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Monday

  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Isa Monteiro TaylorIsa experimented with several sports, including soccer, Judo, and Taekwondo, but could never stick to one sport for very long, until her uncle opened one of the first CrossFit gyms in Georgia, introducing her to CrossFit in 2009. Despite having to scale back pretty much everything when she started, she fell in love with the weightlifting and community aspects of CrossFit and got her Level-1 Certification a year later, at the age of 17. As a coach, Isa puts an emphasis on form and technique. She challenges members to push themselves on every workout and goes out of her way to help them reach their goals. Aside from coaching, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

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    • Crossfit L-1
    6:00 am to 7:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Isa Monteiro TaylorIsa experimented with several sports, including soccer, Judo, and Taekwondo, but could never stick to one sport for very long, until her uncle opened one of the first CrossFit gyms in Georgia, introducing her to CrossFit in 2009. Despite having to scale back pretty much everything when she started, she fell in love with the weightlifting and community aspects of CrossFit and got her Level-1 Certification a year later, at the age of 17. As a coach, Isa puts an emphasis on form and technique. She challenges members to push themselves on every workout and goes out of her way to help them reach their goals. Aside from coaching, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    7:00 am to 8:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

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    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Rene SanchezRene was introduced to CrossFit in 2010 through a good friend. He soon became passionate about olympic lifting and the community manifested through CrossFit. He has been to regionals with a team and completed two seasons of grid. As a coach, Rene encourages athletes to find their strengths and commit to functional movements. He helps our clients overcome self-doubt and/or perceived limitations to reach their goals. Outside of the box, Rene enjoys trail running and swimming. 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

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    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Fundamentals/Crossfit LiteNew to Crossfit? Try our Crossfit Lite class! Crossfit Lite is a judgment-free introduction class aimed at teaching the same principles of a Crossfit style class except there will be an emphasis on conditioning with scaled weights and/or body weight movements. Each class focuses on 2-3 specific Crossfit movements to ensure that new members perform exercises safely and effectively. Each class finishes with a Crossfit-style conditioning workout to build endurance and mental toughness. Some movements you can expect to learn are:
    • Clean and Jerk
    • Snatches
    • Deadlift
    • Back Squat
    • Strict Press and Push Press
    • Box Jumps
    • Wall Balls
    Crossfit Lite is held twice a week for one hour. If you are interested in Crossfit, but have never done Crossfit before, you must complete 10 sessions of Crossfit Lite. Once you have completed these sessions,  you may enter into our regular Crossfit classes throughout the week. For Crossfit Lite, all you need to bring are tennis shoes, comfortable workout clothes, and a desire to better yourself and learn new skills!
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

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    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    7:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Tuesday

  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Isa Monteiro TaylorIsa experimented with several sports, including soccer, Judo, and Taekwondo, but could never stick to one sport for very long, until her uncle opened one of the first CrossFit gyms in Georgia, introducing her to CrossFit in 2009. Despite having to scale back pretty much everything when she started, she fell in love with the weightlifting and community aspects of CrossFit and got her Level-1 Certification a year later, at the age of 17. As a coach, Isa puts an emphasis on form and technique. She challenges members to push themselves on every workout and goes out of her way to help them reach their goals. Aside from coaching, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    6:00 am to 7:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Isa Monteiro TaylorIsa experimented with several sports, including soccer, Judo, and Taekwondo, but could never stick to one sport for very long, until her uncle opened one of the first CrossFit gyms in Georgia, introducing her to CrossFit in 2009. Despite having to scale back pretty much everything when she started, she fell in love with the weightlifting and community aspects of CrossFit and got her Level-1 Certification a year later, at the age of 17. As a coach, Isa puts an emphasis on form and technique. She challenges members to push themselves on every workout and goes out of her way to help them reach their goals. Aside from coaching, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    7:00 am to 8:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Isa Monteiro TaylorIsa experimented with several sports, including soccer, Judo, and Taekwondo, but could never stick to one sport for very long, until her uncle opened one of the first CrossFit gyms in Georgia, introducing her to CrossFit in 2009. Despite having to scale back pretty much everything when she started, she fell in love with the weightlifting and community aspects of CrossFit and got her Level-1 Certification a year later, at the age of 17. As a coach, Isa puts an emphasis on form and technique. She challenges members to push themselves on every workout and goes out of her way to help them reach their goals. Aside from coaching, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

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    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • FIT

    Our FIT class is a one-hour high intensity interval class designed to improve cardiovascular fitness. The class mixes body weight exercises, resistance training, indoor rowing, running, and interval work, all into one high intensity workout that helps burn fat and improve cardiovascular endurance. Heavy weights are not used in the class as we encourage increased heart rate over heavy weight. FIT is made for ALL fitness levels. If you've been lifting heave or need to work on your cardio, come check out our FIT class. Many of our members have seen vast improvements in their cardio performance and rowing capabilities since starting FIT Classes. All of the exercises in the class can be modified to fit any skill level. You can expect to see:

