Saltwater Athletics Programs 

Saltwater Athletics offers several CrossFit programs that run throughout the day. Our group-based high intensity interval training program offers two workouts in each class that vary in skill for our members’ athletic abilities and desires. These are the programs that most members opt-in for and are at the core of Saltwater Athletics. 

Each session is lead by one of our trained coaches. They review the description of the workout and strategy, lead a dynamic warm-up specific to the day’s movements and review any skills/lifts or movements applicable to that day. Once the class is ready, the Coach will lead the members through the workout together.

New to CrossFit?

Call/email us to schedule a FREE one-on-one movement prep course prior to your first class, where we can introduce you to common CrossFit movements.

Dropping in?

Scroll down to our class calendar and select your drop in class. Our calendar will walk you through the process of signing up in advance. If you’re dropping in for multiple days, we offer a weekly drop in rate!  

Saltwater Athletics Classes and Schedule

*Please note that our hours may change for holidays and COVID-19 alterations

*All CrossFit personal training sessions start on the hour and last 1 hour. Please be 15min early and you MUST reserver your spot on online.

New to Crossfit? We encourage you to take 1:1 Movement Prep Course with one of our coaches prior to your first class. We find this relaxes new members and makes their first class more enjoyable, as they have slightly more information about movement and mobility. Call/email us to get scheduled. It’s free!

M-F OPEN gym

Monday Wednesday Friday 9:30am – 3:30pm

Tuesday Thursday 9:30am – 12:30pm

Open Gym hours run all day when we DO NOT have group classes.


M-F Classes

Monday 5:30am, 7am, 8:30am, 4pm, 5:30pm, 6:45pm

Tuesday 7am, 8:30am, 4pm, 5:30pm, 6:45pm

Wednesday 7am, 8:30am, 4pm, 5:30pm 6:45pm

Thursday 7am, 8:30am, 4pm, 5:30pm

Friday 5:30am, 7am, 8:30am, 4pm, 5:30pm


Saturday Class

Every Saturday 7:30am and 9am 


Saturday OPEN Gym

Every Saturday 10am – 11am


Sunday Barbell Club & OPEN Gym

Every Sunday Barbell Club 8:30am – 9:30am

Open Gym 9:30am – 10:30am, 10:30am – 11:30am



Fundamentals, High Intensity, Lighter weights with focus on cardio

Saltwater’s “Light” Program is far from a light workout. It focuses more on fundamentals, light weight and high reps. This program perfect for anyone that wants to cut fat and burn calories. It can be useful for those who are just learning and developing the movements or folks that do not want do deal with big or heavy weights. Most of the movements are often modified for the individual. This is great for beginners, novice members or folks looking to get a good sweat.


Standard program designed to increase strength and performance

RX stands for “prescribed” in typical HIIT lingo. Our RX program offers seasoned athletes and members similar workouts to the “Light Program,” but with increased focus on more technical movements. The weights are heavier and the movements usually require more skill. This is great for intermediate and expert members that are looking to continually challenge themselves and push their limits. We often have members that mix a bit of the “Light” programing with the “RX” programing.


Increase strength on technical/olympic weightlifting movements

 This supplemental program is designed to do each day. We utilize programing from world class CrossFit and Olympic lifting giants. This training allows you to work at your own pace. The sessions are designed to do before or after class with accessory and supplemental work to improve positioning and strength. Our members are more than welcome to come to class early or stay late for Open Gym and build strength. 


High cardio focused on building the engine with running, rowing and bikes

Saltwater Athletics also offers our members a High Cardio Engine Building Program designed to increase your aerobic base and the ability to push the short high-intensity workouts and increase your functional fitness. This training can be done 1-6 days a week and can be a stand-alone aerobic capacity program or supplement into some of our standard training. The workouts are 45-60 min and include options for running, rowing, cycling and some use simple gym equipment like kettlebells or sandbags.