Frequently Asked Questions

Here are the top questions we’re often asked about CrossFit Bunbury. These are prioritised from the most common questions, and the answers we want you to be most aware of!

NO! You do NOT have to be fit before starting CrossFit. Our On-Ramp classes allow you to learn the fundamentals of CrossFit, with other athletes that are new to CrossFit. Once you have completed the On-Ramp classes, you then join the CrossFit WOD classes, knowing that all workouts are scalable to suit your needs. You do not have to have a certain level of fitness before joining – CrossFit Bunbury will get you fit!

We don’t have any joining fees! And we have NO LOCK IN CONTRACTS! At CrossFit Bunbury we’re not like a typical gym. We don’t charge you a fee to join us, you simply fill out your direct debit form, which comes direct from your account on the nominated dates and you’re good to go.  And if your situation changes and you need to cancel your membership, you simply need to provide 4 weeks notice to cancel.

For best results we recommend that you train 5 days a week and have 2 rest days. This gets the most benefit out of the weekly programming. When you first join, you may start with 2 or 3 sessions a week, but once your body has adapted you will probably find that training is something you want to do every day, as CrossFit workouts can become very addictive!

Yes. All workouts are scalable to accommodate for each individual. We have many athletes that have found since joining CrossFit Bunbury that their existing injuries have improved. Just be sure to let the coach know of your existing injuries so he can accommodate for your workout.

No! Unlike bodybuilders – who train in a more isolated way, we train using functional movements – that your body was designed to do. You will build strength, burn fat, and increase cardio capacity.

Yes. Due to the high intensity of these shorter workouts, accompanied with longer workouts on other days, a 12 minute workout will get you results. Some days your workouts could be as little as 4 minutes long (along with a comprehensive warm up and skills session) and other days they could be as long as 50 minutes.