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How much do the PUSH511 Classes cost?

  • First Time Free - Always, for everyone
  • Drop-In Fee - $20
  • Out of Town CrossFitter 7 Days Unlimited Classes - $30 (days are consecutive)
  • Unlimited 30 Day Classes Membership - $175/month 
  • CrossFit Limited Membership - $160 for 10 CrossFit Classes over 60 Days
  • 511Endurance 30 Day Membership - $100, Classes held on Monday & Wednesday
  • Foundations Membership - $150 for 9, 1-hour Classes
  • ALL FIRST TIMERS - Please complete our Free Class + Waiver  to confirm your class time

Learn More About Our Plans & Pricing

Bring A Buddy

Each Month PUSH511 designates a day for a member to bring a buddy to a class.  All fitness levels are welcome & please bring multiple buddies!  The class is FREE even if your buddy has previously attended a class.  See the PUSH Schedule for this month's Bring A Buddy Day. Schedule

Do you have Personal Training and One-On-One sessions?

  • Yes - 45 Minute Sessions, set up in Single Sessions or Sessions of 5 & 10 Classes.

Do you offer Discounts?

25% Couple Discount on 30 Day Unlimited Class Membership Only.  Couple must live together & payment come from one account. One person full membership rate, second membership with 25% discount. 

What if I am new to CrossFit? Can I Drop-In?

First visit is always free. We love drop-ins but we do ask that you complete the on-line waiver before arriving

Free Class + Waiver

You may attend any class except the Open Gym Sessions these are for Members & experienced CrossFitters only. You do not need to reserve a class time but it is always appreciated if you send us an email or give us a call so we can let the coach know that you will be attending.  #410-424-0565,



Anyone new to CrossFit, or looking for a refresher, should register for Foundations, which is a cycle of 9, One (1) - Hour Sessions over 3 weeks at 6:30 pm on Monday/Tuesday/Thursday, limited to 12 people/Class.  You must Register online for a Session before coming in.  You can start on any Monday.  In addition to the 9 Foundation Classes you also have access to Sunday Yoga and All Open Gym Sessions.

Dates and times are set and cannot be changed or substituted.  If you miss a class we will work with you to review the skills during an Open Gym Session or by attending the missed class in the next cycle or in a private session. 

The Foundation Classes follow the same layout as our main CrossFit classes but with more emphasis on instruction of the basic movements. The cost is $150.  This is a great way to get familiar with the movements and the community before jumping into regular classes. 

Contact us for more details or go to the Foundation Programming Detail


First visit is always free. After that drop-in fee is $20 (or buy some swag), cash, check or credit.  We love drop-ins but we do ask that you complete the on-line waiver before arriving & note what class you will be attending.

Free Class + Waiver

During Open Gym Session there is no scheduled WOD or coach led class. If you have special programming that you are following we are happy to accommodate as long as it does not interfere with our scheduled WOD. If you’re in town for a few days check out our 7-Day unlimited class option for $30.  


All CrossFit Classes are One Hour

Monday - Friday

  • 5 am, 6 am, 7 am, 12 pm, 4:30 pm, 5:30 pm, 6:30 pm, 7:30 pm**

       ** Exception:  Friday - NO  7:30 pm Class


  • 9 am, 10 am & 11 am

Open Gym - Members & CrossFit Experienced People Only


  • 3:30 - 4:30 pm


  • 8:00 am - 12:00 pm - "Friday Morning Chill"
  • 7:30 - 9:00 pm - "Friday Night Lights"


  • 10:00 am to 12 pm


  • Monday & Wednesday: 6:30 pm


  • Sunday: 9 am

For detailed information and to check for special events or holiday hours.

See Full Schedule






3700 O’Donnell Street, #240, Baltimore, MD  21224

We are located in historic Brewers Hill within the Natty Boh Complex, just east of Canton in downtown Baltimore, MD.  

If walking, the entrance is from Dillon Street as described below or from O'Donnell Street. From O'Donnell Street walk up the stairs directly across from the Hanover Brewers Hill apartment complex.  The gym will be on your left.

If driving, the entrance is from Dillon Street, use 3850 Dillon Street in your GPS device to locate us.  Turn right after the National Brewing Co. bridge into the parking lot. The gym will be on your right. Free street parking is available at all times along Dillon and other side streets.  The parking lot in front of the box can only be used before 8:30 am and after 4:30 pm on weekdays and anytime on weekends.



What about your facilities?

We have roughly 8,000 sf with 4,500 sf of main gym space with tons of fans and windows plus an additional 3,444 sf (The Beast Cave) where we hold Foundation Classes plus area for strength training, platforms, jerk boxes.  Our men’s and women’s bathrooms each have two showers.  We do not provide towels but we do have soap and shampoo. We have a water fountain with a bottle filler and we provide plastic cups, we just ask that you wash them out in our kitchen sink before you go.  We have cubby holes to stash your stuff while you get your sweat on.  Tear your hands on that last pull-up we’ve got you covered with band-aids in our first aid kit.  We also sell tape if you need it.  



