Class Schedule

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Class Descriptions

Group WoD

Open to all levels after completing Foundations.

The Workout of the Day, or “WoD” is the primary training tool utilized at The Foundry.  Each workout contains a warm-up, a skill or strength component, and a conditioning element.  Classes are led by a head coach, who will structure the class and provide instruction.  An assistant coach may also be present.  Workouts change every day, but the same WoD is performed at each class time, so you are free to come in the morning, daytime, or evening.  Attend 3-5 classes per week for maximum results.

Team WOD

Open to all levels after completing Foundations.

A workout performed in teams of 2, 3, 4 or more!  Team workouts are held Saturday Mornings and do not contain skill or strength work, but instead challenge your endurance with a long METCON (Metabolic Conditioning).  Teamwork and camaraderie are essential!  Join us afterward for complementary coffee and fruit.

 

The Forge

Completed during your first 3-5 weeks as a new member.

Our introductory course for new members will prepare you to move safely and proficiently.  You must complete the private or partner sessions before advancing to the regular classes.  Morning, daytime, and evening sessions are available and scheduled directly with a coach.

Mobility

Open to all levels.

All athletes will at some point have their performance limited by their range of motion and ability to get into position.  Mobility is offered in 30 or 60-minute classes devoted entirely to improving range of motion, rehabilitati, n and injury prevention.  We use a variety of tools such as stretching, myofascial release, and “smashing” to increase flexibility, reduce inflammation, and improve performance.

Yoga for Athletes

Open to all levels.

Our Yoga class was developed specifically to address the needs of athletes.  During the hour we will address tightness and range of motion in the major muscle groups trained during that week’s programming.  Consistent practice will improve performance through improved range of motion, core strength, balance, and resiliency against injury.