CrossFit ERT is a family affair. We are family. It is not unusual to see members sitting around chatting after class, while their kids ride bikes in the back lot. We encourage family interaction through fitness. We work hard and we play harder.
We do business together. We support each other and we push each other to achieve things we never thought possible. This is not a gym where you’re just a number and no one knows your name. The people here genuinely care about each other. Yes, you’ll get a great workout at ERT, but your new friends will help you take your fitness to the next level. Guaranteed. Welcome to the #fitFAM!
Laura started doing CrossFit in 2013 and it quickly turned into her passion. As a person that wasn’t very active while growing up and living firsthand what CrossFit can do to make your life better, what drives her the most is seeing a member making progress in their fitness journey, whatever that may be! She loves pushing people to give more every day and thrives seeing them crush their goals, inside and outside the gym. She wholeheartedly believes everyone can achieve whatever they set their minds to and she is here to help them do just that.
Jon was first introduced to CrossFit in 2013. Simply put, coaching is Jon’s passion. He works hard day in and out to ensure member enjoyment and satisfaction. Whether it be reaching a fitness goal, hitting a PR, completing your first WOD unbroken or competing in your first competition, Jon is there to encourage, motivate and congratulate. He strives to make every visit to ERT fulfilling and meaningful for every single member, every single day!
Nenad started his CrossFit journey in 2016 and instantly fell in love.
Growing up he played many sports, but as responsibilities grew and free time dwindled CrossFit appeared to be a complete package. The drive to learn more pushed him towards becoming a coach and ultimately discovered a new passion. He believes the positive energy that everyone brings enriches every member’s day. The best thing everyone can do for their wellbeing is walk through the gym door a couple of times a week and leave with a smile (and some sore muscles) after just 60 minutes. His goal is to help everyone move without discomfort, reach (and surpass) their potential, and continuously strive to improve and push limits.