You’ll hear from our members that Hoosier Crossfit is more than just a gym. As a small staff of three, you can see how much hard work, passion, and dedication we put into our fitness, our members, and our community.
Bringing Business to Bloomington
We host 3-4 competitions annually, and each event brings in 100-200 athletes to Bloomington, and at least that many more spectators. Competitions test an athletes level of skill, cardio, and strength. Hotels, Restaurants and other local attractions benefit from our events!
We are always offering something for our members! We compete in friendly competitive events where all ages and abilities are comfortable to participate. Not all events are competitive, though. From our Paleo Thanksgiving dinner to our Tacky Sweater Christmas WOD and gift exchange to celebrating HCF anniversaries with a keg of beer to picnics at the park, you are sure to make new friends.
Out of House events
One of CrossFit’s mottos is “Learn and Play New Sports.” Whether it’s doing pullups on a moving vehicle, to practicing hand eye coordination in our Softball League, to competing against sports-specific rowing athletes, to helping the organization of the Romp at Riddle point Muddy 5k for the Boys and Girls club, we try to keep our members busy!
Local Business and Organizations
We have so many connections with the Bloomington community that we just can’t share all of them. As “Community” is one of our core values, it wouldn’t be right if we didn’t try to make an impact with local businesses, organizations, and families. We have donated hours of coaching to Big Brothers Big Sisters, Girl’s Inc. local PE programs, seminars at IU, and giveaways for free classes to local businesses. In addition, we believe the fitness industry is stronger when we have support of one another, so, we’ve paired up with Wil Fleming, owner of Force Fitness and the Twin Lakes Rec. Center.