764 Miami Cir NE Ste 206 Atlanta, GA 30324 ‪(770) 674-8297 Mon - Fri 6am - 9pm, Sat 8.30am - noon, Sunday 10am - noon
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Crossfit Adults

Get Fit for Life with Group Strength and Cardio Workouts

Maybe you’ve heard of CrossFit and thought “that’s too hardcore for me!”
We promise you, it’s not. Take it from this CrossFit grandma.

CrossFit movements are so simple, you probably do them every day – bending over to pick something up, sitting in a chair, going up and down stairs, or holding weight overhead. CrossFit workouts build on these movements to maximize your functional fitness.

The main mission of CrossFit is this: being independent in your 90s should be normal.

At Atlanta Kick CrossFit, our certified coaches will get you moving safely in workouts that are scalable – which means they’re designed to meet and challenge your level of fitness. So whether this is your first step toward weight loss, you’re a seasoned athlete or somewhere in between, Atlanta Kick CrossFit is the motivating community you need to stay accountable to your goals.

Step 1: Come in for a free beginner workout guaranteed to make you sweat!
Step 2: Chat with a coach to sign up and get an idea of class format, movements, and equipment.
Step 3: Start showing up for the class WODs (Workout of the Day) – we recommend beginners start with 3 days/week

All of our coaches are skilled at modifying workouts and helping beginners so you can feel confident trying any class on the schedule.

Experienced Athlete?
We love drop-ins! If you have 3 months or more of experience with CrossFit, we welcome you to come in and try a few classes. We know each gym is run differently and we’re here to help you discover if Atlanta Kick CrossFit is a good fit for you.  Email us: info@atlantakick.com before dropping in so we can reserve a spot in class for you.

Pricing

  • 1st class: FREE
  • Memberships are from $129-149/month
  • No silly signup or initiation fees

Sign Up for a Free Intro Class.
Our coaching staff  is ready to help you crush your goals!

Testimonials

Atlanta Kick has been so warm and welcoming. From the attentiveness to our questions to the subtle touches like sending handwritten notes in the mail really mean a lot to us and our son.

I love AK! I’m so glad my roommate introduced me to the studio. Currently doing kickboxing and Ariel silk here, absolutely love the instructors. Paula is patience and informative, thumbs up for the management team too!

Just want to say thank you to John and the Atlanta Kick team for ecouraging our son and helping him overcome his fears. You are very patient motivators. Thank you very much!

Love this place!! It’s great for my 5 yr old son! They have been teaching him about discipline, respect, and teamwork! I can also bring my 2 yr old daughter, they have a great play area for her. Thank you AK!!

FAQs

Do I need to be in shape to do CrossFit?  Heck no! We will get you in shape and love that our clients come to us at all fitness level. Come be surprised at welcoming a gym can be!

I’m nervous about coming in, what’s going to happen?  You’ll be welcomed by a Coach and any of our friendly clients that are hanging out or working out. We’ve always shared our love of beginners and believe in a team environment. Your first visit will be a 60 min class introducing you to CrossFit, how it works, discuss your goals and assess your current level of fitness so that we can tailor a plan to get you the results you want.  We’re the kind of gym that will cheer you on and want you to be successful.

How are we different from other CrossFit Gyms? Each CrossFit facility has its own personality and culture. We believe in treating everyone with dignity and respect, integrity, honesty, humility, courtesy, and a commitment to excellence in everything we do. We also pride ourselves in treating each person as an individual and not providing a one-size-fits-all approach. We want you to WANT to come to the gym and work to build an awesome supportive community so you’ll look forward to seeing friends and sweating it out with them. PLUS, our members get access to our other programs such as fitness kickboxing, kettlebell classes and martial arts training.

What do I need to bring to class?  You may wish to bring a small towel, water bottle and “yes I can” attitude.

What do I wear?  Wear any sort of comfortable workout clothing and athletic shoes.

Is there a lot of running in the workouts?  No. If running is involved at all, runs are typically very short – 400 meters or less.

How many people are typically in class?  Most classes have a 6-12 people.

What’s your facility like?  Amazingly clean, with air conditioning and plenty of parking.

Visiting Athletes

Welcome – We’d love to have you WOD with Us!  Please read through our policy and FAQs and then reserve your spot below.

Drop In Policy

  • No first time athletes, please!  You must have CrossFit experience to drop in to one of our classes.
  • Purchase and reserve your class spot (click here) and then check out our schedule and email us with the day/time you’d like to drop in.
  • Please arrive at least 10 minutes early to class in order to meet the coaches and sign a waiver.

Visitor FAQs

  • If I am in town for an extended stay (longer than a week), what is the cost? Shoot us an e-mail or talk with us in the gym to work something out. We handle this on a case-by-case basis.
  • Do I need to reserve/register for a class ahead of time?  We would TOTALLY appreciate if you could register ahead of time.  It will speed up the process when you get here.
  • I am following a specific program – can I just do my own thing?  If we don’t know you then probably not. It’s too much of a liability to let people just come in and train when we don’t know anything about your habits! Unless you are a Games athlete or HQ Staff, then you’ll just have to stick to our classes.

