Getting Started

Getting started with CrossFit is simple at CrossFit Show Low!

The first step is to call or email us to set up your free, introductory session. This allows you the opportunity to meet us, and find out firsthand what we do and who we are. If you, and we, decide that CrossFit Show Low is for you, then your next step is to enroll in our On-Ramp introductory course.

By offering one-on-one training during the intro course, we minimize distractions and can pay maximum attention to your individual needs. In the On-Ramp Course, you will learn how to perform the fundamental CrossFit Movements safely and effectively, ensuring a seamless transition into the Group Workouts after completing your On-Ramp Course.

We welcome you to make an appointment with us so that you may come in and see firsthand who we are, and what we do!

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Success Stories

Jessica Lunt


In May 2013 I decided it was time to get healthy. My blood pressure,

cholesterol and resting heart rate were high; I was depressed and hated going anywhere

because I was not comfortable with the way I looked. I work in healthcare and saw people suffering

from illnesses because of obesity and knew that I would soon be in

their shoes if I didn't change something. I felt horrible. I started doing

insanity and saw some improvements but I hurt myself before I could

complete the first challenge and couldn't convince myself to get started

again. I had lost about 10 to 15 pounds, which was a great start but lost

interest easily so I was starting to gain what I had lost back.

On July 6, 2013 my loving sister in law Mariah Tatum and our friend Jeri

Clark convinced me to go to Crossfit Show Low so I looked

into Crossfit and saw videos of people doing things I could never in a

million years imagine myself doing. I went anyways despite the voice that said,

"This is crazy I can't do this" and it was one of the best decisions

I have made in my life. I was instantly welcomed when I walked in. I couldn't

even run a full 200 meters but each week I made goals to do a little

better. The progress I saw was amazing. The first month I had butterflies in my

stomach every time I pulled into the parking lot, but I kept going. I

still get butterflies when I workout with people other than my usual group or

when I am met with a new challenge or something I am not very good at.  We

cheer each other on when we are struggling and celebrate when we

succeed.  I have met so many people who inspire me to keep going. The

trainers have taught me things that I couldn't imagine doing and my friends inspire

me to try new things.

I didn't take "before" photos because I thought Crossfit would just

be another failed attempt at getting healthy. So, I asked family for some photos

around that time and realized how much I avoided being photographed with

my family because I didn't like the way I looked.  Here I am one year

after I joined Crossfit Show Low and have lost 90 pounds 80 while doing

Crossfit. I have reached my goals of having a healthy BMI, cholesterol, blood

pressure and resting heart rate. So this next year my goal is to eat

healthier and be able to do double unders and pull-ups. Who knows maybe I

will try a fun competition..... I am not as concerned with the numbers on the

scale because I see other improvements in my workouts, the way my clothes fit,

and the way I feel about myself.

I finally found something I love to do that helps me perform better in

everyday life. I have been able to do things with my family that was

not possible due to my health last year. I can't even begin to

express how grateful I am for my crossfit trainers and the friends I have

made at the box.  Dj, Chance, Chris, Nikki and countless

others have taught me more than I would ever have learned going to an

average gym. I look forward to seeing what I will accomplish this year. That is

the beauty of Crossfit I started out barely able to finish the workouts and now

I am looking forward to the challenge of whatever is next. It is still hard for

me to share but I hope that by sharing this others will be inspired to move and work towards being healthier.