift, run, sweat, and strain in the gym, putting in the time day in and day out to be better. The value you get from CrossFit is unparalleled, so get out there and use what you’ve gained! Please feel free to share in the comments how YOU are using your fitness.
For your information, here are some upcoming events and happenings around the gym. You can always check the cork board near the bathrooms for information on races and events around the area.
Do people want to get a team together and represent CrossFit Charlottesville at the Warrior Dash at the end of the month? Contact Scott and we can see about getting a group discount if you we can get enough people to sign up. Registration for the event closes September 24.
Trail Run Fun
Please contact Scott if you are interested in running the Blue Ridge Burn Trail Run on October 12. Last year we had a great turnout for the race, and it will be a lot of fun this year! There’s a discount if we get a team of 10 or more to sign up, and there’s always the option for a nice post-race beer at Devil’s Backbone. See the flyer here or visit their website for more information: BURN_runningclubflyer.
Stay tuned to our Facebook and website for details on the upcoming Fall Nutrition Challenge – this will be our Eighth Challenge! We are planning to hold the kickoff sometime around September 20 (either Friday or Saturday). You can still participate even if that weekend poses a conflict. More info to come.
Foam Rolling Clinic
Mark your calendars, because our friends at the Airrosti Rehab Center are holding a clinic at our gym on how to properly use a foam roller. The date for the clinic is tentatively set for the end of this month – September 28 at 9am! What better way to get warmed up for your Saturday morning workout or jump start your weekend with some mobility work. Please contact Scott if you are interested in attending or have any questions.
The question isn’t can you? It’s will you?
We have answered the call, and we are here to provide you with the high intensity workout you want without the heavy lifting. Introducing C’ville Burn!, our newest program at CrossFit Charlottesville.
To provide you with a workout that gives you the conditioning and high intensity of CrossFit without the heavy lifting. You can expect a realistic approach to fitness where you’ll be exposed to a variety of dynamic exercises and functional movements.
Who can join?
Anyone! There is no pre-requisite to join. If you are motivated, have been intrigued by CrossFit, and just want to kick start your overall fitness, then this program is for you. The workout is tailored to your needs, so beginners and advanced fitness athletes alike will experience a great workout! Try your first class for free by emailing email@example.com or calling (434) 260-0209 to schedule your trial session.
CrossFit Charlottesville, located at 1309 Belleview Ave off of River Road. 2 showers, filtered drinking water, and cubbies for your stuff at the gym.
Classes start August 2, and will be held each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday from 7-8am.
Classes are 1 hour long and led by one of our experience CrossFit trainers. Classes begin with a group warm up and movement instruction specific to the workout for that day. Expect longer sessions where we ramp up the intensity and employ running, rowing, plyometrics, core strengthening movements, kettlebells, slamballs, dumbbells and lots more to give you a functional workout and get you in awesome shape. Classes will end with a cool-down or core circuit.
$99 for one month if you are not a current member of CrossFit Charlottesville. It is FREE to members with a regular CrossFit membership. If you are a member and want to try it out, please email firstname.lastname@example.org before getting started.
How do I sign up?
There a few different ways to get started:
- You can purchase a one month membership through our online registration system, Mindbody. All transactions are non-refundable. Click Here to Register.
- Stop by our awesome location to get signed up in person
- Email email@example.com or call (434) 260-0209 to schedule a free session to try it out before signing up!
If you are a current member of CrossFit Charlottesville’s regular CrossFit membership, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (434) 260-0209 if you are interested in learning more about the program. We do not recommend that you combine this program with our regular daily WOD, but we can help address any questions or concerns you might have.
Do you want to kick start your fitness journey and work towards becoming the best you? If the answer is yes, then you need to check out this program.
If you have any other questions contact email@example.com or call (434)-260-0209.
CrossFit Charlottesville Introduces Our Youth Training Program!
Why Should You Try Our Program?
We empower youth to become successful leaders by building confidence through movement and teamwork
We provide a fun, safe, and positive learning environment
We promote the importance of health and fitness for a lifetime
What is the Youth Training Program?
We have had great success with past Youth Training Programs and look forward to re-introducing this program at our new space! Classes are geared toward children (ages 5+) of any athletic background – from exploratory to novice to student athlete – and focus on having fun while doing child-friendly exercises.
Raptors – (ages 5-10) Safety, discipline, and teamwork are emphasized while learning proper mechanics of bodyweight movements. Spatial awareness and coordination are developed through games and direct instruction, offering a fun and engaging experience for the development of mind and body.
T-Rexes – (ages 11+) In addition to safety, discipline, and teamwork, T-Rexes learn proper technique to develop fundamental weightlifting movements and participate in more complex movements and workouts. Great option for off-season training, building extra endurance, or simply trying something new.
Whether your child is looking to have an extra “recess” or seeks to improve his or her competitive sports performance, CrossFit Charlottesville’s Youth Training Programs are an excellent all-around fitness choice. Our primary goal is to help your children develop a lifelong passion for fitness through a variety of skills and movements in a safe and engaging learning environment.
What Can my Child Look Forward to?
Twice-weekly classes featuring:
“Skills of the Week”
Education on proper movement
Fun classes and new friends
Who is the Trainer?
Jessalyn Fink will be leading the program, and comes to us with 3 years of CrossFit experience, as well as a background in classroom teaching and coaching. Her personal athletic background includes competitive gymnastics, dance, and swimming, the latter of which she has over 5 years experience coaching. She is enthusiastic, energetic, and looks forward to providing a fun, meaningful experience for each participant!
What is the Cost?
Raptors: The cost for this program is $149 for 3 Months or $59 for 1 month. There is an additional discount if you sign up more than one child for either group.
T-Rexes: The cost for this class is $199 for 3 Months or $79 for 1 Month. There is an additional discount if you sign up more than one child for either group.
For information on how to sign up, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (434)-260-0209.
When do Classes Meet?
Classes meet 2x per week, and run anywhere from 30-45 minutes depending on the size of the class and age group of the participants. Below are the class times for each group:
Raptors: Tuesday 4:15 – 4:45PM, Thursday 4:15 – 4:45PM
T-Rexes: Tuesday 5 – 5:45PM, Thursday 5 – 5:45PM
Please email email@example.com or call (434)-260-0209 if you are interested or have any questions!