CrossFit Big Guava offers a variety of classes, each with their own focus and purpose.
Every class accommodates all levels of fitness from beginner to elite,
and are taught by our experienced and knowledgeable Coaches.
Descriptions of each Class are listed below
CrossFit is constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity. At CrossFit Big Guava, we follow Rich Froning's Mayhem programming with our own special touch on it! The workouts vary daily, and often incorporate gymnastics, barbell cycling, running, rowing, biking and more. Every movement in our Workout of the Day (WOD) can be specially tailored to each athlete's abilities. Whether an experienced CrossFit athlete at an Elite level or just starting out, the programming at CFBG will help you reach your fitness goals at your own pace.
CFBG Barbell Cycling class is designed to help athletes get stronger and more efficient at moving the barbell for multiple repetitions. The programming incorporates light-to-moderate weight barbell cycling, technique drills, heavier weight loads to find max lifts, and accessory work. Athletes determine the weight on their barbells based off their own strength and abilities, and will experience a significant improvement in their barbell efficiencies and strength in CrossFit workouts with consistent training.
*Tuesday & Thursday at 6:30pm
*Barbell Cycling is not available as an Intro Class
CrossFit without the Barbell
Redline incorporates a wide range of movements and equipment with the intent to strengthen high intensity training and improve technical skills. While there is no barbell used in Redline, athletes will utilize odd objects, ropes, rowers, air bikes, dumbbells, and boxes to name a few. Athletes will also learn and/or improve technical skills such as the muscle up, chest to bar, and handstand walks with consistent training.
*Monday & Wednesday at 5:30pm
*Redline is not available as an Intro Class
"Flush" the Muscles Before the Weekend!
Flush Friday is a solid way to end the week! With a "burner" style workout programmed, Guavas can expect to move at a moderate pace for 45+ minutes incorporating the machines (bikes, rowers, ski ergs), running, and a combination of low impact movements like box step-ups, for example. The Guavas put in the hard work leading up to Friday. This is a good opportunity to flush the muscles and prep them for the weekend!
*Friday at 5:30pm
*Flush Friday is not available as an Intro Class