Pacific Crest CrossFit is dedicated to teaching you how to train in an effective, safe, and motivating way. All classes are instructor-led and driven by our active community of motivated individuals.

We believe in improvement. We believe in commitment. We believe in work. These are the tools we use to adapt. These are the stones on our path. 


Programs

Crossfit Group Classes

  • CrossFit is done in a group class that harnesses the power of camaraderie and competition.
  • The movements are functional, and these movements reflect the best aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, running, rowing and more.
  • Classes are organized into one or all of these 3 phases: Warm-up, Strength or Skill work, High-intensity workout.
  • Overall, the aim of CrossFit is to forge a broad, general and inclusive fitness supported by measurable, observable and repeatable results.

 

Crossfit basic GROUP CLASSES

  • CrossFit Basic also uses the group class environment to encourage camaraderie and support.
  • CrossFit Basic is our way to expose new members to the gymnastics & weightlifting movements.
  • Classes are organized into one or all of these 3 phases: Warm-up, Strength or Skill work, High-intensity workout.
  • The aim of CrossFit Basic is to offer a start point for a fitness lifestyle. Not ready for CrossFit group classes just yet? Then Basic is a good place to start. 

 

Barbell CLASSES

  • Pacific Crest offers barbell classes every Thursday at 6pm.
  • After a certain point, CrossFit athletes need more focused training to improve in Olympic Weightlifting.
  • Barbell classes are organized into 3-5 week focus areas to improve the Clean, Jerk & Snatch.

 

Yoga for athletes

  • Pacific Crest offers Yoga every Sunday at 4pm.
  • Mobility work through myofascial release techniques.
  • Vinyasa flow as a method to unify breath to movement, resulting in greater awareness of body function, enhanced lung capacity, as well as increased oxygen getting to the muscles. This 30-minute sequence will warm the body, prepping it for static holds.
  • Yin Yoga is the most effective way to increase range of motion. In this section, we will hold postures for an extended period of time, working to use the shape of the body and a deliberate focus on breath to expand our fascial and create healthy joints.