What makes CrossFit Smithtown different compared to other CrossFit gyms?

The Experience. We take pride in our customer service and our coaches. We can also guarantee that there’s no other community like ours. The community welcomes everyone with open arms and support throughout your best hour of the day. 

I’ve never done CrossFit before, what can I expect?

You can expect your first class to be free! We want you to experience a regular class with the support of the community. No need to worry about your workout either. You’re going to learn the basics of every workout every time you step through our doors. We love to scale back our workouts and encourage you to push yourself at your own pace. No need to workout at lightning fast speed your first day. We just ask for your best effort. 

Do I need to be in shape for CrossFit first?

It doesn’t matter if you’re 5’9” and weight 120lbs or 5’0” and weight 320lbs, everyone all starts somewhere. We all have different strengths, weaknesses, goals, and dreams. We help you develop your strengths, conquer your weaknesses, and to help achieve your goals to make dreams come true. 

I’ve done CrossFit before,
but I had a bad experience.

We’re really sorry that you had a bad experience. We see that sometimes bad experiences occur for a few reasons. Maybe the facility wasn’t the right gym for you. Maybe the coach could’ve done a better job trying to help you out. Maybe the facility was fine and the coaching was great, but you went a little too hard your first day and was sore for days! These things can happen. The two top reasons people love our gym is our supportive coaching and our community. You should see it for yourself, for free!

Can I get hurt doing CrossFit?

Any physical activity has risks. We take safety extremely seriously. If we don’t think you’re ready to attempt a specific movement, we’re going to find something that works for you so you can still get a great workout in. If you’re doing something wrong, our job as coaches are to correct your movement. It’s not always about lifting heavy weight either. We can’t have you “lift heavy” with bad technique. That’s not smart for our bodies, and that’s not smart coaching if it’s allowed. 

Why is CrossFit expensive?

It’s actually not. It’s cheaper than any personal trainer that you’ve ever had. You have access to equipment, professional workouts that can be scaled for all levels, a free online workout log, and a direct line to a coach at anytime. It’s a best case scenario!

I want to join CrossFit Smithtown, but I don’t want to be a in contract.

Great! We don’t want you to be in a contract either! We believe in flexible freedom if you need it when “life” happens. We offer month-to-month Auto-Renewal on the 1st and 15th of each month depending on when you join, and we prorate your membership if it’s a few days after or a few days before.

I’m a parent, do you allow children in the gym?

The majority of our members are parents who love to work hard and be fit. We allow them to bring their children because we want them to see what Mom and Dad do! It’s important. Most children are in strollers and the ones who are not sit patiently on the couch. We also want them to be safe.

Do you offer Kids Classes and Teens Classes?

Our Kids and Teens Classes are offered at specific times during the year. We offer 8-Week Programs that are available at select days and times. We do allow High School Teens in regular classes at a student monthly rate.

Do you have social media?

Of course! We encourage anyone to follow us on Instagram (@cfsmithtown) & Facebook for the latest news for what’s going on inside CrossFit Smithtown and if you have interest in joining us!

I don’t use Facebook or Instagram. How do I know about updates with the gym?

Starting July 1st 2019, Our community will be using an app called “Band,” to communicate all important and vital announcements. Example: If there’s a snow storm and the gym has to close, you’ll receive a notification on your phone. This app is FREE for anyone and it does not require the use of social media. So, Zuckerburg will not own your info =),