Get Started


We help people look and feel their best with our industry-leading workout and nutrition programs. If you’re tired of wasting time in the gym, you’ve come to the right place.

Your first step to getting started with Reebok CrossFit Glevum is to talk with a tenured coach, discuss your background, your personal goals, what’s worked for you in the past and maybe what hasn’t. We shall then work with you to determine exactly what motivates you and how you can work together to ensure that you keep coming back and continue achieving incredible progress.

What’s happens within a “No-Sweat” Intro?

Within your initial consultation with an onboarding coach, we provide:

  • A conversation with a caring coach to learn more about you & your goals. In order to help, we need to understand what it is that has motivated you to make a change and what is it that you need the most help with.
  • Information on our results-driven, coach-led services; Online Coaching, Private Training, Nutrition Coaching and a detailed run-through of all membership benefits.
  • A tailored prescription and a sustainable plan to transform your health, fitness, lifestyle and achieve your personal goals in record time.
  • The opportunity to schedule your first check-in and goal review to assess your progress. Here we ensure you’re on the right path to achieve your goals in the most efficient and effective manner.

A key component to helping you achieve and accomplish your goals is having a personal coach; a committed coach to keep you accountable.

Would you still like more information?

Alternatively, if you are unable to find a time that suits your diary you can contact us at for more information or schedule a call to talk with one of our expert on-boarding coaches.

Cooling-Down After Workouts?

It is largely accepted that warming up helps prime ourselves and increases our performance in workouts yet the jury is still out on whether or not performing a cool-down can improve our recovery and reduce muscle soreness.

Learning & Practicing New Movements

Don’t be afraid of taking a step backwards when you need to as this may enable you to take two steps forward and will save you time and effort in the long run

Athlete Spotlight

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