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Simply a great gym with great people achieving great results. It’s my happy place. No matter how I feel when I get there, I leave happy. You can walk in feeling like crap, and you walk out feeling great.
The workouts are great and are easily scaleable to fit your fitness level. I really appreciate the feedback I get from the coaches with a focus on my form to get stronger, but not hurt myself. The trainers are all very approachable, coaching me with tips or plans to improve my movement. To top all of this off, I love the community here. This is the place for you!
The coaches are outstanding. They’re professional, charismatic, knowledgeable, and seem to possess a 6th sense tailoring their approach to each individual member. I joined three years ago as a timid novice with zero CrossFit experience and a lack of fitness initiative. The welcoming and inspiring environment catapulted my progress from zero to 100.
It’s a welcoming community with a family atmosphere that motivates me to exercise on those days when I need it most. No matter how exhausted I feel when I walk in the door I always leave feeling better than before. That’s a testament to the coaches and members who encourage one another to do their best. Thanks SecondWind!
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In September of 1997, one week before my wedding, I raced in my first triathlon: 1 mile swim, 25 mile bike, 10k run. The swim was a mass of arms and legs kicking water in my face. My hybrid bike was heavy and slow and took the life out of my legs. The run...well, just...
Tell us about yourself: I was born in New York but grew up in Baltimore. I lived in Washington, DC in my 20's but I moved to the UK to marry my now ex-husband who is British. About three years ago I moved back to DC after 22 years in England, my own personal...
Katie has been with SWCF since the first year we opened. Don’t know where we’d be without her. Did we mention she’s a Nats fan?!