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You have less than 3 months to eliminate your weaknesses. Check out the CrossFit Open Prep program.

Who Are We?

Our training programs bridge the gap between a hardcore competitor and an everyday athlete that wants to get better at the sport, but does not want to give up the excitement of group classes environment or has time to dedicate three to four hours per day to working out by themselves following personalized programming.

We allow athletes to get the best of both worlds, enjoy the dynamic and fun group classes while working on weaknesses and preparing for competitions.

Training Programs

Latest Articles

Crossfit barbell cycling

The Skill of Barbell Cycling

Getting to know a barbell and being comfortable with multiple variations of lifts and cycling efficiency is key for success in the Sport of CrossFit, where seconds matter.

Crossfit burpees

CrossFit Burpees Guide

There is always at least one CrossFit exercise that makes you cringe and groan, and for many, that is performing burpees. Learn how to rock burpees like a champ, so good that they may just become your new favorite exercise!

Crossfit open

6 Things I Wish I Knew before Starting CrossFit

I started CrossFit over six years ago, and since that time I’ve learned many lessons along the way. To be fair, had someone shared with me what I’m about to share now, I’m not sure I would have listened anyway. Sometimes we have to go through things and learn the hard way to become the best and most enlightened versions of ourselves.

Crossfit rowing technique
Aerobic Capacity

5 Rowing Tips For Efficiency

Rowing is an integral part of our sport, and whether you love it or hate it, it is nearly impossible to escape it.

Crossfit strength

The 4 Types of Strength

When undertaking any fitness program, it’s important to have a clear understanding of your goals to help determine what type of program is best for you. When starting a strength training program, it’s important to understand the different types of strength and how each type of strength is developed.

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