I want to start Ragin Fit Classes, what are my options?
FLYFIT + 1 PT Session DETAILS & FAQ's
How it Works
Our FLYFIT classes are going to be used as a beginner program for anyone wanting to eventually transition into our Ragin Fit classes. The FLYFIT classes will allow us to see how you move and identify any challenges that may present themselves if and when transitioning into our CrossFit Program. Our FLYFIT classes do not use barbells and you will not hang from the pullup bars/rings as you would in our RF class. You must attend at least 12 FLYFIT sessions in order to sign up for the transition PT session. The PT session will be used to go over all of our Barbell movements as well as the gymnastics movements that you will encounter during our CrossFit classes.
Who it’s For
Anyone that wants to eventually get into our Ragin Fit Classes, but may not be ready just yet. If you are not interested in taking part in our CF Program, you may register for FLYFIT ONLY HERE or stop by our FRONT DESK
Basics DETAILS & FAQ'S
How it Works
Our Basics program is comprised of four 60 minute 1 on 1 sessions, done at your convenience. In each unique session, you will be introduced to a different series of movements, exercises, and/or skills. Upon completion of all 4 sessions, you will be eligible to participate in our Group CrossFit Classes.
Who it’s For
Whether you’re new to working out, following-through on a New Year’s resolution, or an athlete striving to take your training to the next level, our Basics Program is required for all new members and stands to further your understanding of the exercises and movements you will be doing in our CrossFit classes as well as how to perform them safely and efficiently.
Why is Basics Necessary? Why cant I just start taking classes right away?
One of the reasons why Ragin Fit classes are unique from other training methodologies is because we employ multi-joint movements that can be dangerous if not done properly. These technical movements are going to strengthen and engage an entire kinetic chain instead of an individual muscle or muscle group. Because these movements can be complex, and are often unfamiliar to those new to the CF methodology, they often require a fair amount of instruction before they can be employed safely and effectively. Our Basics not only affords this instruction, but also the opportunity for people to apply what they’ve learned.