Events Calendar

Sep
2
Tue
8 Week Oly Class with Wil Fleming @ Hoosier CrossFit
Sep 2 @ 5:15 pm – Oct 23 @ 6:15 pm

Do you want to start focusing on your Oly Lifts to reach new records?

Hoosier CrossFit is proud to announce that Coach Wil Fleming(Co-owner of Force Fitness and Junior National Olympic Lifting Champion) will be conducting in house Olympic Classes! You will meet 2x/week for 8 weeks covering the fundamental breakdowns and full lifts of the Snatch & Clean & Jerk.

Class Start Date: September 2
Class End Date: October 23

Dates: Tuesdays and Thursdays at 5:15pm-6:15pm

Cost: $199 for 2x/week for 8 weeks (this averages around $12 per class!)

Then, On Saturday, October 25, we will follow up with your success by hosting a “fun meet.” We will coordinate a Mock up of what it’s like to participate in an Olympic Lifting Meet!Those who participate in Wil’s classes are free, and non – participants will be a small fee.

Shaun will still also be running Saturday morning classes at 10am. These will be make-up classes so if you can’t make one of Wil’s sessions, Shaun will review what you missed. These saturday sessions are free if you’re enrolled in Wil’s Class, or 1 for $15 or 4 for $40.

Oct
11
Sat
Hoosier CrossFit 4 Year Anniversary Party! @ Hoosier CrossFit
Oct 11 @ 4:30 pm
Hoosier CrossFit 4 Year Anniversary Party! @ Hoosier CrossFit | Bloomington | Indiana | United States

HCF is turning 4! With the support and growth of our community we are happy to announce an awesome evening of FUN!

Save the date and time! More info to come!

Make sure to RSVP as we will have a special gift for everyone in attendance!

Nov
1
Sat
The Romp at Riddle Point @ Riddle Point Park
Nov 1 @ 12:00 pm – 7:00 pm
The Romp at Riddle Point @ Riddle Point Park | Unionville | Indiana | United States
The 2nd annual Romp at Riddle Point is an entry level obstacle course race supporting the Boys & Girls Clubs of Bloomington, co-hosted by the Indiana University Office of Outdoor Adventures and Hoosier CrossFit.The Romp is a little over 2 miles in length, stretching throughout BGC Bloomington’s scenic property on the south shore of Lake Lemon. The race features 12 obstacles, including pipe jump, tire run, and a race up a 25-foot ravine. Race participants will receive a complimentary post-race snack following completion of the heat. Additionally, participants and spectators may enjoy food from local vendors, entertainment for kids and adults provided by the National Guard, and more.There are many ways to get involved besides the actual race. Race participants have the option of fundraising for BGC Bloomington and accessing prizes for their efforts, such as a CamelBak water bottle, BGC duffel bag, or Columbia fleece. Additionally, racers or spectators may sign up to volunteer on race day.