Movement is Medicine
Our program includes virtual and in-person personal training and fitness classes led by Certified Functional Strength Coaches (CFSC). Our elite fitness programming integrates with our Primary Health team to help you reach your goals.
Set up a custom training schedule—online or in-person—that meets your needs and your busy life
Meet your Crossover Coaches
Unlike big commercial gyms that require annual memberships, you’ll feel comfortable in our health-designed, health-inspired fitness rooms, or even your own living room. With a Crossover coach supervising your training, you’ll know you are exercising correctly, safely and that it is beneficial for your body, to reach your full potential.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is Crossover Fitness?
Powered by elite-level coaches certified in functional strength training (CFSC), select Crossover Health centers will be offering virtual fitness training, reconditioning and personal training virtually and in-person. Crossover Fitness is a results-driven approach to training that covers every aspect necessary to achieve patient’s goals, whether they involve sports performance, weight loss, or a healthier lifestyle. Personal training is designed to integrate closely with our primary care and health coaching teams to improve patient outcomes and help our members reach their health goals.
What options do I have for fitness at Crossover?
Currently, Crossover Fitness is comprised of Personal Training (1:1 customized in-person or virtual coaching) and our Virtual Fitness Subscription (group fitness and remote programming).
Is there a cancellation/no-show fee for personal training sessions?
It is our policy that Members are able to cancel scheduled sessions no later than 5pm PST on the day prior to an appointment without incurring a charge. Cancellations or no-shows after this window will require members to pay for the session.
Can employees use their FSA, HSA, or HRA debit cards to pay for group or personal training classes?
Our fitness services may be eligible for the treatment of a medical condition when accompanied with a prescription or a Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) from a physician with a flexible spending account (FSA), health savings account (HSA) or a health reimbursement arrangement (HRA). Fitness programs reimbursement is not eligible with a dependent care flexible spending account (DCFSA) or a limited care flexible spending account (LCFSA).
How can a patient use FSA/HSA/HRA funds for Crossover Fitness with a Letter of Medical Necessity?
- Patients can use their HSA/FSA/HRA funds to pay for their fitness classes/sessions if they have a signed Letter of Medical Necessity (LMN) from a physician.
- Crossover cannot guarantee that HSA/HRA/FSA dollars will be approved even with a LMN.
- Upon member request, a host can create a superbill for them to submit to their HSA/HRA/FSA along with the LMN.
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