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I've belonged to the Locomotive community for a few years. Most people can be very intimidated by joining an intense fitness program, but the staff and members are one of the most welcoming, encouraging groups I have been a part of. I thoroughly enjoy going to each class, I leave feeling good and confident about myself.
I am fairly new to Locomotive but not to crossfit & I have found this gym to be a great community of people who are welcoming to new members.The coaches are very attentive and helpful while teaching the class. Its a nice place to do my early morning workouts.
I joined Locomotive over the winter and despite the dreary days and workouts behind (temporary) masks the coaching staff and community went out of their way to make me feel welcomed and prepared to get back into crossfit. Fast forward seven months and I can confidently say that I found one of best gyms in the area. The coaches are professional, knowledgable, attentive, and truly get to know you as an athlete. There are modifications and scaling options provided for every workout if needed to accomodate injuries and all abilities while still pushing you to perform and feel your best. In the last few months I also took advantage of the nutrition coaching and have learned a wealth of knowledge that I'll be able to take with me and continue using on my own. If you're looking for a new challenge, or maybe looking to get back into crossfit, I highly suggest giving Loco a call and speaking with the coaches about your wants and needs. Locomotive is a gym for every BODY and I can't thank them enough for helping me find me healthiest and fittest self again!
I love the 1 to 1 training, it's very beneficial.
LocoMotive Fitness Co is more than a place for working on your physical health. It's a space where you go to work on your overall wellbeing, a place where you are surrounded by a variety of different people who share the same ideology in life -- that there is always room for improvement. LocoMotive Fitness Co and the owners have changed my life.
Manresa Electric, LLC
If youre going to signup for crossfit, this is the location I recommend.Victor and Chloe are true professionals at their craft.Very knowledgeable and motivate you to keep coming.
Locomotive Crossfit is the best gym I’ve ever been to. The coaches are attentive and really give each person a customized experience - they genuinely care about you! You’ll also have a whole community of people cheering you on, no matter where you start your fitness journey.
Great crew, friendly and knowledgeable staff, clean facility...Locomotive is a great gym and a productive environment for building strength.
I love this place! Chloe and Victor are so welcoming and all the coaches are so helpful and knowledgeable!
I have been a member at Locomotive CrossFit for about 4 years now. I was not very active or into working out when I first started, so I was super nervous as to if I could even do this whole CrossFit thing. I quickly realized it was one of the best decisions I’ve ever made in my life! It is such a welcoming place. The coaches are all so knowledgeable and are always there to help you through the workouts. Locomotive truly cares about helping their members meet whatever fitness goal they are looking for. If I could rate more stars I would!
The environment here is what I’ve always looked for in a gym. Getting to the gym doesn’t feel like a chore now - I look forward to classes because not only are the workouts great, everyone is so friendly and welcoming. I’ve never been a “workout class” type of person because in the past I’d feel lost in a crowd but at LocoMotive all of the coaches pay close attention to each member and are able to scale every single movement so that you aren’t left feeling poorly about your skill level. Instead I walk away from class feeling empowered and looking forward to the next!
Melanie Vatier recommends Locomotive Fitness Co.
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Locomotive Crossfit is the best! Challenging workouts, knowledgeable coaches, and a warm and inviting community. While in quarantine, they have not missed a beat- virtual classes are still challenging and the community is ever present.
There are 2 different ways to use the term diet: as a noun, and as a verb.
As a noun: the kinds of food that a person, animal, or community habitually eats.
As a verb: restrict oneself to small amounts or special kinds of food in order to lose weight.
Why is it important to differentiate? Because people are often glued to the idea of going on a diet (temporary, has an end date) rather than focusing on what their overall (what the bulk of their year) diet looks like.
We’re here to remind you that no matter how successful you are on a short term diet, you will always end up back at square one if you don’t fix what’s going on overall.
Nutrition is much like exercise: it’s not as if you can workout enough one day and then be set for life. If you want the positive effect of exercise, it’s something you need to keep up with doing for as long as you’re looking for results. This is why people often try to make exercise a part of their regular routine.
Nutrition is the same and yet people often treat as as a temporary effort. They don’t look at what they can do to make their diet healthier for the rest of their life, they are trying to see how fast they can’t possibly see the results they want to see.
This leads to crash diets, unsustainable meal plans, and/or restricting entire food groups. These type of diets are like going from a desk job with no other exercise to suddenly working out for 2+ hours a day, 7 days a week. It’s unnecessary, impossible to keep up for an entire year, and will probably lead you down the path of saying “whatever, I’m ordering cheese fries”
We must STOP looking at nutrition through a temporary lens and start figuring out what changes we need to make to have a healthy diet be something that is our baseline. This does NOT mean your diet needs to look perfect… but until you have consistently incorporated protein, vegetables and adequate water in to your ever day life, there is really no need to look in to restrictive eating.
As we head in to the New Years, ask yourself: Do I need to go on a diet, or do I need to fix my diet?