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CrossFit combines cardio, weightlifting, and basic gymnastics. Classes for all levels instructed by passionate and experienced coaches.
30-minute QuickFit classes: energetic workouts combine cardio, core, and full-body functional movements like kettlebells and wall balls.
Improve flexibility, body awareness, breath, and balance with our weekend Vintage Yoga classes. Relax and recovery after your training.
Vintage CrossFit hosts a series of team competitions to test a variety of skill levels
Do you need a quick workout but you’re strapped for time? Come to one of our new 30-minute QuickFit classes for an energetic workout that combines cardio, core strengthening, and full-body functional movements like kettlebells and wall balls. No barbells, no Intro class needed, anyone can attend!MORE INFO
CrossFit Endurance is an endurance sports training program that focuses on eliminating excessive training volume while increasing intensity and teaching proper running mechanics. The goal of CrossFit Endurance is to create a more sustainable performance curve in endurance sports without the pain and injury that is common in LSD training and to emphasize quality over quantity. Strength, speed and power are all critical components to success in enduranceMORE INFO
Vintage CrossFit is excited to introduce our new CrossFit Kids classes starting January 2017. The class is split out into two groups on Saturdays: 12:30PM – 1:00PM: 3-6 year olds 1:15PM – 2:00PM: 7-12 year olds Your child’s first class is free! Email email@example.com to schedule a complimentary class. If you have any teens (13-17) […]MORE INFO
Vintage CrossFit offers a 4-class Fundamentals program. These hour-long classes are held Tuesdays at 6:30PM and focus on teaching the basic movements including weight lifting, gymnastics, and cardio. The majority of the one-hour session focuses on technique practice and concludes with a high-intensity workout of the day similar to our CrossFit classes. The Fundamentals program […]MORE INFO
In August 2015 my life was forever changed. I completed my first WOD, and I knew without a doubt that I had found what I had been searching for. I am stronger, fitter, faster, and healthier than I’ve ever been. I love CrossFit for its constant evolution, embodiment of functional movement, adaptability for people young and old, and culture of empowerment. Here strength is beauty, and the last to finish is the one we cheer for the loudest.MORE INFO
Matt has always been active, having played football, track and wrestling in school. Thirty years of snowboarding and footballing took its toll on Matt’s lower back, and in 2009 he was recommended back surgery to manage a condition called spondylolisthesis. Thankfully, Matt opted for CrossFit instead of surgery and has been able to keep his back healthy via the strength, agility and flexibility that CrossFit provides.MORE INFO
Karen was a competitive gymnast as a kid, but took a very long hiatus from sports after quitting gymnastics. As an adult, Karen got back into fitness (the gym / running), but felt like there was something missing. Thinking CrossFit was just a fad workout, Karen waited a couple of years before actually trying her first WOD. She started doing CrossFit in 2012 and went on to eventually get her L1 certification in the Spring of 2016. What first started out as a way to stay fit, has turned into the desire to get better, stronger, faster than she was 10 years prior.MORE INFO
Yoga We’ll have a guest Yoga coach today. Welcome Breanna Jones! Breanna is Coach Care’s friend from her yoga certification so come out and meet Breanna! WOD 25-20-15-10-5 reps of: Kettlebell Swings 53/35 Sandbag Walking Lunge (steps) 50/30 Push Ups Advanced: 70/53 KBS & Deficit Push Ups (4″/2″)MORE INFO
Briefing Today’s WOD should be a nice relief after the four Age Group Qualifier WODs. No heavy weights and no high-skill gymnastics means there is no excuse not to go fast! The 400m runs will be the longest portion of the WOD so you’ll need to push yourself to run hard if you want to […]MORE INFO
Briefing The final workout of the 2017 Age Group Online Qualifier should challenge you from a weight perspective and from a gymnastics strength perspective. This workout will be slower paced for most athletes compared to the previous three AGOQ workouts. Warm-up well so you can approach the weights and handstand push-ups confidently. AGOQ 17.4 2 […]MORE INFO
Summary Today’s workout is a sprint so it’s important to warm up well so you can start the workout with full intensity. We’ll plan to spend around 10 minutes to practice kipping pullups and to build to a set of push press or push jerks at heavier than WOD weight. Skill Work Kipping Pullups and […]MORE INFO
16.2/AGOQ 17.2 The second workout of the 2017 Age-Group Online Qualifier is a repeat of Open 16.2. For small classes, I recommend setting up two (or more) barbells since there isn’t enough time during this WOD to switch out weights. For large classes, split into two heats where you have a partner set up and […]MORE INFO