Harvest CrossFit

Harvest CrossFit has classes that fit everyone wherever they are in their fitness journey. Classes range from beginners to advanced. Harvest Foundations Class is a great way to learn the foundations of CrossFit in an environment where everyone is a beginner! This is a 4 week course, Mondays and Wednesdays, designed to help new members to build their foundation. The first class of this course started April 1st, but it is still not too late to join! Sign up will continue until Thursday, April 4th.

At Harvest CrossFit you can expect a general warm up and stretching, ample instruction, the scored portion of your workout, and a brief cool down. The workouts are programmed for you. The coaches make sure everyone understands how to scale and load the movements. Their athletes just show up, follow instructions, and work hard. Harvest CrossFit does all the thinking!

The Harvest CrossFit environment goes beyond the workout. The connections made typically carry out into the rest of your life. If you are a business owner, or responsible for a business, the people you meet here can translate into business deals and partnerships. The demographics at Harvest CrossFit is almost entirely young professionals in our community who choose to use the business of people that they know.

To join the Harvest CrossFit community, it is as easy as giving us a call or sending an email from their website. Devin or MacLarin Jones will discuss with you your next steps!

http://www.harvestcrossfit.com/

Harvest CrossFit

What is CrossFit? CrossFit is high intensity, constantly varied, functional movements. The foundation is nutrition and we believe it to be an elegant solution to the world’s most vexing problem – chronic disease. Devin and MacLarin Jones, and their team of coaches work hard to create a welcoming environment in which to reach your fitness goals!

At Harvest CrossFit you can expect a general warm up and stretching, ample instruction, the scored portion of your workout, and a brief cool down. The workouts are programmed for you. They make sure everyone understands how to scale and load the movements. Their athletes just show up, follow instructions, and work hard. Harvest CrossFit does all the thinking!

Harvest CrossFit has classes that fit everyone wherever they are in their fitness journey. Classes range from beginners to advance. Harvest Basics is required for all new athletes and consists of four one-on-one, or small group, sessions that introduce athletes to the foundational movements. Harvest CrossFits open gym programming allows you to refine your goals or learn a skill that doesn’t show up in the class program as much as you like.

To join the Harvest CrossFit community, it is as easy as giving us a call or sending an email from their website. Devin or MacLarin Jones will discuss with you your next steps!

http://www.harvestcrossfit.com/

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Harvest Crossfit

If you are like me you have heard the term CrossFit a lot lately, but had no real understanding of what exactly it was. So like anyone in this day and age I googled it. The first definition I found was less than helpful: CrossFit is a branded fitness regimen created by Greg Glassman and is a registered trademark of CrossFit Inc. Wow, thank you google for clearing up all the mystery.

So I dug deeper, starting with researching our local CrossFit gym. From them, I learned that CrossFit is a high-intensity fitness program that incorporates elements from several types of sports and exercise. First opening in 2014, Harvest CrossFit has recently expanded to the point of relocation right onto Main Street. Their new location opened in August of 2017.

After speaking and meeting with owner MacLarin Jones, who owns the gym with her husband Devin, I can see why people view them as more than a gym. With five wonderful coaches that bring a wealth of knowledge and experience; they see their members as real people and strive to know what is going on in their lives.  They’ve built a culture of camaraderie and encouragement that keeps their members coming back and inviting their friends.  Once again, those small town personal touches go a long way to building a meaningful business.  They continue to get involved in the community as well, a few ways they are building community outside of their gym are, chairing the Young Pros group, serving on the Chamber Board, helping in their church and promoting community events to name a few.  They were even named Young Professionals of the Year in 2017.

One member had this to say, “Devin and MacLarin are really good at creating community. When you sign up at Harvest it isn’t just for an intense workout, it’s signing up to be part of the family. They often host BBQs and get together outside of class that help keep you connected. Losing 30 pounds has been great, but it is even better because I’ve had a community there to celebrate with me.” –Steve