CROSSFIT CLASSES

CrossFit Valley Center was established to build a community of people who are dedicated to helping one another achieve lifelong fitness.  CrossFit is for anyone and everyone who is interested in improving their fitness.  Our classes focus on a variety of activities that systematically improve flexibility, strength, and cardio fitness for men and women of all ages and backgrounds.

learn more >>

PERSONAL TRAINING

While our group classes can be a lot of fun we understand they aren’t for everyone. New athletes might feel more comfortable in a one-on-one setting or need extra attention before moving on to a group setting. One of our coaches will work with you to define your goals, evaluate your fitness level, and develop a plan specifically for your needs.

Personal training is also available to our seasoned athletes.  Perhaps you are looking to move to the next level, overcome a plateau, or master a new skill. These personalized programs provide the extra edge to get you where you want to be. Talk to one of our coaches about your goals and let us work with you to take your training to the next level.

NUTRITION COACHING

You can’t out exercise a bad diet.

Valley Center Athletics is excited to partner with Be Greater Nutrition. Be Greater Nutrition provides personalized programs designed work with your lifestyle and workouts to achieve your goals. Support the work you are doing in the gym with the best rest, recovery, and nutrition.

Join one of our box nutrition challenges or contact Erin for individual nutrition coaching.

TRAIN WITH US

 

New to CrossFit? Join our OnBoard program. Four classes taught one-on-one or in small groups for members who are new to CrossFit.  

The OnBoard program introduces CrossFit and our gym  We want you to be comfortable with the movements, class structure, gym layout, etc before you attend one of our regular schedule classes.  

OnBoard classes are scheduled on an "as needed" basis so reach out and one of our coaches will contact you to schedule your first class.

 

 


*


*


*