It's Our Pleasure to Introduce,  

Mr. Steve P. Clegg

Steve, owner and head CrossFit trainer enjoys teaching and developing strength, consistency, and self confidence in every student . No matter what athletic or non athletic background you come from Steve has seen it and helped. A former chubby middle and high schooler Steve has dedicated his professional career to helping others achieve their fitness and health goals. Steve has trained and attended multiple CrossFit speciality courses and became one of the youngest CF-L3 Trainers in the Nation. 

"Do Better, Be Better, Puppies Gotta Eat"

When did you start coaching?

I started coaching part time as an assistant Cross Country coach at Melbourne High School in 2013. At the time running was my passion. In 2015 After two years at several CrossFit Boxes I decided to coach privates and small group classes. Since passing my Level 1 in 2016, Level 2 in 2018, and becoming a Certified CrossFit Trainer in 2021 I have helped thousands of people reach their fitness and health goals.

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Why Cirque Athletics?

In college I found myself an outsider, as I did not find myself at parties or causing a scene on campus. Instead, I spent the overwhelming majority of my free time at a CrossFit box! Going from running a few miles everyday to learning what felt like a whole new language was exhilarating, and was always a talking point for me at any social occasion.  After college I worked at three other gyms developing and crafting my skills as a trainer. After nearly eight years of hard work I decided to open my own business and create a space I wanted to be in everyday.  Believe me when I say I have poured my soul and dedication into making CrossFit Cirque what it is today.

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What is your Favorite Apparatus?

The gymnastic rings are my favorite apparatus. The exact time and place where rings first appeared is unknown but it is widely accepted that they evolved from a trapeze-like device. Individuals who work the rings are in possession of an upper body strength that finds no equal in weightlifting or other calisthenics. The ringman, pound for pound, presents more upper body strength, along more lines of action, than any other athlete on the planet!

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What is your Favorite Named Workout?

"Fight Gone Bad" 
 

3 Rounds For Total Reps:

1:00 Wall Ball Shots  (20/14) 10'/9'

1:00  Sumo Deadlift High Pulls (75/55)

1:00 Box Jumps (20")

1:00 Push Press (75/55)

1:00 Calorie Row

1:00 Rest

I enjoy the complimentary movements that allow a consistent athlete to really push at their pace. 

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What is your Favorite Local Restaurant?

Whichever restaurant Katie wants to go to. I typically ask her to order two entrees and we split them so she can taste the best of two  meals!

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What's one Fun Fact about you?!

.I am an Eagle Scout