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Our programs are tailored to each individual current fitness level. Our programs are designed to get you out of your comfort zone. Where change is made

Crossfit Shakedown Street

We are a full Crossfit Affiliated Facility. Our trainers are all certified through Crossfit as well as other entities such as AFAA. Our Crossfit program is safe for any person regardless of physical condition. We do not require on-ramping as most other Crossfits do. Our highly skilled trainers can train any person in any physical condition.

Smash Krav Maga

Krav Maga is a modern self-defense and fighting system. It is designed to be practical for people of any age, shape, or size. The techniques not only expand on your natural instincts and fighting skills in case of a real-world situation but make for a great cardiovascular workout to.

Yoga

Our Yoga program comes in two different forms. One is the traditional Vinyasa program for those who enjoy the spiritual aspects of practice and the other has a more Functional focus. The Functional Yoga class is movement specific and focuses on the mobility needed to perform CrossFit and at life. It is Yoga without the “Yoga”!

Crossfit Longevity

Our Longevity program brings functional fitness to a community in need. Our program is designed to foster independence for basic life functions. From getting up off of the ground to being able to pick up grandkids, we focus on moving safely, increasing mobility and becoming stronger.

Adaptive Athlete Program

Our Adaptive Athlete program is one of our “Affordable Healthcare” programs.  The investment you make in your well being will negate the need for medications, copays, and missed opportunities.

Special Needs Program

We are proud to offer classes for special populations.  Our owners have experience both training and educating individuals with varying special needs.  We offer training for school-aged children through adults.

Survivor Support

If you exercised before a cancer diagnosis, you may not be able to engage in your previous level of activity during treatment. You can exercise at a lower intensity level, which won’t put much stress on your body. For those who previously led a sedentary lifestyle, it’s a good opportunity to make a positive, proactive decision to incorporate more physical activity into your daily routine.

What our Members Have To Say!

“I walked in wearing a full kafo on my right leg from it being paralyzed with a knee replacement for 8 years. Thanks to the amazing coaches I am now able to walk without a brace and getting ready to run my 1st 5K. The staff will do anything they can to help you and it’s one big family. Everyone is supportive and helpful. You will make friends for life.”

Jessica Blechar

“I have never been in a gym or been an athlete before I came here. Infinite Fitness and the coaches have transformed me into a “CrossFit mom”. Since I’ve joined, I can do pull-ups, toes to bar, and lift weights that I never thought I could. I can do all of this because of Chris, Michelle, and Ryannon. There is always a coach looking out to make sure you are lifting with correct form or making sure you put enough weight on your bar to challenge yourself. They know me more than I know myself.”

Calliana Kim

“Simply put, it’s home away from home. Great environment to be in no matter what the day holds. There’s nothing better than doing a workout and forgetting it’s a workout because of how much fun one is having. Not many things are better than getting in better shape, learning to defend yourself to make it home safe, and having a smile on your face for a few hours.”

Johan Witto

World-Class Fitness in 100 Words

“Eat meat and vegetables, nuts and seeds, some fruit, little starch and no sugar. Keep intake to levels that will support exercise but not body fat. Practice and train major lifts: deadlift, clean, squat, presses, clean and jerk, and snatch. Similarly, master the basics of gymnastics: pull-ups, dips, rope climbs, push-ups, sit-ups, presses to handstand, pirouettes, flips, splits, and holds. Bike, run, swim, row, etc, hard and fast. Five or six days per week mix these elements in as many combinations and patterns as creativity will allow. Routine is the enemy. Keep workouts short and intense. Regularly learn and play new sports.”

Greg Glassman, CrossFit CEO and Founder

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