    ·         Row intervals

    ·         Squatting with little to moderate weight

    ·         Lunges

    ·         Push ups

    ·         Sit ups

    ·         Kettlebell and dumbbell exercises

    ·         Sled pulls and tire flips

    ·         Running

    ·         Other low weight high rep weight movements

    All you need are tennis shoes and plenty of water. Come ready to work and push yourself!

    with Crystal PhillipsCrystal found Crossfit in 2013 when her teammate suggested she check out the Box and has been hooked ever since. She played various sports throughout her life including competitive rugby, and has found Crossfit to be a great addition for any athlete. As a coach, Crystal is motivational and holds athletes accountable for giving 100% every time they enter the gym. If you aren’t pushing yourself in a lift or WOD, Crystal will be the first to let you know. She is the current owner of Crossfit Valitus. She has her Crossfit Level 1 certification, a wealth of nutritional knowledge, and is always available to give advice to members. When away from the gym, Crystal works as a BCBA (behavioral therapist) around the Atlanta area. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

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    • Crossfit L-1
    • Board Certified Behavior Analyst
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Wednesday

  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    6:00 am to 7:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    7:00 am to 8:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

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    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • Fundamentals/Crossfit LiteNew to Crossfit? Try our Crossfit Lite class! Crossfit Lite is a judgment-free introduction class aimed at teaching the same principles of a Crossfit style class except there will be an emphasis on conditioning with scaled weights and/or body weight movements. Each class focuses on 2-3 specific Crossfit movements to ensure that new members perform exercises safely and effectively. Each class finishes with a Crossfit-style conditioning workout to build endurance and mental toughness. Some movements you can expect to learn are:
    • Clean and Jerk
    • Snatches
    • Deadlift
    • Back Squat
    • Strict Press and Push Press
    • Box Jumps
    • Wall Balls
    Crossfit Lite is held twice a week for one hour. If you are interested in Crossfit, but have never done Crossfit before, you must complete 10 sessions of Crossfit Lite. Once you have completed these sessions,  you may enter into our regular Crossfit classes throughout the week. For Crossfit Lite, all you need to bring are tennis shoes, comfortable workout clothes, and a desire to better yourself and learn new skills!
    with Rene SanchezRene was introduced to CrossFit in 2010 through a good friend. He soon became passionate about olympic lifting and the community manifested through CrossFit. He has been to regionals with a team and completed two seasons of grid. As a coach, Rene encourages athletes to find their strengths and commit to functional movements. He helps our clients overcome self-doubt and/or perceived limitations to reach their goals. Outside of the box, Rene enjoys trail running and swimming. 7:30 pm to 8:30 pm

Thursday

  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Isa Monteiro TaylorIsa experimented with several sports, including soccer, Judo, and Taekwondo, but could never stick to one sport for very long, until her uncle opened one of the first CrossFit gyms in Georgia, introducing her to CrossFit in 2009. Despite having to scale back pretty much everything when she started, she fell in love with the weightlifting and community aspects of CrossFit and got her Level-1 Certification a year later, at the age of 17. As a coach, Isa puts an emphasis on form and technique. She challenges members to push themselves on every workout and goes out of her way to help them reach their goals. Aside from coaching, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    6:00 am to 7:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Isa Monteiro TaylorIsa experimented with several sports, including soccer, Judo, and Taekwondo, but could never stick to one sport for very long, until her uncle opened one of the first CrossFit gyms in Georgia, introducing her to CrossFit in 2009. Despite having to scale back pretty much everything when she started, she fell in love with the weightlifting and community aspects of CrossFit and got her Level-1 Certification a year later, at the age of 17. As a coach, Isa puts an emphasis on form and technique. She challenges members to push themselves on every workout and goes out of her way to help them reach their goals. Aside from coaching, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    7:00 am to 8:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Isa Monteiro TaylorIsa experimented with several sports, including soccer, Judo, and Taekwondo, but could never stick to one sport for very long, until her uncle opened one of the first CrossFit gyms in Georgia, introducing her to CrossFit in 2009. Despite having to scale back pretty much everything when she started, she fell in love with the weightlifting and community aspects of CrossFit and got her Level-1 Certification a year later, at the age of 17. As a coach, Isa puts an emphasis on form and technique. She challenges members to push themselves on every workout and goes out of her way to help them reach their goals. Aside from coaching, she is currently pursuing her PhD in Psychology. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm
  • FIT

    Our FIT class is a one-hour high intensity interval class designed to improve cardiovascular fitness. The class mixes body weight exercises, resistance training, indoor rowing, running, and interval work, all into one high intensity workout that helps burn fat and improve cardiovascular endurance. Heavy weights are not used in the class as we encourage increased heart rate over heavy weight. FIT is made for ALL fitness levels. If you've been lifting heave or need to work on your cardio, come check out our FIT class. Many of our members have seen vast improvements in their cardio performance and rowing capabilities since starting FIT Classes. All of the exercises in the class can be modified to fit any skill level. You can expect to see:

    ·         Row intervals

    ·         Squatting with little to moderate weight

    ·         Lunges

    ·         Push ups

    ·         Sit ups

    ·         Kettlebell and dumbbell exercises

    ·         Sled pulls and tire flips

    ·         Running

    ·         Other low weight high rep weight movements

    All you need are tennis shoes and plenty of water. Come ready to work and push yourself!

