Crossfit2.2 isn’t your typical training facility.
According to Josh Dunnick, sales representative and coach, CrossFit optimizes fitness through the traditional fitness workouts, such as weightlifting, gymnastics, and running. However, it’s the personal style that makes Crossfit2.2 unique.
“We have our own business model and mission statement,” said Dunnick. “We are our own community and support and members encourage each other to reach their goals.
Dunnick said coaches encourage quantifiable goals, not subjective goals. “It means we teach you how to become more fitness indeed, which naturally makes you look and feel better,” he said. “We don’t want people to look at the reflection in the mirror. We want them to set realistic goals. By obtaining those goals, you’ll feel better about yourself.”
Dunnick said those interested in joining Crossfit 2.2 can come in for a free informational meeting to talk about available programs, do a simple workout, and ask any questions . If they want to pursue it further, they attend three 1-hour classes to show them how to use the equipment and to the fitness routines. They will also figure out a schedule that works for them.
“It’s about attitude,” said Dunnick. “What you get out of it depends on how serious you take your goals and what you want to achieve.”
Unlike other body building or shaping facilities, coaches from Crossfit 2.2 do not push you to do something you don’t feel comfortable doing, but instead encourage you to complete the goals you set for yourself.
“It’s important to set goals, but we try to stress the importance of the journey rather than the end product.”
Dunnick said members of the community that has formed at Crossfit 2.2 also support and encourage each other, which gives those struggling motivation to keep going.
“Someone is always here, happy to help,” said Dunnick.
For more information got to Crossfit2.2’s website at crossfit2point2.com or call them at (319) 462-7888.