The Certified CrossFit Coach (CCFC) performance evaluation is a one-day assessment of a trainer’s ability to coach CrossFit. Candidates will coach two workouts and be evaluated across six domains and 14 subdomains. This is not an instructional or educational course; it is an evaluation only. Successful candidates earn the designation of Certified CrossFit Coach (CCFC), which is the highest credential CrossFit offers to trainers. This evaluation is for experienced trainers who have been coaching CrossFit in a group setting for several years. The successful candidate is comfortable coaching a group of athletes of varied and unknown skill levels and abilities through any number of movements common to CrossFit.
Candidates must maintain a valid and active Certified CrossFit Trainer (CCFT) credential.
Candidates must possess a current cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) certificate. The following certificates are accepted:
All other certificates will be considered on a case-by-case basis.
Note: Only certificates that include AED instruction in the curriculum will be accepted.
Ongoing maintenance of CPR training is required every two years, and proof of a current certificate may be requested by the CrossFit Certification Department at any time.
CrossFit raters will evaluate each candidate using the following six domains: