CUSTOM PROGRAMMING

Do you have a personal or sporting goal that extends beyond basic fitness? Custom programming might be what you’re looking for.

We have a history helping athletes achieve their best performance in their respective disciplines, as well as helping athletes return to form after injury or extended absence. And we’ve helped many candidates train for the rigorous and specific demands of selection into the military, police force and fire service, with several of our clients successfully selected to tier one military training pipelines. If this interests you, please contact us to discuss your needs.

While sport-specific athletes cannot use CrossFit as a substitute for their sport-specific practice, fixing deficiencies in their general physical preparedness has immediate benefit within their sport. These carry-over benefits may not have obvious mechanical or metabolic explanations. For specialists at the advanced tier of their sport, there is a greater margin to improve their performance by improving their general physical preparedness versus spending more time in sport-specific strength-and-conditioning training. Sport training and physiology are not so well understood that highly specialized strength-and-conditioning routines are optimally effective, and CrossFit brings a combination of adaptations that lead to improved performance.

There’s some work to do at the front end to evaluate your baseline and weaknesses in-order to establish your custom program. Once we gain momentum you can expect to see steady results. As with any goal, the more clearly defined the objective and the greater the level of commitment, the greater the outcome.

$360 initially, then $260/mth

This service includes:

  • Initial data-collection and analysis.
  • Assessment of training volume tolerances and weaknesses.
  • Monthly programming.
  • Monthly video analysis and feedback.
  • Monthly Skype progress review.
  • Online Coaching.

$300 initially, then $240/mth

This service includes:

  • Initial data-collection and analysis.
  • Assessment of training volume tolerances and weaknesses.
  • Monthly programming.
  • Monthly progress review.
  • 45-minute monthly private coaching session.

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To apply, book a free consultation with Coach Alex Porter.

Packages require a 3-month minimum commitment.
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TESTIMONIALS

DEBBIE DOWNING

Alex saw some potential in me that I never saw in myself. With his expert coaching, programming and attention to detail with movement standards, he brought out the best in me …

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JANE FOGG

The program Alex has developed for me is different than other programs because it considers my personal strengths and weaknesses, evolves from my progress, and is tailored after discussions about volume and recovery. …

Just Some Of Our Incredible Achievements

2008

CrossFit Auckland athlete Jason Redding wins the first ever CrossFit affiliate hosted functional fitness event in New Zealand: CFNZ’s “Fittest Games”.

2009

Hosted the first major CrossFit Auckland functional fitness event, which has evolved into the annual ‘Battle of the Fittest’, regarded as NZ’s premier competition for CrossFitters.

2010

Sent TEAM CFAK to the CrossFit Games Australia Regional in Sydney, Australia, emerging victorious at the end of the weekend: qualifying 1st in our region to the CrossFit Games.

Team members: Alex Porter (c), Bernie Murch, Alex McRobie, Debbie Downing, Jason Yianakis and Julie Caradec.

2011

TEAM CFAK returns to the CrossFit Games Australia Regional, placing 13th overall.

Team members: Bernie Murch (c), Garth Hill, Debbie Downing, Alex McRobie, Ashleigh Foote and Richard Blainey.

TEAM CFAK finish 3rd overall at the inaugural Mount CrossFit National Teams competition.

Team members: Alex Porter (c), Bernie Murch, Alex McRobie and Ashleigh Foote.

2012

CrossFit Auckland athlete Debbie Downing qualifies for and finishes 7th in the world at the Reebok CrossFit Games (Masters 50-54), and wins the CrossFit Auckland Games (now known as the Battle of the Fittest), masters division.

CrossFit Auckland athlete Alex McRobie qualifies for and finishes 48th at the Reebok CrossFit Games Australia Regional, and wins the inaugural Industrial Athletic Invitational.

TEAM CFAK finishes 32nd overall in The Open.

CrossFit Auckland athlete Kate Mitchell wins the 2012 CrossFit Auckland Games (now known as the Battle of the Fittest), and places 2nd at the inaugural Industrial Athletic Invitational.

TEAM CFAK finish 2nd overall at the Mount CrossFit National Teams competition.

Team members: Alex McRobie (c), Kate Mitchell, Aaron Candy and Puawai Munro-Halkyard.

CrossFit Auckland athletes take 1st and 2nd in ‘Rx’ category, and 1st in ‘Scaled’ category at the inaugural CFI “Two 2 Tango” pairs event.

2013

CrossFit Auckland athlete Puawai Munro-Halkyard qualifies for and finishes 20th at the Reebok CrossFit Games Australia Regional, and wins the inaugural FSCF Weightlifting Open championships.

CrossFit Auckland athlete Debbie Downing wins the New Zealand Masters competition.

TEAM CFAK finishes 47th overall in The Open.

TEAM CFAK weightlifters win the inaugural Functional Strength CrossFit Weightlifting Postal.

Team members: Alex McRobie, Puawai Munro-Halkyard, Alex Porter, Laura Mittenthal, Aaron Candy and Tila Hamad.

2014

CrossFit Auckland athlete Debbie Downing returns to the Reebok CrossFit Games (Masters 50-54), and finishes 11th overall.

TEAM CFAK once again gets back to the CrossFit Games Australia Regional, placing 27th overall.

Team members: Matiu Brown, Janelle Hunter, Garth Hill (c), Asuka Burge, Matty Kerr and Tila Hamad.

CrossFit Auckland athlete Puawai Munro-Halkyard edges out a couple of CrossFit Games athletes to win the 2nd annual Wellington Cup, wins the Functional Strength CrossFit Weightlifting Championship and places 3rd at the Battle of the Fittest.

CrossFit Auckland athletes Tila Hamad (69kg) and Puawai Munro-Halkyard (63kg), win National Titles in their respective categories at the Olympic Weightlifting New Zealand Nationals. Read Article.

2015

CrossFit Auckland athlete Debbie Downing (Masters 50-54) and remote coaching athlete Jane Fogg (Masters 40-44), qualify through the Open to the CrossFit Games Masters Qualifier; Debbie achieving a rank of 29th and Jane 31st world wide in their respective categories.

CrossFit Auckland athlete Debbie Downing taking her first foray into Olympic Weightlifting competition, first at the Functional Strength competition where she broke one Snatch, three Clean and Jerk, and three Total records. Then in October at the OWNZ New Zealand Masters Weightlifting Championship Debbie broke two Snatch, two Clean and Jerk and two Total records, also winning her age group across all weight divisions and finishing 5th on Sinclair.

CrossFit Auckland athlete Jane Fogg wins the Battle of the Fittest masters division.


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