We do not compete with price. 

We compete with the QUALITY of your experience in a top-notch facility

and the RESULTS you’ll get


We have taken the best part of private training, which is the personalized attention and coaching, with the best part of a group class, which is the energy and the motivation, and combined them into one program.  If you are serious about your fitness and your health, and you are committed to achieving your goals, come in to check us out for free!


Out of town drop in fee - $20 cash. E-mail to notify us you are coming and to see if there is space in class. If you are here for an extended period of time please email us to work out a rate. Steve@crossfitignite.com



$160 (3 month contract)




$85 (3 month contract)


 **Special family rate. Each aditional family member within the same house hold**

**$110 per month.**

*After one full membership is purchased, offer is up to the discretion of CrossFit Ignite*

Personal Training Fundamentals:

Our fundamentals (personal training) program is going to look a lot different than the CrossFit group exercise class.

Yes, you will eventually have the option to graduate to CrossFit group classes; however, before that we need to ensure that you are both competent in the CrossFit movements and fit enough to safely join group classes. To do this, we use established physical Benchmarks to monitor your fitness progress.

With that in mind, you will start off by completing 10-20 one-on-one or two-on-one private training sessions, where you will be with your coach, as well as possibly an apprentice coach. Our instructors are awesome coaches and individuals, they will help you with working towards your goals.

During your 10-20 personal training sessions (the number depends on your personal fitness level and physical abilities), you will become familiar with the CrossFit movements (30-40 movements), things like Olympic weightlifting, power lifting, gymnastics and rowing. You will also learn about mobility, injury prevention and nutrition.

Why Personal Training?

Learning movements that are required for improved fitness – movements like squats, snatches and pull-ups – take time, as does improving your mobility, your endurance, your speed and your power.

We used to throw people into group classes right away, but we found this to be a recipe for failure. Students weren’t prepared; they didn’t move well; they didn’t understand their capabilities; they over-trained; they got injured. Or they were simply too intimidated to even show up to a class.

Improving your fitness is a slow process. Everyone has different strengths and weaknesses when they show up at our doors. Some students struggle with mobility, others with stability, others yet come to us two months after having knee surgery and need to be tended with care. And on the other end of the spectrum, some athletes arrive at our door well conditioned with an extensive athletic background.

The point is we all have different needs when we start a new strength and conditioning program. It doesn’t make sense to throw you right into classes before you have properly learned the movements. So at our school, by the time you graduate to classes, you’ll have a good understanding of all movements, and you will know exactly how to scale each movement if you’re not yet able to master everything.

This also means that by the time you get to classes you will feel confident and comfortable showing up to hit the workout with the group.

CrossFit Group Classes:

Once you’re competent in the CrossFit movements and reach our graduation requirements, you are eligible to begin group classes.

During group classes, you’ll push yourself and sweat it out with like-minded individuals, as you compete with yourself (and others, if you choose) for rounds, time, points, glory, emotional satisfaction and spiritual growth. You will reach new physical and emotional levels you didn’t think were possible, and you will undoubtedly find yourself with a new social and support network, who will help you on your continued path to greater health and happiness.

Refresher One-on-One Sessions:

Every four months, it is recommended you meet with your personal coach for a one-on-one session, where you will work on your weaknesses, or on technical movements you want extra help with.

You can meet with your coach more often for one-on-one coaching if you want additional help with strength training, gymnastics, mobility or nutrition consultations.

E-mail Coach Steve at steve@crossfitignite.com with any questions!