Providing Everything You Need
Our largest and longest running program, Crossfit prepares you for any physical contingency. Our workouts are constantly varied and incorporate weightlifting, gymnastics, running, and more. We have been an active CrossFit Affiliate since our inception in 2008.
We are going to pick things up from the ground, put them over our head, run, drag, carry, lift and throw in ways that happen and appear in our everyday lives.
We train hard, we have a lot of fun and focus on what really matters - Making our students healthier, fitter and able to enjoy their lives outside of the gym.
The needs of Olympic athletes and our grandparents differ by degree, not kind.
Strength & Strength PLUS
If you want to be strong, you have to lift heavy weights. The more muscle you have the more calories you burn both during exercise and when at rest - for this we have our Strength sessions.
We employ proven strength training methods to build muscle and keep your body moving like it was designed to.
The emphasis of these sessions is on weightlifting, elegantly married with complementary accessory movements.
Strength isn't everything is it? In our Strength PLUS sessions we exchange some of the accessory work for some sweat filled conditioning training, making it a perfect combination of Strength Training and Cardiovascular fun!
Strong people are harder to kill than weak people, and more useful in general.”
– Mark Rippetoe
We will lose muscle as we get older, no matter how much we diet, age-related muscle loss is a fact of life.
The stronger you are as you age directly improves the quality of life you will have in the future.
We help seniors fight back and maintain their autonomy.
Those who think they have no time for bodily exercise will sooner or later have to find time for illness.
- Edward Stanley
A sweat filled rowing centric training session that will work your entire body by combing low-impact dumbbell and medicine ball movements along with mobility work giving you a balanced, comprehensive fitness.
Equal parts body weight exercises, rowing, and dumbbell work.
Skip the dark rooms with flashing neon lights, wall to wall mirrors and challenge your body to adapt all while keeping your training loads fun.