CrossFit Tustin

Don’t go unless you are into that

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Published: 10 December 2019

Posted by: Anonymously

My time at the CrossFit at Tustin was short, and I’m glad it ended, I had never been to such an unhealthy place before, it’s a pleasure for me not to be a part of their toxic community. But let me get a little more into detail here.
So, I am a very healthy person, and I like spending most of my free time in a gym. I recently moved from GA, so I was looking for a new gym when I found this one. It was close to me, so I decided to give it a try, I was fascinated by the coaches, and the equipment they had, everything looked very professional. Yes, it was expensive, but it was worth the price.
I started my training with a personal coach the next day, everything was great, he was very professional and knew exactly how to get the best out of our sessions. Being that I only trained with my personal coach, I barely got to talk with other people in the gym, and when I tried to approach someone, it looked like they were trying to avoid me, so I found it weird when this woman approached me during one of my breaks, talking as if she wanted to sell me something. At the moment, I was confused and didn’t know what to do, so I just ignored her, my coach also told me to just ignore her, which I thought was weird, but you know.
After a day or so, I started noticing that there were groups of people gathering in the corners, like a private group or something. I asked around, but no one would talk about it. Little by little, I got closer to this group, and found out what was going on in the corners of this place, they were indeed selling something, steroids. After the initial shock, I slowly paid more and more attention to the ones buying it, they were the ones that always got first in contests organized around the area, they were very kind people on the outside, but the more I saw them, the more I realized something was not right. I would never even consider putting that junk in my body, so after getting my questions answered, I kept my distance from these people. I stayed there because the location was convenient for me, but every time it got harder and harder to ignore my surroundings.
Sometimes, these people would start fights with the newcomers without any provocation, they yelled and were very rude with them, making it hard for me to concentrate on my own lessons. Over time, I just decided to leave the place, the ambiance there was so toxic, it was hard to just go in there and see people gathering in the corner like rats, seeing how the ones who used “R-oids” attracted all the attention and used this to practically bully those who were just starting to train. I felt safe around my coach but going to a place where you’re scared of pretty much everybody isn’t healthy at all.

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