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. Courses aimed at young athletes rely on powerful movements to prepare athletes for challenging competitive environments.
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.
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.
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.
The Fitwell Center's trainers want their clients to experience more than just a good gym workout—they want them to have fun while working on healthier lifestyle habits, too. They believe that each person should live life to the fullest, and with their fitness and wellness services, they're prepared to help their clients accomplish exactly that. Along with personal-training and wellness services, they hold group fitness classes, combining CrossFit training with cardio moves for the most effective sessions.