Should I Join the Competition Club?
CrossFit Bel Air’s Competition Club trains for and competes in CrossFit competitions. These range from the Festivus Games for beginner through intermediate level to the SuperFit Games for intermediate through advanced level and the CrossFit Games for the elite level. No matter what your current fitness level is, if you have that extra competitive drive you can find a home on CrossFit Bel Air’s Competition Team.
Of course, all CrossFit Bel Air athletes are encouraged to participate in the CrossFit Open–a late winter/early spring fitness event open to every athlete on Earth. The only event of its kind in the known Universe.
How Do I Prepare for CrossFit Competitions?
Here are the steps: 1) Join CrossFit Bel Air, 2) Train at CrossFit Bel Air consistently, 3) Compete, and 4) Have Fun! Its that simple.
Simply training at CrossFit Bel Air prepares you to compete in CrossFit events.
Does CrossFit Bel Air’s Training Prepare Me Well For Competitions?
When you compete in these events, you get to test yourself against CrossFit athletes from other boxes. This might be the first time you have trained along side athletes that trained elsewhere.
One thing will quickly become apparent: When you look around, the CrossFit Bel Air competitors have the best, safest, most efficient technique (even in the heat of competition). This results from our coaches insisting on the highest movement standards all the time from all athletes at CrossFit Bel Air. This is hard to notice when you only hang out at CrossFit Bel Air since it just seems normal. You quickly realize that CrossFit Bel Air athletes are set apart from the rest. Our Competition Team is *constantly* praised by other athletes for maintaining the highest movement standards.
Second, CrossFit Bel Air’s results speak for themselves. Karen McCune competes at the elite level and made it all the way to the CrossFit Games in 2014, placing 2nd the the Ladies Masters 45-49 category. Chris Evering also competes at the elite level in the SuperFit Games, consistently rating in their pro division.