About Us

River North CrossFit is the original CrossFit gym in downtown Chicago. With 70 classes each week starting as early as 5AM and as late as 8PM training with us couldn’t be more convenient. We also offer personal training and nutritional guidance. Our full-time professional staff is the most experienced in the city.  You’re learning and getting fit with knowledgeable, dedicated coaches. We train all fitness levels: Super Bowl winners, Ironman finishers and some that had’t worked out since high school gym class. Our total body workouts are unmatched but accessible to all levels. Spending an hour a day with us can change your fitness and your life.* Get started now!

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Wednesday, March 21st

1 Squat Snatch (building)

immediately into..
Every 2mins (4 sets)
1 Squat Snatch (heavy)

40 Cal Row
40 Wall Balls (20/14)
30 Cal Row
30 Burpees
20 Cal Row
20 Toes to Bar
10 Cal Row
10 Snatch (115/75)

This is the LAST WEEK we will be competing in the Crossfit Open. The Open WODs will be every Friday as the class workout. To give the Open a competition feel we will be hosting “Friday Night Lights”, where people sign-up for heats and their friends can come and cheer them on.
“Friday Night Lights” will begin at 5:30pm (All other classes will run as normal)
During FNL you must sign-up for a heat and find someone to judge you. There will be a warm-up on the board. Since this is a competition scenario, you will be expected to warm-up on your own and be ready to workout before your heat.


I can’t imagine stopping this lifestyle now and am excited to see where my journey at RNCF will take me next.*

- Krzysztof Pakula -

You can scale everything based on your ability, and it's the initial challenge that makes it fun. More importantly, I wouldn't join RNCF just for the workouts. I'd join to try something new, meet a good group of people, and obviously to look better naked.*

- Derrick Emmendorfer -

I have yet to experience boredom that came with other exercise programs, and to be honest, I don’t think I ever will. The people and coaches also make coming in every morning that much better.*

- Erica Weaver -