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CrossFit can be defined as a lifestyle that is characterized by safe, effective exercise and sound nutrition. CrossFit can be used to accomplish any goal, from improved health to weight loss to better performance. The program works for everyone—people who are just starting out and people who have trained for years.


High intensity Interval training

HIIT is a cardio session arranged as short bursts of very hard work. The whole point of high-intensity training is to kick up the intensity of your cardio. In order to qualify as true HIIT, you’ll need to push yourself to the max during every set. That’s why they’re short—anywhere from 20 to 90 seconds, typically. It’s the opposite of going for a long run where you ration your energy in order to sustain the activity for longer.

1 Time Single & Small Group training

High-intensity interval training (HIIT), also called high-intensity intermittent exercise (HIIE) or sprint interval training (SIT), is a form of interval training, a cardiovascular exercise strategy alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods, until too exhausted to continue. Though there is no universal HIIT session duration, these intense workouts typically last under 30 minutes, with times varying based on a participant’s current fitness level. The duration of HIIT also depends on the intensity of the session.

HIIT workouts provide improved athletic capacity and condition as well as improved glucose metabolism. Research has shown that HIIT regimens produced significant reductions in the fat mass of the whole-body.

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Physical Therapy & Assessements

Physical examination is the process of evaluating objective anatomic findings through the use of observation, palpation, percussion, and auscultation. The information obtained must be thoughtfully integrated with the patient’s history and pathophysiology. Moreover, it is a unique situation in which both patient and physician understand that the interaction is intended to be diagnostic and therapeutic. The physical examination, thoughtfully performed, should yield 20% of the data necessary for patient diagnosis and management.

Almost without exception, some medical history about the patient is available at the time of the physical examination. Rarely, there may be no history, or at best brief recordings of acute events. Information pertinent to the physical examination can be learned from observation of speech, gestures, habits, gait, and manipulation of features and extremities. Interactions with relatives and staff are often revealing. Pigmentary changes such as cyanosis, jaundice, and pallor may be noted. Diaphoresis, blanching, and flushing may provide clues about vasomotor tone related to mood or physiologic abnormalities. 

what They’re Saying

Client Testimonials

Collen / Member

Craic is helping me feel better about myself, feel stronger and healthier in a supportive environment. I feel Craic cares about its members and their personal success at the gym without being judgmental. Everyone has their own process and you let people figure out what that is for them without pushing.

Steve R /Member

I was becoming very bored with my old ‘regular’ gym… I was looking forward to any excuse not to go.  Now I drive to Craic and I’m excited to do whatever it is we’re going to do. This place reignited my passion for competition and gave me something else to care about.  And now I know more people. It’s what I look forward to every day, for sure.

Beth / Member

I’m arming myself to age well.  I feel good, I’m challenged, and I’m getting over fears and challenges inside and outside the gym.  It’s a way of life, not just a workout. Craic is fun, challenging, and it is always different. And I am in better shape than I was at age 20.  None of my health markers are ever bad. I feel very strong, my posture is better, and I think if those things are getting better as I’m getting older that’s such a great thing!

Steve S / Member

I want to be viable as an 85 year old. I’m 45 now, so that’s 40 more years to plan for. I’m in the “use it or lose it” stage of life now with respect to my mind and body, and Craic and fitness is the best thing I could be doing towards that end.


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