About Driving Force CrossFit
Driving Force CrossFit is a strength and conditioning facility that turns individuals into athletes to reach elite levels of fitness through constantly varied functional movements executed at High Intensity. We are located at 8507 Pines Blvd, Pembroke Pines, a 3,000 sf gym that is 100% dedicated to CrossFit. Our training methods produce undisputed, tangible results for all levels of fitness, from children to elite athletes, and everything in between.
What are your goals?
Is it to lose body fat, and look better naked? Is it to increase your strength and physical abilities in everyday life? Is it to compete in local competitions? Each day at Driving Force CrossFit, we want to track towards your specific goals. We can do that by tailoring each workout into three categories, each with a unique purpose:
Fitness, Performance, and DFCF Comp Training
These tracks are entirely designed with the goal of the athlete in mind, and has absolutely no ties to individual ability level. Whether we are a new CrossFitter, or going on our 10th year of CrossFit, it is our individual goals that determine our track and not our abilities. These subtle, yet important changes to each workout allow us to create the ideal training day for you, while keeping what we know and love, our exciting group classes, together. It’s simply two variations of the “Workout of the Day”, with your goals in mind.
Those looking to look better naked. Loose body fat, maintain lean muscle-mass, and improve our quality of life. Eager to learn and take on new and challenging movements and workouts, but is not looking to compete in local or online CrossFit competitions. However, that is NOT to say you cannot compete in competitions!
For the member who wants to push their limits and gain access to another level of fitness. This program is designed to increase each person’s general physical preparedness, with an emphasis on the sport of CrossFit. The movements will be more involved, and the demand will be greater.
DFCF Comp Training
Looking to train for competitions. This track is geared towards the goal of improving one’s scores on the competitive stage, training with specific movements and weights that are seen in competition.