From Our Editors
CrossFit Counter Culture's coaches preside over a 25,000-square-foot facility that's nearly always abuzz with the clinks of barbell plates, the grunts of dead-lifters, and the encouraging shouts of classmates. Each class at the gym, from the flagship CrossFit group classes to gymnastics and parent-child classes, is designed with one goal in mind: help students get in shape. Of course, like any exercise routine, the classes vary by degrees of difficulty. As a boot camp-oriented offering, the CrossFit Light class might appeal more to exercisers wary of lifting barbells over their heads, and the mobility, olympic lifting, and yoga classes concentrate on their own particular fitness domains. At the close of any class, exercisers are free to use the gym showers before they jet off to the office, back home, or to the department store to re-check their jean size.