Whether you’re a long-term CrossFitter or you’ve never stepped into a gym before, we’ve got classes to help you get to the next level. All our workouts are scaled to meet your current level of fitness, so you get the best workout for you today so tomorrow, you’ll be even better.
Every new CrossFitter begins in our Industrial Fundamentals course. You’ll train with one of our professional coaches and learn the correct techniques for classic CrossFit movements. This course will ease you into the intensity of the CrossFit workouts and programs you’ll find at Industrial Athletics.
The Industrial Fundamentals classes are offered through one-on-one private training or small groups classes. It consists of 4 to 5, 1-hour classes that are scheduled around days and times that work for you. Once you complete all of the classes, we move you into our regular class so you can continue your fitness journey.
If you’re serious about training and have specific goals you want to attain, we offer the Coach’s Corner. This is a one-on-one program designed to help you reach your goals faster. You receive accountability emails, monthly meetings with your coach, private programming, nutrition consulting, and more. The program focuses on you as an individual and helps you track your training on a daily basis.
Based on the CrossFit prescription of “constantly varied functional movement executed at high intensity,” our CrossFit program combines strength training with the “classic” CrossFit cardio workout. For this 1-hour class, you could be working on pull-ups, rowing, burpees and much more. Every WOD is different so you never get bored! We scale each workout to your fitness level, so you get the maximum workout every time.
Forged Steel Weightlifting Club
Our Forged Steel Weightlifting Club aims to improve the classic Olympic lifts. The programs of Industrial Athletics follows the set cycles ranging from the introductory level to more advanced cycles prepping lifters for WODs or competition. The Forged Steel Weightlifting Club is great for improving your technique and strength, or if you want to pursue Olympic Weightlifting as a sport.