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At CrossFit Infiltrate, we believe it's never too late to be something you've never been. But in order to be something you've never been, you're going to have to do something you've never done. The hardest part is taking the first step, that's on you! But once you make the decision, you won't find a more supportive community from top to bottom. We take a wholistic approach to fitness and put proper movement before intensity. Nutrition, sleep, water-intake, mobility, mentality, community, accountability, and connection to our environment are the pillars we use to build a qulity life. Located right on Indy's beautiful canal, we have a new, full-service CrossFit facility open to the public capable of helping you achieve your goals. We have people getting off diabetes medicine, we have people getting their first pull at over 50 years old, we have people trainging for professional sports, and everyting in between. Whatever you're looking for, our classes will challenge you as they are scaled to your level from beginner to advanced!
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CrossFit is a full body workout incorporating high-intensity interval training, weightlifting, plyometrics, endurance, and strongman. Each class or Work Out of the Day (WOD) is different and is taught by an experienced and certified instructor. Designed with functional movement in mind, CrossFit will make you stronger, faster, and most importantly: Fit.
"The needs of the Olympic athlete and our grandparents differ by degree not kind." We scale the program so that elite athletes and grandmothers can do a variation of the same workout side-by-side and both get a great stimulus. Weights, movements, and reps can all be modified in order to accomplish this. All we need from you is commitment.
CrossFit is "constantly varied functional movement executed at relative high intensity."
When you step into our facility, you will see the Infiltrate difference. We have lots of beautiful outdoor space. Pull the rowers out to face the canal as you burn through a WOD. Though our equipment and studio space is of the highest quality, our coaches, members, and community is what really sets us apart. Our workout space was built with CrossFit in mind.
Ultimately it is our care and commitment to you that will separate us. We will listen to your input, and always put the client first.
We limit class sizes so that you can get the attention you need. During our On Ramp classes, we are dedicating a lot of individual focus to laying your foundation. We will get to know how you move and be able to help you out as you develop with us.
Even in the group classes, you can expect specific instruction and coaching. We will always have an eye to make sure everyone is staying safe while at the same time motivating you to push yourself beyond what you thought was possible.
We can all agree that carelessness is not safe. Now, I should also say that with any physical activity, there’s going to be aches and pains along the way. A car that never gets used never needs to go to the mechanic. So, as you begin to become active you may experience some discomfort in the shoulder for example. That doesn’t mean that CrossFit caused it, but probably means that the disfunction that was already there is becoming visible because you’re starting to use it in CrossFit.
We will help you as much as we can with these things, but there is also a good deal of responsibility on the individual to maintain their health and safety.
We will spend sufficient time and energy warming up, strengthening, and securing the joints in our classes.
Express Class: Express Classes are designed to be a bit shorter (45 minutes) and focus on cardio vascular health. In Express, use CrossFit methodology and functional movements in order to get you in shape. We do not use some of the more technical and complicated movements like handstand push ups or muscle ups, and we don’t spend a lot of time on complex barbell movements. We do use a lot of interval training, bodyweight exercise, medicine balls, kettlebell work, rowing, and run/walking. This is not to say you won’t get stronger in these classes, but for those not interested in heavy barbell training, this is probably the class for you.
On Ramp Course: Everyone's needs are different, and On Ramp allows us further assessment and development of the basic skills needed for our classes.
Regular Classes: Regular Classes, Group Class (typical CrossFit Class,) and Open Gym classes. On Ramp or extensive CrossFit experience is required for these classes. Even in Regular classes, we will scale movements and weights according to individual need, and will always put safety first. See the schedule here.