At CrossFit Suwanee, trainers take full advantage of Suwanee Sports Academy’s 100,000 square feet of training space. With an arsenal of CrossFit equipment, they get members pumping weights, tossing medicine balls, and swinging from gymnastics rings, and the indoor track makes sprints possible year-round. Through the CrossFit system, instructors prep their charges using daily workouts that feature everyday movements such as pushing, pulling, and running. Routines change each day to ward off boredom while also pushing each muscle group to its peak for optimal full-body results.
Though World Mission Athletics does promote the martial art as a means of self-defense, its classes feature a wealth of other benefits. Often with physical strength and dexterity comes mental acuity, commitment, leadership skills, and the confidence necessary for opening pickle jars by yourself. The class schedule welcomes everyone from Little Dragons (ages 4–6) to adults.
CrossFit 2B Strong's 3,000 square-foot facility is devoid of treadmills, weight machines, stationary cycles, and other hefty gym staples. Instead, visitors rely on pull-up bars, ropes, kettlebells, and free weights, as well as their own bodies as they squat, jump, run, and perform the various other functional movements that are the focus of the CrossFit philosophy. And because each workout is scalable, CrossFit is accessible to trainees of all ages and fitness levels.
The trainers at CrossFit 30518 are only interested in the complete fitness package. That's why they've chosen CrossFit. Its series of constantly varied functional movements, when performed at a high intensity, enhances competence in all 10 physical domains—cardio, stamina, strength, and flexibility included. By inspiring their charges to sprint, push weighted sleds, and jump on and off ploymetric boxes, they prepare them for all physical activities.
Power, speed, and coordination are also bolstered during workouts that change daily. The trainers vary the workouts to keep routines from becoming stale while bettering agility, balance, and accuracy. The combination of mastering functional movements and strengthening the 10 physical domain means their charges can take on all sports, work, and daily physical activities.
South Hall CrossFit’s coaches prepare their charges for every kind of physical activity they might engage in. To ensure holistic fitness, they teach a system of functional-movement exercises, including pushing, lifting, pulling, and running. Those actions combined with strength and cardio training—as well as equipment such as weighted sleds and medicine balls—enhance speed, agility, and power. To avoid boring students and their muscles with repetitive exercises, the instructors also change the routines each session to execute truly challenging full-body workouts.
At G.A.T.A CrossFit, trainers teach their charges to master functional-movement exercises that work out all muscle groups in a single session. They use conventional and unconventional exercises such as lifting weights, swinging kettlebells, and flipping tractor tires from end to end, as well as gymnastics rings and row machines. To keep everyone motivated, they avoid the boredom of repetition by changing up the workout each day, and use positive reinforcement to keep everyone on course to achieving their goals. As believers in overall fitness, they also promote the inclusion of a healthy diet.