Don’t just workout, challenge yourself!
THE 1st WEEK CHALLENGE
Its not too late to enroll in our 1st-Week Challenge! We prorate all start dates, there isn’t a better time than right now!
Find Our Start Up Costs
If you are not familiar with CrossFit, you may think that our prices are higher than typical gym memberships. What do you get from a typical gym membership? You pay a flat fee to use the equipment.
Achieve my fitness goals
Our goal is to prepare our athletes for life’s many obstacles. As our fitness reflects our training, we strive to employ movements which mimic everyday activities – running, jumping, throwing, squatting, pulling, pushing etc
Learn Whats Facilities
Our primary training spaces range in size from 7000-8500 sq. feet., and boast an arsenal of rowing machines, pull-up space and top of the line strength, gymnastics and plyometric equipment.
Fundamentals of Program
This program is for anyone who wants REAL results and is willing to put in the work!
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Show Up & Never Quit!
Stay focused on your goal. Leave your ego at the door. Hard work is respected. This is a humbling experience that we must go through.
Must be willing to modify all movements based on your personal fitness level. We were all beginners at one point.
Must respect the rules of the gym. They’re in place to set the culture & safety and prevent injury.
Our Franchise Owners
I found CrossFit in 2005 during my freshman year of college. I was introduced to “Helen” by a fellow teammate in the St. Olaf hockey program. I will never forget what it felt like to finish that first met-con; the metallic taste in my mouth, the pulsing in my legs and temples, my forearms on the verge of exploding. Strange as it sounds it was this feeling that hooked me and kept me coming back for more.
After getting out of the Marine Corps and finishing business school I settled into a traditional routine of distance running and swimming, with traditional lifting a few times a week. This program was working pretty well for me at about 6 hours a week of training time. I had lunch with a family friend who was going into the Marines and was doing something called CrossFit to get in shape.
I discovered CrossFit late 2008/early 2009 and started testing the workouts out on athletes of mine with great success. Setting the workouts to a clock and building some friendly competition was hugely popular and such a differentiator from what was being offered. My first official workout in a class setting was at CrossFit MSP- I don’t remember what the workout was but I remember not being strong enough to put forth enough effort to be gassed.