Introducing the CrossFit® Warrington team
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Why CrossFit®? My Dad died of a sudden heart attack when I was young & my brother has Type 2 diabetes and related health issues, I knew I had to figure out how to get healthier to prevent the same issues. After a number of false starts I finally found CrossFit®.
CrossFit® opened a door to fitness for me that I had never experienced before, as a child I hated PE and I have always struggled with motivation & consistency in any sporting activity. CrossFit® and more importantly our community keeps me motivated, pushes and challenges me everyday.
It’s likely that I’ll be the first person you speak to when you book in for a chat, come & say hi!
Owner / Head Coach
My why has evolved over the past 9. Initially I started because I wanted to be stronger. I could cardio all day, but give me a barbell and I was weak. I hate weakness and that had to go.
CrossFit® feeds my mind body and soul. It holds me accountable in all areas of my life and makes me happy, even if not many people understand it. I’ve never stuck with a hobby this long.
I love surrounding myself with strong people that I can look up to, learn from and have fun with.
For me CrossFit® will obviously get you fit, but it’s the mental resilience, self confidence and general bad-ass-ery!! That keeps me going…..if I can do hard things in the gym I can do hard things full stop!
Ryan 'Robbo' Robinson
I started CrossFit initially at 14 to help build strength and improve my fitness for rugby, I then fell in love with every aspect of CrossFit to the point I stopped playing rugby at 16 which is something I never thought I would do.
My favourite aspects of CrossFit are the relationships that we build on a daily basis (I actually met my now wife at CrossFit). I have made so many new friends over the years with a lot of these friends actually coming to my wedding.
I started coaching CrossFit as I love watching other people get better, it has always been a bonus to me when I see other people hit a movement for the first time or hit a PB on a lifting movement.
To me there is no better way to combat mental health than getting into a gym with some friends and throwing stuff about. There have been many days I would go into the gym feeling a bit down and I would always end up leaving the gym happy because of the people I had been with.