FAQ

Is CRAFT for me?

  • Are you not getting the results you want from your current routine?
  • Have you lost interest in your routine?
  • Don’t have much time to exercise?
  • Want to improve your performance in any sport?
  • Want to feel good and have more energy?
  • Looking for a fun place to work out, where you feel like part of a community?

Yes, CRAFT is for you!

CRAFT fitness, CrossFit workouts are constantly changing so you will never get bored with a routine. A constantly changing routine will also keep your body from hitting a plateau as your muscles will never get a chance to adapt. Other workouts that simply increase resistance, weight, or time duration will cause most people to plateau as they reach the limit of how much your body can do or can do safely. With CRAFT you are getting real conditioning and strength training.

What if I don't have a lot of time and my schedule changes?

Everyone’s time is valuable and that is why CRAFT is perfect for everyone. You can attend any class on the schedule any day. In one hour you will: warm up, learn technique and skills, perform a highly effective strength and conditioning workouts, finish with recovery and stretching and a big smile. Letting you get in, out, and on with your life. We recommend 3-5 days a week, depending on your goals.

What if I have an injury?

Most injuries and pain come from the lack of exercise due to the weakness of the tendons and muscles around the joints or previous over-use. Many of our clients that have had injuries or joint pain have found relief through exercise and mobility session performed at each workout. All CRAFT workouts are scalable to anyone – we will work with you to slowly build strength and mobility in the areas you need it most.

Do I have to be in shape to start CRAFT?

Since our workouts are scalable to varying abilities, anyone from beginner to elite athlete can find them challenging and effective.

I am a woman. Will I get bulky?

Unlike men, women lack the hormones that build large, bulky muscles. Only very few women with a combination of high calorie, high protein diet, and heavy daily weight-lifting can actually build bulk. Women participating in CrossFit can expect a lean and strong, but still feminine, body.

Can I get hurt doing CrossFit?

CrossFit is no more dangerous than any other activity you perform. Injuries result from movements done incorrectly or lack of mobility. An important aspect of classes at CRAFT is to learn the proper technique in performing each exercise, to be able to perform that technique repeatedly, and only then increase load and intensity at which you perform that task. This focus on proper technique and daily improvement in mobility will actually reduce the risk of injury during both workouts and your other daily activities.

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