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2120 E. Rose Garden Lane
Suite C1

Phoenix, AZ 85024

(480) 626-0905


Welcome To Wildfire CrossFit

Welcome to Wildfire CrossFit Phoenix, AZ! CrossFit is a fitness program like no other. It develops all ten areas of physical fitness using functional movements that are constantly varied and performed at high intensity. What does that mean for you? We combine weight lifting, cardiovascular endurance, body weight movements, and flexibility to offer a professionally coached program that produces results, never gets boring, and creates a strong community of people who work together to improve their lives through fitness.  Whether you’re looking to start your first fitness program, or are a seasoned athlete looking to improve performance, Wildfire CrossFit in Phoenix is for you. 

What's Happening at Wildfire Crossfit


    The 2015 CrossFit Games Open is officially underway and we are ready for it! At WildFire CrossFit we will be doing the workout as a Community on Saturday morning at 10am. We will have other times available however, Saturday is the time that we recommend and would prefer our athletes do workout 15.1. Why? This is when the atmosphere will be at its best. The energy and excitement of more athletes in the community cheering you on and the intensity of having other athletes performing nearby will push you to go harder and faster and do better. This is the time to make it happen. There is a sign up sheet in the gym for athletes to let us know when they will be doing the workout this week and we wil have a new one up each week. Even if you are doing the workout on Saturday, please put your name on the sign up sheet so that we can establish heats and pair you with judges.

    We will be doing the Open workout during class on Friday for athletes who will not be participating in the Open AND for athletes to do a walk through to get ready for Saturday. This WILL NOT be a time to do the workout officially with a judge present. If you still need to register for the Open, CLICK HERE or go to

    Here are a few tips for getting through the Open workouts.

    1. Take advantage of the Friday class to get a feel for the workout, strategize, and get ready for Saturday.

    2. DO NOT wear yourself out ahead of time. If you are doing the workout on Saturday then you need to take it a bit easier on Thursday and Friday. No, this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t workout. What it means is that you should go a little lighter, get the blood moving, get a good sweat going, and get in a lot of mobility. This is NOT a test that you can cram for.

    3. Get a good night of sleep and put the right gas in your tank. The Open is game time and your best opportunity to do your best on the workout is the first time you do it. Be ready to go.

    4. Have a plan. If you have seen the workout it is a bit different from anything they have done in years past. You have to have a game plan going in, know what you are doing, and, especially for 15.1B of the workout, know where you will start and how you will go up in weight. Matt Fraser admitted in the post interview after his battle with Rich Froning that he went up in weight too fast.

    5. HAVE FUN! Unless you are a professional CrossFit athlete, this is designed for fun and it is a great learning experience. As Coaches, we are proud of every athlete who participates as long as they give it their 100% effort from GO. Challenge yourself, push yourself to the limit, and have fun doing it.

    We are really excited for this year’s Open. If you have any questions or need any help or advice in figuring out what to do for the workouts, feel free to ask a coach. That’s what we are here for. And if you are NOT doing the Open competition, we would love for you to come cheer on your fellow WildFire athlete on Saturday and help to push them and cheer them on. We are going to do this the way we do everything else at WildFire CrossFit….working TOGETHER!

    Friday, February 27th 2015

    Warm Up: 800M Run
    5-10 Min of Mobility: Shoulders, Hips, Foam Roll, LAX Ball

    Core Work:
    1 Min Plank Hold
    1 Min Plank Balance
    1 Min Rest
    x 2-3 Rounds      

    Strength: Bench Press
    2 Warm up sets of 10 reps at light weight.
    Then: 5-5-5 at the same weight

    Skill Work: Clean & Jerk and Toes 2 Bar

    WOD: 15.1
    15.1: 9 Min AMRAP
    15x Toes 2 Bar
    10x Deadlifts 115/75
    5x Snatch 115/75

    15.1A: 9:01 – 15:00
    1 Rep Max Clean & Jerk

  • CrossFit Games Open Workout 15.1 Announcement TONIGHT at 6pm!
    CrossFit Games Open Workout 15.1 Announcement TONIGHT at 6pm!

    The CrossFit Games Open announcement is TONIGHT at 6pm! Check out to watch the live announcement and watch CrossFit Games 4 time Champion Rich Froning go head to head with 2nd Fittest Man on Earth, Mathew Fraser. What a way to kick off the CrossFit Games Open Competition!

