We have answers!

I'm a beginner

Is this really for me?

The most common misconception we hear is,

"I need to get in shape to do CrossFit".  


We are not looking for a particular type of person or athlete.


We are only looking for those who are willing to learn and put in the work to reach their goals or reach past their goals.


Our workouts are scalable to benefit anyone on any fitness level from grandparents to triathletes. We will ensure the weights and intensity are adjusted to suit your capabilities.


Our members range from 15 to 75, from collegiate athletes to those that haven’t trained in a decade.

What kind of program is this?

Weightlifting, Cardio, Gymnastics, Kettlebells?

CrossFit looks at every community in the fitness industry and takes the most beneficial and functional movements and incorporates them together into a unique fitness program.


Our program is a comprehensive balance of several fitness concepts aimed at “forging elite fitness.”


You won’t see bicep curls, leg presses, ellipticals or treadmills.


You will see Olympic lifting, running/sprinting, basic gymnastics, kettlebells, jumping, throwing, strongman impliments, powerlifting.

Is CrossFit safe??

I don't want to die...

Safety is imperative at our facility.


There is the existence of risk as with any physical fitness pursuit, but we assess and negate that risk with expert coaching and smart programming.  


To become an  Everhard CrossFit  coach is a rigorous process that includes exams, demonstrations, seminars, and more. Our CrossFit-certified coaches are highly trained and are prepared to help you meet your fitness goals in a safe manner.


When you’re training at Everhard  CrossFit, you’re always under the watchful eyes of at least 1 Everhard CrossFit coach. Often, you’ll have 2 or more coaches in a class to give you the best coach to athlete ratio.

We work out in groups?

Wait, what?

Community is a huge part of why CrossFit is so effective. When you come in, the workout of the day, aka "WOD", will be written on the white board.


We’ll take you through a warm-up, some mobility training, a strength or skill section, and ensure we answer any questions about the workout you are going to do.


Then, “3 – 2 – 1 – GO!”


You work with your group to beat your past times or set personal records. Most of the time, expect complete the workout of the day in 40 minutes or less. Classes usually last about an hour.

I still have questions!

So many things!

We know. That's what we're here for.

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After that, the best way to answer all of you questions completely and accurately or to get a better understanding of how we can help you, email us with your question(s), or set up an appointment to speak with us in person.

We look forward to getting you started!