February 7, 2022

Exercise Helps Us Tolerate Pain

Regular exercise may alter how a person experiences pain. The longer we continue to work out, the greater our tolerance for discomfort can grow as strenuous […]
January 31, 2022

CrossFit Open 2022 – Week 4

This week we’re focusing on 12.2, an aggressive snatch ladder. Now, it may seem intimidating but if we go into this workout with a plan and […]
January 27, 2022

How to reduce injuries as a CrossFitter

January 27, 2022

Is CrossFit Dangerous

Video discussing research on CrossFit injury risk compared to other fitness options
January 24, 2022

CrossFit Open 2022 – Week 3

We’re back this week with another CrossFit Open Workout. This time, we’re attacking 20.4. This was a wake-up call for a lot of us because eventually, […]
January 17, 2022
Push yourself.

CrossFit Open 2022 – Week 2

This week we are tackling Open Workout 19.3. This is a grueling test of determination and grit, trying to see how long you can hold on. […]
January 10, 2022

The CrossFit Open is coming…

  This Friday, January 14th, we’re kicking off the season with CrossFit Open Workout 16.4. (This was the 4th workout in 2016’s CrossFit Open.) And it’s […]
January 9, 2020

New Member Packet

Click the link below to access our new member’s packet. It will help you understand what we are about here at CrossFit Sierra Vista along with […]
July 16, 2018

Treat Em Like Children

Consistent with adult learning, capacity-building, non-directive, goal-oriented, solution-focused, performance-based, reflective, collaborative, context driving, and as hands on as it needs to be.” – Ruth & Sheldon […]
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About Crossfit Sierra Vista

At Crossfit Sierra Vista, we believe that health & fitness is not a destination, but rather a journey. Our mission is to provide you with the education, structure and support to make that journey something you grow to love. Each day you come in, our goal is to ensure you learn something new, do something you didn’t think possible, and in the words of the great Jim Valvano, be moved to point of laughter or tears. We prefer laughter, but if you’re crying from happiness, we’ll allow it.