CrossFit & Olympic Lifting Room
CrossFit & Olympic Lifting Room
Blaze Fitness Fusion, Fit Kids & Open Gym Room
Blaze Fitness Fusion, Fit Kids & Open Gym Room
Elite Programming
State of the Art all-in-one software
Our Community
Our Community
Blaze Fitness Fusion – Ladies only
Blaze Fitness Fusion – Ladies only
Blaze Fit Kids ~ Ages 4-13
Blaze Fit Kids ~ Ages 4-13
Beach WOD’s
Beach WOD’s
Olympic Lifting
Olympic Lifting
Competitions
Mens Apparel
Mens Apparel
Ladies Apparel
Ladies Apparel
Retail Goods
Food Delivery Service
Member Loyalty Program (MLP)
Creating WOD’s since 2009
Creating WOD’s since 2009

Wodify

We are proud to announce that our Wodify software is fully operational. Wodify is the leader in performance tracking software with over 17 million results logged.

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Snatch practice

Snatch practice

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Beach Yoga & WOD

Our Beach Yoga & WOD is tomorrow Sat Sept 13th at Vanderbilt Beach in our usual spot in front of the Turtle Club!

Schedule:
9am  - Beach Yoga
10am – Beach WOD

Our facility will be CLOSED due to this event!!
Come on out and have some fun whilst getting your fitness on in the sun!!

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New Fit Kids class!

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Labor Day Schedule:

Labor Day Schedule:

9am – WOD

10am – WOD

11am – Open Gym

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Blaze Fit Kids

Blaze Fit Kids is a great program as additional fitness training to take your child to the next level in sports or for the mini-CrossFitter in your life!

It’s well known that CrossFit is all about the musculoskeletal system and cardiorespiratory system, but what isn’t as obvious is the effect of exercise on the brain. CrossFit gives us a unique opportunity to enhance a child’s brain development. Essentially CrossFit movements cross-trains the brain.

The aim of our Fit Kids program is to help your children move better through physical activity, and to help continued development of your child’s brain at the same time. Athletic performance is solving a problem whether it’s moving your body through space or an external object through space, you have to solve a problem. And it’s not your muscles that do the solving.. It’s your brain.

Another reason exercise is so important is a child’s vestibular development, or spacial awareness, which stimulates an emotional center of the brain.

- Classes will be offered on Tues & Thurs at 5:30pm.
- Duration of class is 45mins.
- Classes are held in our smaller fully equipped private room with ac and bathroom.
- Parents may stay and watch or take the opportunity for a few mins of “me” time. Parents may also join a CrossFit class held next door in our main CrossFit room.  Why not take the opportunity to work on your fitness at the same time as your child does!?! Drop in fees or punchcards are available for parents.
- Ages 7-13
- Cost is $89 per month for 2 days a week or $50 per month for one day a week.  Charges are due each month on the date paid. Example: If you pay on the 26th of the month, your dues will be due each month on the 26th of the month. No contract is required. Classes are on a month to month basis. We understand how busy our kids are in Naples.

Our Blaze Fit Kids Instructors are experienced CrossFit Level 1 certified coaches.

Please go to our Facebook page to check out our wall of Fit Kids’ photo’s.

https://www.facebook.com/pages/Blaze-Fit-Kids-of-Naples/1397956723792427?ref=hl

We look forward to resuming our classes on Aug 26th!, seeing you all again and making new Fit Kids’ friends!!

See you soon!!

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Young Professionals of Naples

A great morning was had by all at our WOD & Networking Event with Young Professionals of Naples!

The WOD was followed by some awesome plant-based foods catered by new Naples business Shelley’s Lellow. Please be sure to check out her page on Facebook!

We were happy to host this great event to share what we do with an awesome group of peeps and meet new leaders in our community.

Check out the many reasons to become a member of Young Professionals of Naples!

Annual YP membership dues are only $40/year. There is something for everyone! Take a look at some of the things you can choose to take part in.

Access to YP Member Directory & Discussion Board
Direct emails to members on community events
Connections to community civic & charity events
Opportunities for community leadership involvement
Mentoring opportunities with former Fortune 500 Executives and Community leaders.
Forums to speak about company, business, charity at YP events and through YP media.
Invitation to exclusive YP-member only events
Discounts to YP-sponsored events
Creating new social contacts and friendships
Plan your social calendar with direct emails from YP
YP team sporting events such as softball, soccer, volleyball, flag football…
Lots of Fun!

Don’t forget to add ypswfl@gmail.com your friends list in your email system to make sure you receive all of their emails. Some emails get sent to the Spam folders due to security settings on your end.

