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THE LANDMARK WAY

First and foremost, we’re here to help you succeed.

Our workouts are as FUN as they are CHALLENGING.

We PRACTICE skills as much as we TRAIN them.

And we grow as people, TOGETHER.

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No gimmicks. No pressure. We’re here to help!

PEOPLE JUST LIKE YOU

"Best decision you could ever make if you're looking to better yourself not only physically but mentally as well."
Dave O.
"Over the past 5 months they’ve helped push me to points that I didn’t know I was capable of."
Brendan R.
"Not only are they highly knowledgable and professional coaches, the atmosphere in their gym is energetic, fun, and so encouraging."
Lena B.
"The atmosphere here is so inclusive, and the members are some of the nicest people I’ve ever met."
Kaili D.

@LANDMARKCROSSFIT

What's your view on growing old? Eddie, played by Danny Devito, said it best in Jumanji: The Next Level. At the beginning of the movie he tells his grandson to never get old because it's the worst. Not to spoil the movie but after his experience in the Jumanji game, Eddie has a whole new perspective. At the end of the movie, he tells his grandson, "Getting old is a gift. I forget that sometimes". #mindfulmondays ••• Mani and Naz, one of our dynamic mother/daughter duos, reminds us of this perspective all the time. Age really is just a number! We have numerous members at Landmark CrossFit who continue to get fitter as they grow older. ...

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When you get a nose bleed mid workout but it’s your jam. ...

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Welcome to 2020! We’re looking forward to a bright year ahead of us.⠀ •••⠀ The holidays were a time to relax, enjoy precious moments with our loved ones, and to reflect on our previous year. It’s also a time to indulge and let loose. We probably ate more treats than we should have and stayed away from the gym a little more than we wanted to, but that’s okay!⠀ •••⠀ Remember that exercise is a celebration of what we can do, not punishment for what we ate.⠀ •••⠀ Let’s start the new year on a positive note. 2020, we’re ready for you! 💪 ...

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Sometimes you don’t know what you need until it’s right in front of your face. Vero got two of her daughters, one of her sons, and her husband to do CrossFit before she even considered it for herself. Congrats to Vero, our in house superhero, on her one year anniversary at Landmark CrossFit today! #Repost @hey.vero_ ・・・ One year at @landmarkcrossfit today. Best thing I didn’t know I needed. I go at 6am 5 times a week. Now if that’s not an endorsement I don’t know what is. ...

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When you hit the workout after a few days off and realize you’ve really indulged over the holidays. ••• Reminder that we only have two morning classes tomorrow and closed for New Years Day. We are back to regular hours thereafter! ••• Who’s ready to get back into their routine? ...

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It’s Sunday, which means tomorrow is Monday. Why do we dread it so much? Bad things don’t just happen because it’s Monday! ••• We like to think of it as a brand new beginning to the week; a fresh slate. We always look forward to new workouts, PRs to smash, and conversations with all our members! ••• Changing your perspective can change your mindset and this in turn can make Monday the best day of the week. #sundaymotivation ...

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It’s almost 2020, have you written down your fitness goals for the new year? It may sound silly but there’s just something about writing things on paper that makes it more “real”. It makes us feel like we are accountable to achieve them. When we sit down with our members to help them set goals and come up with strategies on how to achieve them, these are the tips we give them:⠀ •••⠀ 1️⃣ Be specific. Put as much detail as you can to it. This will create clear, focused, and measurable goals. It’s the difference between “I want to get better at running” vs. “I want to run 1-mile in under 8 minutes”.⠀ •••⠀ 2️⃣ Be realistic. It should challenge your current abilities but it should be achievable. If you’re still working towards your first strict pull-up, set a goal to get just one instead of five unbroken. Set yourself up for success not disappointment.⠀ •••⠀ 3️⃣ Set a deadline. Giving yourself a target date will motivate you to work towards meeting that deadline and prevent procrastination. Start by distinguishing whether your goals are short-term or long-term goals. This should align with how realistic your goals are based on your timeframe. Can you do this over the next three months or is it more realistic to achieve over a year? ⠀ •••⠀ 4️⃣ Ensure that it’s important to you. If the goal isn’t that relevant to you, you’ll be less likely to care if it happens or not. Make sure it’s actually important to you and you’ll be more likely to put in the the extra work to achieve it.⠀ •••⠀ So what are one of your goals for 2020? Let us know! ⬇️⬇️ Maybe we can help! ...

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When you’re super excited the gym is back to regular hours tomorrow! Who’s ready to lift some weights and get a sweat on? ...

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