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Stop comparing yourself to others and start competing with yourself.

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CrossFit is a unique strength and conditioning program. Our goal is to provide a program that will best prepare trainees for any contingency. Our program delivers a fitness that is committed to the individual experience.

CrossFit was developed by Coach Greg Glassman and was designed using a set of basic movements. Combinations of these movements make up the "Workout of the Day" or "WOD," as we like to call it. These basic moves highlight your personal fitness as a measurable increment, and CrossFit's individual nature is more than strength-building or weight-loss.

Over the years, CrossFit has spread to communities all over the world, and thousands of athletes worldwide follow our workouts daily. So much so, that we have even developed the CrossFit Games, our own CrossFit Olympics. In addition to our WODs being posted on our daily blog, there are also hundreds of CrossFit locations that provide a more community-oriented experience. Our goal is to help you achieve your fitness goals and become a better you.

The last person who finishes is just as important as the first.
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We offer two paths for someone new to the CrossFit methods:

1. Work out on your own using our WODs and videos as guideance, or
2. Visit one of our licensed CrossFit affiliates worldwide who will guide you through training to become familiar with the basic CrossFit movements.

If you decide to take on CrossFit without the guidance of a certified CrossFit trainer, we recommend three distinct approaches, depending on your fitness experience and available facilities.

1) If you are familiar with the basic CrossFit exercises then jump right in and start with the WOD (Workout of the Day). You may acquaint yourself with the movement through our available video clips. This option is for those athletes with an extensive experience in athletic strength and conditioning.

2) If many of the exercises are unfamiliar to you and you are only modestly acquainted with elite athletic training, we recommend that you follow the WOD and substitute other exercises for those where you don't have the equipment or skill for. Use the Substitution Chart for replacing exercises.

3) If most of the exercises are relatively or completely unknown to you, then we recommend that you begin learning the movements for a month or two until you can either perform our common exercises or have substitutions worked out for those movements under development. This is a great place to begin for anyone with little or no experience with serious weightlifting or gymnastics.

For reference, our basic equipment list is as follows: olympic weight set, pull-up and dip bar, gymnastic rings, paralletes, plyometric boxes, Dynamax medicine ball, dumbbells, kettlebells, climbing rope, Concept II Rower, and a glute-ham developer. All or most of our exercises use this set of equipment.

There is no race. There is no finish line. The goal is to upgrade YOU.
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Find the CrossFit affiliate location nearest you. Click here for more information about how to become a CrossFit affiliate location

Gateway CrossFit Personal Training

507 S Hanley Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63130

Arch City CrossFit

9228 Manchester Rd.
St. Louis, MO 63144

CrossFit Saint Louis

1345 Strassner Dr.
Brentwood, MO 63144

CrossFit St. Louis

732 Hanley Industrial Ct.
Brentwood, MO 63144

CrossFit 26

8260 Brentwood Industrial Dr.
St. Louis, MO 63144

The Lab

5035 Manchester Ave.
St. Louis MO 63110

OneThree Athletics

625 N. Euclid Ave. #130
St. Louis, MO 63108

CrossFit CWE

4417 Olive St.
St. Louis, MO 63108

No Shelter CrossFit

4160 Olive St.
St. Louis, MO 63108

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