Equipment: Dumbbells, sandbags, TRX, chin up bars, medicine balls
Students should bring: Water bottle, towel, mat, and a friend
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: We are a friendly community of fun and support.
[You should] come excited to meet new people and have a good time
The workout gurus at Bennington CrossFit and Anytime Fitness share a common dedication in guiding visitors to healthier lifestyles through various means of exercise. Anytime Fitness grants members 24-hour access to its facility, where guests can escalate heart rates on elliptical cross-trainers and pump iron with a variety of circuit weight machines. During a trio of Elements sessions, Bennington CrossFit's certified trainers introduce the CrossFit regimen, which focuses on strengthening, conditioning, and tailoring sleeves to fit bulging biceps. Groups of one to four students absorb information on the program’s well-rounded approach to fitness as they sweat through basic forms and functional movements. Elements classes are scheduled according to student and trainer availability and are a necessary prequel to one-hour CrossFit offerings in kettlebells, gymnastics, rowing, and Olympic cow hurdling. Before using your 10-class punch card, peruse the schedule to find convenient CrossFit class times.
With its focus solely on functional training, CrossFit EXP doesn't believe in treadmills and butt blasters, or TVs, for that matter. The gym is bare bones and to the point. It employs the functional movements of CrossFit using rowing machines, pull-up bars, kettlebells, medicine balls, and other basics. That equipment is used with everyday motions, such as pushing, pulling, and lifting, which readies participants for all physical activity. It also enhances stamina, power, speed, and agility. This system is scalable to all fitness levels, so CrossFit EXP welcomes everyone, easing them into CrossFit with a beginner's Elements course.
Certified CrossFitter and owner David Tripp puts his Army and outdoor-adventuring experience to work during intense cross-training routines at Land Warrior CrossFit. Along with his team of knowledgeable and skilled instructors, he teaches the CrossFit system because of its universal scalability, able to prep people of all ages and fitness levels for every kind of physical activity. They do this by employing functional-movement exercises that enhance power, agility, and speed, while toning all muscle groups.
At Metacomet CrossFit & Yoga's CrossFit sessions, exercisers push themselves through intense functional workouts that not only eschew modern cardio trappings such as treadmills, ellipticals, and human-sized hamster wheels, but remain scalable to every ability level. Then, fledgling body buffs recover during gentle Kripalu yoga classes, which help to balance the body and aid in recovery. The center also offers power yoga classes, which are workouts in their own right with their focus on flexibility, strength training and sweating.
One highlight of CrossFit's workout of the day is that almost anyone can do it. If that sounds hard to believe, look no further than CrossFit Southborough, where Fabiana O?Brien and her team of coaches schedule these functional workouts for kids, teens, adults, and seniors. The workouts generally comprise body-weight exercises like pull-ups, iron-pumping moves like dead lifts, and plyometric exercises like box jumps. For youngsters who are younger than the 5-year age limit, the gym also offers childcare services at select times.