Workout of the Day

New Offering: No Boundaries Training Camp


It’s a great time of year for giving, and we’re getting in the giving spirit with a brand new offering coming up in the new year at CrossFit No Boundaries.

Mid-January, we will be launching our No Boundaries Training Camp, a six-week introductory course designed for anyone who’s looking to kick off their health and fitness journey, but isn’t quite set on jumping into our regular GPP classes. This course will be tailor-made to meet you at whatever your current fitness level is, whether you’re brand new or have some experience under your belt, whether you’re young or old, active or sedentary, or even if you just want to see what all this CrossFit buzz is about. The course will teach you how to move well and safely, how to set and pursue goals, and will cover additional topics such as nutrition, recovery, and mindset.

Our goal with the course was to design a program that could take anyone of absolutely any fitness level and give them the hands-on coaching and the resources they need to make a serious positive change in their health and fitness, and we’re pretty excited to share it with you.

The program will run for six consecutive weeks, and will include two 50-minute classes per week (we will offer both morning and evening classes) as well as additional coaching and educational resources. If you are interested, or you know someone who may be curious about this fitness and CrossFit stuff, but hasn’t found the right opportunity yet, this is it.

Contact us at for more info.

- Preston Sprimont


“12 Days of Christmas”

  • For Time

  • 1 Sumo Deadlift High-Pull (75/55 lbs)

  • 2 Thrusters (75/55 lbs)

  • 3 Push Press (75/55 lbs)

  • 4 Power Cleans (75/55 lbs)

  • 5 Power Snatches (75/55 lbs)

  • 6 Kettlebell Swings (53/35 lbs)

  • 7 Pull-Ups

  • 8 Knees-to-Elbows

  • 9 Box Jumps (24/20 in)

  • 10 Double Unders

  • 11 Burpees

  • 12 Overhead Walking Lunges (45/25 lbs Plate)

Like the song the “12 Days of Christmas,” complete each exercise in ascending order then work back down to 1, adding one exercise per round.