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Every CrossFit BootCamp Class Includes the Following:

  • Coverage of the 9 Basic Movements of CrossFit
  • Learning in a small group with other beginners
  • The Basics of Olympic Weightlifting
  • Nutrition 101 and the resources available to all WCF members
  • How to use our free online results tracking software
  • Your choice of a free karate lesson with Chuck Norris or 1 small vial of magic unicorn pee*
  • Every class is guaranteed to have some fun!


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When are the Boot Camp Classes?

M/W 9am or 6:30pm at our Gentile location (Wasatch CrossFit main location)
Tu/Th 10am at the Hwy 193 location (Wasatch CrossFit North location)
Sat Olympic Weightlifting Bootcamp 7:30-9am 1st and 3rd Saturday of every month
You are also encouraged to attend our Saturday beginners weightlifting class at 815am and are always welcome at our free Saturday 10am workout.

Why do I need a month?

Everyone needs the basics.  You won’t be an expert when you’re done but you’ll have a working knowledge of what it is you need to do to get the fitness you deserve.  Some people have even found they can now leap a tall building in a single bound after just 1 month.  Amazing!

How long is a Foundations class?

Typically 45 minutes to an hour

How much does it cost?


I’m ready to get started, now what?

CLICK HERE TO REGISTER Or you can call us:  801-593-8400.

I want to try it first, is that possible?

Yes!  You can try for free Crossfit with a certified trainer in a regular bootcamp session with one of our other bootcamp groups.  You can check out our facility, coaching, and experience the intensity Crossfit is famous for while being coached every step of the way.  Schedule it now.





FAQ’s about Boot Camp:

What kind of results can I expect?
If you’re consistent and disciplined with your eating and you attend all the workouts you can expect to lose 10-30lbs and drop multiple clothing sizes.  You’ll also be more energetic and healthier overall.  Physically you’ll gain core strength, lose fat while gaining lean body mass, and increase your strength, coordination, and agility.

What’s a daily workout session like?
Every workout is different.  Our warm-ups usually consist of light calisthenics followed by total body exercises to prepare your system for the upcoming session, and we culminate with exercises to cool the body down.

What if I can’t perform a certain exercise?
We will give you a modified alternative to strengthen your body.

Will you yell at us? I’m scared!
Abuse, harassment – we don’t go there, even if you want us to.  We know how to positively motivate.  More than anything we lead by example and create an atmosphere of excellence, discipline, and motivation.

What do I need to do to get started?
You’ll need a water bottle, comfortable athletic clothing, and a hand towel.  You’ll start off by scheduling your intro session and then decide if you’re ready to take the next step.

What about the weather?
We occasionally mix it up and train inside but most of your training will happen outdoors.

Who can/should attend?
CrossFit is designed for all fitness levels. You don’t have to be fit to start.  We’ll have elite level athletes working hard right next to a stay at home Mom who is recovering from her last pregnancy.

What are the times available?

M/W 9am or 6:30pm at our Gentile location (Wasatch CrossFit main location)
Tu/Th 10am at the Hwy 193 location (Wasatch CrossFit North location)

How Much does it cost?
As little as $10 per session.  Click Here to reach our customer service rep and get pricing information.


What’s next?

After you complete the Bootcamp it’s time to step up to Crossfit training 4-6x per week or you’re welcome to continue training 3 days per week.  Here’s Crossfit in 100 words, courtesy of Crossfit.com.
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.
Practice and train major lifts: Deadlift, clean, squat, presses, C&J, and snatch. Similarly, master the basics of gymnastics: pull-ups, dips, rope climb, push-ups, sit-ups, presses to handstand, pirouettes, flips, splits, and holds. Bike, run, swim, row, etc, hard and fast.
Five or six days per week mix these elements in as many combinations and patterns as creativity will allow.
Routine is the enemy. Keep workouts short and intense. Regularly learn and play new sports.

-By Crossfit Founder Greg Glasman.