CrossFit gyms can be found all over the Sacramento area. What is a CrossFit gym? A CrossFit gym has strength and conditioning programs that are designed to be broad, general and inclusive. The definition of CrossFit is constantly varied, functional movement for high-intensity workouts. CrossFit is able to be scaled to any age, any body type and any level of fitness. Read on to find out more about the best CrossFit gyms in Sacramento.
CrossFit Anywhere
7700 Folsom-Auburn Road
Folsom, CA 95630
(916) 212-5867
www.crossfitanywhere.com

The mission of CrossFit Anywhere is to empower people to meet their personal challenges. The program builds physical preparedness for the challenges in life and uses a blend of weightlifting, gymnastics and mono-structural endurance. The gym’s methodology thrives on the commitment, effort and cooperation of the community, sharing successes with one another. Its schedule offers AnywhereX-Bodyweight Bootcamp, Level I-CrossFit, Level II-Competitor’s Program and the Barbell Club-Olympic Lifting Class.

CrossFit Determination
1830 Sierra Gardens Drive
Roseville, CA 95661
(530) 798-3014
www.CrossFitdetermination.com

Located in Roseville, CrossFit Determination has a fun website where the members are a big part of it. There are photos and remarks, as well as a back office for the members. The Workout of the Day (WOD) page on the website appears to be a blog type of page with a lot of information. It has birthday and engagement announcements, goodbyes to those who are leaving and, of course, the workout of the day. Get into this gym to become part of its close-knit community.

V3 CrossFit 
8848 Madison Ave.
Fair Oaks, CA 95628
(916) 966-5200
www.v3crossfit.com

V3 CrossFit has an 8,000-square-foot facility and claims to be the largest CrossFit gym in the greater Sacramento area. The owners have committed to create an environment focusing on individual needs of their athletes to excel, irrelevant of their fitness level, age or their athletic background. V3 offers a newsletter you can subscribe to, and has a page on its site for nutrition. It also has a waiver release for participants.

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CrossFit Sac
4755 Auburn Blvd.
Sacramento, CA 95841
(530) 559-2283
www.crossfitsac.com

CrossFit Sac offers a free intro, but requests that you schedule it. The website has a Resources page where you can find tips for beginners, more about CrossFit and a link to the at-home WODs. You can use that when you are traveling or unable to get into the gym, and it requires little to no equipment. The gym’s What to Expect page explains the expectations of both athlete and coach. The expectations of the athletes are simple: no ego, be coachable and have fun. The coaches’ expectations are safety (first), preparation and to foster community.

CrossFit Restore
1400 Plumber Way #100
Roseville, CA 95678
(916) 505-9508
www.crossfitrestore.com

CrossFit Restore has the usual information found on a CrossFit website, for instance, what is CrossFit, classes, membership information, home and a product page. It also has a page for etiquette. On that page, you will find interesting remarks like “check your ego at the door, children are your responsibility, be on time, and please communicate with your coaches.” CrossFit Restore prides itself on its community and one class here will show you just how great a community that is.

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Deb Ling is a freelance writer covering all things Sacramento. Her work can be found on Examiner.com.
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