On Ramp:

This 4 session program is designed to introduce you to CrossFit, and ready you for success in the large group sessions. Any level of athlete will benefit from this foundational class as it breaks down the functional movements of barbell work, kettle bell handling, and gymnastics pieces. This class is required for athletes new to Snake River CrossFit, and includes a warm up, movement development, and a workout.  These sessions are set up by appointment only.



General Physical Preparedness:

This 1 hour class includes a warm up, conditioning, and a strength or accessory piece. The hour is focused toward general physical preparedness by utilizing functional movements performed at high intensity. All movements & workouts are universally scalable- meaning any body, at any fitness level, is welcome to join after completing the On Ramp Course Work.


5:30, 6:30, 9:30 am

12:15 pm, 4:15, 5:15, 6:15 pm    

Monday, Wednesday & Friday ONLY 



10:00 am & 11:00am


 10:00 am


This class is specifically geared toward developing proficiency in the Olympic Weightlifting movements: Clean & Jerk, and Snatch. Increase flexibility, improve positioning & master technical skill transfer exercises while developing explosive speed and strength.

Monday, Wednesday, Thursday





Mom Ramp:

This class is designed, and coached by, Certified & Licensed Midwife & CrossFit Trainer Rachel Elling.  You’ll experience a strong and healthy pregnancy, recovery from childbirth, nutritional guidance to best support activity during pregnancy / postpartum while brestfeeding, along with connection and community with other new and expecting mothers.  



Snake River CrossFit Kids

CrossFit Kids combines the elements of the 10 General Physical Skills with additional focus on elements that encourage bone density and vestibular system development to maximize children and teens physical skills during peak development. This class is designed to keep children engaged, teach them proper movement mechanics, and to create a broad athletic foundation. We pair fitness and fun creating a lifelong love of fitness and health in children. This program runs on 6-week blocks. Contact Program Director, Madi Lewis for more information.



6:15 pm (5-10 yrs)    


6:15 (5-10 yrs)

 7:00 pm (11+)

*During 6 week blocks

Motown & Mobility:

Restore function to tired tissues. Learn methods to stretch, rehabilitate, recover, and maintain health so you can continue to progress in training.

Workshops by appointment with    


Special Edition:  

This program’s objective is to provide children with special needs a fun, positive, safe, and consistent environment to be social and active. Snake River Crossfit is fully aware and committed to each child's unique and specific needs, along with finding ways that allow each child to experience success. Snake River Crossfit aims to provide children programming that encourages them to become engaged in fitness and play in order to make positive steps towards living a more healthy and active lifestyle. Snake River Crossfit is actively involved in the community in many different ways, however, the “Special Edition” Program is a first in the Treasure Valley area.
Contact for more details

KINE 10201 (Foundations of Fitness): 

Eric Haskins, CrossFit Trainer (CF-L3) introduced the Treasure Valley's first fully accredited college course offering in partnership with Northwest Nazarene University, KINE 10201 (Foundations of Fitness.)  During the semester, students develop a basic understanding of Fitness and the components that support an active and healthy lifestyle.  Content includes fundamental human movements that support safe, as well as advanced training techniques, for strength and conditioning that can be employed in training for life and sport.  This is a brand new program with NNU that meets twice a week for 55 minutes.  This 100 level course is structured to include a Warm-Up, Technique/Skill, Workout, Cool-Down and Lecture.  He personally designed the course to be a unique, one of a kind experience that would change the way Fitness was taught and discussed in the university setting.  The course is by enrollment only, through NNU.