How much does CrossFit cost?
Ashburn, VA

How much does CrossFit cost?

Ashburn, VA

How much does CrossFit cost?

$20 – $25average cost per day pass (drop-in class)
$150 – $200 average membership cost per month (unlimited)
$1,500 – $2,000average yearly membership fee (unlimited)

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$20 – $25 average cost per day pass (drop-in class)

$150 – $200 average membership cost per month (unlimited)

$1,500 – $2,000 average yearly membership fee (unlimited)


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CrossFit prices

CrossFit prices are $20 to $25 per person for a drop-in pass with 1-day validity. CrossFit costs $150 to $200 per month for unlimited access. A CrossFit yearly membership fee is $1,500 to $2,000. Kids’ classes cost $70 to $150 monthly. Prices vary by location and the number of classes.

CrossFit membership prices by type
Membership type Average price
Drop-in day pass  $20 – $25
Monthly unlimited membership  $150 – $200
Yearly membership  $1,500 – $2,000

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CrossFit cost per month

CrossFit costs per month start at $70 to $120 on average for 2 classes weekly or pay $150 to $200 for unlimited monthly access. Monthly membership plans at CrossFit gyms, also known as “boxes,” vary by coach availability, the frequency of attendance, and the number of members on the plan.

CrossFit cost per month - Chart
CrossFit cost per month - Chart
CrossFit monthly membership prices
Membership type Average price per month
2 classes per week $70 – $120
3 classes per week $120 – $150
Unlimited gym $150 – $200
Unlimited couple $200 – $300
Virtual training $30 – $75

CrossFit yearly fee

A CrossFit unlimited yearly membership fee is $1,500 to $2,000 on average. Some gyms also typically offer a 10% to 25% discount to active military, veterans, law enforcement, EMTs, and firefighters.

CrossFit yearly membership prices
Membership type Average price range
Unlimited yearly fee  $1,500 – $2,000
Discounted unlimited yearly fee for military, first responders, police, students, seniors, & teachers  $1,200 – $1,600

*Discounts vary according to the local gym’s policies.

CrossFit drop-in classes cost

CrossFit drop-in classes costs vary according to prices per day, per week, or per month. Adults traveling or seeking more schedule flexibility can get punch cards for 10 to 20 classes at a time.

Adult drop-in classes cost

Adult drop-in classes cost $20 to $25 for 1 day, and a free trial is available for the very first class in some gyms. Drop-in classes cost $70 to $100 for 1 week on average. Prices decrease for longer passes. Some passes are only available to those with prior CrossFit experience.

Drop-in costs per CrossFit pass type
Membership type Average price range
First timer drop-in (Free 1 st -trial class at some locations) $0 – $15
Day pass drop-in $20 – $25
5 – 7 class passes (1 week validity) $70 – $100
10-class pass (Valid 1 to 6 months) $125 – $240
20-class pass $250 – $450

A group of men and women lifting weights in a CrossFit class.
A group of men and women lifting weights in a CrossFit class.

CrossFit kids’ classes cost

Kids’ classes cost $70 to $150 per month for one child based on the number of enrollments. CrossFit programs focus on the child’s specific developmental needs. Some locations have teen classes, but most facilities allow teens in adult classes.

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CrossFit kids’ classes cost
Membership type Average total monthly price
1 kid  $70 – $150
2 kids  $90 – $160
3 kids  $190 – $250

*Kids’ rates start at $45 to $50 for classes only once per week.

CrossFit personal training costs

One-on-one CrossFit personal training costs $70 to $90 per hour on average. Private group classes cost $15 to $40 per person for each session, and discounts can apply depending on the group size. Personal training is for experienced people to accomplish specific goals.

CrossFit personal training costs
Membership type Average session price per person
Personal training 1 hour (one-on-one) $70 – $90
Private group training (2 people) $30 – $40
Private group training (3+ people) $15 – $35 

*Prices vary according to monthly membership deals offered at specific locations.

