Adults Beginners Form

WHAT? WHY?
HOW? WHEN?

CrossFit is for everyone!

In order to ensure CrossFit is safe and effective it is essential that everyone that trains with us, has a solid knowledge and practical foundation of the basic movements used in CrossFit workouts. This is especially true for people unconditioned to CrossFit or new to Strength & Conditioning training.

This is the primary purpose of our “On-Ramp” course! We teach you to move well and then test you by putting you through your paces in challenging mini-workouts. Over 4 weeks our experienced and motivating coaches will you condition you to CrossFit training and instil in you the confidence to jump into any of our main classes.

Our aim is to:
1. Get you moving well
2. Get you moving well consistently
3. Get you moving well consistently and at high intensity
In that order.

The goal is to have you workout at your "own" relative high intensity. This means that workouts will always be challenging (and of course fun), enabling you to continuously reap the benefits of varied training, no two sessions are the same & seeing results as you progress.

Once you've 'Graduated' from the On-Ramp you move into a standard CFEA membership based on the number of sessions you would like to train per week, please call us at 0800 CFEA 129.

  • PERSONAL INFORMATION

  • MEMBERSHIP OPTIONS






  • TERMS & CONDITIONS

    On-ramp Course and Fast Track fees are non-refundable and can be paid in Cash / Bank Transfer / Credit Card* / Direct Debit*. Memberships are paid for the month in advance and can be paid via Direct Debit via monthly payments OR 1 year in advance lump sum payment in Cash / Bank Transfer / Credit Card*/ Direct Debit*. 30 days notice in writing must be given to terminate a membership. There is no termination fee.
    *Ezidebit fees apply

  • HEALTH ASSESSMENT

  • WARNING … Safety first!

    High intensity exercise must be approached with caution in particular at the beginning. A gradual ramp-up of
    intensity is necessary to allow muscles cells to adapt to the new demands being placed on them. Failure to do
    increases the risk of a life threatening condition known as ‘Rhabdomyolysis’. In short the muscle cells are damaged
    flooding the bloodstream with toxins that can overwhelm the kidneys as they attempt to cleanse the blood, leading
    to potential shutdown. CrossFit can cause Rhabdomyolysis. It is important that you start at a reduced intensity.
    Brown urine, complete muscle weakness and/or swelling of joints are warning signs of ‘Rhabdo’. If you develop these
    symptoms, seek medical assistance IMMEDIATELY.