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- $89 for four private introductory foundation skill classes ($199 value)
- $169 for eight private introductory foundation skill classes ($398 value)
Trainers recently retooled their foundation training program to ensure that every student learns proper form for all exercises before they join group classes, diminishing the chances of injury. As a central part of this strategy, they now conduct all introductory classes as one-on-one lessons, providing constant and consistent feedback on how to perform every exercise one might encounter during a CrossFit workout. The number of sessions required to graduate to the foundation classes vary from person to person.
Gold Medal CrossFit
William Gapinski understands fitness from every angle. He practiced martial arts, amongst other fitness disciplines, for 20 years, served in the US Marine Corps, and even overcame multiple skeletal injuries resulting from a major highway accident. Fueled by a desire to help others grow, heal, and overcome their obstacles the same way he did, William started Gold Medal CrossFit.
Following CrossFit's core principles, he and his staff of trainers follow a three-pronged approach to fitness: functionality intensity, and variation. To that end, they change up workout routines daily, blending functional exercises such as plyometric exercises, Olympic-style weightlifting, and gymnastics into an endless array of rigorous regimens. Community is is another element to their approach—they cultivate an atmosphere of support, camaraderie, and accountability so that all participants get the most from their time in the group sessions.
Since the exercises are difficult and require proper form, William and his crew recently launched a foundational skills training class to introduce the unique program to beginners. Unlike the regular group workouts of the day, they limit introductory lessons to only one student at a time. This ensures that the trainers can give each student ample personal attention, helping them master form and hone their grunting noises before joining the group class.