What is CrossFit

CrossFit is the principal strength and conditioning program for many police academies and tactical operations teams, military special operations units, champion martial artists, and hundreds of other elite and professional athletes worldwide.

CrossFit, our sole training method, delivers you a program that is broad, general, and inclusive. Our workouts consist of varied combinations of Weightlifting, Gymnastics, and Mono-structural Metabolic Conditioning (Cardio). While our workouts might not be easy, they do produce real, measurable results for all levels of fitness–from children to adults, and everything in between because of its universal scalability. By adjusting the load of a lift, length of a workout, and/or the intensity

By adjusting the load of a lift, length of a workout, and/or the intensity in the workout we can help people of all different fitness levels. Yes, that means whether you are an experienced fitness buff or a retired couch potato you can benefit from CrossFit. There isn’t a strength and conditioning program out there that is as efficient and effective.

What Matters

What matters is that you are positive, accountable, motivated, determined, and hardworking. What matters is that YOU want to get into the best shape of your life and along the way, you encourage others to do the same.

So if you are ready to change your life for the better, for the fitter. If you want to LIVE BETTER, then don’t waste another day! Email us!

3, 2, 1… GO!  April@CrossFit720.com

CrossFit Terms

All CrossFit Terms:


  • AMRAP: As many Repetitions (or Rounds) As Possible – typically in a specified timeframe
  • As Rx’d: As prescribed – the suggested parameters for a given exercise
  • Box: A CrossFit gym
  • BW: Body weight
  • CFT: CrossFit Total – The combined weight of your max squat, press, and deadlift
  • Chipper: A workout with many reps and many movements (you chip away at it)
  • C&J: Clean and Jerk (Olympic Weightlifting exercise)
  • CTB or C2B: Chest to Bar (as in pull ups)
  • DL: Dead lift (Olympic Weightlifting exercise)
  • DU’s: Double Unders – two turns of the jump rope per jump
  • EMOM: Every Minute on the Minute
  • HSPU – Hand Stand Push-Up
  • KB: Kettle Bell
  • K2E: Knees to Elbows (similar to T2B)
  • Kick Up: Set up for the HSPU
  • MetCon: Metabolic Conditioning
  • MU: Muscle Up – A combination of a pull-up and a ring dip
  • OHS: Overhead squat (Olympic weightlifting exercise)
  • PJ: Push Jerk (Olympic weightlifting exercise)
  • PR: Personal Record
  • Rep: A repetition or one instance of a given exercise
  • RFT: Rounds for Time – A set number of rounds in any given WOD which is scored on time taken to complete
  • Scaled: To modify the exercise to your individual ability
  • SDHP: Sumo Dead lift High Pull (Olympic weightlifting exercise)
  • Set: A group of repetitions
  • Tabata: A protocol of 20 seconds of exercise followed by 10 seconds of rest
  • TGU: Turkish Get Up
  • T2B: Toes to Bar
  • Unbroken: Perform all in a row or start over at the beginning
  • WOD: Workout of the Day