Deka Box is a 60-minute class with a strength and/or skill section and a metcon. The program also includes a detailed warm up, coaching cues, specific movement cues, time caps and extra accessories. Coaching cues are detailed and meant to help coaches of all levels understand what they are asking the member to do.
Deka Kids is our programming for ages 6-10 and Teens ages 11-15. The program includes a warm up, a skill portion, a workout and an optional “extra/challenge” component. Classes are 60 minutes but can be cut to 45 minutes by excluding the Extra or the Skill. An information packet is included at the purchase of the program to help guide coaching and mindset. This program is great for gyms already running a kids program as well as gyms who are looking to develop a kids and teens program.
Deka Comp Perform is a program designed for athletes who wish to compete at a local level or for those who wish to spend a bit more time in the gym. This program includes a warm up as well as working sections for strength/skill, metcons, accessory, and core/post chain.
Deka Elite is our most advanced program that takes between two to four hours to complete. This program is meant to help competitors reach a higher level and is periodized using the Open and certain Sanctional competitions. This program includes gymnastics, weightlifting, metcons, odd object, conditioning, accessories, core/post chain sections.
This program is a 60-minute class with a mix of HIIT-style training with traditional CrossFit-style training. It provides a warm-up, workout (HIIT) and accessory work and is great for anyone looking to get a good workout in.
This includes access to ALL Deka Comp programs:
Deka Box, Deka Comp Perform, Deka Elite, Hustle and Kids/Teens
This includes access:
Deka Box, Deka Comp Perform, Deka Elite
We aim to unite our elite competitors with our regular members while still offering the extra needs of a competitive/advanced athlete. Greg Glassman said this: “Our needs differ not by kind but by degree”. By doing so, we help raise the level of our members and give a sense of responsibility to our advanced athletes. After many years of competition, searching for a complete program and a lot of high and lows, I realized that the importance of a program isn’t solely the movements or combinations but rather the challenge it offers and the commitment from the athlete to continue despite the difficulty. Basically it needs to be difficult, enjoyable and rewarding.