What is CrossFit Kids?

CrossFit Kids is not simply a scaled down version of CrossFit, it is entirely absolutely CrossFit
geared and designed for a special population and the specific developmental needs of that population.
(nuerological, cognitive, motor)

CrossFit Kids is the principal strength and conditioning program for many young athletes and the primary P.E. program for many home schools, charter schools. It is used by athletic teams, martial arts schools and many parents that want their kids to grow up healthy, strong and have a life long love of working out thus avoiding the common problems associated with childhood inactivity and obesity.

Our program delivers a fitness that is, by design, broad, general, and inclusive. Our specialty is not specializing. Healthy living requires that our kids push, pull, run, throw, climb, lift, jump, effectively and safely regardless of whether or not they play athletics. Athletics is a specialized pursuit. Our goal is to support the specialist, but reward the generalist.

The CrossFit Kids program is designed for universal scalability making it the perfect application for any committed individual regardless of experience. We’ve used our same routines for 4 year olds and elite high school athletes. We scale load and intensity; we don’t change programs. The needs of our second graders and our high school wrestler differ by degree not kind.

CrossFit Kids is a minimalist program. It is not expensive, often requires little or no equipment therefore can be used across broad socio economic groups providing an easily accessible cost free resource for Elite Physical Fitness to everyone.

We also publish the CrossFit Kids Magazine designed to support the CrossFit community as a whole as well as teachers, trainers, and parents actively engaged in coaching CrossFit Kids. The CrossFit Kids magazine details the theory, techniques, and practice used by our coaches in our gym, in essence bringing your garage or gym into ours, making you part of our Crossfit Family.

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Saturday, March 31st, 2012

Kids Class is ON Today, 9AM

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BeFit for SeeFit – Sunday, March 25

On Sunday, March, 25th, 2012, CrossFit North Miami Beach is sponsoring the “2012 BeFit for SeeFit” competition for KIDS ONLY with all proceeds benefitting research to help find a cure for blindness.

Learn more and register HERE.  Hurry! Space is limited to the first 50 participants.

About BeFit for SeeFit: BeFit for SeeFit is the brainchild of two very fit and philanthropic sixth graders: Marley and Delila. These two sixth graders put their muscles behind organizing a kids-only CrossFit competition to raise money to find a cure for blindness.

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The First Annual SeeFit Family Fitness & Fun Day


SeeFit – Supporting Research for Blind & Visually Impaired Children

The First Annual SeeFit Family Fitness & Fun Day is November 7th, 2010 at Flamingo Park Track & Field in Miami Beach, Florida. SeeFit will have something for everyone – from the more advanced athlete to the occasional weekend warrior and the entire family! All ages are encouraged to participate.  The morning will feature a CrossFit competition from 8 am to 12:00 pm sponsored by CrossFit 305. At noon, the family fun begins with ten field & track competitions for both the individual and the family. There will be carnival games, prizes, food, and rides.

CrossFit Competition Sponsored by CrossFit 305

CrossFit athletes test their abilities at an outdoor track and field venue.  This is a one day competition with up to three CrossFit WODs designed to test your endurance, strength, flexibility, stamina, power, speed, agility, balance, coordination and accuracy. There will be an even mix of gymnastics, weightlifting, running and of course… The Unknown and Unknowable.  Scaled down division available.

Familiar with CrossFit?  Unfamiliar?  Curious?  You will want to come watch this! 

All proceeds from this great event will benefit research for the blind and visually impaired through The Vision For Tomorrow Foundation.


Thursday the 16th of September, 2010

Warm up
Agility drills, ball drills, lateral movement, backward running, dynamic stretching

Ring stability hold
Pull up/bar hang

5 minute AMRAP
5 box jumps
5 burpees
100′ run 

Obstacle course!!!