At Catalyst, our group classes follow the CrossFit method.
These classes are for all skill levels, from very beginner to advanced. They combine calisthenics, aerobics, weights and more–every day is a new challenge. But CrossFit is more than just a workout.
It’s one thing to understand the basics of CrossFit – the exercises, the WODs (Workout of the Day), the high-intensity nature of the workouts. But it’s quite another to appreciate the true value CrossFit brings to your life.
Personally, I love the feeling that each workout is a “game”: not because I want to beat anyone or win anything, but because a CrossFit class feels like recess to me. I asked a few of my buddies–who I met at CrossFit classes–to share their favorite part of the CrossFit classes at Catalyst. Here are their answers:
First, understand the “why”.
“CrossFit isn’t just about lifting weights or doing burpees. It’s about training your body to be more functional, to handle everyday tasks with ease, and to be better prepared for whatever life throws your way.”
Second, learn to appreciate the process.
“There will be good days and bad days. Days when you set personal records and days when you just can’t seem to get it right. But each day, each workout, each movement is part of your fitness journey.”
Third, remember: CrossFit is for everyone.
“The beauty of CrossFit lies in its adaptability. Every workout can be scaled to fit your current fitness level, making it accessible to everyone regardless of age, size, or fitness background.”
Finally, leverage the community.
“The CrossFit community is unlike any other. They will become your cheerleaders, your confidants, your family. They’ll pick you up when you’re down and celebrate your victories. They’ll push you to be the best version of yourself.”
CrossFit is more than just a workout routine. It’s a lifestyle, a community, and a philosophy. It’s about embracing challenges, pushing past limits, and celebrating victories, no matter how small. Are you ready to be part of something bigger than yourself?
Start here: book a No-Sweat Intro.