CrossFit Mt Washington, MD
Any affiliate you walk into near Mt Washington will say something similar…our coaches are great, our group loves each other, we compete hard but still have fun. So what makes NEVERMORE different?
From the top-down, there is no “me-first” mentality…our coaching staff-to-member ratio is more than 1-to-10. As an athlete, you have access to over a dozen coaches’ experience, tips, personalities, philosophies, and cues. We program for YOU, not for me. There are no WOD cliques…all of our programs are open to all of our athletes and everyone in the Mt Washington area is encouraged to participate!
We have a one-month commitment at all times…it is our belief that once you give us a fair shot you will continue to invest in your fitness at our affiliate in the Mt Washington area.
We have amenities…sure CrossFit has a garage gym mentality, but let’s face it, these things are nice: showers, locker rooms, child care, towel service, air conditioning…all alongside a fleet of indoor rowers, a Rogue pull-up rig, Weighlifting platforms and blocks, loud music, and all the standard CrossFit toys! We train and operate based on a simple maxim: To look good naked and have fun getting there!
Our Fitness Services
About Nevermore Fitness & Wellness
Nevermore Fitness & Wellness provides CrossFit, Personal Training, and Nutrition Coaching services to areas of Baltimore, Maryland.
Just as it was when we opened our doors over 10 years ago on February 1, 2012, your experience at Nevermore will always be true to our Core Values – community, determination, generosity, passion, & humility.
We offer both indoor and outdoor classes, led by some of the best Coaches in the Baltimore area and we are always happy to meet with you for a free intro to see how we can help. We want to learn about you…your goals and your workout history and your motivations.
Get to Know Mt Washington, Maryland
Mount Washington is an area of northwest Baltimore, Maryland. It is a designated city historic district and divided into two sections: South Road/Sulgrave to the southeast and Dixon’s Hill (or Dixon Hill) to the north. The Mount Washington Historic District was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1990 with a boundary increase in 2001, with five contributing buildings and four contributing structures.