*SPRING SPECIAL* | Dogtown Athletic - Oakland Boxing and Oakland CrossFit



Try one week FREE!
Are you on the fence about trying Dogtown Athletic / Hella Crossfit?
We are offering all prospective members 1 week for FREE. If you have any friends who are interested, please let them know about this amazing deal. We offer Personal Training, CrossFit, Boxing, and youth programs.



Don’t Wait!

If you are thinking about getting started with us, April is the perfect month to join! This month, we are introducing a brand new series of CrossFit On Ramp classes with Fabien. Sign up for the 3 class series to ease into the moves, experience the culture, and find out why everyone can’t get enough of CrossFit! The 3 classes are already included in your monthly membership, so come on by! The series will be at 7pm Monday and Wednesday evenings and 1pm on Saturdays.

Meet Dogtown’s Newest Trainers

Jessica Reddit
Please welcome our newest CrossFit trainers, Matt Andrus and Jessica Reddit! Matt will be teaching Tuesday and Thursday classes at 6pm and Jessica will be teaching the Friday 6pm class.

Jessica Reddit

My athletic background started with distance running (cross-country in high school) and I have run a handful of half and full marathons. A few years ago, I started rock climbing at a local gym and one of my climbing partners insisted that I try CrossFit. I eventually went to a class and was immediately hooked. I officially started CrossFit in January 2012 and haven’t looked back. One thing I love about it is that there is always something to work on; the journey is never complete. I am really excited to help others on their CrossFit journey at Dogtown!


Matt Andrus

Matt- New Teacher
I began my career in the fitness industry by following a rather unlikely path. Despite being diagnosed at an early age with Legg-Perthes disease, a childhood hip disorder that can lead to severe bone loss and result in very limited athletic activity, I saw some success at high school sports and have always enjoyed the outdoors and active pursuits. As my academic and professional pursuits had nothing to do with fitness, it wasn’t until moving to San Francisco in 2007 and trying my hand at the sport of triathlon that I considered myself even an amateur athlete. But through years of training and racing, and through increased involvement with Team in Training, I ultimately became a certified TNT L1 Triathlon Coach and found that helping others achieve their athletic goals was as satisfying as achieving my own. In 2011, I found CrossFit as an off-season strength program, and after three years of participation, I decided to acquire my CrossFit L1 credentials in order to improve my own skills and bring my knowledge and expertise to other athletes. My philosophy of training is that first and foremost, we should be having fun! Yes, we put in hard work, and yes, it hurts sometimes, but it’s all worth it when we see improvements in strength, endurance, mobility, and reach our goals.





Sharing Our Success Stories

Check out our brand new success story videos on the website. A big thank you Oscar B. and Michael McCarthy for sharing your stories and to Jasson Pierre and Eugene Yoon for your talent in creating these videos.

If you would like to share your unique story, let us know!


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