CrossFit is constantly varied functional movements performed in high intensity. CrossFit workouts or W.O.Ds (Workout of the day) are different everyday, the movements involved are natural and that of which you can apply in your everyday routine, whether lifting, pulling, jumping, pushing, you name it. The concept of high intensity is dictated by the time allotted for the workout or the said amount of repetitions to be executed as fast as the athlete/student can.


A typical class would consist of three parts, namely the Skill, Strength, and MetCon.

Skill consists of practices in weight lifting, kettle bell and medicine ball training as well as basic to advanced gymnastics. Skill through gymnastics and through weightlifting gives students/athletes the chance to learn and polish their skill in the said field. This prepares the athletes or students to properly execute the movements that will be tackled in the W.O.D.

You then move on to Strength development, which involves dead lifts, squats and presses. Strength provides the students/athletes the chance to go through a series of strength cycles that will help improve the force applied by the set of muscular units that are usually activated during W.O.D.s.

Metabolic conditioning, also known as MetCon, is a method of training that involves a very high work rate designed to burn calories. MetCon is basically a set amount of movements and repetitions which is given a certain amount of time to accomplish, for some instances there will be team and partner W.O.Ds and workouts that have a set time wherein which athletes/students will be tasked to do A.M.R.A.P. which means “as many reps as possible”.

This class is for anyone who aspires to be stronger, faster, leaner and fitter.

W.O.D usually lasts 30 minutes to an hour depending on the movements that will be tackled in the workout. A class runs with briefing, warm up, stretching, the actual workout and if time permits core work and cool down.

You get to be the best version of yourself in terms of fitness.

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