What is CrossFit Beaumont?
We train strictly using the CrossFit methodology. CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program that combines gymnastics, power lifting, cardiovascular training, and olympic weightlifting. We mix these elements in as many ways possible which allows for workouts to be constantly varied and will maximize your results. CrossFit is universally scalable to any fitness level and athletic background; whether you’ve never lifted a weight in your life or if you’re a seasoned veteran.
What We Do
At CFB we offer private and group training that will help you achieve and exceed your fitness goals. Classes last an hour and are comprised of warm-up, skill work, workout, and cool down. Our workouts are usually short, around 15 minutes, and intense. (While a 15 minute workout may seem easy we offer you come try a free workout before drawing any conclusions.) All classes are taught by a coach who will teach form and technique, guide you through the workout, and motivate you to give it your all.
We’re not your normal gym. We are a fitness facility. We don’t have tv’s, we don’t have mirrors, we dont have a juice bar, and we sure as hell don’t use machines. At CFB we don’t use machines, We make them. Our athletes train with barbells, dumbbells, pull-up bars, gymnastics rings, medicine balls, jump ropes, plyo boxes, rowers, bumper plates, kettlebells, sledgehammers, tractor tires, climbing ropes, and other classic training equipment that has been creating world-class athletes for ages. At CrossFit Beaumont we provide the coaching and tools necessary for you achieve elite fitness.
What CrossFit Beaumont is for you:
What distinguishes us from many CrossFit affiliates today is that our primary goal is not Group Exercise classes. Yes, we have group classes for our experienced members – members whose baseline fitness and technical skills are sound.
Instead, at CrossFit Beaumont you will have a personal coach to welcome you to CrossFit basics and then our members move to group classes..
We believe what Greg Glassman, the founder of CrossFit, articulated in the CrossFit Journal article ‘What is Fitness’. He suggested that in order to gain fitness – be it fitness for life or as an elite athlete – you need to do constantly varied, functional movements at a high intensity.
And nobody said mastering functional movements was easy. So while intensity is important, it’s more important to develop mechanics and consistency first.Read more about the kind of movements that get you fit here. Read more about mobility, and injury prevention here. Read more about the 10 general physical skills here. Read more about nutrition here.
Glassman’s concept of fitness, combined with what we have learned through trial and error over the years, tells us that people learn most effectively the higher the coach to student ratio. Ideally, most effective learning happens in a one-on-one, or at the very least a two-on-one environment.
You will start off by completing few one-on-one or two-on-one private training sessions, where you will be coached by a CrossFit certified instructor. The coaches at CrossFit Beamount come from diverse athletic backgrounds and experience, but they all have one thing in common, they care.