The biggest concern I hear from non-CrossFitters (is that even a word?) is that CrossFit causes injuries. To be realistic, once you get up off the couch and get active, the odds of injury increases regardless of the activity or sport,
I don't think this gym gives a good name to Crossfit or what a good environment can do for you. This is coming from a 2.5 year crossfitter. The coach (which I believe was the owner) was not friendly and made it a point to let everyone know
Patricia, as a CrossFit Coach sometimes we must make changes to a warm-up or WOD to accommodate the class size. We are not a big gym so sometimes changes have to be made. Many times there are different ability levels in class and
Some of most knowledgeable and caring staff when it comes to all things fitness. Every coach is well versed in the best ways to help improve movements in every athlete from beginner to advanced. All coaches are also well educated in the
Best coaches and fitness atmosphere in the city. The new facilities are second to none. They have a no nonsense approach to coaching that will do nothing but improve all aspects of your fitness. Promoting General Awesomeness is right!