Every day, the certified trainers at CrossFit Cetro guide students through a different Workout of the Day. Based on CrossFit’s philosophy of varied, functional fitness, these workouts often blend disciplines such as cardio, weightlifting, strength training, gymnastics, and plyometrics. In the CrossFit Cetro gym, which is equipped more like a fitness playground, athletes might perform squats and rowing one day and dips on suspended rings the next. No matter the workout, trainers believe that each client’s needs are the same as a professional athlete's; the only difference is intensity and volume, which they can scale for each individual’s fitness level.
CrossFit workouts are not meant to be easy, though they are meant to be accessible to students of any fitness level. They incorporate functional movements alongside elements of track, gymnastics, and weightlifting, encouraging students to push themselves through sequences of pulling, squatting, jumping, throwing, carrying, sprinting, and levitating. Yet every drop of sweat falls in a safe and supportive group environment. Coaches Carlo Profico and Keakahiwalani Landschoot help each attendee scale the load as well as the intensity of the exercises, creating workouts that are challenging, yet doable. Increased strength and stamina is a given over time, but the coaches also hope to inspire their students mentally and emotionally by helping them overcome the workouts’ physical challenges and mid-rep pop quizzes.
we are not your average gym. you won't find shiny equipment, mirrors, or dry wall for that matter. you will find a raw space filled with kettlebells, medicine balls, tires, rings, ropes, pull-up bars, rowers etc. items that will push you to your limits to achieve greatness. above all, you will find a family of support.
In the eyes of an exercise enthusiast, 700 Fitness looks like a playground. Heavy ropes, tall boxes, and mallets wait to be hurled or jumped on. Bars of different heights support bodies as they swing up into the air, and elastic, neon straps provide resistance for challenging body-weight exercises.
But much like a ventriloquist dummy, the equipment is useless without some instruction. With the help of 700 Fitness's trained instructors, students weave through fitness circuits, KO punching bags, and learn how to always win The Floor is Lava game during parkour classes for all ages.
CrossFit LifeForce prides itself as a community of like-minded fitness enthusiasts, which, collectively, pushes individuals to meet and exceed their personal goals. With an expansive schedule that features classes six days per week—including during the evenings on most days—the facility welcomes seasoned exercisers and beginners alike. During each session, one of CrossFit LifeForce’s coaches leads groups through a WOD, or workout of the day, which gets posted to the website daily.
Between the gym walls, people are flipping tractor tires end to end, throwing medicine balls around, and jumping on and off tall wooden boxes. It may sound chaotic, but there’s a method to the madness and CrossFit Fort Washington's instructors make sure that method means a full-body workout. The staff fosters a tight-knit community as they shepherd classes through challenging workouts of the day (or WODs) such as pushups, inchworms, reverse scorpions, box jumps, and extreme high-fives. Using functional movements and an assortment of equipment, regular bouts of high-intensity exercise tone complete physiques through a mix of weight training, simple gymnastics, and cardio exercises.
CrossFit Jolt’s athletes stay positively charged thanks to workouts drawn up from CrossFit’s philosophy of constantly varied functional movements. Each Workout of the Day (WOD) is different and pulls moves from a cache of exercises that includes rowing, cardio, strength training, weightlifting, and gymnastics. It’s rare to find kettlebells and medicine balls laying around CrossFit Jolt, because the athletes are regularly wielding these objects as they hurl them through the air or use them to add an extra degree of difficulty to squats, presses, and lunges. Other times, CrossFit disciples might be performing body-weight exercises such as chin-ups and pushups.