Top CrossFit gyms in Portland, OR

Searching for a CrossFit box in Portland? Look no further, because we’ve listed our favorites for you. Each have awesome coaches, dedicated athletes and challenging work outs, so keep reading to find out what they had to say for themselves online!

Adventure CrossFit

Troutdale, Oregon

“In everyday life, a person will typically squat down, walk or run, push and pull, rotate their torso and pick things up from the ground. These are functional movements. In CrossFit, these types of movements are utilized because they are essential to completing daily tasks as well as having a healthy, strong, and capable body.”

Contact
906 NW Corporate Drive, Troutdale, OR 97060
f: www.facebook.com/basecamp-fitness-480958208743887

Beaverton CrossFit

Beaverton, Oregon

“Beaverton CrossFit is a training program that specializes in overall fitness by using constantly varied functional movements performed at a high intensity. It is scalable for all ages and fitness levels and is a similar concept to personal training in regards to personal attention and programming, but performed in a group environment. Beaverton Crossfit is a community that supports and encourages a healthy and active lifestyle.”

Contact
16305 NW Bethany Court, Beaverton, OR 97006
p: (503) 828 5136
f: www.facebook.com/beavertoncrossfit
t: @BeavertonXFit

Blackrose CrossFit

Portland, Oregon

“A neighborhood gym with real people training hard and having a great time in a team environment. Like an adult gym PE class, guaranteed to make you stronger, faster and look better naked!”

Contact
2929 SE Powell Blvd., Portland, OR 97202
p: (503) 729 9272

Blue Ox Athletics

Portland, Oregon

“Blue OX Athletics, partnered with CrossFit Portland, was established by Scott Hagnas in March 2005. We were the first CrossFit box in Oregon and one of the first 30 affiliates in the world.”

Contact
418 NE 8th Ave., Portland, OR 97232
p: (503) 939–4839


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