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CFS Bootcamp is a high-energy fitness class with moves that cater for total beginners to total addicts

Are you looking to get into shape, but don’t know where to start? Tired of the typical gym and want to try out group classes? If you find the thought of regular CrossCit classes intimidating, we have a perfect solution for you! Bootcamp is a great way to build up your endurance, strength, and core using basic bodyweight movements, plyometrics, running, rowing, kettlebells, dumbbells, and med balls — it’s a great introduction to our training methodology and you can jump right in — no intro classes needed!

Classes are currently offered Monday thru Friday at 6:30am and 6:30pm.

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What to know for your first Bootcamp class

Here at Crossfit South, our daily programming is built around a framework of strength movements—squats, presses, deadlifts, and the Olympic lifts. While we believe that virtuosity in these movements is an important part of your athletic development, we understand that not everyone shares our enthusiasm for heavy lifting.

That’s where Bootcamp comes in. These challenging, high-intensity workouts will keep you moving, utilizing a variety of bodyweight movements and lighter weights. Make no mistake: This class isn’t a walk in the park. In a proper 45 or 60-minute workout, you’ll exercise just about every muscle in your body!

We currently offer our Bootcamp classes Monday thru Friday at 6:30am and 6:30pm, as well as Sundays for Sunday Funday. Our full schedule is HERE and is updated to reflect any changes. More class times coming soon, vote for your favorite time at the gym!

Send us an email if you’re interested in getting started, your first class is FREE! We also offer a class every Saturday morning that’s available to everyone, bring a friend! Just make sure to check the schedule and RSVP to secure your spot!

Who is Bootcamp For?

  • Fitness beginners who are interested in CrossFit but want to build up some conditioning and basic strength first
  • Fit individuals who are tired of the globogym scene and want the variety and intensity of group classes
  • Crossfit athletes who need a break from barbell lifting or deconditioned athletes coming back after taking time off
  • Individuals who have an injury that prevents them from lifting heavy weight but still want to get in shape

What to Bring to Class

  • Water bottle (water + cups will be available)
  • Towel (cleaning cloths will be provided)
  • Comfortable shirts or tank tops
  • Athletic shorts or pants
  • Tennis shoes or trainers
  • High-impact sports bra (women)
Sample Workouts