Welcome to CrossFit Fresno

We are a private strength and conditioning facility located in the heart of the Central San Joaquin Valley. At CrossFit Fresno we believe in quality coaching, efficient workouts, setting goals, and tracking progress on a daily basis.

We believe in hard work and dedication because after all, what you get out of your workouts is directly proportional to what you put into them. We believe in training movements not muscles. We believe in blurring the line between cardio and strength training. We believe in the importance of intensity and that routine is the enemy because workouts should constantly challenge you both physically and mentally. We believe in safety and technique because it isn’t just practice that makes perfect, perfect practice makes perfect. We believe in the support, friendly competition, and most importantly the fun found in a community of like-minded individuals all committed to the pursuit of bettering their lives.

If you believe you’re ready to make this commitment, we’re ready for you to join us at CrossFit Fresno.

Latest Blog Entry

CrossFit Fresno – Wednesday, April 23


This is an absolutely A-MAZING tribute to Murph by Sheepdog CrossFit! It’s a lengthy video, near 40 minutes, but totally worth your time. Actually got a little choked up watching the camaraderie and support at this box. Can’t beat the CrossFit Community! Love it!

For those of us who don’t serve in the military, registering for and taking part in Murph is just a small gesture that we can do to honor the sacrifices that so many others do make for us and our freedom.

If you haven’t already, register NOW at their site: The Murph Challenge. It takes place Memorial Day, May 26. In addition to registering, you’ll need to reserve a spot in a heat on Zen Planner.

Video Link



Thrusters 1-1-1-1-1
Windshield Wipers 20-20-20
Alternating Supermans 20-20-20


“The Air Force WOD”

For time

20 Thrusters, 95/65lbs
20 Sumo Deadlift High Pulls
20 Push Jerks
20 Overhead Squats
20 Front Squats

You must do four burpees at the beginning of every minute before moving on to the barbell work. You are allowed to move to the next barbell skill once you have completed all 20 reps. If the minute ends during a repetition then you will complete that rep and then start the next four burpees. This is one of those workouts where the desired effect is to have you constantly in motion. You should be breathing pretty darn hard, but be able to continue with the barbell work without many breaks, other than the break for burpees. So while you may be tempted to do this with the prescribed weight, if it will result in you only being able to do only a couple of reps at a time then decrease the weight. Your goal is to complete “The Air Force WOD” in under 15 minutes.

We last did thrusters for singles December 20, 2013 and “The Air Force WOD” July 29, 2013.





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