How Old Can You Be To Be In Crossfit?

The minimum age to participate in CrossFit is 12 years old and it’s never too early to begin CrossFit.

What should you do if your child decides they want to get into crossfit?

One of the biggest misconceptions we hear about crossfit is that gymnastics makes a fantastic sport for pre-teens/tween’s to participate in. Being an athlete takes training out of the “fun hobby” category and into serious exercise, providing an opportunity for kids that show athletic potential at a young age to base their education on this real world reality. Gymnastics isn’t something a kid will be good at in a couple years or less, but CrossFit is sure to stay with them forever!

How Do I Start My Own Crossfit Box??

Crossfit boxes in the US and Canada: Santa Cruz: 541-929-9605 (AKA Santa Cruz CrossFit) San Francisco: 415-213-2525 (AKA San Francisco CrossFit) Or, you can contact one of our coaches to set up a private or small group session. We offer either 1 on 1 coaching or 3 on 3 coaching depending on what is most convenient for you. We will create a custom plan based on your goals and abilities and we will also recommend assistance exercises, aftercare routines, and supplements to help aid with recovery and growth. Our goal is that once you start working out at the gym with us then we will be able to turn into an affiliate partner for not only recreational but competitive athletes as well depending upon their level of skill. Email [email protected] if interested in setting up a workout

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how old can you be to be in crossfit?

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