Rick and his team are top notch coaches who care genuinely about your progress. I cannot imagine being a member anywhere else.

-Adam S. (July 2017)

Full Dimension CrossFit has truly impacted my life in the most positive way. I am a 45 year-old woman, and I joined FDC during a transitional time in my life. I have not only gotten into the best physical shape of my life, I am in the best emotional state of mind ever. I never thought I would be able to achieve so many milestones. I have never lifted weights before coming here, nor have I ever worked out like this in my life. In the last year and a half, I have progressed and done things that I never imagined possible for myself. Furthermore, I have learned so many valuable lessons at FDC that I utilize every single day both in my personal and professional life. The community that I am surrounded by is the most supportive, positive group of people that I have ever had the pleasure of knowing. When one steps out of their comfort zone, the best things in life will happen!

-Jen V. (July 2017)

If you’re looking for somewhere to transform or change your routine this is the place. I walked in almost a year ago and sat with the owner Rick and talked for over an hour. Having done the half marathon thing and over 20 triathlon’s I was looking for a change…..this place has challenged me more than any sport or training before. The coaches and the community their are the best I’ve been around! Stop in like I did! Say hi to Rick and see how your life can change too!

-Rich R. (July 2017)

Walked into Full Dimension Crossfit 4 years ago, and haven’t dreamed of leaving since. I’m stronger than I have been since my college athletics days, with strong programming and great coaches (of which I am now one). What sets FDC apart is the community and camaraderie that exists at the gym – it is what makes it truly special.

Your current fitness level and strength are no roadblock – everything is scaled to meet the needs of individual athletes to ensure proper form and movement. If you’re local and looking for a change from the same old lifts at the gym, it is worth your time to give Full Dimension Crossfit a try.

-Alex R. (June 2016)

I started Crossfit in February of 2013 after finishing college and graduate school, many years of playing softball, and regularly participating in group exercise classes at local gyms (especially Zumba and spin). Not knowing much about Crossfit aside from ESPN’s coverage of the Games I figured I would give it a try through a deal I found online. Throughout my first few weeks attending classes in winter’s darkness (yes we ran outside at night) I quickly realized that this was a community I wanted to become a member of. No excuses I had were acceptable for any of my coaches and my body was pushed to the limit weekly. Yet I always came back for more. I remember needing to modify push ups at least three times during my second week and feeling sick to my stomach during my first Tabata workout. I’ll never forget when Rick kicked over the bucket for me. It also took me three months to get over my fear of jumping on a box and many more months to lift weight on a barbell above my head without worrying about it crushing me. Now I actually enjoy box jumps and can lift a heavy barbell a variety of ways safely overhead.

Furthermore, this box and its community of coaches and members have been the most supportive fitness environment I have ever encountered. Never before have I had the privilege of working out with people who were as committed to my own success in addition to their own. The friendships I made have extended outside the box and I am grateful to have met such a diverse group of people who share many of the same interests.

To add, I have always enjoyed participating in the charity workouts and raising awareness for so many causes. I am proud to say that I have participated in the WOD For Autism every year and feel a personal connection to the cause due to my work with children with Autism-spectrum disorders. These experiences help illuminate that this is more than just a gym; it’s a community of athletic individuals committed to giving their all both in and out of the box.

Come give it a try and leave your ego and preconceived notions about Crossfit at the door. Don’t be afraid to scale, modify, or ask for help from fellow members or coaches. Burpees will always suck but I promise you will leave stronger mentally and physically than when you first walked in. And when that day comes it is a PR!

-Michelle E. (August 2015)

It’s actually difficult to express in words how much I love everything about this place. The coaches are unbelievable. They genuinely care about your progression, your overall health, and what your fitness goals are. They work with you on a personal basis and encourage you to push yourself far past whatever you originally thought you could do. They are fantastic with people of every fitness level and of every age. As for the members themselves, they are are encouraging, respectful, and kind. Once I joined I found it incredibly difficult to go back to a regular gym. As for the health benefits, from my experience I feel so much better, healthier, and stronger. I feel incredible and would recommend Crossfit, especially Full Dimension Crossfit, to anyone.

-Alyssa S. (July 2012)

1 year ago I started CrossFit Full Dimension. I couldn’t do a single pull up without a band assist, I did 65 lb thrusters and hadn’t run a mile since I was 17 years old (yeah, 20 years ago). In weighed 205 lbs. In the past year I’ve lost 25 lbs and accomplished feats I’d never have considered in the past. I wasn’t active in college, I’m not chasing past achievements. There’s no previous measurement or benchmark for me. I was active in high school an have been to the gym occasionally since. What I could do 1 year ago was my best and thanks to FDC I beat that almost every time I show up.  I did 100 pull ups in under 20 mins recently, and an unpleasant amount of thrusters included. I stayed neck and neck with someone I consider an elite athlete in the 400m run, I back squatted 285 lbs, I’ve done a muscle up (yeah, just one. I got hurt, sue me), I cleaned 205 lbs, I dead-lifted, with solid form (ask Rick how long the form part took to sink in) 405 lbs, I ran a 5K in 26 mins… And I’ll do all those things again this year, but I’ll do them more times, faster and heavier and I’ll do them while being yelled at and cheered on and supported by friends. People I’ve known a year, or people I’ve known a month, who inspire me. 

-Carl S. (December 2012)

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