Certified in CrossFit, Strongman, and Olympic lifting, experienced owner Andrew Essig leads the team at CrossFit Gambit. Together they teach the CrossFit system to enhance all 10 fitness factors, including endurance, strength, speed, and agility. Through intense exercises that employ functional movements while using a variety of weights and tools, instructors prep their charges for every kind of physical activity—from sports to work-related activities to daily chores, such as hammer throwing an empty gallon of milk into the recycling bin. They keep everyone engaged through positive reinforcement and team spirit, and they change up routines daily to avoid the drag of repetition.
Equipment: Again Faster pull-up rig, Rogue bumper plates,
Students should bring: Water bottle
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5 people
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: Yes
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: No
Parking: Parking lot
Pro Tip: Come prepared to work hard and have fun.
The team of certified trainers at CrossFit 314 comes from a wide range of experiences and training, from firefighters to Ironman competitors. These hardened athletes now share their training regimens with willing clients, keeping minds and bodies fully engaged with CrossFit's ever-changing Workouts of the Day. These exercises build strength, flexibility, and overall good health by incorporating everything from weightlifting and gymnastics to varied resistance training.
PHG CrossFit's workouts of the day combine weightlifting, gymnastics, and everyday movements to tone bodies and increase muscle mass. The experienced CrossFit instructors stay close to clients during workouts, ensuring they perform exercises using the proper techniques to prevent injury. Here, clients of all ages, fitness levels, and zodiac signs partake in the workouts, which can be modified to increase or decrease the difficulty level.
CrossFit Valley Park's instructors combine lifting, gymnastics, and resistance training to achieve full-body fitness. They implement a variety of tools, such as rowing machines, kettlebells, and medicine balls, and mix up routines daily. Changing exercises keeps boredom away, and the array of motions used preps participants for all physical endeavors. It's a system that can easily be scaled to each member's fitness level, as well. Before starting courses, instructors conduct comprehensive introduction processes that include a beginners' class and an evaluation of clients' current condition and movement limitations. They also keep classes small to ensure everyone receives detailed instructions and personal attention.
Seven days a week, the 1,500-foot facility that is CrossFit 618 gets people moving with workouts of the day and with motivation from personal trainers who lead classes. Their varied, high-intensity workouts help tone bodies while shedding fat, using functional muscle building to take the strain out of everyday movements that might otherwise cause injury. At the end of the day, each workout is intended to help anyone in the community get more fit and the team is there to provide support along each person's evolution.