Programs - CrossFit Lake Placid

CrossFit Classes

crossfit classes

Constantly varied, functional movements, done at high intensity. The CrossFit class focuses on the Workout of the Day (WOD) as posted on the website. The WODs are scaled and modified to each athlete’s level and performed at the highest intensity that the individual can sustain with good form and proper technique. We will start our Workout of the Day with a warm-up, stretching, and strength/skill work immediately followed by the day’s preprogramed workout. The class concludes with a cool-down, stretch, and mobility exercise..

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Personal Training

Available by Appointment

What better way to improve your fitness level than with personalized coaching for some of the highest-quality Trainers there are to offer! Stop in or contact us to find out more regarding this individualized approach towards building a stronger, fitter you.


Weightlifting classes are geared for those looking to improve their Olympic lifting skills and strength training. These classes allow members to focus on Power lifting or Olympic lifting outside normal CrossFit class times. Weightlifting classes are perfect for beginners as well as advanced athletes.


crossfit personal training

SWEAT classes are geared for those looking to burn calories and work up a sweat through longer, cardio-based workouts.
These classes are also a great option for those who want to increase their aerobic capacity, or just improve their cardio-vascular health in general.


STRETCH classes utilize the daily ROMWOD videos, which are designed to increase range of motion, optimize athletic performance, and promote recovery, healing, and longevity.

CrossFit for children ages 5-13

crossfit kids

CrossFit to children ages 5-13. Focuses on the principle of Mechanics, Consistency and then Intensity, CrossFit Kids emphasizes good movement throughout childhood and adolescence. Consistently good mechanics translates to physical literacy, enhanced sports performance and fewer sports injuries for kids. Not only that, a vast body of research indicates that exercise is beneficial to cognitive function.