Schedules and Fees

Crossfit Schedules & Fees

Monday 6am 9am 12pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 6:30pm 7:30pm
Tuesday 6am 9am 12pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 6:30pm 7:30pm
Wednesday 6am 9am 12pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 6:30pm 7:30pm
Thursday 6am 9am 12pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 6:30pm 7:30pm
Friday 6am 9am 12pm 4:30pm 5:30pm 6:30pm 7:30pm
Saturday 9am


Membership Fees

Monthly fee is $135 per month for unlimited classes. Or you can pay 6 months upfront for and lock in at $100 per month unlimited.
Get the first 3 days free before you become a member
Monthly fees are $135.00 for unlimited classes (you will be locked in to this price even if they increase as long as you are consistant with your membership. If you miss a payment, you must re-join with the current price.)
$ 100 for second same household family member and $75 for a third same household family member
Personal training (45-60 min) $50 per session
Drop in rate is $15

Why Does CrossFit Cost More Then the “Big” Gyms?

At most franchised gyms, you are a number. You pay your monthly fees and are released, unguided to create your own workouts, hold yourself accountable and motivate yourself to attend. Or you can pay for a trainer. When I worked in a “big” gym, my fees for a one hour session was $60 – $75. Most of my clients saw me at least twice a week and that really adds up. So for a CrossFit membership, you get programmed classes, trainer attention, and you’re not a number in a big crowd.

For Teachers

(Members & Non-Members)

If you are a full-time teacher (K-12) this is for you. If you pay the regular price of $100 in December and workout at least 15 days from December 1st – December 31st, you will get a 75% discount off of January and only pay $25. This is for members and for those who are not yet members but would like to take advantage of this great opportunity.

Again, this is for full-time teachers (K-12 grade.) This is to help out hard-working teachers for all they do for the kids to better themselves in our schools. I think all teachers spend some of their own money on supplies for your children so this is a way to give back to them. I would also encourage you to remember your child’s teacher during the Christmas holiday’s and give them a gift of appreciation as well. My friends usually give gift cards to grocery stores or if you know their favorite place to eat or shop.

Call Shelley at 281-734-3545, email:, or come into the box to sign up