Headquarters
Boulder, Colorado
Company size
50+
Since
2000

About Us

CrossFit is the world’s leading platform to improve health, happiness, and performance. In the 20 years since its founding, CrossFit® has grown from a garage gym in Santa Cruz, California, into the world’s leading health and fitness brand. CrossFit is committed to creating a welcoming and inclusive environment for everyone, and millions of people have already experienced CrossFit’s transformational benefits through workouts in more than 14,000 affiliated gyms across 158 countries.

CrossFit’s education and training offerings are designed in accordance with the highest standard of efficacy and excellence in human physical development. CrossFit courses are open to individuals and trainers at all stages of development and include entry-level, intermediate, and age-specific courses, as well as additional opportunities for professional development and advancement. Currently, our global network includes more than 130,000 active trainers committed to supporting the health and fitness of local communities worldwide.

CrossFit workouts include constantly varied functional movements performed at high intensity. These movements reflect the best aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, running, rowing, and more. They are the core movements of life. By employing a constantly varied approach to training, functional movements and intensity lead to dramatic gains in fitness.

The community that spontaneously arises when people do CrossFit workouts together is a key component of why CrossFit is so effective. Harnessing the natural camaraderie, competition, and fun that accompanies a shared workout yields an intensity that cannot be matched by other means.

Overall, the aim of CrossFit is to forge a broad, general, and inclusive fitness. The program prepares trainees for any physical contingency — not only for the unknown but for the unknowable, too. Our specialty is not specializing.

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Workout of the Day
Sunday 220515

For time:
Row 500 meters
20 parallette handstand push-ups
Row 500 meters
20 strict handstand push-ups
Row 500 meters
20 kipping handstand push-ups
#crossfit

https://www.crossfit.com/220515

Workout of the Day
Saturday 220514

5 rounds for time of:
20 wall-ball shots
10 med-ball weighted pull-ups
♀ 14-lb ball to 11-ft target, same ball for pull-ups
♂ 20-lb ball to 12-ft target, same ball for pull-ups
#crossfit

https://www.crossfit.com/220514

James Hobart (CF-L3) instructs a participant through the points of performance of the deadlift during a CrossFit Level 1 Certificate Course at Garden City CrossFit in 2018.
#crossfit

Workout of the Day
Friday 220513

Complete as many rounds as possible in 45 minutes of:
Run 800 meters
10 deadlifts
Run 800 meters
50 sit-ups
♀ 215 lb ♂ 315 lb
#crossfit

https://www.crossfit.com/220513

Rope climbing has long been a staple of the CrossFit regimen. With the addition of the L-sit position, this movement has no peer in developing grip, arm, and core strength, as well as full-body control and coordination.
#crossfit

At a CrossFit Level 1 Certificate Course at CrossFit HQ on Feb. 2, 2020, Joe Westerlin (CF-L4) spots an inefficient elbow position in the overhead squat. He cues the participant to “keep those elbows locked” during another attempt with the PVC.
#crossfit

Workout of the Day
Wednesday 220511

Complete as many rounds as possible in 12 minutes of:
1 L-sit rope climb
3 overhead squats
1 L-sit rope climb
6 overhead squats
1 L-sit rope climb
9 overhead squats
1 L-sit rope climb
12 overhead squats
Etc.

https://www.crossfit.com/220511

Workout of the Day
Tuesday 220510

Snatch 3-3-3-3-3 reps
#crossfit

https://www.crossfit.com/220510

Workout of the Day
Monday 220509

Helen
3 rounds for time of:
Run 400 meters
21 kettlebell swings
12 pull-ups
♀ 16-kg KB ♂ 24-kg KB
#crossfit

https://www.crossfit.com/220509

Workout of the Day
Saturday 220507

Hope for Refugees
3 rounds of:
Shuttle runs, 8 m
Dumbbell snatches
Bike for calories
Dumbbell box step-ups
Strict burpees

♀ 35-lb DB, 20-in box
♂ 50-lb DB, 24-in box
#crossfit

https://www.crossfit.com/220507

Workout of the Day
Friday 220506

Clean and jerk 3-3-3-3-3 reps
#crossfit

https://www.crossfit.com/220506

Workout of the Day
Thursday 220505

Complete as many rounds as possible in 15 minutes of:
12 hang squat cleans
15 ring dips
♀ 95 lb ♂ 135 lb
#crossfit

https://www.crossfit.com/220505

My former colleague @Brett_Ewer made @washingtonian's 500 most influential.

Big Deadlift is here to stay as a lobbying force.

Find a @CrossFit affiliate for a pragmatic approach to health.

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FAQ

Where is CrossFit headquarters?

CrossFit headquarters is located at Boulder, Colorado.

When was CrossFit founded?

CrossFit was founded in 2000.

How many employees does CrossFit have?

CrossFit has 50+ employees.

What is CrossFit's core business?

CrossFit is Health, Wellness & Fitness company.

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