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Top Spots For CrossFit Training In South Florida

September 19, 2013 9:00 AM

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The world of CrossFit has made a huge impact with its presence across the nation, and south Florida is no exception. If you’re looking for an alternative to the traditional workout experience, CrossFit is an excellent choice. The best CrossFit studios in the area offer multi-faceted training, superior instructors and embody optimal health and wellness – the core of the CrossFit experience.

BluePrint Training

1662 N.W. 108th Ave.
Miami, FL 33172
(305) 418-8544
www.blueprintraining.com

Price: $8 for adults; $2 for children 6 and up; free for children under 6
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This Doral facility emphasizes strength and conditioning in its programs. Workouts are designed with elements of high intensity and variety for an all-around effective workout. BluePrint’s team of trainers is among the best in the industry, many with several accreditations, degrees and top-notch certifications. Other services available at BluePrint Training include massage and nutrition, highlighting other aspects of health and wellness.

South Florida CrossFit (SF CrossFit)

5150 S.W. 48th Way, #614
Ft. Lauderdale, FL 33314
(954) 931-148474
www.sfcrossfit.com

The coaches on staff at SF CrossFit are highly talented and highly experienced. Many of them are licensed and certified in other areas like gymnastics, power lifting and even Olympic lifting. SF CrossFit is dedicated to community involvement, participating in events for organizations like the Salvation Army, MADD and the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. The Fort Lauderdale facility is open seven days a week and offers online resources on nutrition and exercise – both great conveniences for members.

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29th Street CrossFit

56 N.E. 29th St.
Miami, FL 33137
(305) 741-0730
www.crossfit29.com

Available programs at 29th Street CrossFit include standard CrossFit, boot camp, diet and exercise and sports therapy. The sports therapy center offers chiropractic and yoga services, another plus for its members. The highly trained staff maintains its focus on the 10 general fitness skills of CrossFit to provide the truest experience to its members. Its convenient location in midtown Miami makes it an excellent choice for nearby business, residents in surrounding high-rise condominiums and for people living and working in downtown Miami.

cross fit Top Spots For CrossFit Training In South Florida

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CrossFit Siege

17051 Miramar Parkway
Miramar, FL 33027
(954) 441-0041
www.crossfitsiege.com

At CrossFit Siege, there are no contracts. Memberships are non-binding as fees are prepaid for each level of membership. The four-step process offered ensures that new members are ready for the full CrossFit experience. The five-day introductory class (required for beginners) provides an in-depth look at what CrossFit is all about. Its team of instructors include the owners, a Wodapalooza champion, a former professional baseball player and a nutritionist that works at a major south Florida hospital.

CrossFit ATP

714 S. Federal Highway
Dania Beach, FL 33004
(954) 336-4302
www.crossfitatp.com

This Dania Beach facility is expansive – 6,000 square feet to be exact. There are also separate showers for women and men, as well as locker rooms for added convenience. CrossFit ATP’s offerings include a kids program with classes three days a week for kids between five and 13 years of age. Part of the center’s CrossFit experience is kettlebell training, a method that develops mobility, stability and upper-body strength.

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