A typical CrossFit Class consists of three elements:


Strength and

the Workout Of the Day (WOD).

During the Warm-up, we make sure that we get our heart rate and blood circulation going. We want our whole body to be nicely warm and focus on the muscle groups that we are going to use during the Strength part and WOD especially.

The Strength part is characterized by fewer numbers of repetitions with a rather high weight. We focus on a specific movement that is essential for our performance during the following workout.

The WOD has no typical time frame or focus. It can contain any movement of our common exercises. In general, CrossFit includes 10 popular fitness areas: strength endurance, endurance, mobility, performance, strength, speed, coordination, agility, balance, and precision.