Fitness in Fort Lauderdale
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You will get stronger, faster, leaner and more prepared for anything life throws your way. Whether you are an elite military operator or a grandparent who just wants to be able to stay active with family, we can help you observe measurable results for yourself.
The movements are all functional movements that we use in day-to-day life or in sports (like pushing, pulling, squatting, lifting, running). With our constantly varied programming you will never get bored with the same old “GloboGym” routine!
Our members are varied from athletes to grandparents, and everything in-between. We work hard at making everyone feel welcome and being part of our community.
We are located in Fort Lauderdale, Florida close to downtown and the beaches — easily accessible from 595 and I-95, just of U.S. 1. We offer group and individual coaching, utilizing the science of CrossFit methodology.
- Functional Fitness 96%
- Community Feeling 97%
- Coaches who care 95%
- Customer Happiness 96%
Coach Lisa has been active in CrossFit since 2009. As an athlete who played softball for many years, she knows how to motivate athletes to be their best. You can see her background in law enforcement come out as she coaches you to do your best.
Selene Teitelbaum was born and raised in Sonoma, California. She played collegiate volleyball at University of California at Santa Cruz for the Fighting Banana Slugs. After graduating college, Selene shifted her athletic focus to playing professional beach volleyball and found CrossFit. She was introduced to CrossFit by Greg Amundson, one of the original Firebreathers in Santa Cruz.
“I’ll never forget my first workout with Greg, at the original CrossFit HQ. It was Fight Gone Bad. I’ve been hooked ever since!” Selene opened her first CrossFit gym in Santa Cruz, the birthplace of CrossFit, in 2008. She left CrossFit West Santa Cruz after getting a coaching job at Winona State University in Minnesota. A couple years later, she opened the first CrossFit gym in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Selene moved to South Florida in 2015 and has been coaching CrossFit and juniors club volleyball at Tribe Volleyball Club in Pompano. She is a CrossFit Level II Coach, Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with the NSCA, a certified personal trainer, and a certified Precision Nutrition coach.
I found crossfit in 2010 and immediately fell in love with it. It filled the void that I was missing in playing competitive sports. As a former Division I softball player, I gained a solid foundation and love for Olympic weightlifting. Crossfit helped me get back into this as well as realize new passions like running and competing in Crossfit team competitions. I received my Level 1 Certified Crossfit Trainer in 2014 and thoroughly enjoy coaching. I feel like I am part of a team again and I enjoy that I get to impact athlete’s lives in a positive way as well as push them beyond their limits, mentally and physically. Not only do I continue to learn new things as a coach but I continue to push my own limits and make solid gains as an athlete. One thing that I really love about Crossfit is that no matter who you are or what kind of day you’ve had you will always leave with a sense of accomplishment and there aren’t many things that can give you that feeling. Some wise words I live by given to me from my college coach, “No one ever died of quad burn.”