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  • Crossfit Kimokeo
    Crossfit Kimokeo's team of coaches refer to each and every member of their gym as athletes. They help people test their limits as any athlete would, blending strength, endurance, flexibility, and agility training in an ever-changing array of workouts. Coaches conduct classes amidst the simple elegance of a true CrossFit box, where the hardwood floors and cinderblock walls are made to feel even more industrial when paired with the metallic gleam of countless weights and the raw rubber of tractor tires waiting to be flipped.
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    844 W 300 N
    Kaysville, UT US
  • Wasatch Cross Fit
    Husband-and-wife team Damon and Priscilla Stewart have turned their 11,000-square-foot gym into a veritable fitness factory. With the help of a smattering of barbells, Damon's nearly 5,000 hours teaching CrossFit, and constantly changing daily workouts, the duo churns out more chiseled bodies than the assembly lines that manufactured Michelangelo's sculptures. Along for the ride are coaches with résumés that cover everything from college sports, multiple marathons and triathlons, and careers in law enforcement.
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    283 East Gentile Street
    Layton, UT US
  • CrossFit North Salt Lake
    The workout of the day from February 18, 2013 best exemplifies the sort of workout that exercisers receive from CrossFit North Salt Lake. It was called “Cindy” and it challenged exercisers to repeat a sequence of 5 pull-ups, 10 push-ups, and 15 squats for 20 minutes. Like all of CrossFit’s daily workouts, the exhausting “Cindy” workout relied on quickly and intensely performed functional movements to forge stronger muscles, but it was scalable to the fitness level of each individual participant. Seasoned fitness coaches Andrew Ettinger and Walter McClenton motivate exercisers through each of these workouts. Through their program, Ettinger and McClenton emphasize variety and unpredictability to prepare participants for any physically demanding task in life, whether playing a full-contact sport or wringing sweat from The Hulk’s jersey after he plays a full-contact sport. Ettinger holds a degree in exercise science, and his rigorous training approach contrasts his personal laidback demeanor and gets a dose of whimsy from the reggae he plays during workouts. His partner, McClenton, is a certified personal trainer through NASM and used to start at safety for the Utah State football team.
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    158 W Parrish Ln.
    Centerville, UT US
  • CrossFit Stoic
    At CrossFit Stoic, trainers push members to break past personal fitness goals with functional workouts. CrossFit sessions build muscle and burn fat through weightlifting and high-intensity cardio. Rather than wasting time on treadmills, visitors to the spartan, no-frills gym build strength and endurance through rowing, hoisting barbells, sprinting, and leaping on boxes.
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    1700 West 4800 South
    Riverdale, UT US
  • Ogden Athletic Club
    No one ever said exercising is easy, but it can be fun at Ogden's Ogden Athletic Club. If you've worked up an appetite, no worries! This gym also has a fabulous restaurant. Got kids? No problem at Ogden Athletic Club! This gym is a fantastic spot for families to hang together. Craving a good cardio session? Try a spinning class and get your heart pumping! When you try a session with one of these dynamic personal trainers, you'll start your body's metamorphosis into a whole new you. You'll start to see the contours of your muscle when you take advantage of their cross fit programs. Sign up for one of these kickboxing classes and burn fat, build muscle and stay learn. Parking is plentiful, so visitors can feel free to bring their vehicles.
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    1221 East 5800 South
    South Ogden, UT US
  • Crossfit Ogden
    When Nik Rasmussen first discovered CrossFit, he already worked out three times a day. He joined his fellow Marines in their morning routine, led a training session for 600 coworkers at midday, and conducted personal exercises in the evening. He didn't think CrossFit would provide much of a challenge, but he was wrong. The first workout nearly finished him and, to hear him tell it, permanently transformed him. "Every so often in our lives we come across something that completely changes us for the better," Nik says. "For me it was CrossFit." His experience inspired him to open CrossFit Ogden and help other people find similar transformations in their own lives.
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    256 24th Street
    Ogden, UT US

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