1. First definition of fitness - CrossFit is the first in the fitness industry to give a definition to the word “fitness”: “an increase in work capacity across broad times and modal domains.” That means that the fittest people on earth should excel at everything and specialize in nothing.


  1. Universal scalability - Whether you’re a professional athlete, retiree, or you think you’re out of shape, CrossFit is for you. The program can be scaled to your individual needs and abilities, by scaling loads, repetitions, and even movements if necessary. The most common mistake people make is thinking that they’re too out of shape to do CrossFit. You’re not.


  1. Creates athletes, not bodybuilders - By training your body with high power functional movements, rather than repetitive isolation exercises, your body will not only look better but WORK better.


  1. Neurological adaptation - Practicing movements that occur in everyday life trains your neurological system to correctly execute those movements more efficiently. For instance, practicing proper squat technique in the gym wires your body to efficiently transition from sitting to standing in everyday life.


  1. You can’t hide your weaknesses - Our workouts will keep you honest and force you to attack your weaknesses. This is something most people avoid when training on their own, which severely limits your progress and growth as an athlete. Making your weaknesses your strengths is our main goal to get you to reach your full potential, whether you’re an athlete or just trying to be as healthy/fit as possible.


  1. Community - Joining a CrossFit gym may seem intimidating at first but you will quickly realize how supportive the community is. You will celebrate personal achievements and develop lasting relationships with your fellow classmates.


  1. Change of pace - In CrossFit, “constantly varied” is one of the main principles. You will never get bored with the WOD (workout of the day) because it is never the same. We continue to practice and get better at a variety of functional movements, but never repeat a sequence. Gone are the days of “back and bi’s,” routine is the enemy.


  1. Results - Unlike most other fitness programs, when you do CrossFit, you will have measurable and repeatable data to prove you are becoming fitter. Intensity equals power.­ Power is generated by moving a load quickly. This means you can score a workout and repeat it at a later time to measure the work produced. Not only will you see and feel improvement physically, your score will demonstrate it.


  1. Staff - Our staff is not only educated and certified, but they are continually learning and furthering their knowledge in the field of fitness. They pride themselves on creating a competitive but comfortable environment that builds every athlete both physically and mentally.


  1. Fun - CrossFit makes working out fun, again! Combine all of the benefits of CrossFit that are listed above and it’s guaranteed to be exciting. After becoming a regular, you’ll look forward to going to class everyday. If you need to experience it to believe it, stop down on a Saturday afternoon to attend one of our free trial classes.


  • Monday 180319

    Monday 180319

    Oly: Clean and Jerk 3 x 2 start @75% 1RM 4 X 1 @92% 1RM (across) Met Con: 4 Rounds 36 DUs 18 DB Snatches 50/35lbs 12 C2B PullupsRead More »
  • Saturday 180317

    Saturday 180317

    Met Con: Open 18.4 For time- 21 Deadlifts (1st weight) 21 HSPUs 15 Deadlifts 15 HSPUS 9 Deadlifts 9 HSPUS 21 Deadlifts (2nd weight) 50 ft. Handstand Walk 15 Deadlifts 50 ft. Handstand Walk 9 Deadlifts 50 ft. Handstand Walk *9 min. capRead More »
  • Friday 180316

    Friday 180316

    Oly Tech: 8 Rounds- 1 Hang Squat Clean + 1 Squat Clean - across @ 60% 1RM Clean Met Con: For time- Buy in: 1000m Row 3 Rounds- 21 Burpees 12 Russian KB Swings, 53/35 lbs.Read More »
  • Thursday 180315

    Thursday 180315

    Strength: 7 Rounds- 2-7 Strict C2B Pull Ups *Rest as needed between Met Con: 4 RFT- 20 Box Jump Overs, 24/20" 15 kcal Assault Bike 10 Pull UpsRead More »
  • Wednesday 180314

    Wednesday 180314

    Strength: EMOM x 5 5 Back Squats -across @ 75% 1RM Met Con: For time- 40 Wall Balls, 20/14 lbs. 30 Cleans, 135/95 lbs. 40 Wall Balls, 20/14 lbs. 20 S2OH, 135/95 lbs. 40 Wall Balls, 20/14 lbs. 10 Snatches, 135/95 lbs. *17 min. capRead More »

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A reminder that there is NO NOON CLASS  Saturday, March 3rd! There are only 9 and 10:30 a.m. classes. Afterwards, head to the Buffalo Bills fieldhouse to watch 8 of our athletes compete in the Liberty Games!!! Reminder: if you need to be judged for 18.2, please contact us to set up a time!
There is no 6 a.m. class on Tuesday 11/28 because no one reserved a spot. Remember that you have to reserve by 9 p.m. the night before for that class!
Saturday, November 11th, we will only have 10:30 class. There will be no limit on class size. Afterwards, stop by CrossFit Buffalo to support our athletes competing in the Movember Throwdown!
On Monday, September 4th, we will only have classes at 10 am and noon in observance of Labor Day.
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