Recently you will have seen that SugarWOD tracks have been renamed, the gym timetable has more classes than ever before across a wider variety of options, there is a fully loaded SCCF store online and there is more free programming available to SCCF members than ever before.
But what does this all mean? Why have we done this? Who is each bit for?
This is a renamed version of what we were already offering - one hour long CrossFit classes featuring high intensity functional movements and a wide amount of variance. These classes will constantly challenge members with loading, movement selection and movement complexity.
These fresh additions to the timetable are half hour classes on a Monday, Wednesday and Friday at 1745 and 1815. They feature high intensity functional movements with a lower amount of complexity and variance. They are a great option for people who are short on time and need to get in and get out. Thanks to the reduction in complexity, they also allow new members to join a group environment straight away. They are a great start point in anyone’s fitness journey and either help scaffold people towards SC60 classes or become a brilliant standalone fitness program in their own right. If this is something that you or someone you know is looking for, drop us an email to email@example.com
Some people may want or need more than the SC60 or SC30 programming to move towards their goals in a more efficient way. These people are encouraged to look at the Extra Credit track on SugarWOD. Each day will have a variety of complimentary pieces for that day’s class, depending on what the class was, including Strength, Gymnastics, Conditioning and Aesthetics. We strongly encourage members to discuss their goals with a member of staff before starting picking up some Extra Credit pieces, and please stick with one thread for 4-6 weeks before reassessing your goals.
On a Tuesday and Saturday we have standalone weightlifting focused classes with the goal of improving both people’s weightlifting technique and overall strength levels. Expect more focus on weightlifting and strength training with limited conditioning.