CrossFit Canton is a school of fitness and it is going to look a lot different than group aerobics, group bodypump, bootcamp or any other group exercise class. We need to ensure that you are both competent in the CrossFit movements and fit enough to safely join group classes.
With that in mind, you will start off by completing 3-10 one-on-one private training sessions, where you will be coached by an instructor as well as their apprentice coaches. The coaches at CrossFit Canton come from diverse athletic backgrounds and experience, but they all have one thing in common, they care. During your personal training sessions (the number depends on your personal fitness level and physical abilities), you will become familiar with the CrossFit movements (30-40 movements), things like Olympic weightlifting, power lifting, gymnastics, and rowing. You will also learn about mobility, injury prevention, and nutrition.
The purpose of doing personal training prior to group classes is three-fold
CrossFit is incredibly technical – it’s like learning an entirely new sport – so the same way you wouldn’t throw someone off the street onto the Varsity swimming team, we don’t throw people who have never done clean and jerks, snatches, pull ups, and rope climbs right into the intimidating fire of group classes. Instead, we take the time to properly teach you the movements so you’re confident and safe in your abilities by the time you begin group classes.
One-on-one personal training allows us to address your individual needs, deficiencies, weaknesses, and injuries. Everybody needs to work at a different pace and we want to keep you injury-free to increase your longevity.
We believe relationships with the people around you are going to enrich your life, and your relationship with your coach is no exception. We want to get to know you, your fitness goals, what’s going on in your life, and what you need from us to help you succeed. After your Intro Session and your 3-10 private sessions are complete, we’ll re-evaluate (evaluation is based on proven benchmarks) and decide together how many more sessions you will need (most often 3-10) in order to reach our graduation requirements.