Begin your fitness journey today!
Bored with your normal routine at that dime-a-dozen Globo Gym? Looking for something different, where goals are achieved daily? Want to find out first-hand what CrossFit is all about?
Watch the short video to the right and then Contact Us to schedule a one-on-one training session!
We’ll talk with you about your goals and specific needs, and then put you through Day 1 of our On Ramp Program, a great introductory CrossFit workout. And for the supremely curious, the rest of this guide answers our most frequently asked questions and shows you step-by-step how to get started training with us. Watch, read, and Contact Us!
How Mission CrossFit literally changed our lives.
What is CrossFit?
CrossFit is a health and fitness program that achieves a very broad, general fitness that is applicable to everyday life. Some say CrossFit is a blend of gymnastics, weightlifting, and cardio-resperatory endurance, and in many ways it is. But, that doesn’t even begin to fully explain it.
CrossFit is the most effective way we’ve found, to achieve a greater level of fitness and health. We’ve taken elite college athletes and made them better, and we’ve taken average families and made them healthier and fitter than ever. We’ve found that regardless of where you are in your path towards being fit and healthy, CrossFit will work for you. CrossFit is designed to scale to your level, so it can take you to your next level.
The only way to truly learn what CrossFit is all about is to get into a CrossFit gym, like Mission CrossFit, and see for yourself.
Who is Mission CrossFit?
CrossFit uses some equipment and methods that regular gyms don’t. Therefore, the best way to practice CrossFit is at a CrossFit affiliate like Mission CrossFit.
We are located in a recently expanded 6400 square foot facility located on the Northwest corner of Alicia Parkway and Via Fabricante, approximately 1 mile east of the 5 Freeway. We take pride in our facility and equipment; as such, it is always in top-notch condition. Most importantly, at Mission CrossFit we have a great time working out and getting fit. If that interests you, then come on in and check us out.
Why should I CrossFit?
Do you have to be really fit to start CrossFit?
Absolutely not! CrossFit is infinitely scalable to any ability level. CrossFit has successfully trained those who struggle to walk across a room, those who have 100 pounds or more to lose, kids, and yes, even the most elite athletes and those who fight to protect us. CrossFit is a method, not a pass/fail system. Your physical condition right now is irrelevant to whether you are “ready to start CrossFit.” It’s okay if you’ve looked at the workout of the day (WOD) and thought “I can’t do that.” Performing the WOD as prescribed is meant to challenge the fittest athletes. Most people scale the WOD to their ability level.
At Mission CrossFit, our coaches help you find a scaled version of the WOD that’s right for you. We can also work around most injuries and physical disabilities. CrossFit is the path to fitness, not the result of having already achieved it.
Is this really safe?
Yes. We operate on a principle of mechanics first, then consistency, then intensity.
First, we teach you the mechanics of a movement. This starts in our On Ramp Course, and continues with a refresher on the proper mechanics of a movement before each workout.
Second, we look for you to display the correct mechanics—consistently. If you can’t get consistency, we lower the weight or otherwise alter the required movement so you are capable of moving the weight correctly and consistently.
Finally, after you have the mechanics and consistency with those movements, we introduce you to intensity. We never throw you into something you aren’t ready for, and you are always in control. We are here to lead and instruct you, but you always have the option to say “I’m not ready for that.”
Is there an opportunity to get hurt? Absolutely. Just like there’s an opportunity to get hurt doing anything. Unlike a Globo Gym though, our trainers are always on-hand teaching the correct movements, scaling them to the appropriate level for each athlete, and protecting our athletes during the workout if they wander into a danger zone.