Where’s the best place to go when we want to get into better shape? The gym.
Where’s the last place we want to go when we need to get into better shape? The gym.
That’s a problem and we’re changing it. Flagler Village CrossFit is a place where all sorts of body shapes and fitness levels workout side-by-side. In a given workout you might see a guy doing squats with no weights, while the girl next to him is doing squats with 25 lb. dumbbells. They might have different fitness levels but they share a common goal… improve.
If you aren’t happy with the shape you’re in, this is the place for you. We don’t judge people by body shape or fitness level here. Here’s why… we know that if you keep showing up and doing the work, that will change dramatically. We’ve seen it happen hundreds of times and it’s one of the most inspiring things ever.
Do you want to improve? Then you’re just like us. Click the button and lets get started.
Today is a great day to start! Send us your info and schedule your free class today.
MONDAY – FRIDAY
5 a.m. / 6 a.m. / 7:15 a.m. / 9 a.m. /
12:15 p.m. / 4:15 p.m. / 5:15 p.m. / 6:30 p.m. / 7:30 p.m.
9:30 a.m. / Open gym from 8 a.m. to 9:30 a.m.
10:00 a.m. SwimFit (weather permitting)
$195 Per Month, Unlimited Classes
$180 for 10 Class Package
$165 Per Month, First Responders, Military, Full-time Teachers and Students
What’s the main difference between Fitness and CrossFit?
Fitness encompasses basic weightlifting, gymnastics and fitness movements. These include things like jumping rope, pull ups, pushups, dead lifts, squats and press. CrossFit includes more advanced skills and heavier weights.
Is Fitness for Beginners?
It’s for everyone. We like to have everyone start and get comfortable doing the fitness track. Just because Fitness is less technical, this doesn’t mean these workouts are a cake walk. We have recently had a few people transition over to solely doing fitness and they have seen great results.
Do Fitness people workout with CrossFit people?
Yes. Our coaches are equipped to run Fitness and CrossFit at the same time. The workouts overlap with each other and we maintain the class community feel. When you sweat with your friends, you grow closer… trust us it’s a thing! Sometimes we even have classes split right down the middle 1/2 doing fitness and 1/2 doing sport.
Is this a group class?
Yes. All of our classes are group classes. We do personal coaching in a group setting. While it might seem stressful, you’ll love the support and high-fives you’ll get from your classmates. When’s the last time people were cheering you on? That happens here on a daily basis.
What is the best day to start the Fitness program?
Today. Second choice is to book your free class for tomorrow.
What can I expect during my free class?
We will spend a little time getting to know each other and then we’ll do a workout. One thing we won’t do is try and sell you a membership.
I have a handful of boxes closer to my house, but I will always drive past those to get to Flagler Village CrossFit. Between the coaches and other members there is such a positive, encouraging environment; you can’t help but have fun even during the toughest workouts. The coaches are very knowledgable and watch for proper form, which makes me feel secure in my movements while gaining strength. Plus you can bring dogs! Whether you’re traveling, switching gyms, or trying CrossFit for the first time, Flagler Village CrossFit is a great place to call home.
I highly recommend Flagler Village CrossFit! Brings a great mix to the area! Great coaches and welcoming community! I was always intimidated to try it but after a few classes I felt much more confident in myself.
Excellent coaching staff. They always have great events scheduled (like yoga, swimming, beach volleyball, etc.). Join Flagler Village CrossFit if you want to get in shape fast and have a community around you to keep you committed to staying in shape. I’ve seen everyone from high school kids and their parents, to people just out of college and thirty somethings that are out of shape and trying to keep up (me), to parents of one of the coaches. Classes are not too crowded and they are also dog friendly.