Constantly varied, functional movements executed at high intensity. CrossFit is designed for everyone. It is scalable in all aspects making it the perfect fitness regime for any individual, regardless of experience. All of our CrossFit workouts are based on functional movements with the simple goal of increasing your fitness to improve quality of life.
Candor Champions class is designed to improve the athleticism and fitness of Candor’s youngest athletes. Champions classes are designed by former MLB Pitcher and Candor Owner, Lance Cormier with a focus on strength, power, endurance and speed in athletes ages 8-13. Whether the Champions athlete’s training is sports-specific or simply to improve overall fitness, parents can expect to see consistent improvement and athleticism with commitment to the program.
Want to improve your health, wellness and fitness? Want to look, feel and perform your best? Want to live longer and improve your quality of life? Nutrition is the foundation of health and overall fitness. At Candor we ensure you have the resources needed to create healthy nutrition habits and monitor progress.
Myzone is an innovative wearable heart rate based system that uses wireless and cloud technology to accurately and conveniently monitor physical activity. Myzone delivers a fully connected solution for anyone who wants an accurate (equiv. to an EKG at 99.4%), gamified and motivating wearable experience. Myzone monitors heart rate, calories and time exercising while displaying live on a screen so athletes and coaches can adjust effort and improve class experience. MYZONE participation is not required to join, but is highly recommended.
Candor Power Hour is a nonprofit organization started by CrossFit Candor. Power Hour is a weekly class for adaptive and special needs athletes in the Tuscaloosa area. This class targets their long and short-term goals, as well as focuses on increasing their overall independence. Most Power Hour athletes utilize this hour each week as their Occupational Therapy since no pediatric options for that exist medically in Tuscaloosa. Starting with just one athlete in early 2014, Power Hour now includes nine athletes ranging in age from 3 – 38 years old. Power Hour seeks not only to provide physical help to these athletes, but to build relationships with them and create a support system that last a lifetime.