FAQ Categories: Getting Started

  • What is Foundations?

    Foundations is an introductory course that will expose you to some of the movements we do, explain the why behind our program, and demystify nutrition. There are 3 sessions where you will meet one-on-one with a coach. These sessions will teach you all you need to know about doing CrossFit at CFML.

  • Wait, what’s CrossFit?

    To be nerdy, it is constantly varied, functional movement, done at relatively high intensity. What that means in English is we do a bunch of different workouts, comprised of simple body-weight and free-weight movements, and we are pushing ourselves as hard as we want to or can on that day.

  • Who has to do Foundations?

    Anyone who is new to CrossFit has to take Foundations. We strive to move with virtuosity. That means doing the common uncommonly well. The best place to learn new skills and hone your abilities is in a one-on-one setting.

  • How much is Foundations?

    Foundations costs 65 per session and is scheduled after your free one-on-one introduction session. Completion of Foundations is suggested before attending CrossFit classes.

  • What do we do in one of the Foundations sessions?

    Each Foundations session is set up to flow just like our classes do. Each session starts off with a general warm up, like 2 minutes on a bike or a short run to get the heart pumping. Then there is a specific warm up that involves more moving and stretching. Next, you will learn the…

  • What if I have done CrossFit before?

    Hell yea! Welcome to your new home. “Doing CrossFit before” means you’ve done the Foundations course at another CrossFit Gym and then you were an active member there for at least 3 months. “My buddy showed me some moves in his garage,” or “I’ve watched all the videos online” are great but we still suggest…

  • What if I have an injury?

    We are sorry to hear that but not a problem. The beauty of CrossFit is that it can be adjusted, scaled, or modified to fit anyone’s needs. In Foundations we can come up with a plan on how to accommodate any injuries.