Can’t get to Atlanta Kick? No problem! CrossFit can be done anywhere. Below are workouts that can easily be done at home or in a hotel when equipment and time are limited.

• 10 Rounds For Time: 10 Pushups 10 Sit ups 10 Squats
• 3 Rounds For Time: Run 800m 50 Air Squats
• For Time: 200 Air Squats
• 5 Rounds For Time: Run 200m 10 Squats 10 Push Ups
• 3 Rounds For Time: Run 200m 25 Pushups
• 3 Rounds For Time: 10 Handstand Pushups Run 200m
• 20 Rounds For Time: 5 Pushups 5 Squats 5 Situps
• Walk 100m on your hands
• 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 sets of sit-ups and a 100 meter sprint between each set
• 21-15-9 Air Squats Pushups
• Spend a total of 5 minutes in a handstand
• For Time: Run 1 mile
• 6 Rounds For Time: 10 Pushups 10 Air Squats 10 Sit Ups
• 5 Rounds For Time: 3 Tuck Jumps 3 Squats 3 Broad Jumps
• 8 Rounds For Time: Handstand 30 seconds 10 Squats
• 10 Rounds For Time: 10 Pushups Run 100MRun
• For Time: Run 1 mile, lunging 30 steps every minute
• 5 Rounds for Time: Run 400m sprints,
• 10 Rounds for Time: 100m sprints
• 25 pressing snatch balances each arm. No weight.
• Run 1 mile, lunging 30 steps every 1 minute.
• 10 handstand jackknife to vertical jump, 10 handstand jackknife to tuck jump, 10 handstand jackknife to straddle jump
• 5 Rounds For Time: Handstand 30 seconds 20 Air Squats
• 4 Rounds for Time: 25 Jumping Squats
• For Time: 250 Air Squats
• 4 Rounds For Time: 10 Tuck Jumps 10 Pushups 10 Situps
• For Time: 100 Burpees
• 10 Rounds For Time: 10 Pushups 10 Squats 10 Tuck Jumps
• 5 Rounds For Time: Handstand 1 minute Hold bottom of the squat 1 minute
• 10 Rounds For Time: Sprint 100m Walk 100m
• For Time: 100 Pushups
• 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Rep Rounds For Time: Burpees and Situps
• 3 Rounds: 50 Situps Run 400m
• “L” sit off the floor. 10 rounds of 10 seconds…if you can’t do it sit with your legs straight out and try to lift your heels of the ground for 10 seconds instead
• 10 Rounds For Time: 10 Walking Lunges 10 Pushups
• 10 Rounds For Time: 10 Burpees Run 100m
• 4 Rounds For Time: Run 400m 50 Air Squats
• 10 Rounds For Time: 10 Pushups 10 Squats
• Tabata Squats: 20 seconds on 10 seconds rest, 8 rounds.
• For Time: Run 800m 100 Air Squats Run 800m
• 4 Rounds For Time: Run 400 meters, 50 air squats
• 10 Rounds: Handstand 30 seconds, to Squat hold 30 seconds
• 5 Rounds For Time: Ten vertical jumps ( jump as high as you can, land and do it again), 10 push-ups
• 7 Rounds For Time: 7 Air Squats 7 Burpees
• 5 Rounds For Time: 50 Air Squats Rest the amount of time it took to complete the 50
• For Time: Run 1 mile — do 10 Pushups every minute
• 8 Rounds For Time: Run 100m 30 Air Squats
• 10 Rounds For Time: 10 Situps 10 Burpees
• For Time: 250 Jumping Jacks
• For Time: 100 Jumping Jacks 75 Air Squats 50 Pushups 25 Burpees
• 5 Rounds For Time: Run 1 minute Squat 1 minute
• 3 Rounds For Time: 10 Air Squats 10 Pushups 10 Situps
• For Time: 50 Air Squats Rest for 2 minutes between rounds.
• 3 Rounds For Time: 20 Jumping Jacks 20 Burpees 20 Air Squats
• 10 Rounds For Time: Run 100m 20 Air Squats
• For Time: 100 Push-ups 100 Sit-ups 100 Squats
• 10 Rounds For Time: 10 push-ups, 10 squats
• 3 Rounds For Time: 30 Push-ups 40 Sit-ups 50 Squats
• 30 Reps: Handstand to Jack-Knife to vertical jump
• AMRAP in 20 minutes: 5 Pushups 10 Situps 15 Squats
• 21-15-9 Rep Rounds for Time: Walking Lunges (each leg) Handstand Push-ups
• 3 Rounds for Time: Run 400m 50 Squats 25 Pushups
• For Time: Run 1000m 100 Air Squats 50 Pushups
• Squats for time (pick a number between 100-500)
• 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1 Rep Rounds for Time: Burpees Pushups Situps
• AMRAP in 20 minutes: 5 Handstand push-ups 10 Pistols
• “Annie” 50-40-30-20-10 Rep Rounds for Time: Double-Unders Sit-ups
• For Time: Run 1 mile with 100 air squats at midpoint
• 50-40-30-20-10 Rep Rounds for Time: Single Unders Pushups
• 5 Rounds For Time: Burpee to the push up position, do 10 push ups, Burpee out.
• For Time: Burpees (50-150 – pick a number and go for it!)
• For Time: Run 800m, 50 Squats, 50 Situps
