Fairmont CrossFit is the Fairmont area's only affiliate of CrossFit, the internationally renowned training system that is redefining fitness.  

CrossFit training prepares you for the demands of life. We specialize in not specializing: instead, we strengthen the basic human movements of squatting, pushing, pulling, balancing, and picking stuff up. 

Like life, our daily workouts are constantly varied, unpredictable and challenging. They’re also rewarding and highly effective. 

Workouts are typically short (20 minutes or less) and intense. They are scalable to each individual’s current level of fitness, so everyone may successfully complete each workout.

Elite athletes in all sports are discovering the benefits of CrossFit’s intense and varied style of training, but you needn’t be a skilled athlete to experience its life-changing effects. We’ll teach you the skills you need to help you grow stronger and more mobile.

Hard work and laughter energize our workouts. So do support and encouragement: you’re never left on your own to figure things out. You’re coached by people who want you to succeed and who will celebrate your milestones with you.

We're strict on form, movement and safety, and our results confirm that CrossFit training works for anyone committed to improving their fitness.
  1. July Athlete of the Month - Jodi Grapler
    01 Jul, 2017
    July Athlete of the Month - Jodi Grapler
    Tell us about yourself:  I am a full-time daycare provider & also work at Kwik Trip on occasion.  I have 3 kids (Shawn 17, Kayla 12 & Aaron 11).  My husband & I have been together for nearly 20 years!  We finally became fur-parents just over 2 years ago! What made you want to start CrossFit?  Honestly, I wanted more time for JUST ME!  I was feeling like I was constantly doing things for others & never took consideration into my own needs.  I wanted better for myself both physically &
  2. July Athlete of the Month - Cooper Amundson
    01 Jul, 2017
    July Athlete of the Month - Cooper Amundson
    Tell us about yourself:  I'm 15yrs old. I will be a sophomore at BEA High School. What made you want to start CrossFit? My mom and crazy cousin Berit. What is your proudest or best CrossFit memory? 2016. I PR'd a 115# clean & jerk during the Granite Games online qualifier. What is the one tip you would give someone considering CrossFit or new to CrossFit? It sounds intimidating, but once you give it a try, you'll really like it. What impact has Fairmont CrossFit had on you in and out of the
  3. June Athlete of the Month - Jaime Bliesmer
    01 Jun, 2017
    June Athlete of the Month - Jaime Bliesmer
    Tell us about yourself - My name is Jaime. I am 39 years old, married with one child (fellow CrossFitter Hannah) . I work at Mayo Clinic Health System. What made you want to start CrossFit? There was this pushy girl, you all may have met her, her name is Berit. She said I would be good at it. She was wrong, but I love it anyway. What is your proudest CrossFit moment or best CrossFit memory?  Competing in the Granite Games qualifier and the CrossFit Open. There is a huge sense of
  4. May Athlete of the Month - Ryan Unke
    01 May, 2017
    May Athlete of the Month - Ryan Unke
    Age: 32 Hometown:  Fairmont, MN Occupation: Project Manager for Biosecure Air Inc. How long have you been doing CrossFit? About 9 months all together Why did you start? Heard about it through a friend and liked the idea of it versus a standard gym. What is your biggest accomplishment since you’ve started? Endurance.  What are your goals moving forward in the next 6-12 months? Double Unders and just improving all around.  What are your favorite workout, movement and/or lift? I like all the
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