​​​​​​​What is CrossFit?

The CrossFit prescription is performing “functional movements that are constantly varied at high intensity.” CrossFit is a core strength and conditioning program. CrossFit is not a specialized fitness program but a deliberate attempt to optimize physical competence in each of ten recognized fitness domains that are VERY important in our daily life. They are as follows:

  • Cardiovascular and Respiratory Endurance
  • Stamina
  • Strength
  • Flexibility
  • Power
  • Speed
  • Coordination
  • Agility
  • Balance
  • Accuracy

This high-intensity workout is extremely varied and all about getting the most bang for your workout buck.  A crossfitter will likely never do the same Metcon twice in one week.  Each day can be different from being a heavy day (more weightlifting) or Metcon Day (Metabolic Conditioning). There is a method to our programming. Trust it, commit, and believe and the RESULTS will show! 


The MEADE CrossFit programming is meant to be scaled and suitable for all ages and physical conditions. Anybody that has a body can be an athlete at MEADE CrossFit. The philosophy behind CrossFit training is an all inclusive lifestyle change.

What to Bring

You need only bring your commitment and hard work to doing your best. That’s all we ever ask of anyone at MCF. Anything less is only cheating yourself. Bring a bottled water and make sure you wear comfortable workout clothes and shoes. 

What to Expect

When you first start CrossFit don't expect to be hitting heavy weights or RXing a WOD. Your first 1-2 months will be geared towards learning the movements, mechanics, and technique. Yes, you will get a killer workout, but your main focus will be to learn and focus of technique.

FREE Trial

​Want to get a feel of CrossFit and help your decision? Your first week (3 workouts) are FREE!! Come in workout clothes and proper footwear. Be sure to eat a light snack/breakfast/meal (example: 1-2 hard broiled eggs, an apple, and few nuts)  about an hour before class. We offer FITAID (Performance and recovery drink) for $3, bottled water for a $1, and there is also a water fountain.