Crossfit in Naperville

10 CrossFit Classes or Three One-Hour Personal-Training Sessions at FTX CrossFit (Up to 61% Off)

FTX CrossFit

Carol Stream

US Navy SEAL and Marine veterans lead clients through CrossFit functional-fitness classes for all ages

$100 $39

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$69 for 12 CrossFit Fundamentals Classes at CrossFit Carol Stream ($150 Value)

CrossFit Carol Stream

Carol Stream

Thrice-weekly Fundamentals classes initiate students to CrossFit's functional-movement exercises as well as helpful nutritional plans

$150 $69

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10 or 20 CrossFit Classes at CrossFit Alpha Dog (Up to 67% Off)

CrossFit Alpha Dog

Lombard

Instructors motivate students through a rotating lineup of organic movements, plyometric, and sprinting exercises

$150 $55

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CrossFit Classes at CrossFit Lake Villa (Up to 80% Off). Three Options Available.

CrossFit Lake Villa

Lake Villa

Instructors motivate students of all fitness abilities through ever-changing, high-intensity fitness routines based on functional movements

$129 $29

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$44 for $125 Worth of CrossFit — Arioch, LLC DBA CrossFit Arioch

Arioch, Llc Dba Crossfit Arioch

Bartlett

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

$125 $44

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1 Month of Unlimited CrossFit Classes for one or two at CrossFit 1013 (76% Off)

CrossFit 1013

Bensenville

Dynamic strength and conditioning routines employ rowers, rings, dumbbells, and other old-school tools to tone bodies of all skill levels

$135 $35

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2-Week CrossFit On-Ramp Program, or 5 or 10 CrossFit Classes at Final Round Combat Sports Academy (Up to 71% Off)

Final Round Combat Sports Academy

Hillside

Ever-changing workouts of the day keep CrossFit’s functional-fitness classes interesting and work all sorts of muscles

$100 $29

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10 Introductory CrossFit Classes or One Month of CrossFit Classes at CrossFit Xyston (Up to 69% Off)

Crossfit Xyston

Hoffman Estates

High-intensity, ever-changing fitness routines enhance functional fitness with a combination of strength training, cardio, and gymnastics

$125 $39

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At CrossFit Amplify, students won't waste time on a treadmill. Instead, they'll work on building strong, fit bodies with intense workouts led by certified CrossFit coaches Mike Viall and Scott Todnem and their staff. Their ever-changing Workouts of the Day challenge flexibility, strength, and stamina using functional movements and simple equipment such as kettlebells. Besides CrossFit sessions, the gym also hosts yoga, boxing, and other fitness classes to help students achieve their fitness goals.

1962 Ohio Street
Lisle,
IL
US

Most of the classes at Small Group Fitness are capped at ten people, which gives the trainers more opportunities to work with clients one-on-one. Adhering to an instructive style of training, they teach clients how to prevent injury as they use equipment in the fitness suite, which is divided into three sections: a field-turf area with TRX-suspension bands and ropes, a hard-floor area with kettlebells and plyometric boxes, and a matted area with free weights and tractor tires once used in Old MacDonald?s cross-training program. In addition to small-group classes, the trainers also schedule one-on-one personal-training sessions and larger boot-camp classes.

416 W 75th Street Unit 416
Downers Grove,
IL
US

CrossFit Paradox?s co-founders, Luke and Chris, are both CrossFit-certified trainers with varied athletic backgrounds that include grappling and martial arts. At CrossFit Paradox, they lead students through Workouts of the Day (WODs), which incorporate moves from various fitness platforms including strength training, cardio, gymnastics, and plyometrics. Workouts are performed with high intensity at intervals of varying length, fusing moves such as body weight exercises, weight lifting, kettlebell training, rope climbing, and dips on suspended rings.

5105 Chase Ave.
Downers Grove,
IL
US

Andres Schwartz, a US Navy SEAL veteran, casts a bemused gaze at a group of accountants, stay-at-home moms, and pharmaceutical reps as they scramble, sweat pouring into their eyes, over the military-style obstacle course that runs through his gym. He follows them to "The Beast"—an impossibly monstrous pull-up contraption where groups grapple with monkey bars, hoist themselves on rings, and shoulder weights at four squat racks. His unblinking gaze cants toward the ceiling watching a pupil's white-knuckled hand cling to the 12-foot climbing wall, before he turns toward the layered bars of "The Weaver"—a part of the obstacle course's outdoor component. He strolls, arms behind his back, over to a group whose neck tendons strain in unison as they heave against medicine balls, ropes, and kettlebells, the last step in the grueling circuit.

By amassing these functional training fixtures, Andres and his team of trainers prep guests to punch through life's everyday roadblocks. FTX stands for 'Final/Field Training Exercise', and makes up the drills that ensure military personnel are ready for an upcoming mission. FTX CrossFit, brings that concept to the gym, challenging exercisers to complete realistic, if somewhat exaggerated, physical challenges without cheating or cloning a stunt double. The gym's trainers demonstrate CrossFit's signature blend of gymnastics maneuvers, Olympic weightlifts, and bodyweight exercises during classes for both adults and children.

1N030 Gary Avenue
Carol Stream,
IL
US

Nate Aye's life story is best organized by the form of exercise he was pursuing at any one point. In high school, he wrestled before joining the Marine Corps. After several tours of duty overseas, he came home and took up mixed martial arts. As he trained, he became fascinated by the stories of strong men from the past, who, without the aid of supplements or modern exercise science, performed feats of power that have yet to duplicated. So he studied their techniques and developed a program based upon their training tactics, which he now teaches at Golden Age Strength Club. In his classes, men and women work toward strong, lean bodies and improved athleticism, while actively supporting the community of dedicated exercisers around them.

Practicing his new methodology, Nate made it all the way to the Las Vegas finals for the 2012 American Ninja Warrior Contest. There, he swung from moving curtains, scaled perfectly smooth inverted walls, and broke a DVD of American Ninja in half just by looking at it.

356 E Gundersen Dr.
Carol Stream,
IL
US

Inclusiveness. That's a big reason the trainers at CrossFit Carol Stream subscribe to the CrossFit system. Not only is it effective, but its level of difficulty is scalable to all ages as well as skill and fitness levels. To get everyone in on the action, they adapt its slate of functional-movement exercises to suit each participant. Those movements are performed at a high intensity during workouts that change daily to stave off boredom. Workouts feature everything from Olympic weightlifting and sprints to lunges, pull-ups, and medicine-ball toss-back.

That's the other reason they love CrossFit—it's comprehensive. The cross-training techniques get everyone ready for all physical activities they may undertake, including simple household chores. And the coaches don't just throw everyone into the program and hope they hit the ground running. Instead, they begin with Fundamentals classes that help students nail down techniques and learn about supplementary nutritional plans.

163 E Saint Charles Rd
Carol Stream,
IL
US