Q: Do I need to be in shape before I start CrossFit?
A: The answer is simply no. At Chase S&C, there are many people who have been couch potatoes for many years. They come through the door and have great success. The environment is designed to welcome any and all fitness levels. All CrossFit movements are scalable to accommodate your personal fitness level and the professionally-trained instructors assist you from there.
Q: Why is the amount for a membership more than a regular gym?
A: The better question here to ask is, what are your goals? You can easily find regular commercial gyms with a minimal monthly membership that will merely provide access to equipment that you may not even know how to use properly. Where is your motivation to make the trip?
Chase S&C offers group personal coaching. You will be attending a class, where there is always a coach working with the group. The coach will ensure that you are performing each exercise properly and safely with the appropriate weight on the bar; assisting you in a healthy, fun, and supportive environment!
Q: Is CrossFit for me?
A: Yes. CrossFit doesn’t discriminate on any level at all. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete, been sitting on the couch for the last however-many years, or perhaps, nursing an injury, Chase S&C workouts are tailored to each individual to help him or her safely become more fit, and healthier.
Q: How will CrossFit affect my health?
A: CrossFit LLC holds a uniquely elegant solution to the greatest challenge facing the world today: chronic disease. The CrossFit program — constantly varied, high-intensity, functional movement, coupled with a diet of meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar — can be of great assistance with chronic disease. If you are healthy, know that fitness provides a great margin of protection against the ravages of time and disease. Fitness is and should be “super-wellness.” To improve and preserve your health, do CrossFit.
Q: How will I get fitter with CrossFit?
A: CrossFit improves general physical preparedness (GPP). Chase S&C has designed its program to elicit as broad an adaptational response as possible. CrossFit is not a specialized fitness program but a deliberate effort to optimize physical competence in each of 10 fitness domains: cardiovascular/respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance and accuracy.
CrossFit was developed to enhance an individual’s competency at all physical tasks. People who do CrossFit are prepared for all challenges, whether those challenges come in the gym, on a playing field or as part of daily life.