Our facility is heated and cooled by mother nature so dress for the temperature. Bathrooms do have heat & AC.  Layers are advised in the winter as we are not afraid to go for a run in February.  Bring a water bottle to fill in our water fountain.  If you’re a sweat ball, bring a small towel.  Last bring your sense of humor and adventurous spirit.  Guaranteed good times.



All our coaches started as members within our community.  We have a wide range of age and experience from Level 2 CrossFit trainers to Doctors of Physical Therapy.  All our coaches are certified in CPR/First Aid. We believe in ongoing learning from multiple sources both within and outside the CrossFit community.  We preach form and technique over weight and speed.  We practice mobility and functional fitness above all else.  For detailed information on our coaches please visit our coaches page.




Our programming is done with everyone in mind, from advanced athletes to beginners. We weightlift 3-5 days a week.  We run, row or jump rope almost every day either in warm-ups or workouts. We perform body weight/gymnastic movements almost every day.  We stretch every single day following our workouts.  

We chose to do our own programming rather than follow CrossFit Main Page because we want to build a foundation of the basic weightlifting, gymnastic and metabolic movements while being able to prep our members a few days in advance of a new skill.  But that's not to say you won't see some common favorite main page workouts, Girls & Heroes - we love 'em!

Our programming includes a group warm-up to review the skills necessary for the workout and to mobilize the areas that will be taxed that day.  The programming takes the basic core elements and mixes in variables of time, weight, reps, and type of exercise performed.  

Whether you are a beginner or an advanced athlete, every day you will be pushed to perform to the best of YOUR ability with technique and safety as your focus.



Be on time.  If you are between 5-10 minutes late there is a 30 burpee penalty.  This is to get you warmed up quickly and to allow you to jump in with the rest of the class.

If you are more than 10 minutes late you can either wait until the next class or pick from these three pre-selected workouts, 150 wallballs, 2000 meter row or 100 burpees.

Introduce yourself, cheer for others, clean up when you’re done.  Have fun.



Every class is one hour long, we ask that you arrive on time or a few minutes early to get settled in and warmed up.

The coach will call the class together at the start of the class and explain the hour.  The coach will demonstrate all movements and the PUSH511 standards.  There will be instruction if needed with PVC pipe, barbell, etc.  The class will start with group mobility, then skill work & possibly strength work depending on the main workout. After that, time is given to set up for the main workout, warm-up to the WOD weight and form review.  Once everyone is ready it’s 3...2...1… GO Time.  Workouts average 20 minutes but can be anywhere from 5 (those are the worst) to 40 minutes.

Once the workout is completed everyone is asked to put everything away and clean up their area. Then stretching and cool down.

High fives all around and the hour is complete. 


We care about you and are passionate about what we do. Our number one priority is the community.  We want PUSH to be your second family.  PUSH has been open since Nov. 2010, one of the oldest boxes in Baltimore.  We provide the support you need to embark on this crazy journey called CrossFit by teaching you all the basics in our 3 week Foundations program.  We continue that support with coaches that care about you becoming functionally fit, more mobile, stronger and better at life.  Competing is fun and motivating.  There is a time for competing  but first we build a strong foundation by teaching you the correct form, technique and mobility. We are masters of scaling when needed.  Our mantra "DO MORE - SUCK LESS - LIVE BETTER". We are proud of our diversity, we have firebreathers next to new moms, all having fun, building confidence and improving.

We provide programming and classes for all levels that fit your particular needs.  Starting with Foundations for beginners, plus all inclusive 1-hour group CrossFit Classes that includes programming for advanced athletes, plus 511BRUTUM programming for additional strength & skill development outside of the CrossFit Class plus building your endurance/engine via 511Grit programming with specific classes and most of all keeping you Flexible with Yoga Classes.


  • CrossFit is a program developed to offer a full-body workout by combining strength training, explosive plyometrics, speed training, Olympic and power-style weightlifting, bodyweight exercises, gymnastics, and endurance exercise.
  • By doing this, CrossFit targets the major components of physical fitness: cardiorespiratory fitness, stamina, muscular strength and endurance, flexibility, power, speed, agility, balance, coordination, and accuracy.
  • Training the CrossFit way requires you to work out 3 to 5 days per week. The workouts are highly intense and short, taking anywhere from 5 to 40 minutes to complete.
  • CrossFit workouts typically combine explosive exercises done in a circuit format: One exercise follows right after the next, with very little (or no)  rest in between.  
  • CrossFit exercises involve the whole body and include pushing, pulling, running, rowing, and squatting.
  • The exercise equipment consists of barbells, bumper-plated Olympic weights, plyometric boxes, medicine balls, dumbbells, and kettlebells. Pull-up bars, climbing ropes, gymnastics rings hang from the ceiling. The only cardio equipment you will see are rowing machines. If you want to run, hit the road of the surrounding area. The workouts are completed in a group setting. Everyone does the same WOD (workout of the day).
  • Athletes and ex-athletes will enjoy the challenges of each WOD, as they are similar to sports conditioning.
  • There are a large number of WOD routines and they are always changing. This adds to the excitement of each CrossFit workout and decreases the risk of becoming bored.  

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3700 O’donnell St
Suite 240
Baltimore, Md 21224