We’d love to you have you join us for a class or train with us for however long you are in Whistler.
Scroll down for details on the 2017 OPEN
To sign up for classes head to our schedule and create a profile as a new user. Once you’ve created a profile you can register for classes. In order to reserve, the system will charge your credit card to reserve a space.
We are fortunate to have guests from around the world drop in and train with us. We want you to make our gym your home away from home. (We do expect that you have CrossFit experience before joining any of our classes. If you have questions about this, please contact us before arriving for class.)
If you are here for a casual drop in, the cost is $22 (Plus taxes). If you buy a shirt when you are here (Shirt price is $30) , then we’ll only charge you an extra $15 for that T-shirt. (That’s $37 for both a T-shirt and a drop-in. Prices do not include taxes). If you plan on training with us on a frequent basis while here. We offer a couple of options; 1 week pass, 2 week pass and 10x punch card. You can see our prices on our rates page.
We ask all of our clients to pre-register for classes, and the same goes for guests. (We do this because we limit the number of athletes per class.) If you plan on purchasing any apparel or a pass option you don't see available for online purchase, we still want you to reserve your spot by paying the drop in rate online and completed the liability waiver prior to arrival.
Entering your credit card details and pre-purchasing your drop in fee is necessary prior to arrival. We see way too many guests reserve spots and never attend. We'd like to avoid this as it takes away the opportunity for other guests and our members to attend. We accept Visa and M/C. Our website will accept Visa or Master Card.
After paying the $22 drop-in (Once you are here.), there would be an extra $15 plus taxes for the purchase of a T-shirt. We’ll also extend a discount to our Hoodies and Shorts. They are regularly $60, but since you’ve already paid the $22 drop in, we’ll charge you just $38 extra for the Hoodie or Drop in. (That’s $60 for a drop in and Hoodie or Shorts, $22 off.)
the 2018 Crossfit open
Does your Whistler vacation happen to overlap with the CrossFit Open. We can help. Over the years we've helped many guests do their workouts and be judged, and they've helped us with some judging along the way.
Friday night will be our community throwdown night. Having said that, Friday not isn't the only time you can do the OPEN at our gym. There are a total of 3 timeframes you can register to do the OPEN WOD. Friday evening, Saturday late morning, or Saturday evening. If you click over to our schedule, you can register for whatever times suits you best. Look for the class that says 2018 OPEN WOD, and register away. (Note that we can't guarantee that our class timing will flow correctly, as we don't know the time domain of the WOD, and how many people can do the workout at the same time. We will most certainly do our best!)
Every year that schedule accommodates most people, but not everyone. So, if you can't make any of those times, here are your options. As you read on, please keep in mind that we are not trying to charge more than our drop in rate of $22 per class. But we also have classes to run, clients to prioritize clients, and a small gym to make everything work.
You can hire 1 of our coaches to come in when the gym is not in use to judge your workout. The cost to do so is $50. Again, in our perfect world, you can make one of the scheduled times work, but if you can't we'll do our best to offer times outside of classes to accommodate your needs.
If you are looking to do the workout right when it's released, then unfortunately we can't help you. I say this because without prior knowledge of the workout, and how to properly judge it, I can say without hesitation that we won't be prepared. There is potential for doing it later in the evening. However, that cannot be determined until the workout is released.
If you are regional bound you will need your workout to be filmed. All things involved in filming will be your responsibility. Everything from camera, to ensuring the footage meets the standards put forth by the CrossFit Games, and any other rule they might have.
here to stay?
We offer a variety of passes, so if your visit to whistler is more permanent, we’d be happy to make your Opus Athletics your new place to train. Please visit our rates page for longer pricing options. We sell 1 week and 2 week passes. As well as a monthly pass. We will also offer a couples rate for those that not only stay together, but train together.
So to sum things up, we’d love to have you join us for a workout! But, we need you to sign in to classes, please don’t just show up. You can always call or email to get yourself registered in.
WHEN IN ROME
You might find that our gym runs a little differently than the one you train at. Should you feel uncomfortable or have questions, please bring it up to our trainer so that we can help you out. We program CrossFit Mon-Tue-Wed-Fri-Sat, with Thu-Sun off. We do have some specialty classes throughout the week, and Sunday the gym is closed. You’ll note that we do not post our WODs. We do have a weekly training layout that we post on Facebook and Instagram that is helpful to know what to expect. We can accommodate any injury or modification out there, so you have nothing to fear. If you feel the workout needs modification, we are always happy to assist.
Lastly, we are not set up for you to do your own programming unless you arrive at Open Gym Times. So if you’d like to train with us, be prepared to follow what we are doing. (We do our best to accommodate slight changes to programming if we can, but our priority is to run the class.) If you have a special request that falls outside what’s described, email us and we’ll do what we can.
I CROSSFIT, BUT MY FRIEND DOESN'T - can he or she come to a Crossfit class?
Unfortunately, to attend a CrossFit class, you need CrossFit experience. It has zero to do with fitness level, as it could well exceed the average person, or maybe fitter then any of our clients. But, we have no way of ensuring safe execution of the exercises. All risk no reward would be how I would put it. This policy is to ensure we can provide quality training to our clients and guests, and cannot do so unless all of our guests have CrossFit experience.