• For Time: Run 1 mile 100 Push-ups 200 Squats Run 1 mile
• 21-15-9 Rep Rounds for Time: Handstand Push-ups Chair Dips Push-Ups
• For Time: 21 Pushups 42 Squats 15 Pushups 30 Squats 9 Pushups 18 Squats
• For Time: 400m Walking Lunges
• For Time: Run 1 mile, 50 Squats
• 10 Rounds: Plebs plank, bottom of squat, hollow rock hold, 30 seconds each
• 10 Rounds: 5 push ups with a 30 second plebs plank(a hold at the top of the push up, arms extended and body tight). After the 10 rounds, 3x 100m dash @ 80%.
• Handstand practice, 25 tries at free handstands, then a 1 mile run at 80%
• 25 Reps: Handstand 10 seconds jack-knife to vertical jump.
• For Time: Run 400 meters 50 Squats Run 400 meters 50 Push-ups Run 400 meters 50 Sit-ups Run 400 meters
• 4 x 25 sumo deadlift high pulls, make them perfect.
• 50 air squats x 5. Rest equal amounts as it took to do each 50.
• For Time: 80-60-40-20 Reps of Air Squats 40-30-20-10 Reps of Situps 20-15-10-5 of Handstand Pushups
• Run 1 mile and do 10 push-ups every 1 minute
• For TIme: 250 Jumping Jacks
• 5 Rounds: 30 second handstand against a wall, followed by a 30 second static hold at the bottom of the squat
• For Time: 50 Walking Lunges 800m run 50 Walking Lunges
• For Time: 30 Handstand Pushups 40 Jump squats 50 Situps 60 Squats 70 Double unders
• AMRAP in 20 minutes: 10 Bench dips 10 Box jumps 10 Walking Lunges
• For Time: 60 Pushups Run 400m 40 Pushups Run 800m 20 Pushups Run 1 mile
• 5 Rounds For Time: 100 Single Unders 50 Squats
• For Time: 150 Double Unders or Tuck Jumps
• “Nicole” AMRAP in 20 minutes of: Run 400, Max rep pull ups
• For Time: 100 Air Squats 75 Situps 50 Box Jumps 25 KTE’s Run 400m
• “Michael” 3 rounds for time of: Run 800m 50 Back Extensions 50 Situps
• For Time: 2 Minutes Double Unders 2 Minutes Situps Rest 1 min 90 sec Double Unders 90 sec Situps Rest 1 min 60 sec Double Unders 60 sec Situps
• For Time: 100 Air Squats 75 Situps 50 Box Jumps 25 KTE’s Run 400m
• 5 Rounds: Run 1 minute, squat 1 minute
• 5 Rounds For Time: 10 push-ups, 10 hollow rocks, run 200 meters
• 3 Rounds for Time: 10 air squats, 10 push ups, 10 sit ups
• 10 Rounds: Sprint 50 meters, 10 push ups
• 3 x 20 tuck jumps. 3x 30 second handstands.
• Handstand 5x 30 seconds. Run: 2x 800 meters for time. Do the handstands first. Rest and recover and do the runs with a rest in between that is as long as it took you to run your first 800.
• Run with high knees for 15 seconds and drop into a pushup, get back up and run with high knees again for 15 seconds…….repeat 5x. This is 1 round. Rest. Do 3 more rounds.
• Test yourself on a max set of push ups
• For Form, 3 Rounds: 5 handstand to jacknife to high jump, 5 handstand to jacknife to tuck jump, 5 handstand to jacknife to split jump
• 5 Rounds for Time: Run up Hill (230m long, 22m rise, 9 degree incline), 5 push ups, Run down Hill, 5 push ups
• 4 Rounds for TIme: 20 pull ups, 20 push ups
• For Time: 10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1:push up, jumping squat
• Do Tabata Squats with eyes closed
• Bottom to bottom Tabata Squats ( rest at the bottom of the squat instead of standing….without support on your hands or butt and make the bottom good, straight back, butt back)
• Burpee/ Sit ups Ladder: Do 10 burpees ….Go to opposite side of room……do 2 Sit ups. Return to original side do 9 burpees……Go to opposite side of room……do 4 Sit ups. Decrease Burpees by 1 and increase Sit Ups by 2. Work your way down to one Burpee and up to 20 Sit up
• 10 Minute AMRAP: 3 Burpees, 6 supermans, 9 Situps
• 100 Unbroken double unders
• 5 Rounds: 20 sec of mountain climbers, 20 sec of squats, 20 sec of rest
• 2 minute max push ups,1 minute break, 2 minutes max sit ups, 1 minute break, 2 minute max squats
• Run 5 minutes turn around and go back in less than 5 minutes (a negative split)

“Going to a regular gym
wasn’t giving me any results.”

“I lost over 100lbs, got stronger
and more confident!”

“Movements are scaled and everyone is at different levels. No outsiders here!”

“Movements are scaled and everyone is at different levels. No outsiders here!”

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