The trainers at Crossfire Fitness know that fitting a workout into a busy schedule can be tough—that’s why they offer classes that start as early as 5 a.m. and go through the evening. In addition to leading boot-camp classes that rotate through a range of cardio and strength-training workouts, they helm TRX Suspension classes. Originally designed for Navy SEALs exercise regimens, elastic TRX Suspension cables add resistance to functional movements, working to build strength, work cores, and boost flexibility.
The staff supplement these two classes with nutritional guidance and personal-training sessions, helming a comprehensive system that helps clients get in shape and know the right muscle-friendly foods to consume, especially before auditioning to be Dolph Lundgren’s stunt double.
At CrossFit Power Lab, kettlebells, rowing machines, plyometric boxes, and climbing ropes replace the treadmills and elliptical machines traditionally found in a gym. CrossFit offers high-intensity exercises based on functional fitness, which involves training your body to handle real-life situations. Coaches here oversee classes and tailor moves for each individual to make sure everyone is equally challenged, whether lifting weights, rowing, or flipping tires.
CrossFit Unforgiven's team of certified trainers lead clients on the rippling, flexing road to health, steeling muscles with dead lifts, pushups, running, and pull-ups. Individual-specified workouts begin with weight-free technique training and focus on building physical, metaphysical, and mental strength.
Fit Body Boot Camp instructors guide clients toward their fitness and weight-loss goals at locations throughout the world. They lead group workouts that integrate cardio exercise with resistance training and weight training, keeping sessions varied in order to avoid disheartening plateaus. Nutritional guidance supplements tailored fitness programs to ensure that clients are properly fueled to lose, gain, or maintain their weight.
Although they all come from different backgrounds, the coaches at CrossFit Covert agree on the best part of every workout: the community. Each workout of the day challenges its participants to lift weights and complete exercises for functional fitness. The intensity of the routine varies according to who's doing it, but the movements remain the same. The camaraderie is likewise shared?everyone encourages everyone else to finish their reps and come back for more.
With its bright yellow accents and open floorspace, the gym welcomes visitors of all ages. Many of its classes have babysitters scheduled at the same time, so parents can bring their children. Also on the schedule are women's boot-camp classes, kids' classes, and Saturday yoga sessions.