Regardless of whether you're brand new to fitness or if you're a currently a CrossFit coach, we're going to take you through an assessment before we have you jump into class. Why? Because we care :) At Axistence, our #1 goal is to DO NO HARM. Our second goal is to GET RESULTS. In order to ensure that we follow rule #1, we like to get an idea of how you move. The biggest risk of injury is past injury and the second biggest risk is an asymmetry. In our assessment, we'll ask you about any past injuries as well as assess for asymmetries.
Although a seasoned veteran of the fitness industry may be comfortable performing back squats and pull-ups, if you're confused when we ask you to do a 12 minute EMOM with 5 Bar Muscle Ups, 5 Tucked Front Lever Rows and a 60' Hollow Body Crawl, we're going to give you some training before we drop you in to daily classes. How do we know what to teach you? It all starts with the one-hour assessment. Here's what it entails.
We want to be comfortable knowing that you are confident with all of the movements and lifts, and test a few benchmarks. We also want to teach you some of the uncommon things we do here like lifting atlas stones, vaulting, rock climbing, getups and balance work that you might not find at a typical box gym.
That's why we do an assessment before anything else.
All prospective members get a complimentary 1 hour assessment where we'll get to know you, your personal goals, previous fitness experiences, any past injuries, and to determine if Axistence is right for you.
During your assessment we will:
Don't worry - there's no pressure. We think sales pitches are awkward too. We want you to find the right gym as much as you do. In your session, we'll explain a little more about what it means to train for adventure, we'll lay out the options available, and if it seems like a good fit, we'll go from there.
Interested? Here's a short form to fill out. If you want, we'll set up a time for you to stop by.
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