CrossFit Texas Tech

WODs

Raider Performance Room Policies

1. Do not drop bars over benches, box jumps or other pieces of equipment! Doing so bends the bar!

2. No slamming Dynamax balls. Slam black rubber balls instead.

3. Drinks are allowed in the facility with a plastic screw-top spill proof bottle.

4.CHALK FREE facility - you may use liquid chalk. NO powder chalk.

5. The Raider Performance Room is being monitored by a camera.

6. Please Self Police. If you see something that shouldn't be happening, let us know - kami.waden@ttu.edu or notify a center manager.

CrossFit Class Schedule

Class Information

Classes last for six weeks, and are designed for all participant skill levels. Coaches will scale workouts to fit your ability. CrossFit Texas Tech is part of Texas Tech Recreational Sports. Class participation requires Rec Center membership. For membership information, please click here.

Pricing

Morning Classes

All morning classes are priced at $20 for a guarranteed spot.

Evening Classes(After 4pm)

All individual classes are $20. Individual class purchase guarrantees you a spot in class as long as you arrive within 10 minutes of class start time. After 10 minutes, your spot could be forfeit if the class has more than 15 people in it.

All Access Pass may be purchased for $60. All Access pass does not guarrantee a spot in any specific class, as classes are first come, first serve with spots going to individual class purchasers before All Access pass purchasers.

How To Register

All class registration takes place in the Fit/Well at the Rec Center. We accept cash, check and major credit cards.

Where are Classes Held?

Classes are held in the Raider Perfomance Room, located on the lower level of the Robert H. Ewalt Student Rec Center. The Rec Center is located at the corner of Hartford and Main St on the Texas Tech Campus next to the United Spirit Arena.

CrossFit Coaches

Alston Alston
Hello everyone! My name is Alston and I'm very excited to get to work with you! I've been CrossFitting since April 2011 and have enjoyed it ever since. My favorite thing about CrossFit is that it's competitive. I've competed in several CrossFit competitions all over Texas and did one recently in Oklahoma. I like all the CrossFit workouts but if I had to pick a favorite it would definitely be King Kong. As for school, I'm currently pursuing my degree in dietetics. CrossFit and nutrition are by far my two biggest passions.
brenden Brendan
I’m Brendan and I am a dual Management and Marketing Major in the Rawls College of Business. I began CrossFit in April of 2012, and have loved it ever since I started. Sports and fitness have been a part of my life since I was a little tyke. I played baseball since age 3 and have dabbled in other sports since then. I play racquetball and in 2013 I was ranked at the National Collegiate level of racquetball.
Josh Josh
I was in the Marine Corps for six years and was part of Ft. Sam Houston Boxing. I was also briefly on a Semi Pro football team and have been a volunteer firefighter. I first discovered CrossFit while deployed to Afghanistan. CrossFit allowed me to keep in shape in the small amount of free time we had. I can honestly say I wish I had found CrossFit much sooner; I could have realized more of my potential in all aspects of my life. One great thing about Corssfit is that it allows people to always improve themselves no matter where they are in life. That's why I love being a CrossFit coach at CrossFit Texas Tech and helping my fellow Red Raiders realize their own potential.
Seth Seth
I began powerlifting in 2008. I powerlifted for four years, training primarily on squat, bench press, and deadlift movements. In the Spring of 2011 I discovered CrossFit. What appealed to me most about CrossFit is the incorporation of Olympic lifts into fast paced, high intensity quick workouts. I quickly became aware of the diversity and versatility of CrossFit, which inspired me to become a CrossFit Texas Tech coach. I am currently a sophomore and I am majoring Exercise Science/Pre-PT. I really like to go snowboarding and mountain biking when possible.
Shelby Shelby
I am currently pursuing a degree in Exercise and Sports Science with a minor in Biology. I would eventually like to go to physical therapy school to receive my DPT. Exercise and fitness have always been part of my life. I played soccer for over 10 years in a competitive setting and then when I came to college, I found CrossFit. I believe that when it comes to fitness you will get out of it what you put in. Always try to be better than yesterday.
   

Olympic Weightlifing Coaches

Dominic Dominic
My name is Dominic, and I coach Olympic weightlifting. I first discovered weightlifting when I began CrossFit back in 2012. After a few months of CrossFit, I began training several times a week with a weightlifting team, working only the olympic lifts. Soon after that, I participated in my first competition, and I did very well. From that point on, I trained solely for Olympic weightlifting, and have been doing do for about a year and a half. I'm currently majoring in Chemical Engineering at Tech, and am considering going to med school after graduation. I like doing pretty much anything active or outside, and I'm also currently a part of the Texas Tech Climbing Club.
Vanessa Vanessa
I am an instructor for the Olympic Weightlifting class. I am currently majoring in Nutritional Sciences and Dietetics. I am also am undergraduate researcher specializing in sports nutrition and am a Texas Tech Sports Nutrition Intern. I first began lifting in high school at the age of 15 and was a state and national champion in powerlifting. After high school, I focused only on weightlifting and have competed in 10 national meets. In my free time I enjoy eating frozen yogurt and watching How I Met Your Mother episodes.

Contact Info

For more information about CrossFit Texas Tech, please email fitwell.rec@ttu.edu

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