Welcome to Highlands Ranch CrossFit

Our value proposition is simple: we offer the best workouts and atmosphere for your dollar. Functional fitness classes, and CrossFit in particular, are meant to be conducted in a certain manner. Relatively small classes, individual attention, performance-based workout programing, and an inclusive community. We are not like a traditional "globo-gym."  And we are not like your average CrossFit affiliate. Although we have plenty of space and equipment, our class sizes are capped. What does that mean for our athletes? Attention. Support. Feedback. Results.

Highlands Ranch CrossFit is not in the business of cramming as many members as we can into our gym. We'd much rather have a dedicated group of athletes committed to achieving true fitness. Our trainers are vested in your health. You are guaranteed to receive proper instruction and feedback on every workout (WOD) we perform.

Workouts for All Fitness Levels

We only program workouts that our trainers have done in advance. That allows us to know what works and what doesn't. No matter if you are an experienced CrossFitter or brand new, our trainers are able to scale and/or modify workouts as needed. We also know how long a WOD will take and what effect it will have on our athletes taken in conjunction with the programming as a whole. Other gyms have their trainers on a separate or "competition" program. Unfortunately, that leaves them unaware as to how their members should be performing on any given day. If the workout is too short or too long or too easy we adapt prior to implementation.

We incorporate pure strength sessions, metabolic conditioning workouts, and longer duration endurance efforts.

Our workouts are intense and they produce results. We are entirely satisfied if you give 100% effort. You should only be satisfied if you receive 100% in return. Try us to experience functional fitness the way it was meant to be.

 


Workout Of the Day

  • 9.1.14

     

    Today Highlands Ranch CrossFit honored the nineteen members of the Granite Mountain Hotshots firefighting team who tragically lost their lives on June 30, 2013, while fighting a fire in Yarnell, Arizona.

     

    Hotshots 19

    6 rounds

    30 squat

    19 power clean 135#

    7 strict pull-ups

    400m run



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