You can drop in and observe ongoing classes, any time one is scheduled. Coaches and students usually arrive 15 minutes before class starts, and they usually last between 30 minutes to an hour. Though you’re invited to observe, you won’t be allowed on the gym floor without signing a waiver and you cannot disrupt class. This would include taking the attention of the coach when he or she is supposed to be coaching his or her students. Most of the time, we will have a few minutes before or after class for brief questions about the goings on, but not a lot more. If you want to know more, the next step would be to sign up for a Free Trial Workout on our registration page. You can find out just about everything there is to know about Crossfit Full Circle by exploring the rest of this website or our Facebook page. So if you want to pay us a visit, do your homework first and we’ll be happy to answer any remaining questions you may have. Don’t be surprised if at the end of the Free Trial session we ask you if you want to join, a lot of people do!
After you see our workouts, if you think Full Circle can help you get in to the shape you want to be, the next step is to sign up for Fundamentals. You can do it privately or in a group setting. Either way, an instructor will take you through most of the movements that you see on a regular basis in Level I and Level II classes. Your placement in either Level I or II will be based on your total points scored in the Fundamentals assessment. Most folks coming in with no prior Crossfit experience will likely stumble with the more advanced gymnastics and olympic weightlifting based movements at first and will likely place in to our Level 1 classes. After some time, most students will advance to Level 2 as their fitness and skillset improve. Our long term goals for most students are to guide them towards training 4 to 5 times per week, and to consider participating in outside events or competitions (such as Tough Mudder, Strongman or Crossfit competitions).