At Pivotal Athletics CrossFit, a team of professional trainers motivates exercisers to become fitter and healthier versions of themselves. They lead guests in functional workouts, which are designed to make everyday physical activities easier, such as climbing stairs or chasing down cows for dinner. CrossFit's collegial?but competitive?character means participants are constantly pushing one another to higher and higher levels of performance, while also instilling a sense of accountability in one another. Their Workout of the Day, an ever-changing roster of functional movements, might include powerlifting, gymnastics, or tire-flipping on any given day, all designed to sculpt physiques and improve health, regardless of age.
Mark Morcos and Morcus Messiha, both certified personal trainers and CrossFit instructors, are passionate about pushing workouts to the limit. Their skills are in top form inside R.O.E.I.C CrossFit, a spacious gym filled with medicine balls, kettlebells, giant tires, weights, and open mat space. The pair guides groups through high-intensity, functional exercises during daily-changing classes, or takes on one person at a time during personal-training sessions.
Encouragement fuels every workout at CrossFit OuterLimits. A crew of certified coaches take a supportive, enthusiastic approach to their workouts, which help clients simultaneously develop functional fitness and make strides toward personal goals. The training team challenges participants to continuously improve on an array of fitness metrics that pay dividends elsewhere in life, including coordination for tennis, agility for pickup basketball games, and endurance for playing catch with a pitching machine. The Workout of the Day?a lineup of movements that changes with every visit to the gym?might draw from Olympic weightlifting, gymnastics, or competitive hugging on any given day, all designed to sculpt toned physiques and improve health, regardless of age or fitness ability.
At CrossFit Saga, you won't see any of the weight machines and stationary cycles found in a conventional gym. In their place, pull-up bars, kettle bells, and barbells occupy 5,000 square-feet of space dedicated to small-group CrossFit workouts. A typical session at CrossFit Saga includes 10 or fewer people, meaning there's plenty of time for one-on-one instruction from their experienced coaches. Though the workouts vary each day, visitors can expect to do lifting, running, squats, and other functional movements, scaled to each individual's capabilities.
People flipping giant tires, dragging sleds with weighted plates, and jumping onto wooden boxes are regular sights inside CrossFit Lifted. Crossfit workouts encompass a variety of functional movements performed in short spurts at high intensity. During each of the workouts, students are guided and encouraged by certified Level 1 trainers.
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.