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  • CrossFit Excellence
    Equipment: CrossFit, strongman, boxing, top-of-the-line functional equipment Students should bring: Water bottle, towel, fitness attire Registration required: Yes Good for beginners: Yes Average class length: 60 minutes Number of Staff: 5–10 people Class location: Mix of indoor and outdoor classes Established: 2004 Guests allowed: Yes Parking: Parking lot Pro Tip: Let your coach know of any injuries or concerns before class starts. Q&A with Cody Limbaugh, Owner/Fitness Director Exercise is challenging, and people frequently give up on their fitness routines. How do you keep clients motivated? We provide personal guidance for your goals, including nutrition, scaling, and exercise modification. But the real secret to your success is our community of supportive students and mentors. We foster a welcoming, family-like atmosphere, infused with humor, challenge and encouragement. Our gym is a place you'll look forward to, and that will empower you with the motivation to succeed. What is the biggest mistake you see people make when trying to get fit on their own? The biggest mistake I see people make is searching for short-cuts, gimmicks or easy results. Of course fitness can be simple, but simple isn't necessarily easy. I see too many people go from one method to the next without allowing proper time for success. Find what works for you, and make small adjustments from there. Consistency is the key. What is a typical session of your program or class like for a student? We constantly vary our workouts so you'll never get bored and you'll be less likely to plateau or over-train. So every session looks a little different. However, some consistent features of our sessions include a general warm-up followed by guided mobility and stretching. Then we move on to a coached skills learning session and a workout of the day (WOD) with strength training and metabolic conditioning. Sessions conclude with a cool-down and mobility, along with goal-tracking and social time. Is there anything else you want to add that we didn't cover? As we enter our 10th year of training, we were originally one of only a few Portland area CrossFit gyms, back before most people had ever heard of CrossFit. We are also expanding our accessibility to become Portland's first and only 24-hour CrossFit gym. Our veteran coaches boast decades of combined training experience, to provide each individual the guidance they need to be safe, confident and successful, regardless of injuries or current fitness level. As of this spring, our new location is housed within a 60,000-square-foot warehouse, yet we maintain hands-on and community driven classes by capping most of them at only 12 students. We also offer more than just CrossFit. We have workshops devoted to boxing, strongman techniques, yoga, and endurance. Students may take advantage of open-gym time outside of class, as well as personal training sessions.
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    4409 SE 24th Ave.
    Portland, OR US
  • Kipsters Gymnastics, Dance & Fitness
    Kipsters Gymnastics, Dance & Fitness keeps all 11,000 square feet of its facility humming with activity. In Gym A, older kids and adults bounce on eight personal trampolines and tumble across gymnastic beams and mats, while younger gymnasts practice on the pintsized trampoline and rings in Gym B. Encouraging instructors guide dancers of all abilities through jazz and tumble classes amid two dance rooms. A toy-filled playroom keeps siblings entertained as their brothers and sisters participate in tumbling, cheer, gymnastics, and trampoline classes in the main gym. The playroom's two viewing windows also let parents keep an eye on all their kids at once, eliminating the need for stuffed animal informants. Kipsters' year-round classes and spacious facility aren't just for kids; parents can hook into the center's free WiFi or enjoy adult classes like trampoline, cardio, and strength classes while their children play nearby in the same area. As the ultimate gift to caretakers, Kipsters presents weekly Parents' Survival Nights, which free up four hours of uninterrupted date time on Friday nights.
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    475 W 5th Ave.
    Eugene, OR US
  • Courthouse Athletic Club
    For more than 35 years, guests of Courthouse Fitness have conquered every hindrance to personal health, taking advantage of a multilayered approach that addresses fitness, diet, and broader facets of well being. Beyond basic features such as weight training, cardiovascular equipment, and immobile floors that force walking, membership grants access to more than 320 group fitness classes that populate each week's schedule, integrating practices such as Pilates and yoga along with aqua Zumba and Jazzercise. Courthouse Fitness's follow the philosophy that being fit means being empowered to embark on any kind of adventure you want. A core tenet within that philosophy is the belief in fun. The staff does not emphasize a rating system or hierarchy, instead evaluating progress in terms of whether clients become more able to experience an enjoyably active life. Onsite childcare providers take care of young ones while parents work out, and many youth activities also keep kids busy, including swimming and special-needs dance classes. Courthouse Fitness is also part of a network of 70 clubs in the Pacific Northwest; members can work out at those facilities as guests when on the road.
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    6250 Commercial St. SE
    Salem, OR US
  • U.S. World Class Taekwondo
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? This event benefits Birch Community Services. Birch Community Services provide a community where people can be responsible and accountable for meeting their basic needs, and to equip them with tools to overcome financial difficulty. What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans? Wear comfortable running shoes! Our professional staff and volunteer team will guide you through the course. This is the perfect event for first-timers and children. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? We wanted to bring a 5K and a Children's 1K to East County. This is currently one of the few events of this nature in the area and it is the first run of the season! What do you love most about your job? It's not a job - it's a passion!
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    2332 E Powell Blvd
    Gresham, OR US
  • Coach Vic's Batting Cage
    After an eight-year career in minor-league baseball, Coach Victor Hernandez went on to instruct hitting in 1986 at Eastern Oregon University, where he helped the team set most of its hitting records that still stand today. These days, Coach Vic teaches youth baseball players the same philosophies that penned EOU into the record books. At his indoor facility, he perfects students' hitting techniques in a professional batting cage furnished with a Home Plate pitching machine that lobs baseballs at speeds of up to 90 mph. The multitalented pitching apparatus can throw fastballs, curveballs, sinkers, sliders, change-ups, and kitchen sinks with a slight rising action, emulating various in-game situations with pinpoint accuracy. Softball players can also hone their hitting fundamentals similarly with the cage's Atec fast-pitch softball machine. During one-on-one or group sessions, Coach Vic unveils the elements of a homerun swing, including proper stance, bat grip, and load. Through a series of drills, he gets batters to focus on proper hand action through the hitting zone and teaches them how to repeat the motion in every swing. As an all-around baseball player himself, Coach Vic can also instruct pitching mechanics.
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    2600 NE Hyde St
    Hillsboro, OR US
  • Northwest Tai Chi And Qigong
    What services does your business offer and what makes your business stand out from the competition? Classes are led by USA Martial Art Hall of Fame instructor who is taught by Grandmasters from China. Classes are done in a relaxed environment with a traditional focus. What you will learn: Proper body alignment, Balance skills, proper breathing, coordinated flowing natural meditative movement. What's one tip for first-time students that will make them feel like veterans? Relax and enjoy yourself. In practice, we allow the movement to happen. When the mind and body are relaxed and loose, the Qi and blood flow more freely, allowing the body's internal systems to balance each other. What was the inspiration to start or run this business? Tai Chi and Qigong are wonderful modalities to bring health to the body, peace to the mind, and calmness to the spirit. If people can deal with lifes issues from a calm, centered place, we can flow with lifes changes rather that stress thru them. Learning how to relax thru change is Tai Chi. What do you love most about your job? Seeing people's lives improve from the inside/out. Seeing the amazement in their faces when they feel there life force energy, and their knowing they are participating in a practice with purpose.
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    9925 SW Nimbus Avenue, Suite 100
    Beaverton, OR US

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