CrossFit membership cost by location

The following table shows the membership cost by location:

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CrossFit membership cost by location
State Average Membership Cost Per Month
Alabama $135 – $145
Alaska $160 – $170
Arizona $140 – $150
Arkansas $90 – $100
California $175 – $185
Colorado $145 – $155
Connecticut $165 – $175
Delaware $160 – $170
District of Columbia $255 – $265
Florida $145 – $155
Georgia $135 – $145
Hawaii $175 – $185
Idaho $120 – $130
Illinois $150 – $160
Indiana $130 – $140
Iowa $110 – $120
Kansas $115 – $125
Kentucky $120 – $130
Louisiana $120 – $130
Maine $110 – $120
Maryland $155 – $165
Massachusetts $165 – $175
Michigan $125 – $135
Minnesota $165 – $175
Mississippi $100 – $110
Missouri $155 – $165
Montana $105 – $115
Nebraska $135 – $145
Nevada $155 – $165
New Hampshire $165 – $175
New Jersey $170 – $180
New Mexico $120 – $130
New York $200 – $210
North Carolina $150 – $160
North Dakota $135 – $145
Ohio $125 – $135
Oklahoma $120 – $130
Oregon $145 – $155
Pennsylvania $145 – $155
Rhode Island $180 – $190
South Carolina $135 – $145
Tennessee $145 – $155
Texas $160 – $170
Utah $130 – $140
Vermont $170 – $180
Virginia $150 – $160
Washington $175 – $185
West Virginia $110 – $120
Wisconsin $125 – $135
Wyoming $145 – $155

  • Some locations also offer massage and 24/7 access.

  • Massage prices are $50 to $90 per hour.

CrossFit FAQs

What is CrossFit?

CrossFit is a form of high-intensity interval training (HIIT) for strength and conditioning in group classes or personal coaching. HIIT has short intervals of intense exercise (a few minutes or even seconds) separated by recovery time. CrossFit increases stamina, muscle size, and flexibility.

CrossFit classes combine:

  • Weightlifting

  • Calisthenics and gymnastics

  • Kettlebell training

  • Plyometrics

  • Cardio including squatting and jumping

  • Stretching

Is CrossFit worth it?

CrossFit is worth it for people who feel motivated by group classes and community challenges. The following table lists the main pros and cons:

Pros and cons of CrossFit
Pros Cons
  • Helps with weight loss
  • Increases flexibility/agility
  • Improves endurance
  • Burns calories
  • More supervised training & encouragement
  • Time commitment – 3-5 days weekly
  • High membership costs
  • More equipment sharing
  • Restricted schedules at some locations

Is CrossFit good for weight loss or building muscle?

The high-intensity workouts in CrossFit classes are good for weight loss and building muscle. Weightlifting classes are especially helpful to increase muscle size. However, coupling exercise with a good diet has an even greater impact on body fat percentage.

How long is a CrossFit class?

A CrossFit class typically lasts 45 to 60 minutes and consists of:

  1. Warmup (5 to 10 minutes): Light cardio, mobility work, and muscle activation

  2. Strength (15 minutes): Back squats, front squats, bench, deadlift, snatch, and clean and jerk

  3. Workout of the day (20 to 30 mins): Various exercises to improve conditioning, balance, agility, endurance, and anaerobic power

  4. Cool down (5 minutes): Static stretches, breathing drills, and foam rolling

How many days a week should I do CrossFit?

You should do CrossFit classes 2 to 3 days per week as a beginner with alternate rest days. After 3 to 6 months of experience, increase the weekly workout from 3 days to 5 days with 2 rest days.

How long does it take to see results from CrossFit?

You can see significant results in 8 to 12 weeks from CrossFit training 4 to 5 times per week. The workouts improve strength and cardiac health while reducing the percentage of body fat and increasing muscle mass.

Finding and choosing a CrossFit gym and trainer

When looking for a CrossFit trainer or gym, consider the following:

  • Choose a gym whose coaches hold certifications (CrossFit Level 1-4, USAW Sports Performance Coach, or Nutrition Certifications).

  • Check the equipment, floors, and bathrooms for cleanliness.

  • Make sure the gym has a consistent class schedule and structure.

  • Ask how many years of experience the trainers have.

  • Read reviews of the gym and coaches on Lessons.com and Google.

  • Ask friends, family, or community members for recommendations.

  • Get a copy of the refund and cancellation policies.

Questions to ask

  • How much experience do the coaches have?

  • What are your minimum certifications for trainers?

  • Which equipment types are available at the facility?

  • How is the facility sanitized?

  • Which types of classes do you offer?

  • How do classes progress as I become more experienced?

  • Do most classes take place in the mornings, afternoons, or evenings?

  • How many sessions do I have to attend for each course?

  • Are there any classes offered outside of the standard CrossFit ones?

  • What are my options if one or more of the classes is too difficult?

  • Do you offer discounts?

  • What are my payment options?

  • Can you help me set fitness goals?