In Block Crossfit's 5,000-square-foot gym, certified trainers create a motivating and welcoming environment while teaching a system that anyone can learn. The inclusiveness of CrossFit is what drew owners Joe and Chris to CrossFit in the first place. They wanted to create a place where a sense of community could blossom, as well as fitness. As they perform functional movements at a high intensity, encouragement to reach finish lines and meet goals abound from both trainers and students. Besides that positive reinforcement, they keep everyone engaged by changing routines daily and avoiding the boredom of repetition.
Owner Jeremiah Head brings 20 years of coaching and 7 years of CrossFit-training experience to Zero Gravity CrossFit. He and his team of trainers motivate groups of exercisers as they lead them through intense CrossFit programs.
Exercisers at RC CrossFit practice three types of functional movement groups: weightlifting, gymnastics, and monostructural, otherwise known as cardiovascular. While these domains differ greatly, and the Workouts of the Day to which they contribute can range from as few as 3 minutes to as many as 60, they are united by scalability. In other words, by adjusting metrics such as load, duration, and intensity, all of these movements can be performed by any exerciser regardless of their fitness level or ability to chug cans of spinach.?
The result of long-term commitment is an overall preparedness to perform whatever fitness goals students have for themselves, whether that's besting a personal fitness record or playing with their grandkids well into the later stages of life.
The trainers at Kingdom 113 CrossFit foster a supportive, team-spirited atmosphere during all classes. They know that training's tough, but they also know a little motivation from peers and instructors can go a long way toward achieving goals. Their classes focus on a system of constantly varied functional movements performed at a high intensity. To ensure everyone can participate, they scale workouts to suit fitness and skill levels. And they never do the same workout twice, switching up routines daily to keep boredom at bay. Additionally, they offer coed classes and women's-only classes and ease all new students into the program with a foundations course.
Run by a team of dedicated instructors, Shark Tank MMA Gym helps push students to achieve their potential, both physically and mentally. Not content to let its members settle for giving less than their full effort, the gym's leaders foster a sense of community in the supportive and challenging environment for everyone from beginners to aspiring MMA fighters and champion thumb wrestlers. Their fitness classes borrow from an array of disciplines to tone bodies, improve conditioning, and test endurance.
From tossing medicine balls to jumping onto oversize tires, all's fair game during The Train Station's boot camps. Sessions cover a wide range of fitness areas including muscular endurance, weight loss, agility, balance, and flexibility. The camp's trainers ensure that participants of all fitness levels have fun and move toward their goals in a supportive group environment.