    Thursday, February 26th 2015

    Warm Up: 3 Min Jump Rope
    10x Good Mornings
    10x Bench Dips
    10x Deep Lunges
    1 Min Wall Sit
    1 Min Couch Stretch
    x 2 Rounds

    Strength: Back Squat

    WOD: Tabata
    Sit Ups – KB Swings – Calorie Row

  • Wednesday Workout

    Wednesday, February 25th 2015

    Warm Up: 200M Run
    10x Down/Up Dog
    10x Hollow Ups
    10x Superman
    x 3 Rounds

    Strength: Push Press 3-3-3-3-3

    WOD: 12 Min AMRAP
    20 Calorie Row
    Then in remaining Time
    5x Handstand Push Ups
    10x Toes 2 Bar
    15x Box Jumps

  • Fire & Ice Challenge Competition at WildFire CrossFit May 9th 2015
    Fire & Ice Challenge Competition at WildFire CrossFit May 9th 2015

    We are excited to announce that on May 9th, 2015 we will be hosting the Fire & Ice Challenge Competition at WildFire CrossFit! This Competition will be open to all as we will have Male & Female Scaled and Rx, Rx Teams of 4 (2 Men and 2 Women) Scaled Teams of 4 (2 Men and 2 Women, and Masters Individual.

    We have put all of the details on the WildFire Events page and registration is now open. There will be a limited number of spots available and this competition will be open to the entire CrossFit Community so be sure to reserve your spot today! We will announce the workouts exactly 2 months before the event on March 14th. We will have a website up with all of the details and updates by the beginning of next week.

    This event will have an Endurance portion, a Strength Portion, and a CrossFit WOD. There will be a 4th and final event for the top athletes and teams in each division.

    A portion os the proceeds of this even will go to the 100 Club of Arizona which is an organization that provides financial assistance to public service officers and their families including the Firefighters and Police Officers who keep our communities safe.

    Green Chili Grill Food Truck will be there all day including the morning and we will have many other events and booths going on.

    Registration will go from 7am until 8:30am the morning of the event. The athlete briefing will begin at 8:45 am and the first heat will start at 9:15am.

    We are excited to be able to have this competition at WildFire CrossFit and would love all of the support. If you know someone who would like to be a sponsor OR you would like to volunteer to judge or help with set up and tear down, please let us know as soon as possible.

    Tuesday, February 24th 2015

    Warm Up: 400M Run
    3 Minutes of Jump Rope
    Line Drills & Mobility

    Strength: Front Rack Lunges
    5-4-3-2-2 (Right Leg & Left Leg equals 1)

    Double Unders
    Deadlift (155/100)

  • It was an incredible experience and a LOT of Laughs!
    It was an incredible experience and a LOT of Laughs!

    Ragnar 2015 is in the books and with the exception of all the damn running; it was an absolutely incredible time. We left the gym at 9am on Friday morning and finished at approximately 6pm on Saturday evening. As a team we averaged just over 17 miles each. The longest combined legs were 23.7 miles and the shortest combined were 14.2 and the average run was 5.7 miles. Coach Kern ran a very tough half marathon leg which is 13.5 miles. Even with all of the running, we had a blast!

    The best part was getting to know the 5 other people in our van and creating an experience that will last a lifetime. You really get to know someone when you are with them in a van for that long. We challenged each other, cheered each other on, and worked together as a team to finish the Ragnar Relay Race. And when it was all said and done, we all crossed the finish line TOGETHER as a team. It was a great example of what Wildfire CrossFit is all about and I am SO proud of all of the people who participated in this event.

    In our Van we had: Chris Kern, Tiffany & Skip Divelbiss, Staci Budde, Tiffany Vacca, and Nicole James. Other WildFire runners were: Chris Stasik, Bri Maynes, Kris Schlepp, Consie Walton, & Travis Hintz

    There were several people who supported us along the way and helped us get through this event. A very special shout out and THANK YOU goes out to all of them. Kris Schlepp got our team shirts printed quickly and they came out great! Coach & Massage Therapist Matt Buse got up early and put his skills to work on our trashed legs. Probably wouldn’t have been able to run my last leg without him. Finally, for not only providing a place to stay but also cooking excellent, and much needed food when we got there,  my parents, Doug & Jane Divelbiss, and Tiffany V’s partner, Pam Thomas.

    Yes, this is an event that I will definitely do again and I think most of the people who participated will agree. I encourage all of you to do Ragnar, or something like it for the challenge, the experience, and the bond it will create with the friends you take with you along the way.

    Monday, February 23rd 2015

    Warm Up: Partners
    Sprint on Rower while partner does:
    10x OH Squats
    10x Push Ups
    x 3 Rounds

    Strength: Clean & Jerk 3-3-3-3-3

    3x Clean & Jerks
    6x Chest 2 Bar Pull Ups
    9x Bar Over Burpees
    x 7 Rounds

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