Cross Kicks Fitness™ is a passion led, grit inspired, and community driven by people that truly love the game. At CKF we tie a well-rounded functional strength and conditioning program with supporting nutritional guidance.
Founded in 2013, Cross Kicks Fitness™ entered the market space with a cutting-edge concept and one of the hottest new fitness brands. It had all of the latest fitness modalities including functional cross training, strength, conditioning, and a burst of boxing and kickboxing. With No Class Times and a dedicated trainer leading the workouts Cross Kicks Fitness has gained quick popularity.
Growing from their first location in Roselle, Illinois the Cross Kicks Fitness expanded their team of trainers that share their desire to help people achieve fitness success. This success breeds excitement of the members, the community, and training staff and is at the core of what has driven the business to expand so rapidly. Today there are six Cross Kicks Fitness™ locations in Roselle, Algonquin, Lake Zurich, South Elgin, Batavia, and McHenry, Illinois.
Our dedication to building a community around a healthy lifestyle is integral to everything we do. We build our community across all four locations northwest of Chicago. We stay connected socially, support each other with the business, and even challenge each other during our annual Cross Kicks Games event. Just as you’ll get support and motivation from those around you in the gym, that infectious attitude spreads into our everyday actions.
MEET OUR LEADERS
Brand owners Abby and Tony Wuebker have dedicated their lives to health and fitness. They extend their gratitude to the amazing extended family they have built, their “FitFam” and home, Cross Kicks Fitness. With 6 locations in the Chicagoland area, they continue to expand their business and extend their passion for health and fitness to new communities.
”“We are passionate and committed to providing exceptional fitness coaching and motivation to enhance the lives we touch. we value our relationships, integrity, and respect for your dedication.”