Every time you walk in the door at CrossFit East Cobb there will be a CrossFit Certified Coach who will guide you through the hour long training session. Each session is broken down into 3 segments: warm up, strength, and the WOD (Workout of the Day). The total body warm up is dedicated to preparing the body for that day’s strength exercises and movements in the WOD. The strength portion focuses on essential movements like the back squat, shoulder press, deadlift, and bench press. The last segment, the WOD, is a metabolic conditioning workout that includes a variety of exercises and movements.
CrossFit East Cobb is a 5000+ square foot training facility located in East Cobb, just ten minutes from the Sandy Springs area. The facility features 20 foot ceilings, multiple roll up doors on both sides of the building, and two showers. We have a large outdoor area that is used for running, tire flips, sled drags, and prowler pushes. The box is full of equipment including Rogue men’s and women’s barbells, Hi Temp bumper plates, squat press stands, multiple pull up rigs, climbing ropes, caving ladders and all other essential CrossFit gear like Concept 2 Rowers, Assault Bikes, GHD’s, etc.
Since I was a teenager, I play sports. I was a handball player for 8 years (as a goalie I played for my hometown). After I stopped playing I kept the habit of exercising. Between comings and goings, and a…- Cleide Gayola -
It wasn’t until 2013 that I’d heard of CrossFit for the first time. At the time, I was doing barre and yoga classes at Exhale, I had lost 15 pounds, and I thought I was in fairly decent shape. But,…- Victoria Cope -
Ever since I was a teenager I've been overweight, packing on the pounds in college and grad school. Sure, I'd get motivated for short times and lose some weight, played intramural sports and such, but I was never able to…- Bethany Quinn -
My road to Crossfit was entirely unintentional and accidental. My oldest son Ben started first based on a recommendation from his physical therapist. My 14 year old (at the time) twins who could not do a single pull up or…- Jocelyn Davis -
My experience with Crossfit East Cobb (CFEC) began in December 2009. Prior to this, my workouts primarily consisted of standard upper body workouts targeting the chest, back, triceps, and biceps mixed with a small amount of running and abdominal work.…- Adam Bittner -
Completing a one-hundred-mile trail run across challenging terrain in less than thirty hours “tested and highlighted my breakthrough fitness results enjoyed since joining CrossFit East Cobb.” I made that statement seven years ago when I was only 43 years old.…- Beau Durham -
I’m 32, been married for 5 years with 2 kids under 4. Played sports (Swimming, Tennis, Basketball, Baseball) growing up but after college struggled with balancing work with consistent nutrition and exercise. I’d exercise a few times a week for…- David McMillian -
My CrossFit story began in August of 2015. I can't tell you how many times I had driven by the gym and thought that I should check it out. Being a creature of habit, it took me about a year…- Kelly McCoy -
After tipping the scales at almost 250 pounds, having poor health numbers, watching my Dad pass before 70 and nearing my 50th Birthday I thought it might be time for a Life Style change. My wife had been at it…- Mike Tuchalski -
MEMBER SPOTLIGHT Little did I know when I started at CFEC, how drastically it would affect me and fit perfectly with what I needed. My Crossfit journey began in the Summer of 2013 at the end of a very long…- Marlo Leach -
My Crossfit journey began in December 2016. It has not only made me physically stronger but also a better version of me. I have pushed myself and done things I never thought were possible. Although I was a college gymnast,…- Kristi Leebow -