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Motivation, commitment, knowledge, progress, perseverance, struggle, achievement, success, integrity, community, these are all aspects that students will experience, to a deep degree, through our Personal Training Fundamentals Course. We believe CrossFit has provided one of the most attractive fitness programs the world has ever seen and our mission is to make a positive impact on the community around us by offering CrossFit training with the highest level of quality and value possible.

Check out our Getting Started page and submit an inquiry to take your first step towards joining us in this incredible lifestyle.

Sweat, suffering, success.  Training is a lifestyle and a process that we’re passionate about.  If you want to be able to say, and more importantly, feel like you’re in the best shape of your life, check out our Getting Started section and fill out the inquiry form.   Our Coaches will then contact you to bring you in for an orientation and assessment to start your training career. 

Anybody can do CrossFit, just like anybody can pick up a club and play golf, or kick a ball and play soccer. But, to be really good at it, just like anything worthwhile in life, it takes a whole lot of practice, knowledge, and persistence.

Here at 101, we’re believers that if you’re doing to do something, do it right. Our Fundamentals Course is focused on building good habits and setting our students up for a lifetime of success through a path of learning technique, building consistency, and gradually increasing intensity and complexity.

Check out our Getting Started section to see if you’re up to the task of becoming part of our community and be the fittest you’ve ever been in your entire life.

Kat’s been guided through our fundamentals course by Coach Annie and it’s been good to see her progress in her core strength and quality of movement. She’s worked hard and we’ll be looking forward to introducing her to the group classes this week. Kat’s favorite workout so far has been “Fran”

Chester has completed his course as a part of Coach Wallee’s group. Chester’s looking for some friendly competition to up his fitness game so we’ll look forward to seeing him continue his progressions where the real fun begins in our group classes.

We would like to welcome Brian, Jenny, and Erika who recently started up their courses with Coach Huy and Coach Annie. On Ramp students Tyler, Daniel, and Rohan are heading towards the tail end of their On Ramp program and will be retesting their baseline numbers next Monday. On Ramp student Nate continues to progress under the watchful eye of Coach Annie. Time always flies so quickly when taking students through our course!

To find out if our expression of CrossFit is a right fit for you, contact us at [email protected] and schedule to come in for one of our orientation workout intro sessions.

Email us at [email protected] to RSVP to attend our next free orientation workout sessions.

Class 40a

4 weeks of hard work, courage, and commitment. These graduates have earned their results and passage into our Group classes where they will continue their CrossFit journey. Working on the fundamentals never ends, it’s doing the common uncommonly well that really separates those who are on the path of excellence. As you transition into the group classes, always keep these three concepts in mind. First, the most important part to training is having fun. Second, check your egos at the door. And third, results are always earned.

We look forward to introducing you all to the rest of the 101 community this week.

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Class 39

Building the fundamentals never ends. Whether it’s in our group classes or our On Ramp class, the better you build up the basics, the greater your successes will be. Great job Class 39!

Try out for our last On Ramp Class, Class 40 by RSVPing at [email protected] Contact us regarding 1-on-1 personal training to get started earlier.

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Skill:
7X1 3-Position-Snatch (hi-hang, hang, full) – heavy but perfect.

Paleo Workout of the Week:
AMRAP in 12min:
30 burpee box jumps, 30/24″ (20/16″, step ups ok)
30 overhead squats, 115/80lbs (45/30lbs)
30 toes to bar (60 abmat sit ups, feet butterfly)
10 muscle ups (40 pull ups, 40 ring dips)

Results:
102212 Paleo #4

Another class makes it through our On Ramp course. It takes a special person to come in for our intro day, from there, it takes courage and commitment to enroll into our course. Now, it’s time for these On Ramp graduates to carry on the fundamentals that they’ve set and continue their progression in our Group classes. If you want to see if you have what it takes, email us at [email protected] to RSVP to attend our intro sessions (every 4 weeks) for On Ramp Class 38.

Free Orientation Workouts for On Ramp Class 38
Oct 8th @ 7:30am, 12:30pm, 7:30pm

11 years after the attacks of 9/11, the emotions, memories, and impact of that day begin to fade in our minds and to think otherwise is unrealistic.

Even the truth behind the events of that day have become obscured.  But, what remains clear today as it did that day 11 years ago, is that our nation endured a great tragedy and that we continue to live on through it.

Viktor Frankl, a Holocaust survivor and author of Man’s Search for Meaning, wrote that human beings create meaning in three ways: through their work, through their relationships, and by how they choose to meet unavoidable suffering.

We invite all of you today to create meaning together in the work that you’ll be putting in at the gym.  May every rep you do bring honor to those lost, those still suffering, and those who have served and are continuing to serve our great nation.

I offer a personal prayer to our enemies, may their hearts be converted from hatred to understanding, and for any who may never come to understand, may they hearts be stopped before they are ever able to bring harm to others.

Main Group Workout
9/11 Memorial Workout:
In 2753 seconds (45:53)
Complete:
23 muscle ups
37 ground to overhead, 155lbs
343 lunge step ups

Then, contribute as a CF101 community, 2108 burpees

2753 people were killed in the attacks in NY

23 NYPD Officers were killed

37 Port Authority Officers were killed

343 Firefighters and paramedics were killed

2108 U.S. troops have been killed in Operation Enduring Freedom

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One more week to go for this class of recruits. Check out their squats folks, this class isn’t messing around!

Think you have what it takes to live our lifestyle? There’s only one way to find out, email us at [email protected] to RSVP to attend one of our free orientation workout sessions.

Free Orientation Workouts for On Ramp Class 37
Sept 4th @ 8:30pm
Sept 10th @ 7:30am, 12:30pm, 7:30pm
Sept 11th @ 8:30pm

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