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Trussville, AL 35173

205.317.9526

 

 

 


CrossFit Trussville
Training Schedule

CrossFit Class Schedule

- 5:30am - 6:30am M-F
- 8:00am - 9:00am M-F
- 9:00am - 10:00am M-F
- 3:30pm - 4:30pm M-F
- 4:00pm - 5:00pm M-F
- 5:00pm - 6:00pm M-F
- 6:00pm - 7:00pm M-F
- 7:00pm - 8:00pm M-F
*9am Ladies-Only Class

Specialty Classes

CFT Barbell Club

Tuesdays
- 5:00pm - 6:00pm

*Led by Coach Andrew Rape. We work to gain serious strength. Specifically to develop technique and strength in all Olympic and Power lifts. Come ready to work.

CFT Gymnastics Class

Thursdays
- 5:00pm - 6:00pm

*Led by Coach Mark Mehringer.  This class helps athletes develope skills and drills to further their capacity to move well in their own bodies. Come ready to move in ways you haven't since you were a kid

Ladies-Only CrossFit Class
Monday-Friday

- 9:00am - 10:00am

*Led by Coach Ashley in a non-intimidating environment with only women in the class :) Feel free to bring your kids and grab a great CrossFit workout!

Distance "Run for Your Life" Running Group
Saturdays

Meet at CFT @ 8:00am and go from there

*Led by James Buxton and Lacy Isbell. Distances for beginner, intermediate, and advanced runners. All levels are welcome.

Weekend Schedule

Open Gym

Saturday
- 10:00am - 2:00pm

Sunday
- 1:00pm - 3:00pm

*We have coaches present to help you with anything you need during Open Gym times.  This is the time to make up a workout you missed throughout the week, develop a skill, or attack a weakness.

101 Fundamentals

- Class 1 - "The Basics"
Monday - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

- Class 2 - "Fundamentals"
Wednesday - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

- Class 3 - "The Olympic Lifts"
Friday - 6:00pm - 7:00pm

*Fundamentals is a three part series beginning on Monday and finishing on Friday, we recommend attending all three sessions in order to become comfortable with the demands of a typical group class
*Fundamentals by Reservation only, call (205)317-9526, or e-mail CFTrussville@yahoo.com
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Congratulations to Jessica Owensby! | Print |
Written by Andrew Rape   

Jessica Owensby is the CrossFit Trussville Athlete of the Month!


Jessica has got some serious skills and she is always working to get better in every domain!

We are so proud to have such a dedicated individual be our Athlete of the Month! As you all know, CrossFit is hard, especially the more difficult gymnastics skills, drills, and olympic lifts, yet Jessica ensures that they are all consistently worked on. She refuses to back down from any challenge and continually works on everything she wants to accomplish, including even doing one armed handstand holds at home! She's overcome a recent setback to her back and has pushed onward at a rate we would expect from someone who is as dedicated as she is. She's gone from not being able to compete a single Pullup, to being able to RX WoD's that call for them! We can't wait to see what she can do with a couple more months! Give it up for our AoM and one of best smiles around, Jessica Owensby!

- Coach Andrew

Here is what Jessica had to say about his experience so far at CrossFit Trussville:

On New Year’s Eve 2013 one of my best friends showcased her ability to do handstands pushups at my house…I was amazed! Given my competitive nature I of course was immediately envious of her and wanted to bust one out right then and there. I was FAR from it. I couldn’t even get into a headstand position without fear of breaking my neck. She was so strong, lean and beautiful. I wanted more of what she had. This was the turning point for me when I decided to take the plunge and check out a CrossFit Gym for myself. I chose CFT because of the raving reviews. It was one of the best choices I have ever made to date.

Walking into “The Box” was scary and VERY intimidating. Nothing but loud music, sweaty attractive people screaming and throwing around barbells was something I had never witnessed. Were they going to speak in tongues???!! The girls were doing things I thought only men could do and doing it well. I was definitely out of my league and comfort zone. I was quickly greeted by energetic people who welcomed me with blazing smiles. One man said and I quote “You had better watch out because you’re going to love it!” (Chris Jones). Well he was right!! It didn’t take long for the addiction to set in. Some refer to it as “drinking the kool-aid”…and drink it I did.

I’ve always worked out but after realizing that I could get a more fantastic workout in sometimes less than 10 minutes than I could ever get out of a routine hour long step aerobics class I was hooked. I live 35 minutes away and found myself driving that far just because I knew I would NEVER push myself that hard at a gym by myself …EVER! It’s hard to explain the feeling you get when you accomplish something you never thought you could do or help someone else achieve a goal that they have been working toward. People say it’s “too expensive” or “It’s a Cult! Stay away!” Well I disagree. If I were to pay a personal trainer I would pay hourly and much more overall. I get effective personal training everyday on my own schedule at CFT.

It’s not a cult it’s a family of people working toward a common goal supporting each other when we feel at our weakest and giving one another that extra push we need to keep going in moments of sheer exhaustion. It’s an unspoken accountability among friends to be the best possible version of ourselves. I started only 8 short months ago and I remember not being able to do one stinking pull up with a giant band the size of Texas assisting me. Now I can do kipping pull ups in an actual WOD (Workout of the day) and it feels amazing! I did my first HSPU (Handstand Push UP) recently and although it wasn’t RX and it only happens half the time it’s still something I never thought I could do! I ran 10 miles straight without stopping then did 150 burpee pull-ups one day in a WOD called (Clovis) for a free T-shirt and felt pride like I’ve NEVER felt before. I also beat my very athletic son in sprints at football practice which I couldn’t do a year ago (Bragging rights).

