We have a Free Intro Class every Saturday at Noon! Click the button below to register for an Intro Class on our Front Desk site, complete a digital waiver, and sign in to reserve your spot. Only 6 spots available per class! Must be pre-registered 24 hours in advance.
CrossFit Charlottesville has offered CrossFit classes for over 5 years. We’ve sent professional athletes to the CrossFit Games, turned couch potatoes into fitness buffs and worked with children as young as 6.
Our mission is to help people move better, feel better, get stronger, and come back every day because they genuinely enjoy the workouts and the results that they see. CROSSFIT WOD
C’ville Burn is our bootcamp-style program, which incorporates CrossFit elements without heavy barbell lifts and in longer format classes. C’VILLE BURN
C’ville Strength is dedicated to the olympic lifts and celebrating the unique effectiveness of using barbells to make people stronger. C’VILLE STRENGTH
Facility: Click Here for more pictures of our training facility
Compare value: We offer small group training led by certified instructors; our average member comes 3 or 4 times per week; our clients experience incredible results; and you begin a lifelong, social fitness journey. We provide so much more value when you experience results and the environment we’ve created. Visit our “Getting Started” page for pricing.
Years of Experience: Over 8 years training all types of clients
Class Schedule: 7 to 10 classes per day to fit any schedule
Program Variety: CrossFit, Olympic Weightlifting, Bootcamp
Training Staff: 15+ Trainers; 40+ Years Training Experience; 30+ Certifications Held
Open Gym Time: Open lifting during regular class times; Saturday make-up sessions
Competitive Wins: 5x CrossFit Games competitors; Many local wins
Intro Program: Optional Essentials classes for newer members
Nutrition Challenge: 7 Years Running; Over 100 Finishers!
Clean Pull + 2 High Hang Cleans Build to something heavy on the day for the complex. In the clean pull, the arms stay relaxed in extension, and do not pull the bar upward. Focus on speed and proper… Read More