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CrossFit Blade North
34406 N 27th Dr, Ste 194
Phoenix, AZ 85085

CrossFit Blade Main
1614 W Whispering Wind Dr
Phoenix, AZ 85085

You don’t have to be great to start, but you have to start — to be great!

Our members make it count, check out what we’ve done this year.

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At CrossFit Blade we like to keep our doors open for everyone so if you’re in town for an event, visiting family and friends, or just stopping in Phoenix on your way to your destination we’d love to have you workout with us. Sign up and reserve your spot today, we can’t wait to see you. *Must have 6 months CrossFit experience and be visiting from out of town. Valid out of State Drivers License or State ID required at time of purchase.

1 Day

$20
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BAM | Main

BAM – Jason Grossman

Where did you grow up?
I grew up in a small town called Rio Rico just north of the Nogales/Mexico border. Population of about 10,000 people. My parents moved us from California when I was just a few months old to be closer to their produce/trucking business. We then […]

BAM | North

BAM – Tiffany Saftchick

Where did you grow up?
I moved here from Northern CA  when I was 10, so I am pretty much a Native.

What are your hobbies (besides CrossFit)?
I love to read, always looking for the next good book. I also am a pretty darn good shopper 🙂 Nordstrom […]

Testimonials

Not sure if Crossfit is for you? Read some of our member testimonials who once felt the same way you do.

I started crossfit because my daughter, Tory, asked me to try it with her. I figured it would go a couple of times, let her get comfortable, hopefully not embarrass myself, and then stop. But as it turned out, it was for me, I really wasn’t too old. My kids have always been amazing athletes and I have supported them each step, now they support me. There’s nothing better than working out with both my kids and my amazing nephew Cory.
Stacy Gregory
A friend of mine recommended Crossfit to me almost a year ago, I was excited for the heightened level of fitness the constant variety of exercises, and the idea of community, “you mean we cheer each other on in support rather than isolate ourselves behind our headphones and zone out at a pace I deem appropriate?!” Sold. I continue to do Crossfit for the ridiculous fitness beatings I continue to take and love, the constant challenges that I am confronted with, along with the back and forth of “huge sense of accomplishment” vs. “big lesson in humility”. Mentally, and physically, Crossfit is more challenging than anything I have done, and I love it! Oh yeah, the community is pretty awesome too!
Jim Swanson
I love that in one short hour your strength work and cardio are done. I love that it’s intense and I get a little rush from it. I love that it pushes me to try new things and go harder each day. I love that it’s so structured, I have to have structure. I love the people, I especially love watching the new people and seeing their improvement and all their PR’s and celebrating those with them.
Holly Banghart
I got tired of being tired and wanted to make a change in myself. My brother has been doing it for years and he tried numerous times to get me to do it with him. Finally I said enough is enough and showed up at Blade. I gave it a try and loved it. From the community to the accomplishments, I do it because of the sense of belonging to something that we all share, suffer, and rejoice in. It has been a long time since I have been able to participate in something like that and it feels really good. One can be very proud to call themselves a Crossfitter.
Kraig Neese