CrossFit, FIT Boot Camp, Yoga, and Kickboxing in Denver; serving all surrounding areas. We are the only gym around Lone Tree or Highlands Ranch to give you so many choices. What is your goal? Are you looking to get stronger, lose weight, get in shape, or just get healthy again? The answer to your fitness goal is the same. Find a High Intensity Training program that you will enjoy and can attend 3 to 5 times per week.
FIT Park Meadows CrossFit in Denver, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, CO is open 7 days per week and has over 100 class times on the schedule. You won't find more flexibility anywhere in Colorado. We have CrossFit workouts 7 days per week, FIT Boot Camp workouts 7 days per week, Yoga classes 7 days per week, and Kickboxing classes 5 days per week. Our first class starts at 5am and our last class finishes at 8pm. We have the High Intensity Training Program you're looking for.
Do you want to do Cardio today? Come join us for a FIT Boot Camp Fitness class. Are you looking to get stronger today? Join a CrossFit in Denver workout and improve your strength. Need to recover from the intense training you've been doing? Relax in our ZEN or Vinyasa Yoga classes. Need to hit something? Our Kickboxing class will help you unwind from your stressful day. We have a class on the schedule for you, no matter how busy you are. Try us out FREE for 1 week and see why we became the fastest growing gym around.
A gym in Denver is only as good as its coaches. We are lucky to have some of Colorado's best fitness coaches calling FIT Park Meadows home.
Our coaches are highly educated specialists in Weight Loss, Nutrition, CrossFit, Olympic Lifting, Boot Camp, Kickboxing, Yoga, Rowing, Kids' Fitness, Running, Cycling & more. From the first time you arrive in our gym, you will notice our level of dedication. We provide the right amount of motivation and experience, without being "too close for comfort". With our varied backgrounds and specialties, you will find an experience unparalleled in our area. Try us FREE for 1 week. Come see the difference that dedicated coaches make.
Our programs were brought together by Nathan Lemon. In addition to losing over 100 lbs himself, he has won multiple amateur boxing titles, ran in numerous half marathons, and loves obstacle course races. His program creates a unique twist on Boot Camp by combining all the elements you love in a Boot Camp class with all the toys available in a CrossFit gym.
FIT Park Meadows CrossFit in Denver is located off of Park Meadows Drive just East of Yosemite serving Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch and the surrounding areas. We are tucked behind the Lone Tree Health Center, across from "The Rio". Because we are close to Centennial, Parker, and the Denver Tech Center many commuters in and out of the DTC use us as a way to avoid the dreaded "I-25 Rush Hour Parking Lot".
CrossFit in Denver workouts were built to get you individualized coaching in a group atmosphere. We believe in this philosophy and average 1 coach for every 7 members in a class so that you always get the attention you deserve. We are the only CrossFit gym serving Denver, Lone Tree, and Highlands Ranch to give this low coach to athlete ratio. You will always get better results when your coach has the time to focus on you.
Our 5,000 sq. ft. location at FIT Park Meadows CrossFit in Denver, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch is one of Denver Colorado's premier CrossFit locations. We have windows on 3 sides of our building, a running trail and creek immediately behind our gym, and brand new, upscale bathroom and shower facilities. You won't find a nicer location anywhere around the Denver, Lone Tree, Highlands Ranch, Centennial, or Parker areas. We spared no expense to bring the very best equipment and facility around.
CrossFit in Denver was formally established in 2000 by Greg Glassman. By 2005 there were 13 affiliate gyms. Because of the incredible results people have seen, there are now over 8,800 CrossFit affiliate gyms worldwide, making it the largest fitness organization in the world. How do you argue with those results? One of the best articles, published by “The Box” magazine, outlines the history of CrossFit here. One of CrossFit’s largest strengths is that it is scalable and usable by anyone at any age. There are 80 year old people using CrossFit to stay healthy, 350lb + people using CrossFit to lose weight, and 5 year old children using it to learn about fitness. Even the US Military uses the methodology to train it’s Special Forces.
A simple way to sum it up. CrossFit in Denver founder Greg Glassman realized that specializing in one athletic domain meant losing the ability of the athlete to perform in others. Think of the strength capacity of a marathon runner, or the endurance capacity of a power lifter? They gave up one capacity for another. Greg’s goal was to determine the “Best methodology to determine and produce the fittest humans on the plant”. His discovery was that by mixing the best training disciplines of other sports, we could become the best and most fit versions of ourselves. What is athleticism? It is being able to perform optimally in the following modal domains: cardiovascular/respiratory endurance, stamina, strength, flexibility, power, speed, coordination, agility, balance and accuracy. CrossFit is the most effective way to do this, in the least amount of time. 8,800 gyms and hundreds of thousands of people can’t be wrong.