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Our program aims to deliver a fitness that will serve our athletes on a daily basis. With this style of training, nothing is out of reach. If you want to climb a mountain, climb it. Ride a bike, pick up your kids, have an easy day on the job site, whatever the goal, we can deliver. CrossFit utilizes the most effective training methodologies yet it can be scaled to suit anyone’s ability level. At CrossFit Confront our coaches will guide you through each class and ensure that you remain safe and are training for maximum effect.

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With constantly varied workouts and a dynamic community to train with, CrossFit is not just another boring gym fad… it’s a state of mind, a philosophy, and a lifestyle. It doesn’t matter what shape or size you are because CrossFit is for people of all ages, and for those with drive and abilities to improve their overall fitness in a fun and challenging environment. Get started with a FREE trial class specifically designed for beginners, and discover if CrossFit is the right fit for you.

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Movement Tip: The Abmat Situp

The ABMAT situp, demonstrated here by CrossFit Seminar Staff member Julie Foucher is a great little core exercise. As with most core exercises, where the back muscles typically have to compensate for lack of core activation, it is important to protect your spine and the…
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Movement Tip: The Bench Press

A staple powerlifting movement, the Bench Press, demonstrated here by CrossFit Seminar Staff member James Hobart, is a great at developing chest strength. However CrossFit tends to favour overhead rather than bench pressing, most likely due to the carry over of overhead work into Olympic…
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Movement Tip: The Ring Dip

Following on from last week’s dips on the bar, this week we look at the Ring Dip, demonstrated here by CrossFit Seminar Staff member James Hobart. The Ring Dip is more commonly used in CrossFit. The rings add instabiility to the movement, which builds up…
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