What is Crossfit Kids all about?

In a group setting, children participate in fun and engaging workouts that deliver measurable results and prepare them to be well-rounded athletes.

CrossFit Kids is a method for teaching CrossFit to children, ages 3-12.  It is a excellent and safe way to instill a healthy active lifestyle at a young age.

 Littles

Ages: 5-8

Class: Tuesday: 5:30-6:30pm

Able to focus enough to engage in supervised play that involves fundamental movement skills and the simplest foundational movements, e.g., the squat.  Also able to focus and take instruction on the foundational CrossFit movements. Introduction to gymnastics-style resistance training with very light external objects, e.g., starting with a PVC pipe and moving toward 5 to 10-pound dumbbells contingent on capacity.

Depending on the little athlete movements are done without weights. To make this clear: We NEVER load preschool-age or new kids during a workout. NEVER.

Bigs

Ages 9-12

Classes: Monday & Thursday 5:30-6:30pm

Approaching proficiency in body weight movements and seeing an increase in volume. Familiar with light dumbbell movements and beginning to use barbells with light loads.

Teens

Ages 13+

CrossFit Teen is a specialized program designed to meet the needs of teen athletes.

Why CrossFit Kids?

  • Due to recent budget cuts many schools no longer have PE classes for kids.

  • The kids get to workout out and learn from CrossFit Kids Certified Instructors.

  • Research has shown that kids who get regular exercise do better in school.

  • Kids get to learn in a structured environment, while at the same time learning to play.

  • Kids who learn to workout when young are more apt to become healthier adults.


What are parents saying?

I love Crossfit kids because it has taught Matthew structure, discipline, and had helped him meet friends. He’s learned social skills and how to take turns. It’s also taught Matthew that exercise is fun!
— Anna L
Duke City Crossfit has helped my family get in shape as a team! I questioned whether my three year old was too young, but after she tried a class she loved it. It is helping her with her motor skills, following directions, and most important interact with the other crossfit kids. As a family we will be part of this great community!!!
— Isabel L

CONTACT US! WE WANT TO HELP YOU AND YOUR ENTIRE FAMILY, WE CAN ANSWER ANY QUESTIONS YOU HAVE ABOUT CROSSFIT KIDS.