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Rush Fitness Gym


Specializing in supervised fitness training, CrossFit- style workouts, personal training, strength and conditioning.

(915)274-3706

 

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Rush Fitness Gym


Specializing in supervised fitness training, CrossFit- style workouts, personal training, strength and conditioning.

(915)274-3706

 

Feel the Rush.

 

WORKOUTS AND FITNESS PLANS

Rush Fitness employs CrossFit- style workouts. Our main focus is functional movement, strength, and conditioning. We learn technique, good form, and a variety of skills and exercises....

SERVICES

Rush Fitness offers a variety of services. We have private and group classes. No matter what level and no matter what your goals are, we are here to help...

COMMUNITY

We pride ourselves in forming a strong community of athletes. Our group classes are a great opportunity to build healthy competition and a strong support group. Our athletes work together to improve and learn from each other.

 

Check out our BLOG and keep up with the Rush Fitness family.

 
 
 
 
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About Us/Contact


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About Us/Contact


Call us at 915-274-3706 or come and visit the gym!

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ABOUT US

Rush Fitness is owned and operated by husband and wife team, Jorge and Diana Talavera. We are located on the West/Upper Valley area of El Paso, TX. 

Rush Fitness employs CrossFit-style programs plus strength and conditioning training. Workouts are comprised of constantly varying exercises that promote functional movement, strength, and cardiovascular endurance. Workouts are designed to be intense and to develop an array of skills transferable to any sport, day to day activity, or simply to increase athleticism. 

Here at Rush Fitness we focus on helping athletes achieve their personal goals. We work with our clients at their own pace and provide support so our athletes achieve, and ultimately surpass, their own goals. We offer private, semi-private, and group classes. 


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The Space


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The Space


Rush Fitness is located on the Westside of El Paso.  Our 4600 square feet facility accommodates large group classes while maintaining an intimate and homely environment.  A modern space equipped with top of the line pull-up bars, Olympic bars, weights, kettle bells, and everything needed for an all around workout.  We are near a calm residential neighborhood and have easy access parking.  


If you are a busy parent with a hectic schedule, not to worry! We offer a comfortable and safe play area for kids. The space allows the little ones to run around and play while you complete your workout.  

 
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Training Schedule


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Training Schedule


Monday-Friday (Group Classes)

5:15, 6:00, 7:00, 7:30, 8:00, 8:30, 9:00, 9:30

Open Gym: 10:00-12:00 p.m.

4:30, 5:00, 5:30, 6:00

Saturday (Group Class)

10:00 a.m.

Yoga

Mondays 7:00-8:00 p.m

 

The Team


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The Team


From left to right: Jorge, Diana, Adriana

From left to right: Jorge, Diana, Adriana

COACHES

Our experienced and knowledgeable coaches are here to guide you and help you meet your goals. 

 
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Adriana Fregoso

Adriana Fregoso is an El Paso native that grew up in San Diego, California.  As a child she was involved in dancing, swimming, and gymnastics, her favorite.. READ MORE

 
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Diana Talavera

Before CrossFit  Diana was spending a long time in the local gym doing yoga and participating in various group fitness classes. At some point she grew bored and stuck in a repetitive routine that failed to challenge her                                   READ MORE

 

Jorge Talavera

Jorge began martial arts training as a young boy. He learned Tae Kwon Do, Kong Fu, and later Mixed Martial Arts. After years of training and competition, he became an instructor.                                    READ MORE

 

Erika Sano

Erika is a student at the University of Texas at El Paso. She's been doing CrossFit for three years and is training to go into law enforcement.   READ MORE


Meet some of the Rush competitors. 

Extras


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Extras


The Bearings Blog

Check out some CrossFit related articles and posts from a member of Rush Fitness Gym and courtesy of the Rio Grande Rift.

The Unknown

In a talk by Greg Glassman in 2009, he articulated some of the thinking behind the sport. He believes fitness is a condition that lends itself “generally well to all physical activities.” Speaking to a group of soldiers and combat veterans, he explained that the nature of their experience in combat requires a kind of physical alertness. (This applies to law enforcement and similar professions.) This means that their training goals are more complex because of the chaotic nature of their physical requirements on the battle field or danger zones. So in theory, a soldier cannot only train in strength because they must also be fast and have endurance. So the soldier that must carry one hundred pounds of gear need not only be strong, but have stamina and speed because the circumstances are unpredictable and variable to change. This idea underlines what CF attempts to do for the average person: increase their physical capacity across a broad spectrum of demands. “We asked” Glassman writes in the CF Journal, “what physical skills and adaptations would most universally lend themselves to performance advantage.” The performance advantage not referring to an athletic competition, although that too, but initially, I think, it referred to performance in the real world. READ THE REST OF THE ARTICLE