Our daily group fitness class is traditional CrossFit. The workouts, focusing on strength, conditioning, and mobility, combine gymnastics, weightlifting, and metabolic conditioning in varying degrees and durations to create unparalleled results for members of the Linthicum Heights community.
From the basic (but all-important) air squat all the way to the very technical muscle up and Olympic lifts, we utilize them all and make it workable for anyone at any level of fitness. Backed by expert Coaches and a supportive community, you’ll see changes in yourself – mentally, physically, and emotionally – before you know it.
Get the level of modification in your workouts that you would receive from a personal trainer, but with the support from the entire group. Workouts are customized based on your fitness level, goals, and any limitations or restrictions you may have.
Using a combination of cardio and resistance training to get faster results at our gym location, you can expect to:
Linthicum is a census-designated place (CDP) and unincorporated community in Anne Arundel County, Maryland, United States. The population was 10,324 at the 2010 census. It is located directly north of Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI).
Designated as “Linthicum Heights” and zip code 21090 by the U.S. Postal Service, Linthicum has been traditionally divided into two distinct communities each with its own community association and identity. These two communities, split by the Baltimore Beltway in 1957, are Linthicum and North Linthicum (or, alternatively, Linthicum-Shipley and North Linthicum.) Both communities developed as a result of their locations adjacent to the Baltimore and Annapolis Short Line railroad which brought commuters to the original truck farming community.
As a developed community, Linthicum began with the 1908 founding of the “Linthicum Heights Company”, though a “Linthicum” or “Linthicum’s” station on the 1887 Annapolis and Baltimore Short Line railroad existed at least as early as 1889. The community’s name was from the area’s primary land-owning family since an 1801 purchase by Abner Linthicum.
The Linthicum Heights Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 2006.
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Monday – 5:30AM–7PM
Tuesday – 5:30AM–7PM
Wednesday – 5:30AM–7PM
Thursday – 5:30AM–7PM
Friday – 5:30AM–6PM
Saturday – 8AM–11AM
Sunday – 9:30–10:30AM