CrossFit Peekskill

EST 2013

CrossFit Peekskill delivers the CrossFit program exactly as it is intended. The stimulus provided are by design, constantly varied, using functional movements, performed at a high intensity. Our specialty is not specializing and our goal is constant progress. The community is welcoming, and is one of support and camaraderie to anyone seeking maximal health and fitness. Whether you are an ELITE athlete, actively participating in sports, playing with your kids, or simply wanting to be healthier and more mobile, we strive to provide the highest level of training that will help you achieve your goals.

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Athlete Spotlight – Mario Santucci!!

With the New Year and New Goals, Mario has been dialing it up with his attendance and Open Gym Time.  He was high on the January Committed Club, with 18 classes and continuing that trend into February.  A few questions answered by Mario for us: When and how did you get started with us?  I started a year and a half ago. After leaving my last gym I was looking for a new CrossFit box and I bought a 10 class trial from Groupon. After my first workout I knew that this is where I wanted to be. The coaches, programming, equipment, and other athletes  at this box are all amazing. Favorite workout? Diane Least favorite workout? Fran Biggest accomplishment in CrossFit so far? 315 front squat! What is your go-to cheat meal? Wings with a burger and fries. What is your favorite candy? Are protein bars candy? What is your current wallpaper on your cell phone? A picture of my girlfriend Jackie and me on the beach in Punta Cana. You can be any animal in the world, what animal would you be? A bird because the thought of being able to fly sounds awesome, and it would make box jumps easier too. What advice would you give someone just starting CrossFit? Always have fun and don’t be intimidated by anyone. Everyone starts somewhere. With time and hard work you will soon get stronger, faster, and feel better than you ever have... read more

Too Busy?

  Over the past few years I have heard my share of excuses from athletes on why they don’t stick to their own commitments and goals. There seems to be one excuse in particular that I keep hearing over and over like a broken record. The excuse I’m referring to is typically some form of “I’m too busy” or “I don’t have time”. Do any of these statements sound familiar to you? “I’m too busy to go to the gym.” “I don’t have time to meal prep this week.” “I’m too busy to stretch my hamstrings.” “I don’t have time to eat breakfast.” “I have too much going on to sleep 7 to 9 hours a night.” On the surface, “busy” sounds like a perfectly valid excuse. In fact, it can almost sound downright positive in some cases. For example, you might be asked, “How are you?”, and a common reply might be something along the lines of, “Oh, busy as usual”. “Busy” is such a great excuse because it sounds both plausible and positive in some cases. Yet, the same athletes who say they are “too busy” to go to the gym miraculously find time to do a great number of other activities such as binge watch a few seasons on Netflix, go out for drinks at the local happy hour, watch cat videos on the Internet, attend their cousin’s sister-in-law’s best friend’s birthday party, and endlessly scroll through their various social media feeds. As a coach, I’m not here to judge how anyone spends their free time. However, my job is to help you achieve results in... read more

“Saying No”

When you make the decision to change the way you eat your willpower is tested almost immediately. All day. Every day. No matter where you go. Your favorite coffee shop, a convenient station, the grocery store – you walk in and you are being stared down by all the delicious foods that you crave. It’s so easy when you’re paying for your coffee to add on a pastry; or when you’re paying for your groceries throw in a candy bar. Why is this? They’re easily accessible items that leave you with little to no time to make a real decision. They’re called impulse items for a reason! You see it, you want it and (before you even realize you’re doing it) you add it on to your purchase. Yesterday I went in to a coffee shop and ordered my black coffee with a salad. I made my way through the ordering process without adding on any of the delicious looking croissants and pastries that lined the counter. Then my waitress put my plate down and there it was – 4 small slices of freshly baked bread. I could see and smell the rosemary lining the top. It wasn’t easy to watch her take my plate away with the bread still sitting there, untouched. My point? Even when you think you’ve made it past the hard part, temptation will hit you again. You need to learn the word ‘no’. Yesterday before I went in to the coffee shop I already knew I would be faced with chocolate croissants and cheesecake. I didn’t have to think about whether I wanted one because the... read more


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