Certified CrossFit trainer Rob Davis and his team of trainers rely the system's on muscle confusion and functional strength workouts to boost the fitness of students of all ages, sizes, and experience levels. At CrossFit Triple D—where the three D's are desire, discipline, and dedication—free weights, kettlebells, and medicine balls occupy the space between patriotically painted walls. Members push through CrossFit routines both inside and outdoors, completing obstacle courses that include everything from tire flips to sled pushes. Workouts also rotate daily, ensuring that muscles never tire of strength, cardio, and endurance routines that might include everything from situps and jump rope sessions to box jumps and burpees. Rob and his trainers aim for a healthy balance between guiding individuals and fostering teamwork, often reminding recruits that "we can't make you want it, but we can help you get there."
Equipment: Dumbells, barbells, boxes, pull-ups bars, medballs, etc.
Students should bring: Athletic clothes. We provide water and towels.
Average class length: 60 minutes
Number of Staff: 1?5
Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes
Registration required: No
Good for beginners: Yes
Guests allowed: Yes
Parking: Parking lot
The instructors at Crossfit PBA range from a former athlete reclaiming his competitive drive to another who passed out during his first CrossFit warm-up. No matter where they started, they all have one thing in common: they were immediately hooked. It's this same experience that they hope to instill in their clients and workout buddies, demonstrating that nearly all fitness goals can be reached. To do this, they continually educate themselves in CrossFit methodology in order to emphasize safe and efficient daily workouts.
An official CrossFit training facility, CrossFit Port Saint Lucie builds powerful bodies with exercises inspired by gymnastics, Olympic weightlifting, and track and field. Safety-focused trainers lead group workouts that crackle with camaraderie and one-on-one sessions that enlighten participants with custom exercise routines and nutritional guidance. Both types of sessions brim with CrossFit moves such as box jumps and handstand pushups, challenging participants to run faster and stomp antique tea sets harder. In addition to conditioning muscles for sports, functional training with kettlebells and weighted push sleds preps bodies for the lifts, bends, and shopping-cart drag races of everyday life.
CrossFit Epidemic's trainers encourage clients to work toward their fitness goals by hosting vigorous workouts that accommodate almost all fitness levels. They lead participants through an ever-rotating tapestry of strength-building exercises and cardio work that culls elements from weightlifting, gymnastics, and metabolic conditioning, ensuring a whole-body workout that bolsters stamina while building muscle mass over time. Although the instructors let attendees control the intensity of each workout, they also keep class sizes small so that they can monitor each student?s technique and Jack LaLanne impersonation, as well as offer personalized feedback.
Josh Werner, who has appeared on the World Fitness Elite TV show, is a CrossFit Level 1 trainer and the owner of CAT 5 CrossFit. At CAT 5 CrossFit, he and his team help clients achieve their fitness goals with a variety of dynamic classes that include metabolic training, agility training, yoga, kettlebell classes, and Olympic weightlifting. Josh can also spur enhanced results with detailed nutritional guidance customized to each client’s needs. Class size does not exceed 10 people, allowing for students to meet other fitness-seekers while they receive individual attention from instructors. Workouts last on average between 10 and 30 minutes, but the entire experience can take up to an hour when incorporating warm-ups and stretching.
The family behind CrossFit Palm Beach chose the CrossFit system, in part, because of its community-building powers. It's a challenging system of constantly varied functional movements performed at a high intensity. When people face a challenge together, they form bonds while inspiring each other other to give their all, complete workouts, and achieve goals. While leading group classes that feature cardio, strength, and resistance training, instructors offer motivation and positivity. They also ensure participants stay on track by scaling those workouts to each individual's fitness level.