The CrossFit Open is one of the best times of year at CrossFit Roots. It’s a time when athletes come together to workout, refocus on their fitness goals, cheer one another on, test their limits, and create new goals for the following year.
No matter your current fitness level or length of time doing CrossFit, there is so much to be gained from participating in The Open.
Below, we have outlined the 2022 CrossFit Open and how to register.
What is the CrossFit Open?
The 2022 CrossFit Games Open is a three-week competition open to anyone. Competitors are given one workout to complete each week and submit their scores online.
The Intramural Team Competition at Roots
Roots runs a shop-wide Intramural CrossFit Open Team Competition. It’s DA BOMB. What is your team competing for? Bragging rights. Bring all of your skills to the table – fitness, math, beer, geology, CrossFit history, the many hair styles of Dave Castro, cooking, baking – and more. Your team needs you! But – if you want to play in this fun overlay to the CrossFit Open – you must be signed up and registered at games.crossfit.com by FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH.
Can I still compete if I have to scale workouts?
Yes! There’s are Scaled, Foundation, and Adaptive divisions as well age brackets for Teens and Masters. The Open serves as a fantastic test of fitness but also a pathway to grow and add fitness to the bank over years and years. Yes, there is scaling, and we highly encourage you to participate in whatever division gets you to sign-up.
How to Register
Sign up by registering >>HERE<<. It’s $20 and since 2011, we haven’t had anyone ask for their money back.
What Are the Dates?
Week of February 22 – Open Week 1
Week of March 1 – Open Week 2
Week of March 8 – Open Week 3
I’m Thinking About It, How Can I Find Out More?
Talk to a coach at the shop. We’re always happy to sift through your questions, concerns, and thoughts on participating. Know that whether you choose to do the Scaled or Rx version of the 3 weeks, we’d be so happy to have you in the mix and participating in the event.
Let’s do this!