CrossFit Roscoe’s trio of high-energy trainers harnesses their CrossFit Level 1 certifications to help clients achieve their fitness goals. The team designs new workouts each day that reflect CrossFit’s principles of varied, functional fitness exercises. Though the workouts change from day to day, they often include moves such as weightlifting, running, rowing, gymnastics-inspired exercises, and less conventional exercises such as sled pushing and tire flipping.
CrossFit 608's certified CrossFit trainers lead daily workouts that take the repetition out of exercise, challenging participants of all fitness levels with exercises scaled to each individual's capabilities. On any given day, visitors may lift weights, run, row, or do squats. Exercisers can also enjoy 3,000 square feet of rubber flooring, which provides ample workout space, and coming soon, a kids' area that entertains children with video games, books, and TV.
Routine workouts can get boring. That’s why East Troy Body Shop’s team of coaches and instructors offer can eclectic array of exercise regimens intended to keep students engaged and constantly working toward their individual fitness goals. The studio’s signature CrossFit program combines elements of aerobics, Olympic weightlifting, and gymnastics to create high-intensity, plateau-proof workouts that can help attendees of any skill or fitness level improve their strength, endurance, and body image. Similarly, the rest of the class schedule provides an eclectic, yet challenging approach to fitness with everything from dance-inspired Zumba to fast-paced kickboxing. To ensure that every visitor stays safe, East Troy Body Shop employs personal trainers as well as a massage therapist who can soothe muscles with Swedish or deep-tissue modalities.
Christopher Schvetz made All-American 10 times during his high-school swimming career. In college, he replaced his passion for swimming with mixed martial arts, which led to training and competition opportunities as far away as Thailand. At PFD Crossfit, Christopher draws on his diverse sports background to emphasize well-rounded athleticism in all his clients. He relies on intensive CrossFit workouts to train students in all athletic categories, from strength and speed to balance and cardiovascular endurance. To make sure each pupil receives individualized attention, Christopher and his colleague Nathan Condella keep their classes small, from one-on-one sessions to groups of up to 15 students. Those larger sessions focus primarily on strength work with barbells and dumbbells, as well as cardio exercises with kettlebells and gymnastic rings.
A cluster of ropes cascade from the ceiling to the floor; some are knotted, others are not, but each one bears the weight of an ambitious exerciser climbing his or her way to the top. It?s just another day at CrossFit Lykos, where experienced coaches oversee workouts based in functional-fitness exercises. The expansive gym has enough open space for clients to perfect their Olympic weightlifting form, hang from gymnastics rings, jump onto plyometric wooden boxes, and develop other functional movements.
CrossFit Caliber’s CEO and head coach Arnel Delosreyes has firsthand knowledge of the transformative power of the CrossFit method. After training for years in traditional gyms, Delosreyes thought he had achieved a certain level of fitness, but his first CrossFit class gave him a new perspective on the matter. Inspired, the father, husband, and lawyer added a new title to his resume: certified CrossFit trainer.
Today, Delosreyes and his fellow CrossFit Caliber coaches lead students through workouts that follow CrossFit’s dogma of varied, functional fitness. The explosive sessions blend different fitness elements, such as strength training, cardio, gymnastics, and plyometrics. Like a page-a-day calendar’s page, workouts change every day, but always focus on intense conditioning.