CrossFit Adult WODS:
CrossFit Synergistics is home to some of the finest trainers. Our classes are constantly varied with CrossFit skills. You begin all classes with a Functional Warm-Up, then we coach you through the Skill Practice and New Movements. The heart of the workout will include Strength Training and High Intensity Metabolic Conditioning, followed by Cool Down and Stretching. Our coaching will keep you safe and motivated. Check out What is CrossFit?
CrossFit Kids (ages 8-12 yrs old) & Teens (ages 13-17 yrs old) Membership Options:
Kids & Teens combines gymnastics, body weight calisthenics, and weightlifting elements to develop capacity across ten general physical skills. Additional elements that encourage bone density development, cross body movements and exercises that involve the vestibular system are also incorporated. The elements are combined to keep children engaged and entertained, while teaching them proper movement technique and creating a broad athletic foundation. Nutrition is also discussed as the basis of athletic performance and health within a supportive community. Classes include a warmup, skill work, a workout, and an exercise intensive game.
Looking to bring your athletic team to the next level? Our team training regimens are intense for one purpose: to prepare you and your teammates to be the strongest and best conditioned players you can be. Get a group of 10 or more athletes together and contact us to arrange a team wod.
Educating yourself or a team how and when to properly fuel your body is the most important thing to your wellness and athletic goals. Please contact us to discuss your goals.
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Whole 9 Nutrition
CFS Whole 30 Challenge
Order Paleo food
CrossFit Striking WODS:
We have exposed athletes to the challenges of striking and the rotational benefits in fitness. We have striking wods within our programming. “CrossFit Striking,” what it IS and what it is NOT. First, you will NOT get hit, there is no sparring. Secondly, all athletes are welcome. “Crosssfit Striking” is a specialty class approved by CrossFit. It fits the CrossFit protocol of Constantly Varied, Functional Movement, and High Intensity. Why was it created? MMA fighters, Boxers, wrestlers etc. are regarded as among the most fit athletes in the world. For years, they have been mixing striking with CrossFit wods. The two workouts together are amazing and fun. “Fight Gone Bad” was personally made up for UFC Champion BJ Penn. George Ryan, (LA SWAT and Black Belt Hall of Fame) the creator of “CrossFit Striking” now wants to bring these amazing workouts to your average Crossfitter who has NO striking experience and for those that do. THIS IS NOT A MARTIAL ARTS CLASS. It is basic instruction on how to throw a correct punch, kick, knee and elbow strike with maximum power/velocity and reducing risk of injury. Starting with the basics and then striking combinations (jab, straight, hooks, uppercuts, knees and elbows). Once these fundamentals are grasped, we add these strikes into your typical CrossFit WOD. You are getting an amazing workout while learning a functional movement that will raise your confidence and increase the ability to protect yourself.
Click here for Private Training Page Whether you’re looking for a few sessions to work on a particular skill or challenge such as pull-ups, olympic lifts, running technique, or a longer term goal such as a race or competition, we have you covered. Our coaches have a variety of certifications to work on particular areas in which they have specific expertise. Please call 508 202 9922 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for more information on any of these options.
- Nutrition for Athletes
- Adventure Race Preparation
- Running Technique
- CrossFit Competition Training
- Kettlebell Skills
- Gymnastics Skills
- Olympic Weightlifting
- Power lifting
- Rowing Technique
- Striking/ Self Defense
- Marathon Preparation
Yoga & Mobility:
We have temporarily put the yoga program on hold. Finding popular times for this class when we had the space available proved to be a challenge. We hope to secure more space down the road and then bring yoga back to be a strong part of our programming.
Times are scheduled and occasionally posted by coaches in order for athletes to work on specific goals, skills or workouts.