Designed to equip anyone with the tools they’ll need to be successful within the CrossFit TT community, the CFTT On-Ramp Program both orients individuals with, and physically and mentally prepare individuals for CrossFit TT’s proprietary training methodology. Over the course of four 75-90 minute group-training sessions, attendees learn to perform the principal functional movements utilized by the CrossFit TT Group Training Program. Upon completing the four sessions, and participating in a Functional Movement Screen issued at the end of the 4th class, attendees are assigned to a Program Track they can follow at each Group Training Class, and are permitted to enroll in any of CrossFit TT’s Group Training Program classes During each session attendees:
- Learn to perform a series of movements commonly used in CrossFit Threshold Training’s Group Training Classes;
- Practice the movements under the guidance of a CFTT Coach;
- Identify (and begin to rectify) any deficiencies in strength or mobility that could prohibit them from properly performing the movements;
- Apply their newly acquired skills in a Group Workout.
Flexibility + Personalization = The CrossFit TT 1-on1 On-Ramp. Worried that your schedule won’t work for the two week on-ramp? Feel more comfortable working in a private setting prior to joining a larger group? Not a problem. CrossFit TT also offers a 1-on-1 On-Ramp Program. Like a series of personal training appointments, the 1-on-1 On-Ramp enables athletes to work exclusively with a CFTT coach at times convenient for their schedule.
Please Note: Effective 2/11/13, completion of the CrossFit TT On-Ramp program is a mandatory pre-requisite for new members within to participate in CrossFit TT’s Group Training Classes. Athletes who’ve completed an on-ramp program with another affiliate may test-out of the program. Existing CrossFit TT members are exempt from this requirement, but are welcome to register for the Program. Members returning from an extended absence may be required to complete the program depending on the length of their absence, and level of exposure to the movements covered in the curriculum prior to their leave.