CrossFit I35

Forging Elite Fitness in Kansas City


Testimonials & Success Stories

Kansas City’s Premiere CrossFit and Hard Style Kettlebell gym is now open. Bobbie Jo lost 8% body fat 10 pounds of weight, 14 pounds of pure fat and at the same time gained 4 pounds of super strong athletic fat burning muscle in a short 12 weeks! “My new healthier life began basically in the beginning of July. ...

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Why CrossFit I35

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Do you want to become STRONGER and FASTER?

Are FLEXIBILITY and STRENGTH important to you?

Would better CARDIOVASCULAR FITNESS improve your life?

Is becoming a BETTER ATHLETE vital to your life’s plan?

Do you THRIVE on INTENSITY?

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Latest Posts

Bobbie Parrett

Growing up I was always active.  When I was very young it was gymnastics and Tae Kwon Do through my middle school years.  I was even awarded my first-degree black belt and competed in several competitions. After Tae Kwon Do I played softball throughout high school and continue to play recreationally. It’s a lot of fun ...

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Strength, Nutrition and Endurance Dream Team

Attention CrossFit Athletes, Powerlifters, Olympic Lifters, Strength and Endurance Athletes—and Anyone Who Desires Super Human Strength and Endurance. Mark your calendars for May 17th and 18th at CrossFit I35 for a rare opportunity to be with three of the worlds greatest coaches in the field of Strength, Endurance and Nutrition. Here‘s Your Personal Invitation To Spend The ...

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“Turning Up the Mind-Muscle Connection”

For years I have said I didn’t understand why Yoga and Pilates trainers seemed to believe they had a corner on mind body fitness. Maybe because the rest of the fitness world hadn’t realized that without a powerful mindbody connection your capacity for mobility, strength and even muscle development are severely limited by how ...

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The Novice’s Curse

“There is a compelling tendency among novices developing any skill or art, whether learning to play the violin, write poetry, or compete in gymnastics, to quickly move past the fundamentals and on to more elaborate, more sophisticated movements, skills, or techniques. This compulsion is the novice’s curse—the rush to originality and risk. The novice’s curse ...

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Cynthia Lofquist

Ever since I first walked into a CrossFit gym back in 2009 I knew that this was not just the answer to my fitness goals but something I needed to be involved in for a long time. I have learned that with a high intensity workout a person can open themselves up mentally and emotionally to ...

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