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Sarah S.
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Report | 2 months ago
Come ready to work!
Roberta S.
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Report | 2 months ago
Coaches are great
Gail M.
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Report | 4 months ago
Great strength training and toning exercise program.
David S.
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Report | 5 months ago
The trainers are the fundamental reason to go. Excellent skill and motivation!
Linda T.
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Report | 5 months ago
First time is the hardest to get to. But get there and then every time you go it gets easier. People are friendly there
Allison S.
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Report | 6 months ago
Go to CrossFit lite for the first month or so before taking your first CrossFir class.
Cindy b.
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Report | 6 months ago
Great place and group of people to help you work out
Gloria J.
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Report | 7 months ago
Very friendly and welcoming environment, and super fun classes!
Jacqueline B.
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Report | a year ago
The building is a little hard to find so leave a little extra time to get there
Sarah
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Report | 2 years ago
A GREAT first impression :) Owner Tony gave me 1-on-1 instruction and an introduction to common CF lifts and exercises, and designed a workout to meet my immediate needs/level. Looking forward to going back!
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Before getting married, Tony and Marcy Brown both held impressive fitness records. Tony moved from a personal-training career to teaching yoga, and Marcy—a seasoned law-enforcement officer and former owner of a personal-training studio—kept her finger firmly on the pulse of gym trends. The pair decided to captain CrossFit Purgatory after becoming convinced of CrossFit's superiority over other popular health regimens. Now, they welcome guests of all ages and abilities to participate in their WODs (Workouts of the Day), emphasizing the values of community and commitment for those trying to rewrite their physical limits.

CrossFit Purgatory rejects superfluous furnishings in favor of a tough, minimalist vibe, decked out in functional training equipment such as kettlebells, Olympic rings, medicine balls, and mammoth bones. The gym's industrial feel is offset by the warmth of its occupants, who welcome new members to tackle the day's routine with open, sweaty arms. Because CrossFit maneuvers are universally scalable, anyone can adjust them to suit their strength level—the coaches have guided patrons from sports competitors to complete newbies to 2010 Biggest Loser contestant Jessica Delfs.

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