Ruth and Mark Gordon
A little over a year ago we didn’t know what to expect walking into Meshugge CrossFit. Even though we have participated in many other exercise programs, we didn’t know anyone personally who participated, but heard it was “tough.”
We made it through our first WOD (workout-of-the-day), walked out totally exhausted and the next day kept asking each other “Are you sore?” To this day – not much of that has changed! But we keep coming back.
CrossFit has been a wonderful experience for us. We have been exposed to challenges we never thought we would be able to conquer. We’ve reached levels of workouts we never dreamed of doing a year ago. The coaches have been so kind, encouraging and helpful. There is never an exercise we can’t accomplish because it can be modified to fit our fitness level.
Returning after an injury was a big concern. We knew we needed to be smart and responsible with our bodies, acknowledging limitations to avoid further injuries. And no one ever makes either one of us feel uncomfortable for doing anything differently. The regulars in the CrossFit program are extremely friendly and helpful, too. They are always willing to help us by demonstrating, explaining and telling us “good job” after we have completed a WOD (even though we know it wasn’t at an Rx level).
Every time we walk into the CrossFit room the workout is always something different. Looking forward to Friday’s choice of a swim WOD in either pool is a nice alternative. It’s amazing to us to look back and see how much strength, endurance and courage we have gained this past year. We may never be at a competition level but that’s ok. We are just thrilled to walk into CrossFit, participate, push ourselves and feel good about it.
What is CrossFit?
CrossFit training is functional movements done at high intensities. It is important that you take the intensity level and define it for yourself based on your athletic and fitness levels.
This program is for anyone wanting to take it to the next level, get in shape or would just like to switch up their routines. It includes all modalities of training (Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics movements and metabolic conditioning) and can be scaled to meet an athletes needs.
CrossFit - CrossFit also known as “The Sport of Fitness” includes a Workout of the Day (W.O.D.) that combines strength training and cardiovascular conditioning by using both body weight and weighted exercises performed either for time or for task. CrossFit classes are for Mixed-level athletes that have experience with CrossFit style classes.
Open Room Time - 9:00 am to Noon
Open Room Time - 9:00 am to 11:00 am
2 Sessions Per Week = $50 Member / $110 Non-Member
Drop In Rates
Single Session = $15 Member / $25 Non-Member
2 Sessions Per Week/Month = $90 Member / $150 Non-Member