Utilizing the resources of CrossFitMom and the guidance of her own physician, CrossFit Watertown trainer Melissa Reed was able to CrossFit safely throughout her entire pregnancy. She completed her last WOD just 12 hours before delivering a beautiful baby boy.
Reminder to everyone…we will be at the NEW location on 94 Rideout St. Please come early to get your memberships.
With a continuously running clock do one 135 pound Clean and Jerk the first minute, two 135 pound Clean and Jerks the second minute, three 135 pound Clean and Jerks the third minute… continuing as long as you are able.
Tomorrow will be the first official indoor workout. You need to purchase a membership or a 100-punch pass for the workouts. Depending on interest, I may offer a Saturday morning drop-in workout for $10. That way, it gives the paying members a chance to get the quality training they deserve, while still allowing others to check it out or get in one awesome workout per week.
Hello CrossFit Moncton Crew and potential new members,
CrossFit Moncton will be relocating to an indoor location on 94 Rideout St. The facility is approximately 1100 square feet, with male and female washrooms, and plenty of parking. As nice as it is to workout outside, it’s getting cold, so having a ‘home’ will be great!
With good news, there is also some bad. I will only be able to take 16 people as members. Allow me to explain.
With the facility being 1100sq ft, individual space becomes an issue. The CrossFit Moncton programming will also be changing (it will be more like the main CrossFit site WODs), so individual attention is very important. I want to make sure proper technique is being executed by all members.
The new CrossFit Moncton will be open October 2. For the month of October, it will be open Tuesday, Thursday, Friday from 7-9 and Saturday’s from 9-11. There will be 2 classes per day, with 8 clients per class.
In November, the hours will be extended to Monday to Saturday (when soccer season is over).
With a new facility, the price will be increasing as well. It may seem high, but the quality of service will reflect in the price. For an unlimited monthly membership, it will cost $95. For a 100 punch pass, it will cost $900. Compared to other Canadian CrossFits (avg. $148/mth), I believe this is a fair price.
Because October has 2/3 the amount of available days, the monthly price will reflect that. For the first month, the price will be $60. It will be the first 16 people to pay that will get the spots.
A CrossFit Moncton Fundamentals class will be offered as well. It is 5 sessions that will teach you the common movements of CrossFit and work you into the main workouts-of-the-day. For those who have come to CrossFit Moncton’s Park Workouts, I am making the Fundamentals class optional. For anyone new joining, this is a prerequisite to joining CrossFit Moncton. It will also give new people an opportunity to see if CrossFit is for them. The Fundamentals class is $175 for 5 sessions.
I want to thank those that have supported CrossFit Moncton by coming to the workouts in the park. Without you, CrossFit Moncton would not exist. Outdoor sessions will continue until September 27. If you have any remaining passes on your punch cards, I will take what value is left and subtract it from a monthly membership or a Fundamentals class.
I hope to see many of you at the new indoor location once it opens!
Working out at night will soon come to an end. We have secured an indoor location for the fall in the Moncton industrial park. The official opening date is yet to be announced, but will be posted within the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more info and your chance to get in on the action.
In this workout you move from each of five stations after a minute.The clock does not reset or stop between exercises. This is a five-minute round from which a one-minute break is allowed before repeating. On call of “rotate”, the athletes must move to next station immediately for best score. One point is given for each rep, except on the rower where each calorie is one point.
Today marks the date of the tragic event when the 3 planes were highjacked and the Twin Towers were brought down. There were 24 Canadians killed on this date in 2001. It would be an honor to give each one of them, one minute of our time for the following workout.