I’ve had experience at CF580 in the early days as a trainee, and later on as a coach. I’ve been involved with the gym pretty much since its opening, so I have seen it grow and transition through many phases. First and foremost, the facility is top notch. It makes it hard for me to train anywhere else now. I didn’t realize how much of a difference the equipment made until I trained at CF580, and then tried other places. Unfortunately I now have a very expensive garage gym, all thanks to CF580 exposing me to real equipment. Now onto the gym atmosphere/community…. I have been to a few other crossfit gyms over the years and have seen some of the changes in the social and community aspect of crossfit. Many of these changes have resulted in myself not having as much respect for crossfit anymore. I can say though, that these changes (that I consider negative) are not present at Crossfit580. Although classes can be semi competitive (which is a good thing), everyone is friendly and there is a strong family atmosphere. At the end of the day, as long as you better yourself then you did a job well done. Everyone is level headed and a joy to be around. The owners/coaching staff are great. These values would obviously not be present if it wasn’t for them. They care about their trainees improving their fitness, staying safe, and remaining humble. They did not start it as an easy way to start a small business and make money, or because it is a fad. They really have a passion for fitness, plain and simple. Great gym, great staff, and without a doubt I would not be where I am today if it was not for them.