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Andrew B.
Report | a month ago
Get ready to be sore
Heather J.
Report | 4 months ago
Was in a workout slump and this woke me up.
Edmar H.
Report | 5 months ago
todd m.
Report | 7 months ago
great atmosphere, very welcoming and supporting for newbies
Dwayne D.
Report | 2 years ago
Great class, can't wait for the next.
sarah l.
Report | 2 years ago
Thanks for a great first time. Everybody was friendly and helpful, I am looking forward to my next 9 visits.
Eddie D.
Report | 2 years ago
I can't remember the last time I have worked out or done fitness that I didn't dread! Because of that I often loose interest! This class was so much fun, i really enjoyed the class, the other students were fun and inspiring and again loved the instructor! Thats important for me cause it keeps me wanting to come back! I look forward to working out at crossfit instead of dreading it......
Michelle H.
Report | 2 years ago
I have really enjoyed coming to Crossfit! Awesome workouts with friendly people.
Melinda A.
Report | 2 years ago
my new addiction
debby p.
Report | 2 years ago
something i've never done, but i have really enjoyed! julie keeps the classes interesting and i learned some new things the first day!
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Former gymnast and avid downhill skier Julie Ralston stumbled across CrossFit while searching for an exercise routine that would motivate her mind and push her body to the pinnacle of fitness. After achieving her CrossFit certification, attending countless seminars, and co-founding CrossFit StumpTown in Portland, Ralston developed a training technique suitable for customers of any body type, age, or level of ability. Her program offers increasingly challenging reps of lunges, sprints, throws, and lifts, backed up by the positive vibes and friendly support of a community of like-minded athletes. Visitors to the 4,700-square-foot gym won't find treadmills or weight machines, but kettlebells for swinging, pull-up bars for intense upper-body conditioning, and enough open space to halter-break a horse and train it to love CrossFit.

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