F Your Contract

Our thoughts on contracts. 

Simply put, contracts are not our style. We are not lawyers and we are not bankers. We are here to help you live a healthier and happier life!

We work hard and take pride in what we do, which is why we don’t rely on contracts to keep our great members around. The results you see and how you view our service as a whole should determine whether you stay with us or not… not a darn contract!
If you think we can help, don’t hesitate to reach out!

On that note, F your contract and have a great day.


102 Year Old Man Drives Same Car for 82 Years! (1 Minute Read)

Mr. Allen Swift drove the same Rolls Royce for 82 years! He received this car  from his father, brand new – as a graduation gift in 1928. He drove it up until his death… At the age of 102! After 82 years, it was donated to a museum to insure it remained in perfect condition and continued to run like a Swiss watch.

That is impressive!

If you had to pick one vehicle for the rest of your life, what would it be?

How would you maintain it? What would you feed it?

Take a minute to consider what vehicle you would choose and determine how much effort you would invest in it to keep it healthy.

The only thing that we know for sure is that you would - hopefully - do your best to take care of it.

Because you are such a responsible person, I know that  you would change the oil regularly and you would consider the long term consequences of your care. Right? I hope so…

If so, why wouldn’t you treat your body the same way?

Maintaining a car for your entire life is tough, but you really don't have that choice when it comes to your body - it’s the only one you will get! Feed your body what it deserves and treat it like you need it to perform for years and years to come… because you do.

You need the right fuel (Veggies & Protein) to keep performing!

You don’t want quick fixes like duck tape and zip-ties (medicines & crash diets) to be used on your vehicle. You want an honest mechanic (Coaches) who will prescribe long term resolutions (exercise) for your health!

Which vehicle would you choose?

Thanks for reading!

 1 Car. 1 Life.

1 Car. 1 Life.

Get Jacked


From a young age, Jack knew that he wanted to serve his country. In a few days, he will be off to Bootcamp. The 6am class, which he attended everyday, sent him off with a workout and his own shirt! 

For the time he was here, Jack would show up at 5:15am for Bethel Bootcamp and then take the CrossFit Class at 6am. He would then go to school, which was followed by either soccer or track practice - then back to CrossFit. 17 year olds don’t do that, but Jack is a special one.  

Here’s to a leader, a role model, and a great man! Jack, we appreciate your hard work and dedication to the community. Thank you for your service and try not to loose too much fitness in Bootcamp! #crossfit #army


The 6am Crew With Their Get Jacked Shirts

Read Between The Lines

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Looking at a before and after picture is like reading the front cover of a book without reading any of the words behind it. The line that divides the two pictures is where the true story lies. It represents the hours, weeks, months, and even years invested to achieve such an outstanding accomplishment. Behind that line lies the full story of a humble struggle that is impossible to portray in a single picture.

You were not there when they;

Refused to hit the snooze button.

Prepare their meals for the week.

Quit drinking soda.

Sweat and pushed their way through workouts day after day

Decided to make a change.  

You are just looking at the front cover of their fantastic story! 

A before and after picture is the result of being completely determined and heavily disciplined. Everybody struggles differently, but just as we have said before -  behind every accomplishment is an even greater struggle - a struggle that we don’t see. Being worthy of a before and after picture tells us that they have struggled well.  They are the ones who have set aside their short-term comforts for long-term success. 

To all who struggle well,

It will be worth it. Keep going.