I’m by no means the strongest or the fastest at my BOX but I challenge myself on a daily basis to beat myself at my own game and I’m loving every minute of it! People love to ask me how much weight I’ve lost…well honestly I initially gained 8 pounds in the first 4 months then slowly came back down to what I weigh now …148! I started at 154 but I look completely different. I’m not a size two and that’s ok because I look good and feel great!  The "C" word... Cellulite. I want all the women out there to know that I work VERY hard in the gym. I'm strong and athletic but despite my best efforts cellulite still plagues me regardless of my size. It started in 5th grade when I didn't even have any fat yet!! We as women need to know that it's ok to be perfectly imperfect. Getting rid of cellulite has been a long-time goal of mine and I am still working towards it!  It’s still there but I can do what the average mom can’t! I am energetic and happy, and I no longer dread carrying in giant bags of dog food and groceries!

Athletes come in all shapes and sizes. Strong is beautiful and I get stronger every day I show up and give it all I have. The owners of CFT are driven by God and make me want to be a better person. The coaches are leaders and role models. They are people that you can look up too. I am honored and so thankful to be chosen as the Athlete of the Month. I am so new to this in the big scope of things that I was blindsided when I got picked and never saw it coming. Thank you for believing in me and showing me that with hard work and a good attitude anything is attainable. I can’t wait to see what my body is capable of in the months to come. This mom of three is going to be healthier in her 30’s is than she ever was in her 20’s.

Jessica Owensby

 


 

 


 

 
CFT Athlete of the Month | Print |
Written by Andrew Rape   

Jessica Owensby is the CrossFit Trussville Athlete of the Month!


Jessica has got some serious skills and she is always working to get better in every domain!

We are so proud to have such a dedicated individual be our Athlete of the Month! As you all know, CrossFit is hard, especially the more difficult gymnastics skills, drills, and olympic lifts, yet Jessica ensures that they are all consistently worked on. She refuses to back down from any challenge and continually works on everything she wants to accomplish, including even doing one armed handstand holds at home! She's overcome a recent setback to her back and has pushed onward at a rate we would expect from someone who is as dedicated as she is. She's gone from not being able to compete a single Pullup, to being able to RX WoD's that call for them! We can't wait to see what she can do with a couple more months! Give it up for our AoM and one of best smiles around, Jessica Owensby!

- Coach Andrew

Here is what Jessica had to say about his experience so far at CrossFit Trussville:

On New Year’s Eve 2013 one of my best friends showcased her ability to do handstands pushups at my house…I was amazed! Given my competitive nature I of course was immediately envious of her and wanted to bust one out right then and there. I was FAR from it. I couldn’t even get into a headstand position without fear of breaking my neck. She was so strong, lean and beautiful. I wanted more of what she had. This was the turning point for me when I decided to take the plunge and check out a CrossFit Gym for myself. I chose CFT because of the raving reviews. It was one of the best choices I have ever made to date.

Walking into “The Box” was scary and VERY intimidating. Nothing but loud music, sweaty attractive people screaming and throwing around barbells was something I had never witnessed. Were they going to speak in tongues???!! The girls were doing things I thought only men could do and doing it well. I was definitely out of my league and comfort zone. I was quickly greeted by energetic people who welcomed me with blazing smiles. One man said and I quote “You had better watch out because you’re going to love it!” (Chris Jones). Well he was right!! It didn’t take long for the addiction to set in. Some refer to it as “drinking the kool-aid”…and drink it I did.

I’ve always worked out but after realizing that I could get a more fantastic workout in sometimes less than 10 minutes than I could ever get out of a routine hour long step aerobics class I was hooked. I live 35 minutes away and found myself driving that far just because I knew I would NEVER push myself that hard at a gym by myself …EVER! It’s hard to explain the feeling you get when you accomplish something you never thought you could do or help someone else achieve a goal that they have been working toward. People say it’s “too expensive” or “It’s a Cult! Stay away!” Well I disagree. If I were to pay a personal trainer I would pay hourly and much more overall. I get effective personal training everyday on my own schedule at CFT.

It’s not a cult it’s a family of people working toward a common goal supporting each other when we feel at our weakest and giving one another that extra push we need to keep going in moments of sheer exhaustion. It’s an unspoken accountability among friends to be the best possible version of ourselves. I started only 8 short months ago and I remember not being able to do one stinking pull up with a giant band the size of Texas assisting me. Now I can do kipping pull ups in an actual WOD (Workout of the day) and it feels amazing! I did my first HSPU (Handstand Push UP) recently and although it wasn’t RX and it only happens half the time it’s still something I never thought I could do! I ran 10 miles straight without stopping then did 150 burpee pull-ups one day in a WOD called (Clovis) for a free T-shirt and felt pride like I’ve NEVER felt before. I also beat my very athletic son in sprints at football practice which I couldn’t do a year ago (Bragging rights).

I’m by no means the strongest or the fastest at my BOX but I challenge myself on a daily basis to beat myself at my own game and I’m loving every minute of it! People love to ask me how much weight I’ve lost…well honestly I initially gained 8 pounds in the first 4 months then slowly came back down to what I weigh now …148! I started at 154 but I look completely different. I’m not a size two and that’s ok because I look good and feel great!  I am energetic and happy. I no longer dread carrying in giant bags of dog food and groceries!

Athletes come in all shapes and sizes. Strong is beautiful and I get stronger every day I show up and give it all I have. The owners of CFT are driven by God and make me want to be a better person. The coaches are leaders and role models. They are people that you can look up too. I am honored and so thankful to be chosen as the Athlete of the Month. I am so new to this in the big scope of things that I was blindsided when I got picked and never saw it coming. Thank you for believing in me and showing me that with hard work and a good attitude anything is attainable. I can’t wait to see what my body is capable of in the months to come. This mom of three is going to be healthier in her 30’s is than she ever was in her 20’s.

Jessica Owensby

 


 

 


 

 

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