Register for a free intro class! The intro class gives you firsthand experience doing a real CrossFit workout in a coached environment. You get to visit the gym, meet the trainer and see for yourself what all the fuss is about. Reserve your spot in a free intro class.
If you liked the intro and you want to get started, the next step is to enroll as a member. We have different programming tracks for different ability levels so you won’t get in over your head. If you’re brand new to CrossFit we recommend that you start with our Foundations programming.
Come to class. Consistency is the key to success, and we’ll support you every step of the way. If you are a chronic absentee, expect a check-in call from a trainer. We’ll want to know what’s keeping you out of the gym and do our best to fix it.
Participate. One of the things that makes TwinTown CrossFit different and special is our community. We host events, seminars, and challenges that bring all of our athletes together in a fun, social environment. Community is a key component of the success you will achieve here. You will be astonished at what you can accomplish when you have a cheering section at your back.
If you have any questions, please call 612-208-1490. We’d love to help!
Do I have to do the intro? I’m already in good shape.
Yes. We want to make sure that we understand your fitness and health goals, as well as your challenges and needs. The intro session is an opportunity for you to talk with a trainer and “kick the tires”. Without this experience you won’t truly know if TwinTown CrossFit is right for you.
How much does a membership cost?
Our memberships range from $145 to $235 depending on how much you wish to train, and for how long. We don’t charge a deposit, and there are no hidden fees or up-charges. Since we’re committed to matching each athlete with the right membership, we prefer to discuss pricing and package details in person. Give us a call at (612) 208-1490 to schedule your free intro session!
Do you offer a punch card or class pass?
As a courtesy to our current clients we do not sell punch cards or class passes. Punch cards primarily appeal to individuals with low commitment and we want our clients to surround themselves with high-committers. Mutual accountability with a motivated training cohort is what makes our gym special.
Can I drop into a class?
If you work out at a CrossFit affiliate in another state you are welcome to drop in during your visit. However, we have a class reservation system and limit our classes to 9 people at a time. So please contact firstname.lastname@example.org 24 hours in advance, so that we can make a reservation for you.
I’m really out of shape. I have injuries. I’m old. Is CrossFit for me?
Your current physical condition is only as important as you make it. We have clients from six to sixty-five years of age, ranging from cancer survivors to former NFL players. We also have many pregnant clients who train throughout their entire pregnancy. All of these clients are having fun, while training safely and productively. This is possible because 1) our classes are small so we can give you individual attention 2) CrossFit can be scaled to any ability level and 3) our coaches are Level 2 FMS specialists with a wealth of experience teaching safe, healthful movement patterns.
How big are your classes?
We limit our classes to 9 athletes at a time. This coach-to-athlete ratio ensures that you will get personalized coaching and attention in every class. You never have to wait for equipment and you won’t get lost in the crowd.
Don’t CrossFit women get big and bulky?
If you are an elite CrossFit athlete who does nothing but eat, sleep, and train multiple times a day you may in fact get “bulky”. But if you have a “grown-up” life with a real job and social life and responsibilities, this is not a realistic concern. On average our female athletes lose about 3 inches from waist and hip after several months of training. So a more realistic concern is what to do with all of your old clothes?
Do you have showers?
Our Uptown facility has a shower.
How long are your classes?
Our classes are scheduled for one hour. The substance of a class varies from day to day but there is generally a warm-up, joint preparation, skill instruction and a main workout, followed by a cool-down.
Do I have to come to classes on specific days or at a specific time?
No. Our memberships are metered by the month, rather than by the week, meaning each month you have a “bucket” of classes which you can utilize however you see fit. That being said, we strongly encourage our members to stick to a consistent training schedule.