CrossFit SAC

CrossFit SAC

5.0 (3)
4 employees
9 years in business

About this pro

We aim to improve the fitness levels, and lives, of everyone who walks through our doors, whether they be 18 or 81 years old. No one is too old or too out of shape to do CrossFit.

I love helping people discover that they are capable of more than they realize. I never saw myself as an athlete and would have never believed I would become a CrossFit trainer, let alone one of a handful of Level 3 trainers in Norther California. 

If it weren't for CrossFit, I wouldn't have pursued a Master's Degree in Nutrition. 

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Credentials

Sacramento, CA 95841
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3 Reviews

5.0

  • Nicole Whatley

    A strong commitment to everyone, not just the best of the best, and a large focus on safety/proper form in training. Very knowledgeable and always striving to learn more to help her clients become better. Amy has taught me a lot about nutrition and fitness, which has been invaluable to me, and I am a much healthier, stronger, and happier person because of it.

  • Lesley Horton

    CrossFit SAC has changed my life. I was never athletic and never enjoyed working out. Is join a gym and go for a couple months before getting bored. I've been consistently attending CrossFit SAC for almost 5 years now. Each day is something new. The coaches are the best around. I also highly recommend nutrition counseling from Amy Eubanks.

  • Katy Montgomery

    This gym is a great invornment to be a part of! The coaching staff is very knowledgeable and does everything that they can to help you grow stronger without hurting yourself. It’s also a great community... everyone is so welcoming!



FAQs


What is your typical process for working with a new student?

We start with a "No Sweat Intro," which is a conversation about goals, what's going well and what could use improvement. Based on that conversation, we prescribe an individualized program, which might include a combination of Personal Training, Group Classes, and Nutrition.


What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?

Dave - Personal Trainer (NASM), 10 years experience.
          Level 4 Certified CrossFit Coach.

Amy - Level 3 Certified CrossFit Trainer. 
          Master's Degree, Human Nutrition.

Calvin- Personal Trainer (NASM), 8 years experience. 
           Level 2 CrossFit Trainer

Monique - Personal Trainer: RIPPED, Gravity, TRX, Fitness Specialist, 10 years experience.
              Level 2 CrossFit trainer.

In addition, all of our coaches have a variety of specialty certifications, including Olympic weightlifting, Powerlifting, Kettlebells, and Pregnancy/Post-partum strength training and recovery. 


Do you have a standard pricing system for your lessons? If so, please share the details here.

Our Personal Training rates and Group Class rates can be found on our website: CrossFitSAC.com. 


How did you get started teaching?

I was never an athletic person, but discover how much I enjoyed working out once I found CrossFit. CrossFit taught me that I was more capable both physically and mentally than I ever thought possible. I helping people discover that they can do more than they realize. 

All of our coaches have a similar origin story. Some were athletes, some were bored with their traditional gym routine, but all discovered how CrossFit can changes lives. 


What types of students have you worked with?

Our students run the gamut. We have trained senior citizens, former Division 1 football players, pregnant women and everyone in between.  


Describe a recent event you are fond of.

I had a conversation with a member who had been training with us a few years. We were discussing how much she had progressed. She mentioned that when she started with us, she was pre-diabetic but after a few months of training was no longer pre-diabetic. 


What advice would you give a student looking to hire a teacher in your area of expertise?

Find someone who believes in your goals and who seems like a person you would enjoy spending time around. If you cannot have a conversation with your trainer and you don't enjoy the experience, you won't want to continue training. 


What questions should students think through before talking to teachers about their needs?

Beyond qualifications, ask what the trainer thinks will benefit them and their individual goal. Does the trainer have some generic one-size-fits-all diet and exercise plan? Or do they ask for what you are hoping to achieve?