Jordan’s Barbell Club offers 1:1 coaching, small group training and sports team conditioning. We offer services in our Hill-Jacked Gym or Remote; as well as real time virtually from the Gym to your home, or home gym. Training grounded in strength, conditioning and skills building.
Head Coach, Tara Johnson, is a CrossFit® Level 2 Trainer coaching all levels of fitness since 2013.
Strength Coach Jason Storey, is a CrossFit® Level 1 Trainer specializing in strength training since 2015.
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What do you mean, "have a Healthy Lifestyle" ? Look at a day in your life – what does it look like? Here’s mine 5:25am – Alarm, agony, why do I do this to myself, blah, blah, blah. Brush teeth. Start coffee, feed furbabies, mix up amino energy drink, grab laptop, prep mentally for the day. 5:45am – Class starts, Aimee is mid warmup run passing by garage gym entrance with a “good morning!” I wonder how she’s so peppy this early Every. Damn. Morning. Class ensues, sweat drips, awesome is achieved. Clean garage gym. Now on to the rest of the morning 7:00am – Wash, prep tomorrows workout, pack lunch for kid, drive kid to school. 8:00am – Time to pay the bills = 7 hours of work for my day job, which is currently in my foryer/home office chained to laptop. Eat something quick between calls. 3:00pm – Pick up kid, afternoon snack, more day job work until volleyball practice, game, or whatever extracurricular activity du jour. 7:30pm-ish – Feed family (usually consisti
“Habits will form whether you want them or not. Whatever you repeat, you reinforce.” - James Clear CrossFit's new mission to become "The world's leading platform for health, happiness and performance."- Eric Roza CF CEO is refreshing and inspiring! This is a shift from “Forging Elite Fitness”, a mantra that only applied to a much smaller population. This elite culture painted a warped picture of mainstream reality. The beautifully muscled CrossFitters were in some ways just as unattainable as the pencil thin model on the cover of "Vogue" magazine. They omitted the reality that genetic makeup plays in each of us as a human creation, as well as the nutritional poop show that our general culture has pushed for the past 100ish years. We've formed some serious bad habits across our culture by choice and circumstance, and they won't be broken overnight! While imagining our society and culture one day evolving from healthy to fit to freaky fit woul