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Shout out to our Sponsors

Our Friends and Family event in Appreciation of you is coming up in 4 days!  We are so grateful for the community we have and the local business that are contributing door prizes , food/beverages or coupons for you.


Thank you:

Discovery Coffee

Who likes Discovery Coffee?! I know YOU do! Logan will be supplying coffee for the event. Thank you Logan!

If you ask nicely he may just bring some doughnuts ?

Kaleigh at Rise Health

Thank you to my good friend, member of the Zone family and Naturopathic Dr. Kaleigh Anstett for donating a door prize. Working with her has been life changing for me ?

You are going to want to be in the running for this prize!


For those of you who haven’t tried Scott Adam’s fantastic smoked food, here is your chance. Scott will be bringing a huge pot of his famous beans for everyone to try.


Do you have a friend or family member who wants to join but is too scared?

If I had a penny for the number of times a client has gotten my hopes up by saying, “I have a friend who wants to join,” (yet that friend, or sister or husband never ends up showing up) I would be a rich coach.

Recently, I retraced my steps and asked clients why that friend of theirs never followed through. All of their explanations were more or less, “Oh, he was just really scared because he isn’t very fit.”

I have also learned in seven years of coaching that the hardest part for many people about joining a gym is just walking through those doors on their very first day. The fear and apprehension of the unknown can be crippling.

So I’ll tell you what I’m going to do. I’m about to reveal exactly what the process will look like from the moment you contact our website and the end of your Day 1 one-on-one introductory session with a coach. Here goes:

After you contact our website, or call us, we’ll get back to you within 24 hours and you will be paired up with a coach. You’ll likely have a back-and-forth e-mail with this coach, or better yet, a phone call. You’ll compare your schedules and will settle on a day and time for your intro day.

Then, you will walk, drive, bus to the gym and damnit, you will walk through the doors.

You will be greeted by your coach. At some point you’ll probably sign a waiver, but more than anything you will talk. That’s it—talk!

You won’t be weighed and measured (unless you want to be), and you won’t be thrown into the fire of a group class workout with experienced athletes.

What will you talk about?

To a large degree, this will be up to you. But the end goal is simple: To see if you’re a right fit to train with us.

To do this, we will ask you about your wants and needs, and what brought you into the gym. The only thing we ask for is honesty on your part. If we’re going to help you, it will help if you let your guard down and be a bit vulnerable (that might be the scariest part of the whole day for you).

Why are you really here today? What do you really want to get out of this? (We don’t want the PC answer; we want the REAL answer).

The reason we do our intro days in a one-on-one setting with one coach and one client is to allow the two of you to get to know each other and truly discover if you will work well together. Discovering this in a group setting with 8 to 10 new athletes all sweating together chaotically is next to impossible—and is what sets us apart from many other gyms in the area.

If at the end of your conversation—be it a 20-minute, 45-minute or hour-long chat (some people are chattier than others)—if you want (and if time permits), you will be put through a short fitness assessment—just some basic pushing, pulling and squatting. Or if you prefer, the fitness assessment can be done during your second session.

The assessment will give your coach a chance to see where you’re at physically, and will help him/her decide approximately how many personal training sessions you will need before you’ll be able to graduate to group classes (This decision will be made together based on your wants and needs).

Then if you’re game, you’ll book session number two and then the real fun begins…

That’s it. That’s as scary as walking through the doors is going to be.

If you have a friend or family member who has been considering joining, but is terrified to take the leap, don’t hesitate to forward this to them if you think it might give them the nudge they need to get fit.

OPEN Time!

The 2017 Crossfit Open season has begun and with that comes our announcement that we will be again running our own internal Open competition!  Just like last year, everyone will be divided up into teams and will compete for glory and recognition in a fun and supportive environment.  Again like in years past, it isn’t mandatory to sign up online however there will be more opportunities for points if you do. You can sign up at and under the ream option make sure to select Crossfit Zone. Or, if you just want to participate and not sign up online let me know so I can add you to the list. More details will be released over the next few weeks but if you are interested go and sign up today! I’ll also be looking for team captains so if that sounds appealing to you let me know. The earlier I can get teams made the better is its for everyone to plan etc so sign up early and let’s get this going!  First workout starts and the end of Feb! If you have any questions feel free to message me! – Sean


Cheer squad assemble!

So Saturday a group of us are heading up to Keating to compete in their new year’s challenge! Events kick off at 8am and go until 5ish. It would be amazing if we could get a group of people coming down to cheer everyone on.  For many people this will be their first competition and a friendly face is always an amazing boost. The address is 2200 unit D Keating cross Rd. Please swing by and help your buddies out!