CrossFit has become synonymous with powerlifting, Olympic weightlifting, and strongman competitions. The first CrossFit was opened in Seattle, Washington by Greg Glassman in 2000. The gym was built to incorporate a combination of calisthenics, powerlifting, strongman exercises, gymnastics, and other forms of exercise. The goal is to help members gain cardiovascular and muscular strength while improving flexibility. Currently there are over 9,000 affiliated CrossFit gyms throughout the United States that train using the methods established by Glassman. CrossFit prices and effectiveness have led to the method steadily growing in popularity with people interested in improving their overall health.
Below are the latest CrossFit Prices and Fees:
|Month to Month||$130-$150|
CrossFit prices include access to various classes with different focuses. There are several types of equipment used based upon the type of class you are participating in. Standard equipment used at a CrossFit gym are barbells, gymnastic rings, rower, jump rope, and resistance band. CrossFit prices include some classes that do not require equipment such as yoga and calisthenics. Each class will teach you how to perform various exercises and movements that you will need to practice to increase strength, endurance, and/or flexibility overtime. Most classes last approximately one hour and include time to warm up before working on the skill being developed.
CrossFit fees are extremely competitive with different membership levels that are designed to conform to your common gym usage. Those who do not intend to take classes can pay $20-25 per day. Anyone who is interested in completely unlimited access to all classes including yoga can sign up for an unlimited membership for $130-150 per month. CrossFit fees are discounted if membership is paid in advance with deep discounts being given to students, active military, police, and fire personnel. We recommend you call your local CrossFit to get the latest prices and fees. Click HERE to find a CrossFit near you.