Why CrossFit?

Why CrossFit?

Simply to be, we need to be able to move.  Our ability to move is a strong component of the life we live. If we move well—we will do more; however, if we are unable to do a specific movement or tire easily will reduce the things we do—in other words, will limit the...

Why I Do What We Do

Ever since I can remember, I have been interested in the human body and how it works.  Whether it was learning and playing new sports growing up or working as an EMT/Firefighter, I was fascinated by the science behind movement, the body, and how to help people make it...

Change in Pricing Structure

Hello Bios Fam! We are all very excited heading into this new year and are looking forward to helping you all to keep improving, setting new goals, and crushing PR’s.  We have some exciting new programs and changes that we will be introducing soon, such as...
The Importance of Logging Results

The Importance of Logging Results

At Bios, our members use tracking software to accurately record the results of every workout that they do when they come into the gym. They record the weights they used, scaling options that were utilized, and any other pertinent information about their workout.  Even...
The Benefits of Workout Buddies

The Benefits of Workout Buddies

Having a workout partner, whether it’s one other person or a group of people, can help keep you motivated to hit those fitness and nutrition goals.  Although I’m sure there are people out there who prefer to take the lone wolf route, having someone by your...
CrossFit:  The Sport of Fitness.  Or is it…

CrossFit: The Sport of Fitness. Or is it…

Often peoples first exposure to CrossFit is what they see on TV or social media.  Rock hard, chiseled machines performing ridiculously impressive feats of strength, speed, agility, and athleticism.  While these top tiered athletes are definitely something to admire,...