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CrossFit Unlimited Membership (Includes all classes, Kid's classes, and Child Care):
CrossFit Unlimited Punch Card (For any class, excludes Kids):
$100 for 10 classes
Couples CrossFit Unlimited Membership:
$270/month for couple
Unlimited Open Gym:
Drop In (For any class, excludes Kids):
CrossFit Kid's Membership Ad On (Included with parent CrossFit Unlimited Membership):
$10 drop in
Child Care Ad On (Included with parent CrossFit Unlimited Membership):
$5 drop in
$200 for four required personal training sessions
Find Your Fit
Maven Fitness prides itself on its commitment to having a program to suit every individual. From preschoolers to seasoned veterans, we are confident you will be able to find the classes that perfectly fit you and your goals.
We have CrossFit classes everyday from early morning until late evening. These classes are fun, challenging, and constantly varied. From a novice to a CrossFit Games athlete, these classes can be tailored to perfectly fit you and your fitness level. Come join one of our CrossFit classes and experience the incredible camaraderie at Maven Fitness.
Mavenfit is a bootcamp style class for those interested in prioritizing endurance and skill development over pure strength. It is the perfect starting point for someone new to our unique style of fitness, and can be a great transition into starting CrossFit. The foundation classes are not required to take part in our Mavenfit classes, so come join some awesome people in a great bootcamp workout.
On Thursday mornings and evenings, we offer Strongman classes. This class compliments our regular CrossFit programming while offering a chance to work on unique strength building movements. The Strongman class is a perfect way to have some fun while getting strong alongside of great people. This class also works toward CrossFit’s goal of “regularly learn(ing) and play(ing) new sports”.
Every Saturday morning we offer our Herofit class. Herofit is greatly enjoyed by our members. Each week, the class does a different CrossFit Hero Workout to honor a fallen soldier who sacrificed his or her life for the safety of our country. There is something extra special about doing one of these workouts for a reason greater than yourself. It is made even better with an amazing group of people that encourage you to push yourself beyond what you thought possible.
The adults aren’t the only ones that get to have fun at our gym. Every Saturday morning we have our Mini Mavens CrossFit Kids classes. There are two separate classes for ages 3-8 and 9-12. We want to capitalize on kids' inherent desire to play, and use it to help instill a healthy relationship with fitness in them from an early age. CrossFit Kids is also a great tool to help children improve in all of their other sports because of its unique ability to work overall coordination, agility, endurance, strength, confidence, and camaraderie.
Specific Muscle Training
This class targets specific muscle groups and movements that aid in becoming better at CrossFit and Strongman while bettering overall health. The goal is for the strength learned and obtained in this class to be directly implemented into the lives of those in it. As Arnold Schwarzenegger once said, "The resistance that you fight physically in the gym, and the resistance that you fight in life, can only build a strong character".
For our little kiddos, we offer child care some weekday mornings. We have a designated kids' area in our gym with toys and activities to keep our Mini Mavens entertained while their parents workout. During the designated times, this area will be supervised by one of our staff members to keep your kids safe and having fun. This child care is for kids ages six months to 5 years old.
Foundations (for CrossFit)
The “Foundations” are exactly as they sound. These classes cover the basics we build upon. Crossfit is grounded in a principle called virtuosity; doing the common uncommonly well. This concept suggests that all skill acquisition correlates with mastering basics. A figure skater must first learn to skate very well forward and backward, prior to developing a triple axel. There’s no one in the world that can perform a strict ring muscle up that cannot demonstrate a really good push up. A strong foundation is vital to success. Schedule your Foundations today. Contact email@example.com to get started.