    with Crystal PhillipsCrystal found Crossfit in 2013 when her teammate suggested she check out the Box and has been hooked ever since. She played various sports throughout her life including competitive rugby, and has found Crossfit to be a great addition for any athlete. As a coach, Crystal is motivational and holds athletes accountable for giving 100% every time they enter the gym. If you aren’t pushing yourself in a lift or WOD, Crystal will be the first to let you know. She is the current owner of Crossfit Valitus. She has her Crossfit Level 1 certification, a wealth of nutritional knowledge, and is always available to give advice to members. When away from the gym, Crystal works as a BCBA (behavioral therapist) around the Atlanta area. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    • Board Certified Behavior Analyst
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Friday

  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Crystal PhillipsCrystal found Crossfit in 2013 when her teammate suggested she check out the Box and has been hooked ever since. She played various sports throughout her life including competitive rugby, and has found Crossfit to be a great addition for any athlete. As a coach, Crystal is motivational and holds athletes accountable for giving 100% every time they enter the gym. If you aren’t pushing yourself in a lift or WOD, Crystal will be the first to let you know. She is the current owner of Crossfit Valitus. She has her Crossfit Level 1 certification, a wealth of nutritional knowledge, and is always available to give advice to members. When away from the gym, Crystal works as a BCBA (behavioral therapist) around the Atlanta area. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    • Board Certified Behavior Analyst
    6:00 am to 7:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Crystal PhillipsCrystal found Crossfit in 2013 when her teammate suggested she check out the Box and has been hooked ever since. She played various sports throughout her life including competitive rugby, and has found Crossfit to be a great addition for any athlete. As a coach, Crystal is motivational and holds athletes accountable for giving 100% every time they enter the gym. If you aren’t pushing yourself in a lift or WOD, Crystal will be the first to let you know. She is the current owner of Crossfit Valitus. She has her Crossfit Level 1 certification, a wealth of nutritional knowledge, and is always available to give advice to members. When away from the gym, Crystal works as a BCBA (behavioral therapist) around the Atlanta area. [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • Crossfit L-1
    • Board Certified Behavior Analyst
    7:00 am to 8:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    12:00 pm to 1:00 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    4:30 pm to 5:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    5:30 pm to 6:30 pm
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    6:30 pm to 7:30 pm

Saturday

  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    9:00 am to 10:00 am
  • CrossfitCrossFit is:
    • an approach that combines all elements necessary to build functional fitness:  strength, endurance, agility. When we refer to “functional fitness” we mean fitness that helps you in your day-to-day life…lifting children & less-animated objects, maintaining good posture as you work and move around, feeling energetic and supple throughout the day.  We don’t just mean the type of fitness that makes bathing suit shopping a less stressful experience, though that’s certainly a positive side-effect that you’d also enjoy.
    • varied, so that boredom doesn’t set in (for your muscles or your brain) and lead you to skip predictable, repetitive workouts.
    • efficient: workouts consist of a series of warm-up exercises, some training on the specific skills required to do the workout that’s on deck that day (e.g., proper form for a push-up, or a deadlift, or wall-balls, etc…..there’s some terminology that we use but nothing that you need to be intimidated by, ANYBODY can do this stuff, seriously), then the workout itself, and then a brief cool-down.  Depending on the day, the main workout may last from 10 mins to 30 mins.  From start to finish we’ll be done in 45-60 mins. Regardless of the duration of the main part of the workout, we promise that you’ll be sweating and breathing hard, and that each workout will help you progress towards your fitness goals.
    • a supportive community of people who are striving to improve their fitness.  We don’t compete aggressively against each other; we leave our egos at the door and support each other.  Working out with a group provides encouragement and community that you don’t find with personal training, but avoids the impersonal anonymity that you sometimes find at larger, more traditional gyms.
     
    with Art WebsterArt is the head coach and one of the founders of Crossfit Valitus. He has been coaching here since 2011. Art has been involved with fitness all of his life. He studied martial arts for 40 years and has a 7th degree black belt in Goju-Ryu karate with additional black belts in Shito-Ryu and Tae Kwon Do. Art also ran for 13 years, raced multisport (triathalons, duathalons, etc.) for 11 years, and has been practicing yoga for 35 years. Art has his Crossfit Level 1 Certification with additional certifications in Olympic Weightlifting and Crossfit Kids. His broad fitness background and experience allows him to assist athletes in achieving any of their fitness goals. Art is an encouraging coach and is very invested in helping every member of the box succeed.[divider marginbottom="0" margintop="10"]

    Certifications:

    [divider marginbottom="0" margintop="20"]
    • CrossFit L1
    • Olympic Weight Lifting
    • CrossFit Kids
    • 7th Degree Black Belt
    10:00 am to 11:00 am
SunMonTueWedThuFriSat
6:00 am
7:00 am
9:00 am
10:00 am
12:00 pm
4:30 pm
5:30 pm
6:30 pm
7:30 pm