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Albany CrossFit


444 Sand Creek Rd
Albany, NY 12205

(518) 250-9348
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Albany CrossFit - Albany, NY
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The coaches at Albany CrossFit are super helpful. Their knowledge and expertise is unparrallerd. I have reached my weight loss goals and continue to see improvements in my streng...


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Helps a great deal 2/21/2012

I've been going to this gym for a short period of time, but I've been able to achieve some really great results. Jason and the staff are very professional and knowledgeable -- and best of all -- very encouraging for someone like me... who hasn't been in a gym in quite a while. I can't thank them enough for all their help! more

THE Gym for Albany's fittest 2/8/2012

Albany Crossfit is something special. You won't find a ton of machines, juice bars, or spas in here. What you will find, however, are trainers who know how to get you to perform your best, great equipment for functional fitness, and a supportive community. I would definitely recommend Albany Crossfit. If you want to get in shape in Albany -- this is the place to do it. more

Much better than your average gym 2/2/2012

What can I say? First, the staff and coaches are excellent. They know the best ways to get in the top shape of your life.. trust me.. next.. the facility is great... and finally- the most important part: the community. Everyone that comes in the doors is like family... so supportive and helpful. Seems like 'Everyone knows your name'. Would highly recommend. more

Good Staff and Community 10/5/2011

The coaches at Albany CrossFit are super helpful. Their knowledge and expertise is unparrallerd. I have reached my weight loss goals and continue to see improvements in my strength and fitness. The community feeling when you come to the gym is amazing. I would recommend this place to anyone. more


Before CrossFit I had spent my life playing sports. I had tried every sport, except tennis, by the time I was in seventh grade. I wasn more

great instructor 8/14/2011

My instructor is always energetic. She knows how to push you, but not so hard that you fail. So you end up feeling really good about it. The energy she brings to the class is great. more

A different way to work out 7/18/2011

After doing the whole more

Great Gym For Everyone 7/11/2011

I've been a member of Albany Crossfit for six months and work out at four days a week. I've also been a member of Crossfit club in New Jersey for another six months. I'm a senior (65 yrs old) who has been an absolute non-athlete for my entire life; workouts are new to me, and I take them seriously. While to outward appearances I haven't changed, my physician was so impressed after he examined me, noticed my muscle tone, and saw my blood work, that he pumped me for details about Crossfit. So I told him. Crossfit programming alternates between three kinds of routines: those that build strength, such as lifting weights; those that improve one's energy metabolism, such as box jumps, rowing, and burpees; and those that improve one's coordination and movement through gymnastics, such as ring dips and hand stands. Routines frequently involve high intensity interval training, such as Izumi Tabata's protocol. Crossfit routines do vary constantly. Finally, Crossfit only develops functional muscles--the muscles one uses in life and sports, like one's gluteal muscles and hamstrings. I also told my doctor that with my rotator cuff repair, the ruptured disc in my lower back and my mild anemia, my coaches tailor my routine to test my outer limits; my workouts are invariably challenging. Finally, I said I thought Crossfit improved on his somewhat sage advice, which was do anything that makes you breath hard for an hour a day. Returning to my opinions about the ACF, for a club that's grown quickly, I'm pleased by the quality, training and morale of ACF's coaching staff. Because of my variations in my personal schedule, I'm continually switching class times, and coaches. I find that while the coaches are each different people with their own ways, at the core, they teach the same skills; any variations I see as trivial idiosyncrasies. New coaches are continually in training; when I help them help me, it helps us both. One coach I thought was ignoring me, until I asked for help; as it turned out, he'd been leaving me alone out of respect for an old codger! Another coach solicits my mantras for use in class--most memorably ""eat the pain."" ACF's community spirit shows itself in many ways. Recently I was touched to see an apparent novice coming down the home stretch on a workout. As she struggled with her last dozen push-ups, a couch joined her, matching her push-ups count for count, while counting down aloud. Soon she was surrounded by nine other class members, each matching her efforts push-up by push-up, also counting down aloud. As she stood up after finishing, she had a satisfied smile on her face. For me, that's a supportive community! That gesture showed respect for and reaffirmed the effort she put into her workout. While on the subject of community norms, another is that members are humble about their capacities; mostly, people check egoistic attitudes at the door. Complaining is not ""in;"" ""wimping out"" is viewed as gauche. ACF programs heavier more
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