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Chalkline CrossFit

Born from a friendship between two passionate CrossFit enthusiasts and coaches, Chalkline was created to fill a need in the growing sea of competitive CrossFit gyms popping up on every corner. “Our goal has always been to bring the focus of Crossfit back to fitness and health, to make sure it’s accessible to everyone – especially those who might be intimidated by what they’ve seen or heard about CrossFit,” said Chalkline co-owner Emily Cabral, who has been a personal trainer for more than 10 years and a CrossFit coach for seven. “From kids to seniors, beginners to experienced athletes, even those with injuries or limitations, we support everyone.”

Located in Agoura Hills, Chalkline is one of only two female owned and operated CrossFit boxes in the Conejo Valley – a fact that not only sets it apart from the rest, but adds to its approachable atmosphere. “We offer a comfortable, welcom-ing and motivating environment,” said co-owner Jen Bernard. “You will always be greeted with a smile by friendly faces who will support you every step of the way and soon become your family.”

Especially at this time of year, one of the top fitness goals for many tends to be weight loss – and Chalkline can certainly help with that. In fact, using CrossFit methodology and strict nutritional guidance, Cabral worked behind the scenes on Season 2 of Extreme Makeover: Weight Loss Edition (Chris Powell) to help her client Tony lose 200 pounds at age 50!

In order to ensure all members achieve their long-term goals, Chalkline CrossFit emphasizes the many elements of a successful fitness program, including increased strength, injury rehabilitation, stress reduction, improved sleep and improved mobility/flexibility. “Our focus is on quality coaching, allowing our members to master basic fundamental movement patterns and build a strong athletic foundation,” Cabral said. “Class sizes are limited to ensure our members receive individualized coaching on proper technique based on their abilities.

The group training environment is engaging and dynamic, and we have found it to be far more effective as well as a more affordable option to traditional training.”

Above and beyond the training experience itself, Chalkline members have fun. “This isn’t a place where you reluctantly drag yourself before or after work, put in your headphones and follow the same old routine,” Bernard said. “This is a place you can’t wait to go to start your day or unwind at the end of it, where everyone knows you and is excited to see you. The community here helps motivate and support you to do more than you ever thought possible.” That community is key both in and out of the gym – social gatherings and events are a regular part of the equation and help keep members bonded and engaged.

In addition to group fitness classes, Chalkline CrossFit offers private one-on-one training, nutrition counseling, specialized clinics and corporate wellness programs. For more information, visit www.chalklinecrossfit.com, text GETFIT to 27677 or call (818) 707-2523.

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