Crossfit Lock 60 is a strength and conditioning facility located in the heart of beautiful downtown Phoenixville Pennsylvania. With over 20 years of combined experience in both coaching and programming, our approach to health and fitness has helped to develop individuals, athletes, and teams alike to reach their full potential through constantly varied functional movements at high intensity. Our training methods produce undisputed, tangible results for all levels of fitness; from children to elite athletes,  and everyone in between.

 

All Crossfit's function under the same basic underlying principles of what makes Crossfit unique. However, not all Crossfit facilities are created equal. Our program efficiently combines the most effective training methods of weightlifting, gymnastics, and high intensity cardio, emphasizing safety and efficiency of movement with proper technique, to elicit the best results for each individual.  We take time to break down movements and strive to help each member reach their individual goals and get better every day. We take great pride in seeing our members relish in their success and accomplishments. We break down barriers through hard work and pushing the limits only we set for ourselves.

 

With a strong community at the heart of our program, you are never alone at Crossfit Lock 60. Together we sweat, we expose weaknesses, and we get stronger... together. We are Crossfit Lock 60.

 

 

Our Coaches

Michelle Wisla

Michelle Wisla

  • Owner/Coach
  • CrossFit Level 1 Trainer
  • NPTI-CPT (Top of Class) Graduate and Instructor
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association CPT Certified
  • Certified Nutritional Consultant
  • CPR/First Aid Certified
  • Bachelors of Psychology from Lycoming College
  • Secondary Education Certification from Lycoming College
  • Post Graduate work in Applied Sport Psychology from Argosy University
  • 4 year Collegiate Basketball
  • 2011 Mid-Atlantic Regional- Team
  • 2012 Mid-Atlantic Regional- Qualified Individual; Went team (top 10)
  • 2013 Mid-Atlantic Regional- Individual
  • 2016 Mid-Atlantic Regional-Team
  • Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist (CSCS)
  • National Strength and Conditioning Association

Michelle's passion for health and fitness has been a lifelong endeavor. Starting out in youth sports, she later excelled in track and basketball. After high school, she went on to play collegiate basketball at Lycoming in Williamsport, PA, where she held the title of Team Captain her Junior and Senior seasons. Michelle graduated with a Bachelor's degree in Psychology and

Secondary Education.

 

Now as a successful gym owner, Coach, and former Regional Competitor (team and individual), Michelle has found her true passion in the sport of fitness.

 

Michelle strives to provide the best possible training and education through designing and administering structured workouts and programs that aim to improve athletic performance, while reducing the occurrence of injuries. She cares to provide the means by which all develop confidence, discipline, work ethic, and pride in self and program. Michelle believes in fostering a positive training environment to help members override self doubt or perceived limitations to achieve their full potential.

Roni Anton

Roni is a Master's athlete and no stranger to our world of functional fitness. Roni started her prolific athletic career as a child, finding joy in team sports such as lacrosse and field hockey. Her affinity for these sports would eventually pave her way to Temple University, where she played, and ultimately captained both the field hockey and lacrosse teams; helping bring home TU’s first ever national championship, across all sports. This passion for the sport of lacrosse led her into a career as division 1 nationally ranked, women's lacrosse official which she continues today.

 

After the success she experienced in collegiate athletics she still yearned for a high level of training and competition, a yearning that would go largely unfulfilled until her introduction to CrossFit in 2012. She immediately felt a draw to the sport citing both the challenge and the community as her major motivations. After learning the ins and outs of CrossFit for the better part of six years, she decided to go for her L1 Trainer certification to both better learn the many intricacies of functional fitness, and to help others along in their own fitness journeys. She manages to do this flawlessly and, usually with a big smile on her face. Today, Roni remains a humble student of the sport, a general motivator and a Masters division badass finishing the 2019 open with an invitation to the online qualifier. When Roni is not doing functional fitness, you can find her gardening, mountain biking, traveling and spending time with her family.

Bre Stemler

  • CF L-1 Certified
  • CF Run Course
  • American Council Education Personal Training
  • American Council Education Group Exercise
  • EXOS Sports Performance Specialist
  • EXOS Fitness Specialist
  • CPR/First Aid/AED certified

"I grew up highly involved in athletics, playing everything from soccer, to volleyball, to lacrosse; inevitably picked soccer as my sport playing up to a semi-professional level... Fitness has been the essence of my life. I graduated from University of Delaware in 2012; was a Division 1 Scholar athlete playing soccer, graduating with a Bachelors in Health Behavior Science and double minored in Strength & Conditioning, and Psychology. After college, I found a new love for endurance sports and currently a 4x Ironman Triathlete; so when not in the box you can catch me swimming, biking, and running.

 

CrossFit made its way into my life towards the end of 2018 and inevitably obtained my CF L-1 a few short months after. Though I am no stranger to being a “coach”, CrossFit has allowed me to fall in love all over again with the idea of functional fitness and being able to push limits on a daily basis. The principle is competing against yourself - It’s about self improvement, about being better than you were the day before.

