WHAT IS CROSSFIT?

CrossFit is a variety of functional movements performed at high intensity consistently. These skills and techniques delivers a totally different calorie burning workout than most people are used to experiencing in the gym. The workouts and routines are constantly changing, you wont know what to expect at one of our events, which means that you and your body are continually being challenged.

 

IS THIS FOR ME?

CrossFit is for everyone, ALL AGES AND ABILITIES: From world class athletes, to grandparents, to your average joe looking to get in shape.

CrossFit programming is designed to have universal scalability, making it the perfect application for any committed individual, regardless of experience.

We’ve used our same routines for elderly individuals to those recovering from surgeries or injuries to top level athletes.

We scale load and intensity; we don’t change the programs.

The needs of all of our members differ by degree of person, not by kind. All have found their best fitness from the same regimen, Technique Over Repetitions Training

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

How Long Do Classes Last?

Our CrossFit class workouts usually fall within the 10-25 minute range. The entire session is usually 45-60 minutes long and includes warm-up, strength or technique session, and a conditioning piece called a WOD (workout of the day).

What Should I Expect At A TOR Training CrossFit Class?

The way we organise our CrossFit workouts are to be designed in such a way to create intensity. Intensity is the closest thing to a “magic pill” when looking to achieve results and improved fitness.

How Do You Record Results and Achievements?

The easiest and simply way for us to monitor participants is by performing routines and workouts with a time limit, clock or scoring system. Your performance and score are recorded after every workout to help gauge your improvement.

What Sets Us Apart From Other Training Providers and Competitors ?

You may never do the same workout within a three month period. This is done to ensure that the body is constantly being challenged and is improving.