CrossFit Credence on move to larger space
A Rochester fitness studio has outgrown its current spot, so it's on the move to a larger space.
CrossFit Credence, owned by Dave and Alison Timm, has bulked up to almost 300 members in the three years the boot camp-style workout center has been open. That means its original location at 101 16th St. N.E. is not as roomy as it once was.
"We're just about out of space," said Dave Timm.
To fix that, the Timms have lined up 9,000 square feet of space in two buildings at 3020 N. Broadway. That's the former home of RSC Equipment Rental on the corner of North Broadway and East Circle Drive.
If everything goes according to plan, CrossFit Credence should make the mile and a half move to the new space by the end of August or in early September.
When the Timms and their team of 10 instructors make the shift, the gym will freshen up its offerings by adding a shower/locker room and new equipment.
Dave Timm believes Rochester's focus on family and faith are strong reasons why CrossFit has become so popular here. Four CrossFit gyms — Crendence, Unshackled, Progression and Epitome — are very active in the Med City.
"This community is pretty family-based and faith-based. I think that helps people to get to the gym and get results," he said.