There are three ways to get started. Choose the one that is right for you.

1: The Slate Intro Class

  • “I am new to Strength Training / Functional Fitness.”
  • “I want to learn about Slate’s approach to fitness.”
  • “I want to see and tour the facility.”
  • “I want to experience Slate to see if it’s a good fit.”

2: The Elements Course

  • “I am new to Strength Training / Functional Fitness.”
  • “I am ready to get started at Slate!”

3: Your First SlateFit Class

  • “I am experienced with Strength Training / Functional Fitness.”
  • “I want to try out Slate to see if it’s a good fit.”

This class is free!

1: The Slate Intro Class

Saturdays | 10:00 AM

The Slate Intro Class is perfect if you are new to strength training, high intensity interval training, functional fitness, or just want to see if Slate is right for you.

The Intro Class is held every Saturday at 10 a.m. and is free! Led by a Slate Coach, you will be given a facility tour, information about our approach to lifelong fitness, and of course, a “try it out” Workout Of the Day [WOD]. So come prepared to learn and move!

Included in your membership!

Elements

4-Class Course

The Elements Course is led by one of our professional coaches and is designed to set you up for success prior to entering our classes. We cover the basics of our strength training and conditioning program as well as the science behind our approach. The class covers the basics of Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics, and other movements we do in class.

Our top priority is athlete safety so it is important that all our athletes have a basic understanding of the movements going into a regular class session. But don’t worry, we go over the technical aspects of the movements every class, every time! And our coaches are there to help every class, every time!

These 4 Elements classes are included in the purchase of your first month’s membership.

Complimentary Class!

3: Your First SlateFit Class

If you are an experienced athlete looking to try the Slate experience, we would enjoy having you join us for a complimentary Slate Fit class.

Please note that due to Covid-19 restrictions, space is limited so we need to reserve your spot consistent with our guidelines.

We are excited to have you join us!  Please contact us for your initial consultation and scheduling!

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Nutrition

Nutrition Coaching

Getting healthy is just as much about nutrition as it is fitness. In this program, you’ll learn about what to eat for optimal health and which foods will help you achieve your goals.

Online Coaching

If you’re unable to make it into the gym, take advantage of our at-home online-only membership. This programming is designed to be done at home with bodyweight and minimal equipment. Outside of our gym, this is the next best thing.

FAQ

Frequently Asked Questions

CrossFit is a precise combination of exercise and nutrition that has been proven to increase fitness and health for people of all ages and abilities. CrossFit is founded on the first scientifically rigorous definition of fitness: The program produces observable results that can be measured and replicated.
Yes. Everyone can do CrossFit regardless of age, injuries and current fitness levels. The program is modified for each person to help him or her safely become healthier and fitter. Grandparents and Olympians can perform modified versions of the same general workout.
No. CrossFit is the program that will get you in shape. No matter what your current fitness level is, you can start CrossFit. As you become fitter, workouts will become more challenging. Every workout is designed to help you succeed, improve fitness and move you toward your goals.
Yes. CrossFit training is very safe, and sitting on your couch is actually incredibly dangerous. In CrossFit boxes, credentialed trainers provide precise instructions and coaching to help people move safely and efficiently, helping people avoid all the diseases that come from inactivity, obesity and poor nutrition.
CrossFit improves general physical preparedness (GPP). We have designed our program to elicit as broad an adaptational response as possible. CrossFit is not a specialized fitness program but a deliberate attempt to optimize physical competence in each of 10 fitness domains: cardiovascular/respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy. CrossFit was developed to enhance an individual’s competency at all physical tasks. People who do CrossFit are prepared for all challenges, whether they come in the gym, on a playing field or as part of daily life.
CrossFit holds a uniquely elegant solution to the greatest problem facing the world today: chronic disease. The CrossFit program—constantly varied high-intensity functional movement coupled with meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar—can give you a pass on chronic disease. If you are not sick, know that fitness provides a great margin of protection against the ravages of time and disease. Fitness is and should be “super-wellness.” To improve or preserve your health, do CrossFit.
The short answer: Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch, and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat. To optimize health and fitness, you will need to measure and record intake, evaluate performance and potentially change intake until the desired results are achieved. This approach to diet is no different than the CrossFit approach to workouts. To start, we recommend everyone give the baseline Zone Diet prescription a try for four weeks. Doing so will help you establish measurable, observable, repeatable data on your input (food) and output (performance). Once you have completed a minimum baseline term of four weeks, you might find you have to make adjustments to the prescription until you achieve optimal levels of health and fitness. This type of measured, systematic self-observation will be the best guide as to whether you should eat any type of food or implement any diet “strategy.” For instance, experimentation will give you valuable information on grains, legumes, dairy, and salt, and it can even help you plan the frequency and timing of your meals. You might need to adjust your food intake for your lifestyle, goals, discipline, commitment level, etc. You might choose to experiment with supplementation, post-workout nutrition, fasting and so on. You might choose to include a cheat meal, eat more fat, consume more food, etc. Overall, diet is specific to each individual, and you can optimize your diet by carefully tracking input and output.

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