Forge Fitness is not just a gym – it’s a family of people who want to look and feel better and enjoy the support of others who want the same. We offer dynamic, functional exercise powered by the CrossFit methodology to help you build strength, endurance, and power – all while losing weight, pushing yourself beyond your limits, and growing as a person. No matter who you are, or what you think you are capable of, you have a place waiting for you in the Forge family. Give us 30 days and be in the best shape of your life. Come see us for the transformation and life-changing experience you need and deserve.
Forge Fitness members enjoy the benefits of a clean and modern exercise facility equipped with men’s and women’s locker rooms as well as a kid’s area. You won’t find a wall-to-wall assortment of shiny equipment and complicated machines. Our tools are simple; our space is clean.
On June 16th we sent 8 Forge Fitness athletes to compete in the Battle for Blood competition at CrossFit Alabaster! This is an annual competition that raises money for a great cause, and CF Alabaster did not disappoint this year!…- Battle for Blood 2018 -
On Saturday, May 19th we had two teams go to Albertville, AL to compete in a local CrossFit competition, the annual Sand Mountain Throwdown! Our first team was Rebecca Blackmon and Ashley Walters, and our second team was Haleigh Chastain…- Sand Mountain Throwdown 2018 -
Growing up, I was never one of those super-athletic people who did every sport, gymnastics, and stuff like that. I’ve always thought of myself as uncoordinated and never really did anything that physical – at least not for long. But…- Kimberlee Harkins -
I’ve always been into competition. In high school, I wrestled and played football, and loved the opportunity to challenge myself and pit myself against others. That’s probably why I ultimately decided to give CrossFit a try. I mean, I liked going…- Jared Brown -
I was encouraged to try a 101 class at Forge by my brother-in-law. He had heard about the gym through a mutual friend. He had already done a 101 class and was thinking about joining the gym. We used to…- Jonathan Spear -
Before starting CrossFit, I always enjoyed running and took some classes at the gym – spinning and a few weightlifting classes, but nothing too serious. I mainly enjoyed running half marathons, which I started doing after graduating from college. I…- Megan Bosley -
For me, the hardest part of working out at Forge is walking through that door for the first time. I’ve been a member for a little over 3 months, and I can honestly say that silencing the doubt and walking…- Ronnie Gatrey -
Forge has truly been life changing for me. I started at Forge at the beginning of August and have to say it has been the best experience as far a gym is concerned for me. Prior to joining, about the…- Randy Miller -
I started my CrossFit journey in late 2014 at another local gym. I was immediately taken by Crossfit and believe that it is everything that I've been looking for since I stopped playing soccer. I come from a sports-based family…- Stacey Hood -