Our whole-body approach to health and fitness focuses on more than just working out to get X-treme results. Balanced nutrition is also key to maintaining optimal energy levels for long term success. And without implementing proper recovery at the right time and in the right way, it is not possible to sustain a high-intensity workload. We balance aspects of training, recovery, and nutrition to help athletes and fitness enthusiasts reach their goals and live a more healthy lifestyle.
We keep you accountable to your goals so you can experience real results
Your Maddox Method community helps motivate you to stay on track
Keeping up with your commitments leads to faster transformation
In addition to premier training facilities and equipment, our gym also includes a cryo chamber and PBM bed for infrared light-based muscle therapy. Our clients have access to advanced technology to help optimize their training and recovery. Our advanced body composition scale utilizes more precise measurements to help you tailor your diet to your exact fitness goals.
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Neal Maddox, owner and founder of CrossFit X-treme Athletics, has incorporated elements of his training as a CrossFit Games athlete into his world-class programming, known as the Maddox Method. He has worked with athletes and fitness enthusiasts of all ages and skill levels to tailor specific programming that helps them accomplish their goals. His success as an athlete and coach gives him the drive to want to help others benefits from health and fitness in their own lives.
Want to lose weight? Want to gain muscle? Looking to increase sports performance? The 6 Week Challenge is for you! It's the best way to start getting X-treme results.
Fun, safe, and effective, this Maddox Method program provides both the support and the structure you need to achieve your goals. We'll help keep you accountable over the course of 18 classes as you grow mentally and physically in an exciting and supportive environment.
Active recovery days are intended to be a recovery day for the mind and body. On these days the intensity should be low and time spent in the gym should be less than usual.
CrossFit has its own lingo and abbreviations that may seem foreign to some, but it makes it easier for coaches to write programming without having to write everything out.
When it comes to exercise, we often find many reasons not to do it. Exercise is not a priority for most, so people put it off. The easiest thing to do is not show up.