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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Ready to take the next step in your fitness journey? CrossFit Peekskill is the premier CrossFit Gym in Peekskill, New York! Personal Training or Group Fitness, the choice is yours! Sign up to learn more.

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Eat Your Vegtables

We have been told all of our lives- “eat more vegetables”. Even in a world where there’s a constant disagreement over what we should and shouldn’t eat, vegetables are almost always on the ‘do’ list. while everyone realizes they should eat more vegetables, they do not understand just how important they can really be.  Vegetables are full of vitamins and minerals. What can happen when a diet is lacking in these? Fatigue, insomnia, impaired growth, poor circulation, dry hair or hair loss, diminished immune function, shortness of breath, bruising, muscle atrophy, bone loss and muscle cramps. Phew!! That’s quite the list. But it doesn’t stop there.  Do you find your always hungry? When you consume a diet that’s low in the micro-nutrients found in vegetables, it may cause your appetite to remain high. This continued appetite increase, even when you’re consuming a diet high in calories, may be the result of the body trying to force you to keep eating until your basic nutritional needs are met.  So why try not eating more vegetables…. This relatively easy fix could have a HUGE impact on your life.  Written by Coach Chloe  Certified Nutritionist.  Want to learn more? Sign up for our  No Sweat Intro  and receive a complimentary nutrition package some of which includes a clean eating list and much... read more

2017 CrossFit Peekskill Intramural Open

How it works If you’re unfamiliar with the CrossFit Open, it’s CrossFit’s largest annual online competition with over 324,000 people registered from around the world in 2016 and the 1st stepping stone to The CrossFit Games, the ultimate test of fitness. Workouts are released each Thursday night for 5 weeks. Read more about . For those of us who have participated in prior years, The Open is a time to see how we’ve improved our fitness in the past year and push outside our comfort zones. For those of you who 2017 will be your first year it is a time have fun and set a bench mark for future year. Our community comes together and forms an amazing bond during this time. We go into battle each Saturday morning with our teams as we compete in our version, The CrossFit Peekskill Intramural Open. The CrossFit Peekskill Intramural Open For five consecutive weeks on Saturday mornings we will host The Open at CrossFit Peekskill in an intramural team format. The event kicks off at 8:00am each week and athletes will represent one of four teams. The teams will earn points for participating in a variety of activities listed below. What are you competing for? The coveted CrossFit Peekskill Intramural Cup. How to Participate / Athlete Draft Each athlete that registers on The CrossFit Games website is eligible to be drafted. A link to register is below. Prior to the open, your team captains will get together and draft athletes to their teams. The draft is random. Then we will announce teams at the conclusion of that evening and... read more

The Dreaded “C” Word.

Why working on “Cardio” twice a week can greatly improve your fitness Let’s first start off by getting rid of that word “cardio.” Every workout we do in CrossFit can be classified as “cardio.” What we need to understand is our Aerobic Capacity. Our engines. This is an overlooked aspect of training because it’s not the “sexy” stuff. It isn’t a muscle up, or a 1 rep max, or a “girl” WOD. It isn’t something you see people post on social media because most people aren’t doing it. Now what if I told you that combining your weekly CrossFit WODs with small doses of pure endurance training could maximize your potential as an athlete? Meaning the “sexy” stuff would greatly improve. SIGN ME UP! Therefore, it comes as no surprise why many elite CrossFit athletes have started incorporating pure endurance work on top of their CrossFit training.   At a basic level, there are two different energy systems that we train, Glycolytic (Anaerobic) and Oxidative (Aerobic). Majority of CrossFit WODs fall into the Glycolytic system or Anaerobic. These are your high intensity workouts that create a lactic acid build up testing your “Lactate Threshold.” Let’s take a classic CrossFit “Girl” WOD like Helen. On paper this workout doesn’t look too bad. 3 Rounds 400m Run 21 KB Swings 12 Pull-ups   But we all know this is a dirty trick and this workout turns into a giant suckfest pretty quick! Any workout that takes you to this place is mostly through the glycolytic system. This system is relied upon to produce increased amounts of power for semi-sustained periods of... read more


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