Online Courses are open to all individuals and trainers at any stage of development. The Level 1 Certificate Course serves as the cornerstone for CrossFit methodology and movement, and the Level 2 Certificate Course is dedicated to improving a trainer's ability to coach others. The Online Courses provide avenues for exploring specific topics in more detail, perhaps in preparation for attending the Level 2 Course or for Continuing Education Units (CEUs) for the Certified CrossFit Trainer credential.
Physician learners start here.
This self-paced, online course will help you refine your teaching skills and get new ideas about how to run an effective and fun class for every level of athlete. Gain access to a video library of teaching progressions that can be used in group classes or personal training sessions.
The Coaching Fundamentals course will teach you how to improve every aspect of your coaching, from correcting and scaling movements to class management and presence. Whatever your experience level, you’ll finish the course a more prepared and knowledgeable coach.
The CrossFit Judges Course offers an introduction to the skills the CrossFit Judge will use during any competition.
A full-service guide for prospective CrossFit affiliate owners.
This quiz aims to confirm learnings about coaching development based on the Professional Coach monthly resources.
Nicole Christensen, Stephane Rochet, Alex Gowers, Amy Hollingsworth, and Chris MacDonald discuss prepping for the Certified CrossFit Trainer exam.
Confirm your learnings from the four weekly education articles in March 2023 about coaching adaptive athletes provided by Kevin Ogar for CAP affiliates.
<p>This self-paced online course will help you refine your coaching skills when it comes to training pregnant and postpartum athletes. Upon completion, you will better understand your pregnant and postpartum athletes’ mental and physical needs and gain skills in scaling and providing accessory work for this population.</p>
The online Level 1 Course is a temporary offering, developed in response to global constraints related to COVID-19.
Nutrition is a hallmark of the CrossFit program. The CrossFit Nutrition course teaches CrossFit’s nutrition philosophy and methodology.
The Coaching the Aging Athlete Course (formerly known as the CrossFit Masters course) presents practical methods for applying CrossFit to an aging population, taking into account how age, fitness, goals, and injury state interact to create different coaching challenges and scenarios.
Included in this reference course are on-demand versions of the 11 lectures from the CrossFit Level 1 Certificate Course covering foundational movements, the CrossFit methodology, nutrition, and programming.
The CrossFit Programming Course introduces the fundamental skills needed to create CrossFit workouts, design a basic program, and evaluate its effectiveness.
Learn why and how dumbbells will be a valuable addition to your training.
The Anatomy Course provides information on basic anatomical terms, and offers an introduction to the structure and mechanics of the major joints of the human body.
Develop the ability to analyze commonly used movements, including weightlifting, gymnastics, and monostructural modalities.
The Scaling Course reinforces the skills a CrossFit trainer will use when modifying workouts for their athletes.
The Lesson Planning Course introduces and improves the skills necessary to accurately plan a lesson for
CrossFit group-training sessions.
The Running Course is designed for anyone looking to learn and improve their basic running technique.
This course is the initial stage of completing the CrossFit Level 2 Certificate Course. If you have already purchased the in-person course, sign in with your CrossFit ID email to access the course.
This assessment is the final stage in completing the CrossFit Level 2 Certificate Course. If you have already completed the in-person course, sign in with your CrossFit ID email to access the assessment.