CrossFit Garwood?s certified coaches don?t just build athletes?they create fighters who can conquer the physical and emotional challenges of everyday life. Exercisers of all levels flock to the 8,000-square-foot facility for functional training drills practiced by police academies, military forces, and professional alligator wrestlers. During the workout of the day, they spur one another on through kettlebell swings, weightlifting moves, and muscle-ups on a Rogue pull-up system. Some days, they dart across a 40-yard track, on others they bound across turf like a mob of rugby-playing kangaroos. One hour On Ramp classes, help beginners hone exercises such as box jumps and ball slams before plunging into the full-fledged program. To make trips to the gym as convenient as possible, CrossFit Garwood and its partner facility, Gold Medal Fitness, teem with amenities such as lockers, showers, and childcare services.
Equipment: Barbells, bumper plates, kettlebells, rowing machines
Students Should Bring: Water, towel, athletic sneakers
Average Class Length: 30-60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class Location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration Required: No
Good for Beginners: Yes
Guests Allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
The supportive, motivational coaching team at CrossFit Westfield leads exercisers into the gritty world of CrossFit, a high-intensity strength and conditioning program used worldwide to train police officers, martial artists, military units, and elite st. bernards. After completing on ramp—a four-session course that teaches newbies CrossFit's nine basic movements—patrons can enlist in regular 45-minute routines, which feature an arsenal of functional movements that mirror everyday actions, such as pulling, pushing, lifting, throwing, and making breakfast.
While it's intense, CrossFit scales to challenge exercisers of all stripes, and Westfield’s instructors can tone down or turn up any workout depending on a person's fitness level. With continued practice, CrossFit participants will see improvement in 10 different fitness categories, including cardiovascular endurance, flexibility, coordination, and agility. Classes are held every day except Sunday (click here for the schedule).
How do you make CrossFit's notorious workout of the day even more challenging? Well, judging from this video on CrossFit 135's website, you make students complete the squats, body presses, and other functional movements upside down.
Regardless of whether you find yourself inverted, upright, or floating in midair, you'll get an intense workout at this innovative fitness studio in Clark. And though words like "intense" sound scary, they shouldn't; CrossFit's workouts can be scaled and modified to anyone's fitness abilities.
Sometimes, conquering a physical challenge requires more than just strength, it demands complete mental focus?especially when that challenge is learning how to throw MMA punches or muay thai strikes like a pro. The trainers at BrawlHouse know this well, which is why they've worked hard to create a supportive, distraction-free community where clients of all genders and ages can work to achieve their goals. The gym's fighting and fitness programs are designed to challenge minds and bodies at the same time, like a game of chess played in quicksand. Examples include Brazilian jiu-jitsu, which teaches the basics of submission grappling, SSF Elite, which fuses Pilates and yoga into one core-strengthening workout, and plyo-boot camp, which invokes high-intensity jump-training exercises.
CrossFit PF is a spacious fitness center designed to help busy clients reach their maximum fitness potential in a minimum of time. Offering a large strength training room, cardio machines, group fitness classes in private rooms, and personal training, this gym has everything its members need to burn fat and build muscle efficiently. With childcare available onsite, experienced trainers, and plenty of duplicate equipment to reduce machine waiting time, clients will find help along their fitness journey.