“CrossFit covers such a broad spectrum of unique movements and challenging workouts to produce ultimate results,” said Dustin Raúl Stumpf, a 23 year old Crossfit instructor from Salinas. Stumpf, who graduated with an Exercise Science degree from Sacramento State, will be instructing at CrossFit Pipeworks
Beyond providing people with the extra motivation to attain their fitness goals, Stumpf plans to create a CrossFit Kids team and a competitive team for those who want to pursue their goals in the CrossFit Realm.
Many of the WODs, the workouts of the day, will be customized to benefit rock climbing members. Traditional CrossFit workouts like Benchmark Girls, Hero, and Fran will be cycled through as well.
CrossFit helps people develop their strengths and increase their fitness, specifically their core. “A weak core invites a higher risk of injury when performing daily activities. CrossFit and healthy eating habits allow our bodies to develop to their full potential,” said Stumpf.
CrossFit will be included with regular membership. Classes begin February 1st but special early classes will be made available to BBQ attendees. For more information check out the Facebook page- Crossfit Pipeworks or see the website www.crossfitpipeworks.com