New CrossFit Del Mar: Reuniting families through fitness

CrossFit, the world’s latest fitness phenomenon, has just arrived to serve local communities and businesses.

CrossFit Del Mar recently opened its doors to the community and is conveniently located at the 805/5 split at 10447 Roselle Street.

CrossFit focuses on maximizing a person’s potential in strength, cardiovascular endurance, respiratory endurance, power, speed, stamina, flexibility, coordination, agility, balance, and accuracy. In other words, general all-around athleticism. By using constantly varied, functional movements executed at high intensity, CrossFit can improve the physical fitness in everyone from elite athletes to sedentary office workers, kids to seniors.

For more information, visit www.crossfitdelmar.

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