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The no-frills style of workouts adopted by the trainers at Combat CrossFit / Northland Strength and Conditioning perhaps stems from the fact that the business's founders first operated out of their garage. But even though the workouts are raw, they still have something for everyone. Today, in their expansive, unadorned, warehouse-style gym space, the coaches prepare first-timers with four 45-minute fundamentals classes that give students a grounding in the CrossFit philosophy while showing them proper exercise technique and how to avoid injury.
After students complete the fundamentals courses, they move on to the main CrossFit classes. Daily CrossFit routines involve a warm up and workout of the day, which the trainers constantly change to keep fresh, much like milk or opinions on whether pugs are cute.
If scientists ever decide to build a super-athlete from scratch, they might want to consider CrossFit Topeka’s owner and head trainer, Roger Laubengayer, as a model. A two-time Division III football All-American, hapkido black belt, and dedicated marathon runner, Laubengayer can seem more machine than man. His friendly demeanor, however, puts that comparison to rest, and it’s one of the reasons that athletes of all ages and abilities have flocked to his studio to learn about the benefits of CrossFit.
A fully certified CrossFit Level 1 Trainer, Laubengayer leads his students through challenging daily workouts that fuse cardio and strength training. Though workouts vary daily to avoid mind-numbing repetition, most incorporate signature CrossFit exercises such as burpees, pull-ups, pushups, squats, kettlebell drills, weight lifting, and shot-putting cars illegally parked inside the studio.
A room full of dumbbells, medicine balls, kettlebells, and giant tires helps guests whip their bodies into shape at Brookside CrossFit. Here trained instructors guide clients through intense CrossFit workouts, which combine a series of constantly varied, targeted movements designed to increase strength and endurance while burning calories. These classes are held early in the morning and late in the afternoon, meaning it's easy to squeeze in a trip to the gym—no matter if you have a hectic work schedule or an all-too-brief parole.
NKC CrossFit's dedicated coaches lead students through intense, constantly varied functional movements, which build cardiovascular and respiratory endurance as well as strength. Coaches strive to help each client surpass their personal best during workouts that change daily, which may include exercises such as lunges, weightlifting, or opening pickle jars using only your teeth.
Though the CrossFit program is well known for its intense exercises, NKC’s coaches ensure that no participant gets left behind. They help each client slowly build up their strength and skills, and thoroughly explain each workout to avoid injuries. They also bolster the effects of their training programs with nutritional counseling, keeping clients from backsliding into old, unhealthy habits.
Owner Scott Lofquist and his team of trainers welcome professional athletes and first-time lifters alike at CrossFit I35. Their only requirement is that you never say, "I can't." They focus on high-intensity strength-training regimens while emphasizing functional technique, which prepares patrons for effortlessly scaling flights of stairs or carrying a sumo wrestler back home after a night of hard partying. Their sessions cover strength-building workouts from the perennially popular kettlebell sessions to the extreme muscular challenge of Olympic lifting exercises. With ever-changing routines, the trainers help patrons battle workout boredom and sculpt more chiseled physiques.
Each day, CrossFit 913's trainers design new routines daily to keep boredom from setting in and to ensure all muscles get an ample workout. This constant variation prepares students for all brands of physical activity, including athletic pursuits and everyday acts such as carrying the laundry. They also assign exercises based on their functionality, which improves all domains of fitness, including strength, speed, and agility. Furthermore, the system is flexible, allowing the trainers to scale workouts to each member's abilities and fitness levels. Before diving into the deep end of CrossFit, however, all students must begin with specialized beginner classes that instruct them on basic movements and proper technique to ensure safety.
It's easier to tackle a goal when you have support, and at SKO Fitness, a variety of options await exercisers in search of a community. In addition to personal training, coaches also conduct partner training sessions, which give trainees the chance to have a guided workout with a friend, spouse, or parole officer. Meanwhile, up to four friends can opt for group training, as can sports teams looking to tone up together. Then, of course, there are the fit camps, which are group programs that feature high-energy workouts scalable to exercisers of different abilities.
Luke Denney, a certified CrossFit and MMA conditioning coach, lays claim to a storied athletic career: A national championship with the University of Nebraska football team, a regional soccer championship with Rockhurst University, and experience as a mixed martial artist reside inside his inner trophy case. To keep his body in game-day shape, he founded a training center in his garage. His goals would soon outgrow the humble space, blossoming into CrossFit Diem’s professional-grade gym.
When he’s not busy readying professional UFC contenders for fight night, Coach Denney guides everyday exercisers down the road to better health with CrossFit’s functional movements and intense workouts. His accessible and inclusive program focuses on strength building and endurance, making it a favorite regimen for those in tough, hard-hitting occupations such as police officers, special-operations soldiers, and professional rock eaters. CrossFit Diem’s enthusiastic community of students spans all genders, ages, and fitness levels, welcoming newcomers into a world of rippling biceps, toned abs, and well-hurtled medicine balls.
CrossFit is a tough system of intense functional exercises, but CrossFit On Track's coaches do everything to keep spirits high and students focused on fitness. For one, they scale workouts to individual abilities. Secondly, they give their crew a new workout each day to tackle. That keeps boredom at bay and muscles from plateauing. They also approach classes with positivity, offering support and motivation every step of the way. On top of all that, they provide childcare, specialized weight-loss programs, and even kids' CrossFit classes.
At CrossFit Cerberus, the instructors and students work together to create a tightly knit community in which support and encouragement are bedrocks to the demanding fitness regimen. Bolstered by this support, the self-motivated students
challenge themselves and safely push their limits in classes that use an ever-changing array of interval training exercises designed to improve strength, stamina, and overall fitness.
The instructors provide personalized guidance whenever possible, ensuring that visitors know how to safely perform pushups, heft weights, swing kettlebells, flip oversized truck tires, and throw medicine balls into a low orbit. When combined with countless other conditioning and strength-training techniques, these CrossFit exercises provide full-body workouts that allow students of any fitness level to scale the load and intensity of each move, better complementing their own capabilities while still safely pushing their limits.
At the helm of CrossFit Lawrence is owner Thomas Thatcher. Certified in everything from CrossFit to USA Weightlifting and CPR, he also relies on his experience as a black belt to lead CrossFit classes that are equally eclectic. During those classes, Thatcher and his team of certified instructors guide participants through daily workouts that incorporate varied, functional movements. They get participants flipping giant tractor tires, lifting weights, and throwing medicine balls, all of which use everyday movements and work every muscle group. Their encouraging shouts rattle the walls of the brand-new 6,000-square-foot facility, which brims with a massive bouldering wall and $30,000 worth of CrossFit gear.
B-Fit CrossFit South's trainers take in students who are bored with their workouts—or maybe haven't ever really worked out. They teach these students the functional movements of CrossFit, designed to help people tackle any daily challenge with speed and strength. Their particular skill, though, lies in keeping students engaged.
The coaches mine every form of motivation they can. They change up the
routine daily, targeting different muscle groups with a range of exercises. In addition to providing a supportive, positive environment for students, they turn workouts into a bit of a competition. They maintain a leaderboard, posting the number of repetitions of each exercise that every student manages to complete. There's no prize for winning, other than pride, temporary bragging rights, and a full 24 hours of being able to scare any piece of gym equipment just by looking at it.