Our CrossFit group classes are one hour long and a mix of cardio, strength and mobility. Classes can be modified for all skill levels.
Our personal training is offered 1-on-1 or for small groups. This is a great option if your schedule is limited, you have a specific goal or prefer working out alone.
What to eat and how much is unique to everyone. Our personalized nutrition coaching will help optimize your training so you reach goals faster.
If you are new to CrossFit or haven't been in a while, our Intro to CrossFit series will teach you how to safely do each movement.
Most of our programming is done by our experienced coaches. We also provide PRVN Fitness programming to our members. Outside of our traditional CrossFit class, we participate in local CrossFit competitions, host an annual Beach WOD and coordinate group activities such as races and trivia outings.
Most classes are structured similar to the below:
On Wednesdays our classes are programmed as partner WODs and on Saturdays they are programmed for teams of three.
E2M for 10min:
5 back squats at 55% of 1 RPM
5 seated box jumps
30 double unders
50ft SA DB OH Walking Lunges (35/50)
We follow CrossFit's approach to nutrition.
Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat.
These two sentences capture a nutritional approach that, when applied with our workouts, yields incredible health and fitness. By combining the potent training stimulus of constantly varied functional movements executed at high intensity with a sound diet of whole, unprocessed foods eaten in the proper amounts, the results are nothing short of life changing.
To truly optimize health and fitness, you have to pay attention to what you eat and how much you eat. That starts with choosing high-quality, unprocessed foods and weighing, measuring, and recording your intake. We suggest doing that for at least 30 days. At the end of the first 30 days, you should assess your results — i.e., How are your health markers such as body composition, resting heart rate, and blood pressure (among others)? How are your workout scores trending? How do you feel? If needed, you can then adjust what and how much you are eating for best results.
This type of measured, systematic self-observation driven by real results will be the best guide as to whether you should change any of your eating habits or implement any new diet strategies.
Overall, diet needs to be customized to each individual based on their physiological response, goals, and other lifestyle factors. The best way to optimize your diet for your specific needs is by carefully tracking inputs (the food you eat) and outputs (workout results and health markers).