Group classes combine strength, conditioning and gymnastics for workouts that are doable, challenging and effective for all fitness levels
For those who do not like to work with barbells but want the benefits of high intensity interval training, we offer the IGNITE Class, which includes 45- to 60-minute cardio classes. You may try your first IGNITE class for FREE.
We work with pre-teens in a group class setting to help them improve strength, speed, power, agility, balance, flexibility and cardiovascular & muscular endurance.
One-to-One Personal Training with Nutritional Guidance for packages. Sessions are 45-60 minutes. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for times and availability.
I joined Iron Crossfit in March of 2013. As a lifelong fitness enthusiast and athlete I had come to a point in my life where I was looking for change, real change. But let me give you the whole story. I began lifting weights seriously during my freshmen year of high school. The year was 1984. I was a kid who loved basketball, baseball and BMX bikes. I played organized sports all through high school and also raced BMX. I was definitely active. I began the traditional working out of bench pressing and bicep curls with a group of friends in a basement. I was bit by the bug; instantly. For the next 30 years, (more…)
My experience working with Iron Crossfit has been the complete opposite of what I expected from a Crossfit gym. I have not injured myself lifting heavy; in fact, I have never felt healthier. The coaches promote physical activity in any form; they actually encourage sports and exercise outside of crossfit.No one has tried to force his or her philosophy–members or coaches–around fitness down my throat.
I have struggled with my weight since the age of 8 years old. I have done every diet under the sun since the age of 14. Around 20 years old I began to slowly workout and change some of my eating habits. By the age of 27, I was what other people would call fit; however, I could not see it. In 2012 two of my friends had started Crossfit and tried to convince me to try it with them. But I presciently said, “No. I can’t do that stuff.” I didn’t believe I was at that “level” of fitness.
When one of the coaches asked me to write a “success” story, I was unsure that I could. Most days, I don’t feel like a success. I feel like someone who has worked hard but has a lot of hard work left in front of her. Ultimately, I chose to write this because I’m hoping to inspire someone to make a change, even if it’s a slow one or a small one.
My CrossFit journey started two years ago at 48 years old. I was suffering with a hip injury for over 5 months caused by triathlon training. I started training with Iron in August and got a second opinion for help with my hip based on the coach’s recommendation.