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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The importance of H20 inside and out of the Box.

DID YOU KNOW THAT OUR BODIES ARE MADE UP OF A LOT OF WATER? The brain is composed of 95% water | Our blood is 82% water | The lungs are nearly 90% water We can’t live without water; it’s the most critical nutrient you provide you body. So, if we can’t live without water, imagine how not enough water can affect your training and performance in the gym?! Think about the last time you went too long without water…How did you feel? Not drinking enough water of course causes thirst and dehydration, but it also can affect your brain function, your ability to focus and concentrate, can make you feel un-motivated, tired, and sluggish…all things that can prevent you from getting the most out of your training for the day or worse, prevent you from even making it to CFP at all…gasp!!   Start each day of with a big glass of water (12-16oz) Have a water container to sip on at my desk throughout the day, this helps track your intake and keeps it right in front of you so you don’t forget Make sipping water before, during, and after your workout a habit. Drink 4-8oz before (or during) your warm up, another 4-8oz during your training, and 8oz directly after you have cooled down. Drink a glass of water after each meal (after is better than before in my experience, but if before works for you either is fine) Tired of the taste (or lack of taste) of your water? Try mixing it up with herbal tea, green tea, infuse some water with your favorite fruits or cucumber, or... read more

June Monster Of The Month

Congratulations to Lex Fitzgerald on being voted our May Monster of the Month!!! As the summer months approach it is getting harder and harder to pick out who deserves the honor because everyone has been stepping up their training but this month Lex really stood out!! Why you ask? Lets ask Head Coach Matt Clyde—- “I can not think of another athlete that motivates me more as a coach and as an athlete then Lex does. Lex comes in with her husband and father to be Dan (Shout out Dan!!) consistently to our noon class before they go to work. They always come in early with a big smile on their face ready to have fun!! The most amazing part about it is Lex is always lifting for TWO!! Yes, Lex is pregnant with her first child and still keeps up with her health and fitness. We work closely together as coach and athlete to make sure we are performing the workouts as safely and controlled as possible! Though being pregnant doesn’t excuse Lex from her wall balls even though I know she wishes it did, we find fun and cool variations to any movement that need be to make sure she is still getting a great workout!! Whenever class is over she always has a smile on her face and can’t wait to come back the next day!! Its this that motivates me beyond words!! If ever I feel like I don’t want to train or I am too tired I think “What would Lex do?” She would train and enjoy every moment of it!! A lot of... read more

May- Monster Of The Month

Congratulations to our own Bill Caffrey on being awarded our April Monster of the Month!! From Head Coach Matt Clyde— “When thinking about Bill as an athlete there is one word that comes to mind. “Machine.” The man simply does not stop moving ever. No matter what the workout is you can guarantee one thing. Bill will not stop. He is also one of the most eager athletes I’ve ever met to learn. Whatever he is doing he wants to make sure that it is perfect. He doesn’t care much about hitting big weight. He wants his form to be on point and he wants everything to be right before adding weight. Something we stress here often at CFP. Bill has really bought into our program and really showed off his progress during this years CrossFit Games Open. During the 4th workout he had the most standout performance of the year by getting back to the deadlifts after completing a full round. It was so impressive because it took pure guts and ALL heart. Bill comes in every day ready to go and excited for whatever the workout may be. I can not wait to work with Bill further because the progress he has made in such a short time is incredible. Congrats Big Man” Now lets have a little Q&A with the man himself…. How long have you been doing CrossFit? I started crossfit in 2013 at CAP in Yorktown, will forever be thankful to them for introducing me to it.  Due to an injury (not related to crossfit) I did not start up again until I found... read more

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