Community-based fitness for all levels and age. Start at your own pace and be part of a community.

What is CrossFit?


CrossFit is a strength and conditioning program built on constantly varied, functional movements executed at high intensity.

Why Crossfit? 


  • Faster Results - It will get you fitter, faster and stronger using high-intensity programmes which are designed to challenge and push you outside of your comfort zone.

  • You will never get bored - Our programmes are always changing so your body and your mind will never be bored.

  • Natural & Effective -- You won’t see any machines. We use functional movements which are natural and effective and will deliver results.

  • Enhances 10 physical competencies - Cardiovascular & Respiratory, Endurance, Stamina, Strenght, Flexibility, Power, Speed, Coordination, Agility, Balance, Accuracy

Why us?

  • You get 24/7 access to our state-of-the-art over 5,000 sqm GYM. 

  • ​​CrossFit Noble Park welcomes beginners, advanced athletes, old and young individuals to be part of our team!

  • Our facility is modern, clean and spacious, updated with the latest equipment for your CrossFit workouts.

Join us

(Includes Free 24/7 gym access)

Join our team and get the most out of your training


Richard Pluchinotta


Richard is a humble and dedicated coach that loves the community side of Crossfit. Richard comes from a weightlifting background and likes anything that involves a heavy bar. 


  • Functional Fitness, Weightlifting, High-intensity training

​Qualifications & Courses:

  • Crossfit Level 1 Coach

  • First Aid + CPR

Stanks Peric


Stanko (aka Stanks) has been an active Crossfit athlete since 2014. Spending years training at gyms and weightlifting where he developed a strong understanding of the fundamentals of compound movements as well as the importance of fuelling your body for optimal health and performance. 


  • Functional fitness, Weightlifting, Weight loss, High-intensity training

​Qualifications & Courses:

  • Crossfit Level 1 Coach

  • First Aid

  • CPR

Edouard Ahkong


Ed has always been involved in high-level performance sports, injury prevention and rehabilitation. He has the best of both worlds being a CrossFit Coach and Physiotherapist.


  • Functional Fitness, Injury prevention, Rehabilitation Movement analysis, High-intensity training

​Qualifications & Courses:

  • Crossfit Level 1 Coach

  • Bachelor of Exercise Science and Human Movement

  • Masters of Physiotherapy Advanced agility training Movement assessment Tool Level 2 Course

  • The sports level 1 hip and groin

  • First aid + CPR

Nathan Lambie


Nathan has been involved in CrossFit since 2016. Normally quiet, get him in a CrossFit setting and he becomes one of the loudest. Nathan has developed a passion for weightlifting, metcons & community and uses his career in Social Work and cognitive brain studies to compliment his training. He is also a stickler for a good tune in the box.



  • Functional Fitness Weightlifting Weight Loss High-Intensity Training Fitness Modification Mindfulness and Fitness


Qualifications & Courses

  • Certificate 3 and 4 in Fitness CrossFit Level 1 Coach CrossFit Scaling Course First Aid + CPR

CrossFit FAQ

Are the chances of injury more if I do CrossFit rather than normal exercise?

There’s always a risk of injury with anything you do in life. To limit the risk of injury we ensure a good warmup and cooldown are included in the classes and our coaches will ensure you’re doing the correct form.


Am I fit enough to do CrossFit?

We cater for ALL levels of fitness. You don’t need to be an athlete to come to classes. Exercises can be scaled back and modified to suit any individual no matter your age, shape or size.


Who has benefited from CrossFit?

A HUGE range of people have benefited from CrossFit – from professional athletes to the sedentary, overweight or elderly and everyone in between. Everyone can benefit and change their lives for the better by introducing CrossFit into their lives.


What does WOD mean?

Workout of the Day – this is the exercise programme we have scheduled for the class on a given day. You will hear the term WOD a lot!

What about Nutrition?

What food and drink you put into your body has a HUGE impact on your health and wellbeing.


What does AMRAP mean?

AMRAP stands for As Many Rounds As Possible. There could be a workout that is set for say 20 minutes and you have to complete as many of those exercises in that set period of time.


How many times a week should I do a CrossFit class?

The recommended minimum amount of times you should train is 3 times a week to really benefit physically. 5 times a week is ideal.