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We provide elite training to everyday folks.
We have a small facility, very small classes and highly qualified coaches.
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Crossfit in Scott’s Addition – RVA


A sport specific training facility run by CSCS coaches


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The Best Damn Crossfit Blog Around

CrossFit, Barbell, Strongman, CrossFit, Rinse, Repeat as Needed

By Shayna K.  I am an antsy person. It’s always been a challenge. I know that everyone, to some degree, can be a little unfocused. But I spend a lot of my day feeling like I’m going to crawl out of my skin. I have not, in 34 years of living, sat through an entire movie. I HATE movies. I stopped regularly attending class after 11th grade because I didn’t feel like I could stay in my seat and even if I did, I couldn’t listen for long enough to learn much. For the most part, I’ve just gotten used to it. Like any responsible, twitchy, high-strung person, I figured out a long time ago that maintaining a regular exercise regimen was key. After youth and high school sports, I tried pretty much everything. As a college student, I signed up for yoga (dumb), basketball (fun), and swimming (swim a 500m, in ANY AMOUNT OF TIME WITH AS MUCH REST AS YOU’D LIKE, for an A. Should have majored in swimming.) I joined a weightlifting club and skipped class with other unfocused people. Since then I’ve backpacked segments of the Appalachian trail, surfed, and entered trapshooting and arm-wrestling contests. I took up snowboarding (in North Carolina, which is like taking up surfing on Lake Michigan but with more broken bones and longer drives), and spent the next five years or so just… driving and breaking bones, basically. I’ve played in competitive adult basketball, softball, and tennis leagues. I’ve done master’s swimming, hot yoga, tepid yoga, Pilates, and kickboxing. I’ve belonged to just about every major gym chain there is, plus...

The Floating Experience

By Coach Jason Struck I’ll be honest. The big thing that got me to try floating was my long-standing relationship with Dr. David Berv, co-owner of the Float Zone, and his generous offer to let me try it for free. You see, he’s been my chiropractor, acupuncturist and business colleague for several years. He treats me and my wife, and we’ve been going to his practice on and off for about 5 years. So, when he asked, though I was a little skeptical, I immediately agreed. While I may have been skeptical, I was also curious and I really wanted to at least try it out. But I also wanted to do my research. When I Googled the benefits of Epsom salt baths or magnesium salt baths, here’s what I mostly got: If you are anything like me, you may have noticed the number of times “essential oils,” “detoxify,” and “lavender” appeared in these “articles.” So, while they were all VERY supportive, they offered basically nothing in the way of concrete evidence that magnesium sulfate has a direct benefit on our bodies. It’s just a bunch of hippie ladies running their mouths. And that’s the thing about Epsom salt baths: they’ve been popular (and in other forms under other names around the world) for centuries, but they basically amount to an “old wives tale” or “home remedy.” This was one of the most concrete supports I found, and all it really concludes is that it has some therapeutic effects on the skin. And that was the only one I did find in my brief search of peer-reviewed journal...

The Journey to Becoming a CrossFitter

By Ryan Burns It all starts one day when you’re doing your usual evening routine. You realize that something needs to change in your life. You invest in one of those trendy home workout programs. But, working out at home mostly doesn’t end well. So, one day you see a Groupon for a CrossFit gym. You sign up and tell a friend. He/She explains that if you do CrossFit your kidneys will explode. You ignore your friend. You show up for your intro class. The coaches tells you that they’re gonna show you how to clean and jerk. After that, they say they’ll work on your snatch. You complete your intro classes and get to start participating in the regular WODs. Then you actually do your first real WOD. While it isn’t always easy, you keep showing up and working hard. Now that you’re working out more, you notice your appetite is increasing. You learn about macros. Your deadlift is getting pretty heavy and you’re feeling good. Then you see someone snatch it. You get your first CrossFit injury. (Probably from trying to snatch your deadlift.) You get better. You get back in the gym. You set new PRs. And then, finally, your big day arrives… Your crush a WOD you get your name on the whiteboard.   Ryan started his journey to being a CrossFitter at CrossFit Full Circle 2 years ago. When not writing here, he blogs at...


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