Welcome

CrossFit Body & Fuel offers a strength and conditioning program that combines weightlifting, sprinting, gymnastics, power lifting, kettle bell training, plyometrics, and rowing. Our facility, based in old-town Beaverton Oregon, is staffed with professional coaches who are dedicated to help you meet your personal fitness goals, whether your goal is to decrease body fat, build muscle, get stronger, or just improve your overall fitness and well-being. We focus on helping members develop healthy functional movement patterns and are equipped to provide support to all levels of athletes

Whatever level of skill you possess, join us for small group classes or personal training where you will participate in functional movements at a level of intensity required to reach your fitness goals. Our workouts are never the same so you’ll never be bored. You’ll actually look forward to coming back!

Great programming, supportive coaches and a welcoming community are waiting for you. Come on in… Let CrossFit Body & Fuel in Beaverton help you reach your fitness goals!


Our Fitness Philosophy

CrossFit is a training program that builds strength and conditioning through extremely varied and challenging workouts. Each day the workout will test a different part of your functional strength or conditioning, not specializing in one particular thing, but rather with the goal of building a body that’s capable of practically anything and everything.

 


WORK OUT OF THE DAY (WOD)

01.14.17

WEATHER UPDATE: GYM OPEN! Come join us for a final Saturday WOD.

CONDITIONING WOD:

Partner “Zeus”
RX+ = Solo

3 Rounds for Time:
30 Wall ball shots (20/14)
30 Sumo deadlift high-pull (75/55)
30 Box jump (20/20)
30 Push press (75/55)
30 Calorie Row
30 Push-ups
10 Back squat (Bodyweight)

U.S. Army Specialist David E. Hickman, 23, of Greensboro, North Carolina, assigned to the 2nd Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 82nd Airborne Division, based in Fort Bragg, North Carolina, died on November 14, 2011, in Baghdad, Iraq, from wounds suffered when insurgents detonated an improvised explosive device near his vehicle. He is survived by his wife Calli, parents David and Veronica, and brother Devon.