At Wasatch CrossFit we offer more than results. Come see for yourself why our membership base is 60% women:[starlist]
- Free child care for 3 to 4 classes per day and Saturdays.
- A supportive atmosphere.
- A complete and utter lack of mirrors.
- A focus on results and performance rather than obsessing with the scale.
More than anything WCF is a place where you’ll have fun and make new friends while getting in the best shape of your life. See what some of our members have to say:
Heidi[image width="240" height="240" align="left" frame="simple"]http://wasatchcrossfit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Heidi.png[/image]
The best thing is the community, Wasatch Crossfit brings together a community of supportive caring people. I save time and get better results with my workouts and I love that my kids are taken care of while I workout. People really care here. The results I’ve experienced have been fast and I’ve improved in every area over the long term. The short version: I lost the baby weight in just three short months![hr-top]
Joanie:[image width="240" height="240" align="left" frame="simple"]http://wasatchcrossfit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Joanie.png[/image]
Joining Wasatch CrossFit was the best fitness decision I have ever made. Since I started in March my body has changed dramatically. I’m stronger than I’ve ever been and every week I see improvement. The coaches are so motivating and knowledgeable and the atmosphere is positive, upbeat, and inspiring. I’m constantly challenged and consistently shocked at what I’m capable of. WCF has changed my life![hr-top]
Kasey:[image width="240" height="240" align="left" frame="simple"]http://wasatchcrossfit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Kasey.png[/image]
Originally I joined WCF 5 months after having my baby looking for something challenging and an effective way to lose the baby weight. Well, I found much more than what I was looking for. Since I’ve joined WCF, I’m stronger than I’ve ever been and doing things I used to think couldn’t be done (at least by me). CrossFit has also motivated me to care more about the quality of the foods I eat to improve my strength and stamina for workouts, and I’ve actually found that my overall health has improved in dramatic ways. The best part about WCF for me, what I never expected or previously experienced at a gym, is the community. I can honestly walk in the doors of WCF just feeling like a stressed out stay-at-home mom, and an hour later, I can walk out feeling like a superstar because of the enormous support of the athletes and the outstanding coaches![hr-top]
Tiffany:[image width="240" height="240" align="left" frame="simple"]http://wasatchcrossfit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/Tiffany.png[/image]
I’m 32 years old and have 3 children. I love being a mom but have always felt I’m a happier mom when I have my own outlet. Time in the gym has always been a sort of sanctuary for me but as I got older and life got busy I found it harder to challenge myself enough to reach the physical fitness I wanted. About two years ago I stopped in at Wasatch crossfit to try it out and found something that I had long been missing. The wonderful opportunity to be an athlete again!
Wasatch crossfit provided me with fun and challenging programming, so different than anything I have ever known. Knowledgeable coaches have walked me through the necessary technique and progressions to every movement in each new work out. Between great programming and attentive coaches I saw physical changes I never thought were possible for me![hr-top]
K.C:[image width="240" height="240" align="left" frame="simple"]http://wasatchcrossfit.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/06/KC.png[/image]
I had just moved back from Hawaii after a failed attempt at being a beach bum, which in and of itself was a little depressing. I was out of shape, overweight, and had zero goals besides knowing that I had to do “something” to change my life. My BA (bad ass) sister had started WCF a few months earlier and was seeing great results so I decided to give it a try. What did I find? Not only a challenging fitness program (where after 2 years I have rarely done the same WOD twice) and nutritional education, but I found what I now consider to be my “anchor.” Dictionary.com: Anchor: a person or thing that can be relied on for support, stability, or security; mainstay.
Crossfit has become my addiction and has been life altering. It makes me want to set goals and push harder–we all know the every rep counts! It’s simple and routine for me now, whether it’s the food choices I make or knowing that I have the strength (mentally and/or physically) to take on new endeavors, it’s a part of my life.
The WCF coaches and the all the friends suffering and competing a long side of me, cheering each other on has made such a positive impact on my life![hr-top]