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Take Charge of Your Health

Two CrossFit locations Serving Novato and Surrounding Communities

“We sit collectively in unique possession of an elegant solution to the world's most vexing problem. A solution so elegant that it may be optimal"

Greg Glassman, founder of CrossFit

Getting Started at CFN

Members can attend classes offered at two locations and choose from a variety of class times. Here's how to get started:


Option (1)

Free Trial Class

You don't have to be "in shape" to get started at CFN. We help you find your personalized path to Fitness & Health. 

Visit either facility and try a class for FREE.

Meet our coaches and our clients. You decide if one of two locations and our program might work for you.  

Contact CrossFit Novato

Fill out my online form.

Option (2)

New to CrossFit

Your path to Fitness starts with completing CFN Private Foundations:

Option (3)

Trained at a CrossFit Affiliate 

You are in town and would like to Register for a Drop-in class or you've trained at a CrossFit Affiliate and would like to get started in the program.

Connect with Owner, Andy Boone.


New to CFN?

Not sure where to begin? 

Checkout the CFN About page.

Read about CFN History.

Get to know CFN Coaches

How do you take Group Classes at CFN? 

Checkout the CFN Get Started page.

Not sure about Group Classes? 

Check out a few different Programs we offer. 

CrossFit athlete transferring from a CrossFit Affiliate?

If you’ve trained consistently at another CrossFit Affiliate and are interested in learning more about our program, please contact Owner, Andy Boone. He can be reached at andy@crossfitnovato.com or 415-290-2964. 

Just Visiting?

You are an experienced CrossFit athlete looking to drop-in? We’d love to have you. Classes can purchased at our $25 drop-in rate. You can also buy a multi-class visitor’s pass. Please contact Owner, Andy Boone. He can be reached at andy@crossfitnovato.com or 415-290-2964. 

CFN News


  • Pearls of Wisdom

    Pearls of Wisdom

    Last Saturday I had an amazing experience. I attended my first daylong meditation at Spirit Rock Meditation center in Woodacre, CA. Attending a daylong has been on my bucket list for awhile because I believe in meditation/mindfulness as a potent skill to cultivate a deeper knowledge of yourself.

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  • A Broader Light

    A Broader Light

    This month instead of our usual client spotlight piece we wanted to cast a broader light on the many new faces who have recently joined our Community. You might have noticed that class sizes feel a little bigger, and by now there is no doubt that some of these new faces are new gym friends.

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  • The Whole Athlete (Four Part Series) Part One of Four: Nutrition

    The Whole Athlete (Four Part Series) Part One of Four: Nutrition

    We talk a lot about the importance of building strength in our athletes.  The benefits are vast and include increasing speed, power, endurance, explosiveness, and reducing the risk of injuries.  But there are many aspects to building a strong athlete outside of just strength they do not get enough attention. Today we are going to start a four part series on building the whole athlete.

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  • Chasing Exhaustion: Why “More” May Not Be What You Need

    Chasing Exhaustion: Why “More” May Not Be What You Need

    There are over 15,000 CrossFit Affiliates around the world practicing and testing the CrossFit curriculum.  This week I wanted to take a look at the CrossFit Novato program and share a bit more about how we think about Fitness.

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  • Our Specialty is Not Specializing

    Our Specialty is Not Specializing

    One of the things about the CrossFit methodology that has always appealed to me is our definition of fitness. CrossFit defines fitness as “a physical capacity that would lend itself well to any and all contingencies”. The idea of preparing for the “unknown and the unknowable” has appealed to my soul ever since I first read about it in the CrossFit Journal.

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  • Game Ball

    Game Ball

    When I was in high school I was a cheerleader and ran track.  Although I absolutely loved my experiences with these two sports, I never played a team sport and as an adult it is definitely something I feel like I missed out on.  The camaraderie of a team is something special. Your teammates cheer you on when you achieve good things and they rally around you when you feel like you made a mistake.  You grab the trophy as a team and walk off the field as a team talking about how you can do better next time. It’s a thing of beauty to watch and more often than not, it brings tears to my eyes when I witness this team mentality.  

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    CrossFit Novato - Downtown

    Address: 7427 Redwood Blvd
    Novato, CA 94945

    Phone: (415) 290-2964
    Email: andy@crossfitnovato.com

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    CrossFit Novato - Pacheco Valley

    Address: 5420 Nave Dr
    Novato, CA 94949

    Phone: (415) 290-2964
    Email: andy@crossfitnovato.com

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