 

I strive to be the athlete and coach that goes all in and take advantage of every moment provided to me. It is my intention, as a coach, to provide the resources to my athletes that will allow them to recognize their boundaries and how to surpass them, not just inside the gym but outside as well. "

 

 

Tyler Brown

 

  • USA Weightlifting Level 1 Coach
  • American Open Series Participant
  • Olympic Weightlifting/CrossFit competitor

Tyler has always enjoyed competing and has been involved with a multitude of sports, from youth basketball, to varsity tennis in high school, and even a semester of rugby during college. After finishing college, she was looking for a way to stay active and eventually found CrossFit. In particular, Tyler enjoyed the barbell movements and the technicality of the Olympic Lifts, and decided to study them more closely. This eventually resulted in her entering her first local Olympic Weightlifting competition in December 2016, where she was able to place 1st in her weight class. Since then, Tyler has gone on to compete in over 5 Olympic Weightlifting meets over a 2 year period, including the American Open Series 2, part of a series of competitions hosted by USA Weightlifting (USAW) that are held annually and attract weightlifters from across the country. She obtained her USAW Level 1 coaching certification in July 2017, and is dedicated to helping members of all levels improve their proficiency in the Olympic Lifts.

Joe Paolino

 

  • CF-L1 certified
  • USAW weightlifting sports coach
  • Opex Athlete Camp
  • Crossfit/Olympic weightlifting competitor

Joe got into sports at the age of 5. Playing baseball, ice hockey and riding bmx and dirt bikes. The number one priority growing up was keeping in top physical condition. After graduating from Radnor high school in 2001 hockey and baseball came to an end. Riding dirt bikes, snowboarding, adventure races and hiking/camping took its place. After suffering a serious motorcycle accident rehab was a must. After about a full 6 months at NovaCare it was time he took matters into his own hands. Being no stranger to hard work he climbed the crossfit and Olympic lifting ladder and pushed himself beyond any limits he thought he had, Joe has what it takes to bring out the best in your fitness goals.

Vanessa Engle

 

  • Crossfit Level 1
  • EBFA Barefoot L1
  • CPR/First Aid Certified

My friend asked me to join her in trying a new fitness class at work. The class was called Crossfit. I figured, why not give it a shot? A couple days later, I realized I'd never forget that class and how I felt afterwards. I knew this sport was just what I was looking for, challenging but scalable to my level. Eventually I started competing and working with strength coaches. Years later, I realized I wanted to take it a step further and share my experiences and knowledge about the sport I love and coach at my local box. I enjoy seeing the athletes progress and their excitement after accomplishing what once seemed impossible. Crossfit and the community has made such a positive difference in my life and my hope is to pay it forward

Chanelle Davenport

 

  • TRX Force: Trainer Course cert. (L2)
  •  YogaFit Teacher Training Program (L1)
  •  Strength Specific Seminars Bronze Cert.
  • Strength Specific Seminars Silver Cert.
  • Crossfit Scaling Cert. Crossfit Level 2
  • Trainer (CF-L2)Crossfit Level 1

Chanelle is a native of North Carolina, and moved to the Phoenixville area in 2016 with her husband and son. She has always embraced an active lifestyle. Growing up in N.C. the Blue Ridge Mountains and the Outer Banks were easily accessible and gave her the opportunity, in addition to traditional sports teams, to take up various outdoor hobbies during her youth such as Swimming, Softball, Volleyball, Surfing, Paddleboarding, and Snowboarding. Chanelle swam in the 4x100m Medley relay at State Championships in high school, and later during college was a walk-on addition to CFCC Volleyball team and received a two year athletic scholarship. Crossfit entered her life in 2008 after a friend mentioned she try it. The sense of community, and friendly competitiveness that she found in Crossfit filled a missing gap after college sports and she was hooked. In 2011, her passion for Crossfit aided the military community when she worked as a fitness instructor on Tyndall AFB and advocated for, introduced, and helped to setup a Crossfit affiliate there. Since then, Chanelle has competed at various local RX competitions, as well as USAW sanctioned meets. While continuing her education in exercise fitness through certification courses. She strives to share her knowledge to help all levels of members achieve their desired goals.

Maria Ali

Yoga Instructor

"Much of the physical aspects of the Journey Into Power flow that I teach are inspired by Hatha yoga.

 

Journey Into Power is designed to empower you with the focus, training and insight you need to achieve consistent and profound results in the most important areas of your life.

 

The 75min flow combines potent physical practice (with modifications as needed) and active self inquiry as tools of transformation and possibility."

About Us

Copyright 2020 CrossFit Lock 60

35 Bridge Street (Rear)   |   Phoenixville, PA 19460

484-302-8188

Hours:

Monday

6:00 am - 1:00 pm  |  4:30 pm - 7:00 pm

 

Tuesday

6:00 am - 1:00 pm  |  4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

 

Wednesday

6:00 am - 1:00 pm  |  4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

 

Thursday

6:00 am - 1:00 pm  |  4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

 

Friday

6:00 am - 1:00 pm  |  4:30 pm - 6:30 pm

 

Saturday

9:30 am - 11:30 am

 

Sunday

9:30 am - 1:30 pm

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