Crossfit Augusta

I am seeing some folks hit my site looking for CrossFit Augusta. As the official CrossFit Augusta website ( is under construction and missing a few key details, below you’ll find some unofficial information that would-be Augusta Crossfitters might find useful:

  • Location: 766 Industrial Park Drive / Evans, GA 30809 (Google Maps).

    For Augusta veterans, this is across the street from the ruins of Krystal River Water Park. Otherwise, you can get there from Fury’s Ferry north of the Fury’s Ferry Jones Creek entrance or from where Evans to Lock Rd hits Washington Rd near the new Lowe’s/Home Depot/Omni (Use those points of reference and then look at the map link).

    The sign is a little small, but if you see the “Krystal River” sign, you’re close!

  • Phone: 706.877.3279
  • Contacts: Charlie and John
  • Hours of operation: Monday — Friday from 4:30 to 8:30pm; Saturday from 10:00am to 1:00pm; Sunday — CLOSED

I’m in week two of CrossFit. It’s kicking my butt, but it a good, painful way. Check it out!

2 replies on “Crossfit Augusta”

Hey Justin,

so you’d say the Crossfit workouts are in line with what Art de Vaney recommends regarding frequency/intensity/etc ?

I’ve used the system myself, which I liked because it is so simple. Not EASY, but simple (= no equipment).

Hey! I’m reading an Orson Scott Card book myself too !! It’s *GREAT* ! It’s “Ender’s Shadow”. I’ve already bought the one you’re reading and I look forward to reading it. It’s also an amazing concept : writing two different accounts of the same story…


I’m not entirely sure about Crossfit being in line with De Vany’s evofitness. CrossFit does play to the randomization and full-body movements that De Vany likes to incorporate. However, it doesn’t employ hierarchical sets (power law training per De Vany). Also, I wonder if CrossFit may be *too* intense. For me, the jury is still out.

I will note that De Vany did talk about CrossFit/Paleo diet here:

But I don’t get the impression Art has looked in depth at it.

My goal is to use CrossFit to catapult me into better fitness and rock off the last vestiges of major fat stores. So far, I think it is working.

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