Sign up today!!

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Blaze Fitness Fusion

Did you know we have other programs at CrossFit Blaze? If you feel like you may not be ready for CrossFit, Blaze Fitness Fusion is the way to go! Experienced Fitness Instructors Paige and Julie will help you get into the best shape of your life whilst having fun and meeting great people!! First class is FREE!!

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Young Professionals of Naples

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Feel The Burn! Join Young Professionals of Naples for a FREE morning workout at CrossFit Blaze on Sat Aug 9th at 10am!

MUST PRE-REGISTER HERE: http://YPNaplesCrossFitBlaze.eventbrite.com/ Their awesome facility is located at 6563 Taylor Rd. #8, Naples, FL 34109.

The CrossFit program is designed for universal scalability making it the perfect application for any committed individual regardless if you are a beginner or experienced–any skill level welcome! This fun workout will be a group setting with professional guidance lasting approx. 1 hr. inside their gym, known as ‘The Box.’

Wear comfortable fitness/workout clothing and be ready to break a sweat! Please bring water to stay hydrated. Immediately following the workout session you will be rewarded with some awesome healthy delicious complimentary light refreshments & bites courtesy of Shelley’s Lellow on site at CrossFit Blaze, while we socialize post-workout. Bring a friend & come try it out! Til then…Stay Strong!

http://crossfitblaze.com/

https://www.facebook.com/shelleyslellow

About Young Professionals of Naples:

Young Professionals of Naples is a non-profit organization! We’re a diverse network of friends, business associates, and individuals active in many aspects of the community. In this, we enrich ourselves and our businesses through various events and organizations tied into the community.

Whether you’re new or native to the area, you’ll find a fit for whatever your passion may be — promoting your business, volunteering for charities, or having fun at our social events.

Young Professionals of Naples is not just an organization for friends and business contacts, its part of a progressive organization that’s fun, and charitably active in our growing community.

Become a member of Young Professionals of Naples for networking, socializing, getting to know each other, & supporting the community. Annual membership dues only $40! Most events FREE, however a few events will be for paid members only, so join today!

Hope to meet you soon & please share this with your friends! Here is the link to join! https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=EE49DP6TKEAXU

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“Fourging” Elite Fitness

Carson, California—Rich Froning is the CrossFit Games champion for the fourth time in a row—but it wasn’t easy.

The 2014 competition saw Froning look shockingly human on the second day of competition, but he returned to form late in the day and built momentum as the events piled up. When others faltered, he grew stronger, turning a 5-point lead at the beginning of the day into 50-point lead at the end.

Froning has stated he will not compete as an individual next year and leaves behind an unprecedented run of victories. No doubt he’s set the standard by which all other CrossFit Games champions will be measured.

The women’s event was won by five-time Games competitor Camille Leblanc-Bazinet. She succeeds Sam Briggs and is the first Canadian woman to stand on the podium.

Hail to the King

Froning has been the dominant CrossFit athlete since 2011, and he’s been on the podium since 2010. Over five years of competition, he’s won 16 events—more than any other competitor—and he’s finished top 10 in an event 45 times.

His previous worst event finish at the Games came last year, when he was 30th in The Pool. It was the only blip on the radar that year—an anomaly—and Froning won the final three events to take the competition by 72 points. Froning’s path to the podium in 2014 appeared smooth to some when he finished eighth in The Beach and first in the Overhead Squat. Clearly, swimming is not an issue anymore.

But everything changed on Day 2. After rowing 2,000 m and doing 300 double-unders, Froning appeared to be struggling badly on the run that followed.

And then he stopped running completely.

He started again, gingerly, but resorted to walking several times before crossing the line near the back of the pack, leaving jaws on the concrete at the StubHub center.

Froning said he felt dizzy, hadn’t been running enough, had “turned into a wuss.”

When he finished 15th and 27th pushing a sled, many were ready to start looking for a new king in 2014.

And Rodney Dangerfield thought he couldn’t get any respect.

Froning turned things around in Heat 3 on Friday night by setting the top time in Heat 3. Then he sat down in the warm-up area and watched his rivals run at his mark. Not one could match it.

A long Day 3 brought 13th and 15th in two events, but the numbers don’t tell the whole story. Froning was gaining momentum and looking more focused, more like the fittest man on the planet, while his competitors were faltering, if only just enough to leave the door open for a guy from Tennessee to saunter in an eat their lunch.

