The Premier Training Facility in Orange County CrossFit Brea is a strength and conditioning facility that breeds success through fundamental fitness principals, hard-work, and a team environment.
One of the Original CrossFit Facilities in North Orange County Our facility is over 6,500 square feet and is built of sweat and dedication. When you decide to walk through our doors you should come ready to work.
Challenge yourself to change yourself CrossFit Brea is not a typical gym. It is a community of support, education, and encouragement that will help you achieve your fitness goals.
More than a gym, we are a community! By surrounding yourself with a community of friends and like-minded individuals who will encourage, motivate and hold you accountable, you will achieve your fitness goals.
Knowledgeable & Supportive Staff Let our staff educate you on diet, technique and recovery methods.
Class Times CrossFit Brea offers fifty-nine classes weekly and is open seven days. Come spend one hour with us and see what getting in shape is all about.
  • 10-1-14

    julio-Comp 7-14

    Power Snatch
    1×3 @55%
    2×2 @65%
    4 sets
    1.1.1 @ 75%
    *10 sec rest between reps

    3 rds
    30x BB OH Squat
    30 sec FLR
    30x Ring Row
    30 sec Hollow Body Rock
    30x DU
    -1 min Rest

  • 9-30-14

    Tim-mobilityFloor Press
    1×12
    2×10
    2×8
    1×6
    *3- 5x Negative Pull up after each set

    21*15*9
    Wall Ball 20/14
    Box Jumps 24/18

    *Garden Run btwn sets

  • Squat Day!!

    marcus929

     

    High / Low KB Windmill
    3x 4 each side

    Back Squat
    5x 5

    12 min Running Clock
    1min Jump Rope
    1min Burpees
    2min Jump Rope
    2min KB Swing 53/35
    3min Jump Rope
    3min Ball Slam 20/10

    *Record Total Reps of Burpees, KB Swing, Ball Slam

  • All in the Family

    Dixiekaren1barry

  • Eating Historically

    I am a bit of a nerd. I geek out over weird things. One of my things is National Geopgraphic. When I was young, I would just look at the awesome pictures. As I got older, I started reading the blurbs in the front of the magazine. Now I read practically every issue cover to cover. This year, NGM has been doing a special series on food, getting into sustainability and how we are going to produce enough for the projected 9 billion people the planet will support by 2050. The September issue went into more about the health and history than I had read in any of the previous issues. Some bullet points I found interesting are listed below. If you want to check out the full article, go to

    http://www.nationalgeographic.com/foodfeatures/evolution-of-diet/

    • Meat allowed for homo sapiens to have the incredibly functional brains we do.
    • The invention of agriculture led to more births, but worse health.
    • Inuits eat meat from narwhals, seals, and fish which makes up to 99% of their diets.
    • Human biology did not stop evolving in the paleolithic era.
    • Lactose tolerance is linked to where your ancient ancestors are from and whether they herded milk producing animals.
    • “Western diets” or grocery store foods cause massive health issues when introduced as alternatives to traditional diets.
    • There are multiple caveman diets, and should be characterized by their diversity and adaptability, not solely by meat.
    • The most important shift in human diet evolution was not the introduction of meat, but the process of cooking. Cooked food requires less energy expenditure to digest and allows for more complete absorption of nutrients.
    • Today’s biggest nutritional evil is that we are so good at food prep, we process foods to a point where we get more calories in a day than we expend, leading to the obesity epidemic and the consequences that come with it.

    Hope that you enjoy this read as much as I do and that it helps inspire you to try to get back to a somewhat cleaner way of eating. Bon appétit.

    -Buehler

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