Crossfit Lower Town Settling Into Former Saxton's Storefront

Feb 22, 2013 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Patch.com

When Crossfit Lower Town moved in 2012 from its former Old Village digs to the historic Saxton's Garden Center storefront in downtown Plymouth, owner Brian Schaefer said he wanted to keep the building's decades-long history intact.

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Dan

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Feb 22, 2013
 
Crossfit is very well organized. At first I wondered how a business like this could succeed. These people are serious. I see groups of various ages using kettle bells and rolling huge tires and running. They do it all and supervise it like having a drill instructor. Another company called TryCcity has attempted to take some business down the street by Ann Arbor Road (former Rite-Aid), but they don't have much equipment or experience. I expect them to go under soon.
Pete

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Try City is not in competition with Crossfit. Nothing is going on there. It might be close already.

Glade to find out that some part of the old Saxons will continue on.

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