Getting Started

>Starting a new fitness program or changing gyms can be intimidating. It doesn’t have to be. We welcome all types and fitness levels to our community. Learn more about how to get started.

Step 1
If you haven’t worked out at Sky’s Limit CrossFit before, we’d like to meet you and find out about your personal fitness goals, so we can work together to help you reach them. Email us or call 816-830-8357 to setup a time to come by the gym.

Step 2
To participate in CrossFit classes, you’ll need to complete our two session On Ramp course. This course is designed to teach you the nine basic movements in CrossFit. You’ll get one-on-one instruction from our CrossFit certified coaches while in a group setting to make sure you have correct form and understanding of the movements. This ensures your safety as well as effectiveness when you join the CrossFit workouts. We will follow each instructional session with a full workout using those movements you learned, so don’t worry, you won’t be bored or wasting precious workout time! On Ramp class is mandatory for all new members. Exceptions can be made at Coach Ronnie’s approval. Sign up for On Ramp course.

Step 3
When you are ready to participate in CrossFit classes, select your Sky’s Limit CrossFit membership agreement, find the time(s) that work for you, and finalize your payment online. You can also do all this at the gym!

Step 4
Show up, and get ready for the best workout of your life at the best Kansas City CrossFit gym!
Coach Ronnie teaching the dead lift with PVC pipes to new members in the On Ramp class.

Getting started at Sky's Limit CrossFit

5 Comments

  1. Does the $100 for the on ramp class go towards your first month membership? Seems like a lot to pay $100 for 4 classes and then $150 for that first month. Thanks.

    • Yes you get the four classes to learn the basics and then you can come unlimited for the rest of the month.

  2. Are we required to go to the same class time each day? My schedule varies daily with nursing school and work, so I couldn’t commit to, say, 6 am or 4 pm each day.

    Thanks

  3. Is there are program (after the first month) where you can workout without paying for the regular services of a trainer?

    • No, everyone does classes.