Audra is quite easily one of the happiest and most positive people I have ever met. She brightens Albany CrossFit up every time she walks in the doors. From her early days of Albany CrossFit as one of the teeny boppers, to being an integral part of "Team Weird,"
What I enjoy most and what keeps me coming back are the coaches and the community. We have coaches that are incredibly knowledgeable in all things Crossfit (i.e weight/olympic/strongman lifting and programming, mobility, etc…) they are amazing at getting me to push myself as wel
What I enjoy most about Albany CrossFit is the structure. I know almost everyone says "community" but I'll get to that. I LOVE structure. I love that there's a workout already planned for me and someone telling me to do it. I'm not the kind of person that ca
I love the crew that comes in the morning. It's a slightly older crowd- with a lot less drama. I love Brett's coaching. He is so knowledgable about the mechanics of the lift and the all of the ways in which bodies function- it's like getting a workout and an A & P less
What I love about Albany CrossFit is having the equipment readily available to use whenever I want to work on a skill. I’ve been to other gyms and often times people need to share (even in small classes) and you spend most of your time changing weights. There’s also a shar
I enjoy most everything about Albany Crossfit. I'm not saying that includes every movement, task, WOD or lift, but in general I really like every aspect about the place and the community there, On a whole attending a WOD is the best part of my day. I have been a member at so calle
When I first met Tristan I thought he was a d-bag. That's not to say he's a bad person, I just thought he was cocky. He joined Boot Camp relatively fit by the average American definition. He looked decent but he couldn't snatch, hit multiple pul
I first attempted CrossFit in 2009, but only on an on again, off again basis. I was terrified of the larger classes, and had so much anxiety that just signing up for a class was daunting. I'd try to pack my fridge with primal friendly food, but most evenings I'd