FAQ

You have questions. Below are some answers to some of the more Frequently Asked and easily anticipated CROSSFIT 323 queries…read through them and if your mind is still abuzz with question marks, always feel free to contact us. First, some quick links for your clicking pleasure:

HOW DO I CONTACT CROSSFIT 323?

Email us at info@CROSSFIT323.com to request info about CrossFit Classes, Personal Training, or the introductory On-Ramp Program. Or…anything else? We’ll give it our best shot.

WHAT MEMBERSHIPS DOES CROSSFIT 323 CURRENTLY OFFER? WHAT’S THE PRICING?

Click through to our member website to read all about our packages and pricing – you can even sign-up online right away.

WHEN ARE CLASSES? CAN I JUST SHOW UP?

View our class calendar to make sure at least a few of our regular WODs fit in with your regular life. Then email us to schedule your free trial class, OR sign up for Class #1 on the member website, and show up a few minutes early the day of your class. We like to meet you ahead of time to discuss your fitness goals, and to prep you for the upcoming workout.

CAN I SCHEDULE A PRIVATE TRAINING SESSION?

Absolutely. Existing members and newbies can both benefit from the focused attention private training affords. Just email us directly to book one session or regular weekly sessions or anything in between.

I’M NO ATHLETE – IS CROSSFIT FOR ME?

Great news: Your current level of fitness matters little when it comes to enjoying and benefiting from CrossFit. CrossFit is for people interested in improving their health and fitness in a very real way. The workouts keep you guessing but also build on skills you learn throughout the program, and the variety and complexity tend to keep both mind and body challenged and stimulated.

I’M A SERIOUS ATHLETE – IS CROSSFIT FOR ME?

Great news: CrossFit engages the interests and obsessions of elite athletes around the world with its dynamism and efficacy. From wrestlers to weightlifters, runners to swimmers to bikers, countless athletic communities have adopted CrossFit workouts and principles on their paths to greater fitness and achievement.

I HAVE AN INJURY – IS CROSSFIT FOR ME?

Frankly, probably. CrossFit is universally scalable and can accommodate – or even improve – almost any type of injury. CrossFit trainers around the world have watched countless members and clients self-correct long-term ailments by paying attention to form and fitness in this new way. Definitely contact us and take some time to discuss your physical issues with our trainers, but do not rule out the program based on injuries, new or old. Strangely, CROSSFIT 323 could very well be the best thing to enhance the healing process.

I LOVE COMPETITION – IS CROSSFIT FOR ME?

Definitely. Many a competitive streak has been amplified and satiated by the CrossFit world and its inherent drive toward improvement. But the real goal is competition with oneself more than with each other. That said, it can be very handy to keep one eye on similar peers’ times and accomplishments to keep you focused and pushing.

I HATE COMPETITION, SHOULD I EVEN TRY IT?

Yes, do. What’s great about CrossFit is that everyone really is focused on their own goals, and if you are not interested in competition, your classmates can be your support system or fade away into the background. The CROSSFIT 323 community is especially supportive, and while we do aim to stretch your limits for your own sake, we also know that not everyone wants to be the best at everything or to be judged constantly. It’s a great place and program for doing your own thing and advancing at your own pace, with motivational nudges along the way.

I ALREADY LOVE YOGA/PILATES/SPINNING – WHY SHOULD I TRY CROSSFIT?

Why not? CrossFit has augmented the workout regimens of  even the most contented fitness fiends for the last decade. Improving one’s strength and agility while providing a new challenge and platform often makes for a winning addition to one’s workout week. That said, if you don’t fall in love with CrossFit enough to hit 2-6 WODs per week, you may want to bow out because both physical progress and retention of movements and form will suffer significantly with sporadic visits, which often leads to major frustration and/or injury.

UM, THEN, WHO SHOULDN’T TRY CROSSFIT?

We think everyone should try it – again, why not? But if your ideal sweat session is plugging into your iPod and being left alone on the treadmill, or leisurely working the circuit machines at the gym on a daily basis, CROSSFIT 323 may not be your cup of tea. The anonymity and predictability of globo-gyms definitely has its appeal for a lot of folk, and you will not find either at 323. We engage you and motivate you, and ideally even get to know you, along with your strengths and weaknesses and how to challenge you and your body more and better every time we meet.

I HAVE MORE QUESTIONS. HOW DO I ASK THEM?

Email us at info@CROSSFIT323.com – seriously.