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The group training sessions at AMRAP are like a personal Training Session DAILY. At a fraction of the cost. AMRAP Fitness provides a small group training environment. We cap our group training at a 10 person maximum. This enables us to provide members with a higher quality of training and individualized attention: Therefore, you will not get lost in the mix of huge classes.

Our Programs

As professionals in the field of fitness we understand that there is not a one size fits all approach the fitness. AMRAP Fitness provides several different programs to fit your personal goals. If you prefer training in a one on one setting we offer personal training with our experienced, fun, and motivated staff members.

In addition, we have several different group classes which are explain in detail below.

AMRAP training/ Crossfit

Our training is a lifestyle characterized by safe, effective exercise and sound nutrition. This style of training can be used to accomplish any goal, from improved health to weight loss to better performance. The program works for everyone—people who are just starting out and people who have trained for years.

What about the workouts?

The magic is in the movements. Workouts are different every day and modified to help each athlete achieve his or her goals. AMRAP workouts can be adapted for people at any age and level of fitness.

Gofit (HIIT)

GoFit is an alternative program based on a circuit/interval style class. The class is typically 55 minutes including warm ups and cool downs. Please see schedule for class availability. Space is limited & class reservations are mandatory. 

Exercises included: Air assault bikes/ Ski ergs/ rowing machines/ battling ropes/ jump ropes/ kettlebells/ dumbbells/ medicine balls/ plyometrics/ and body weight movements. You are not going to get this experience in another class.

If you looking to burn calories, get lean, build endurance, and get fit, then this is the class for you.


HIIT, or high intensity interval training has become one of the most popular fitness trends of the 2018 and for good reason.

The core of HIIT is to give high-intensity effort for quick bursts followed by short periods of rest. For example, a person may give maximum effort while sprinting for 30 seconds followed by 60 seconds of recovery time. This process is then repeated multiple times for a total workout length of 10 to 30 minutes.

Research has shown that HIIT pumps up the heart rate and burns more calories in less time than standard aerobic workouts. Studies found that 20 minutes of high intensity interval training can produce the same aerobic and anaerobic benefits as exercising for twice as long with steady, continuous effort.

HIIT is able to achieve these results by putting the body into a state of prolonged recovery where calories and fat are being burned up to a full day after completing a workout!This class gets in and out of the gym all in an hours time.


This is a 4 day a week program (4:30pm- Monday/ Tuesday/ Thursday/Friday).

Typically, we incorporate a lower body lift on Monday’s & Thursday’s, and an upper body lift on Tuesday’s & Friday’s. The lifting session is followed by conditioning and accessory exercises. These accessory movements are focused primarily on individuals posterior muscle groups.

We follow basic lifting techniques as well as the Westside Barbell Method, also known as the “Conjugate Method”, was developed by Louie SimmonsWestside Barbell, the gym, has produced more multiply world record holders than any other single gym in the history of powerlifting. To this day, the Westside Barbell Book of Methods is one of the most interesting works I’ve ever read on powerlifting – albeit also one of the more incoherent and contradictory works as well.


AMRAP Fitness Obstacle Course Training (OCT) program prepares athletes for a strong performance at obstacle races such as Spartan Race, Warrior Dash, Tough Mudder, Savage Race, and more! 

In addition, if you’re tired of reps at the gym or jogging aimlessly, our AMRAP Fitness OCT Program is a great way to increase your fitness via a non-traditional workout regimen. Our OCT Program and experienced coaches will guide you through all aspects of obstacle course racing. Together, not only getting you in shape for the races, but also instructing you on strategies and skills for completing races in the most efficient ways possible.

These group workouts will include the very mental as well as physical obstacles encountered on race day: building your confidence & aerobic capacity, strategizing obstacles, rope climbs, cargo nets, peg boards, rope ladders, rings, bucket carries, sandbag carries, monkey bars, and more. 

Additionally, the training will include running so you can efficiently move from obstacle to obstacle on race day. Our group workouts allow athletes to push and encourage each other, thus building mental and physical toughness, and improving athletic performance. Our coaches are highly experienced, knowledgeable, and will appropriately challenge and motivate participants to achieve race day goals. 

AMRAP Fitness OCT program challenges all levels of athletes, beginner to experienced. Our OCT programming focuses on technique/skill first before being introduced to intensity & volume. Which in turn ensures proper adaptation to the training.  Regular benchmark workouts are included in the program to track fitness progress. Sessions will cover a specific skill component such as rope climbs, lifting techniques, climbing, carrying odd objects, and more that are set up in a clinic style. Thus, preparing participants going into race day completely ready for every obstacle that comes your way.

By appointment ONLY



This class is intended as a jump off point for clients/athletes to systematically begin to address their nasty tissues and limited joint mobility. “Mobility WOD” is an aggressive means of restoring one’s flexibility and mobility, as well as one’s range of motion. In addition, please know that you are responsible for your own self and your own well-being, and it is highly recommended that you do your own due diligence on your own as well. PLEASE don't wait until you acquire an injury. BE PROACTIVE and DO MOBILITY.