The 2013 script started to play out in Saturday’s final two events as Froning finished ninth and first, leaving the stadium with a 5-point lead over Mathew Fraser. Froning opened Sunday with another win. Before the Midline March, the camera zoomed in on the champ, whose face looked determined, almost angry.

Rookie and one-time overall leader Noah Ohlsen went out early, looking as if he’d win the event. But in quintessential fashion, Froning pulled ahead on the second set of overhead lunges to the cheers of the crowd. Spectators rose to their feet to scream as Froning finished in 5:25 flat—more than 35 seconds ahead of Fraser.

Taking second, Fraser only fell 10 points back overall, setting up a showdown in the tennis stadium to end the day. CrossFit Games Director Dave Castro announced the 12th workout at 2:30 p.m. before sending the top 30 athletes into isolation. Event 13, Grace twice, would be announced to the athletes hot on the heels of the rope climbs and overhead squats that preceded it, leaving athletes less than a minute to prepare.

If Froning had started the competition with drama, he ended it certainty. The champ rose to the occasion and won the final two events of the day to sweep the day’s challenges. He was just more than 18 seconds ahead of Fraser in Event 12, and he nipped Jason Khalipa to take the win on Event 13. Fraser had to settle for second, while Khalipa returned to the podium in third.

In the end, Froning finished 50 points ahead of second place to claim his fourth title.

After the event, and without making excuses, Froning revealed he had been sick earlier in the week. He said a headache and stomach pains might have caused dehydration in the Triple 3, the event that had him walking and looking a wreck. Froning, who had also been sick at the Central East Regional, stayed positive despite the adversity.

“I never really got discouraged,” he said.

He told himself, “If it’s not meant to be, then it’s not meant to be, and it’s someone else’s time.”

For the fourth year in a row, it wasn’t.

Queen in the North

Leblanc-Bazinet became a CrossFit star in the first event of her first CrossFit Games. She was one of the first athletes to complete Amanda at the 2010 Games, and her unbroken muscle-ups under the lights became the stuff of fitness legend. She finished ninth that year and rose to eighth in 2011 and sixth in 2012. She slipped to 16th in 2013 but returned to form in 2014 by finishing second in the Open and winning the Canada East Regional.

At the Games, she had three top-10 finishes in the first five events, taking second in the Overhead Squat. Like Froning, she made a strong bid for the title when she won the 21-15-9 Complex on Day 2, using unbelievable gymnastics ability to link pull-ups, chest-to-bar pull-ups and bar muscle-ups.

In what might be called her signature event, she finished second on the Muscle-up Biathlon, and a small stumble on the Sprint Carry was washed away with three top-six finishes after that. She carried a 92-point lead into the final two events.

Leblanc-Bazinet finished 12th in Event 12 and gave away 32 points to Thorisdottir, but she could spare them and held an insurmountable 60-point advantage in Double Grace. She took fifth and gave another 20 points back to Thorisdottir, but she walked away with a 40-point victory.

Thorisdottir was second, and Julie Foucher returned to the podium in third.

The new champion, still crying, was greeted in the tunnel under the stadium by seven-time CrossFit Games athlete Becca Voigt, who invited her to come have a beer after the awards presentation.

Leblanc-Bazinet knew she was in control going into Thick ‘n Quick, and she had a simple strategy: “Cam, just don’t fuck up.”

And she didn’t.

She said the difference between this year and last came down to smart training and elbow grease.

“I attacked more of my weaknesses. I worked my ass off. Every year, you get better at finding your weaknesses,” she said.

The CrossFit Games champions are as follows:

Men: Rich Froning (U.S.A.)
Women: Camille Leblanc-Bazinet (Canada)
Team: CrossFit Invictus (U.S.A.)

Masters Men 40-44: Shawn Ramirez (U.S.A.)
Masters Women 40-44: Amanda Allen (Australia)
Masters Men 45-49: Jerry Hill (U.S.A.)
Masters Women 45-49: Kim Holway (U.S.A.)
Masters Men 50-54: Will Powell (U.S.A.)
Masters Women 50-54: Mary Beth Litsheim (U.S.A.)
Masters Men 55-59: Steve Hamming (U.S.A.)
Masters Women 55-59: Susan Clarke (Canada)
Masters Men 60-plus: Scott Olson (U.S.A.)
Masters Women 60-plus: Karen Wattier (U.S.A.)

Spirit of the Games Award: Becca Voigt
Rookie of the Year: Mathew Fraser
Most Improved: Cassidy Lance

“Fourging Elite Fitness” by: Mike Warkentin and Andréa Maria Cecil

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Photo courtesy of: CrossFit Inc.

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Blaze crew at the CrossFit Games 2014.

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