We believe CrossFit is the best general physical preparedness (GPP) program out there. By combining lifting with running, rowing, gymnastics, and more, we are preparing our bodies for the unknown and unknowable. Because we put our bodies through such a large range of motion in our squats, burpees, and pull-ups, we also often need to…
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✔ Do you need a new routine?
✔ Do you just want to be told what to do?
✔ Are you confused as to how to reach your goals?
We are a CrossFit gym for everyday people. Our highly qualified, friendly coaches will guide you through the most effective workout routine either in a private or small group setting (we cap at 12 people). You’ll get a safe, professionally written warm up, workout, and cool down all in an hour. We modify each workout to YOUR ability so you don’t have to be intimidated. Just show up and we’ll take care of the rest.
If you’re looking to lose weight, our nutrition coaches will work with you to meet your goals. In terms of body composition, workouts are great, but nutrition matters most!
COMMON QUESTIONS ABOUT CROSSFIT
Great coaching/programming at CF Kanna in a fun atmosphere within the member community!Matt C.
Outstanding coaching and a great community; a wonderful choice for both Crossfit veterans and newbies!Melinda L.
Kanna has such a great community. I love working out with coaches and members who encourage me to do my best.Becca N.
FEATURED MEMBER – DONNA
By Coach Lam When you ask CrossFitters, “What’s your favorite thing about CrossFit?” you’ll inevitably hear someone say that it’s the community. But what makes the community aspect so special? Is it because the members greet newcomers immediately when they walk into the box? Is it because there’s so much positive cheering to help and encourage others to finish…
Have you ever been guilty of looking at a workout and thinking that its too short? That something is missing? It can’t be just a 4 minute workout, how can I possibly lose body fat and gain muscle with just a 4 minute workout? Here’s the thing though: Results will come with intensity, or quality, not an amount or time (quantity).