SA Xtreme AgilityFit

AgilityFit is our newest program featuring functional training and body movements for SA Xtreme athletes with any physical disability. Athletes will meet in an indoor/outdoor setting where coaches will offer training similar to Adaptive CrossFit. Modifications will be applied to meet the needs of all levels of ability and mobility (i.e. seated, balance/coordination impairments). Looking for a different division? Check out SA Xtreme or recreational AgilityFit. Learn more about scholarships here.

Division Info

Appropriate for children who walk independently.
Appropriate for children who use an assistive device.
Appropriate for children who use a wheelchair.

SA Xtreme

  • Appropriate for physical disabilities only
  • Possess the skill and desire to train at a higher level
  • Must be able to comprehend and retain rules and skills, and then build upon them from week to week
  • 1:1 support is not provided, so must be able to train, compete, function in a group setting, and follow the coach’s directions without volunteer assistance
Typically offered
Winter Fall
Tuesday/Thursday practices for 5 months
11-28 years old
Program Fee
Program fee based on practice schedule and uniform kit

Participants should be able to ambulate independently, use an assistive device without assistance or demonstrate independent wheelchair agility, including self-propelling with good form and alignment.


  • Must be able to independently count repetitions of an exercise and stop at a designated number.
  • Must be able to independently initiate the next exercise in a listed sequence.


  • Must benefit from corrections to form and adjustments to body movements (cues may be modeled, verbal, visual, or tactile) and adjust accordingly.
  • Must adhere to all safety guidelines provided by gym and coaches, with a special focus on safety related to heavy weights.
  • Athletes must understand spatial awareness during workouts and movements.


  • Must be able to retrieve weight in various forms (dumbbell, kettlebell, barbell, etc) from the floor unassisted (at least 5 lbs in weight) and bring to hip height. 
  • Must be able to lift weight in various forms (dumbbell, kettlebell, barbell, etc) above head and/or chest (at least 5 lbs in weight)