Pearland Crossfit was the first gym established in Pearland, Texas after training athletes at Tom Bass Park for just under a year. We are the largest gym in Pearland and have a combined 6 years of experience between the 3 owners and 8 1/2 years including our two other trainers. We have over 2,500 square feet of space and a kids room to accommodate those with children.
Our combined passion for helping others achieve what may seem impossible brought us together on this Crossfit endeavor. We want to help others achieve all their fitness goals, whether it is making a life-saving decision to live a healthy and active lifestyle, increasing fitness level, losing weight, or training to compete in the Games. We want to support you, encourage you, and push you to your limits so you are able to accomplish more physically and become stronger mentally. We know the task is not an easy one, but it is one we are ready and excited to take on.
Pearland Crossfit is a full-time, fully dedicated Crossfit facility. Our gym is fun, safe, and a place where everyone should feel comfortable to leave it all on the floor. Whether we try to do it or not, Crossfit fosters an intense sense of commraderie that is unrivaled by any entity with the exception of the military. Regardless of your fitness level or background, we are here to support you and help you, while at the same time demanding the most of your time and effort that you are under our roof. This support is not only demanded by us as coaches, but will be demanded by others as athletes at our facility. As you leave our gym, you will experience a rewarding feeling unlike any you have probably ever felt before, both in your sense of physical accomplishment and mental strength (and the endorphin rush doesn’t hurt either). We train together, race together, and inevitably become close friends. That is the beauty of Crossfit. And Crossfit Pearland is striving to do that to build a healthier world one athlete at a time.
A typical day at Crossfit Pearland is anything but typical. One day may be a combination of squats, pullups, pushups and situps, and the next day may be double-under jump ropes, overhead squats, and running. Crossfit combines the disciplines of olympic lifting, gymnastics, and military plyometrics and requires the athlete to perform the workout at an extremely high intensity. The workout changes every day.