Experienced coaching staffOur coaches have 15 years of CrossFit coaching experience. We focus on form, technique, and proper movement.


CrossFit Endurance ProgramDo you want to run faster for longer? Our Endurance program focuses on technique, speed, and intensity.

A gym built for youOur gym has all the equipment and space you need to take your fitness to the next level.


Passionate and friendly communityCrossFit is performed in a friendly and social environment.


Weightlifting ProgramWho doesn’t want to get stronger and lift heavier weights? Our Weightlifting program focuses on developing technique and efficiency in the deadlift, clean, jerk, and snatch.

Located in the center of Houston, TXWe are proud to serve Downtown, Midtown, Rice Military, The Heights, River Oaks and Montrose.

7 minutes of burpees

The first workout of the 2012 CrossFit Games Open caught everyone by surprise: 7 minutes of burpees. If you came to Vintage today you can attest to how deceivingly difficult this workout is. 12.1 was also the first time CrossFit used the 6″ reach standard for burpees and that definitely threw a lot of people off their game. This workout shows the audacity of the excuse “I don’t have time to workout”. Next time you’re on the road and need a quick workout, 7 minutes of burpees is a good bet!

By the way, the winner of this workout in the worldwide CrossFit Open was an unknown former “artistic acrobat” from Russia, Danila Shokhin. He completed 161 reps.

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Congratulations to everyone who completed “Nutts” this morning! Thank you to our servicemen and women. We’re proud to do a workout in memory of a fallen soldier!

Lieutenant Andrew Richard Nuttall, 30, from the 1st Battalion Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry (1 PPCLI), based in Edmonton, Alberta, serving as a member of the 1 PPCLI Battle Group was killed by an improvised explosive device that detonated during a joint foot patrol near the village of Nakhonay in Panjwaii District, about 25 km southwest of Kandahar City on December 23, 2009. He is survived by his parents, Richard and Ethel Jane Nuttall.

Oscar looking fresh during the handstand pushups at the beginning of “Nutts”

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