“Limits, like fear, are often illusions we place on ourselves – whatever they may be. We all put limits on ourselves and others. It’s a part of life to fear failure, the unknown and to think something is not possible.”
Not here! We are Crossfit Nullis Terminis.
Our name is simple, yet meaningful. It’s Latin for “With No Limits.”
We believe everyone is capable of unbelievable things. Therefore, we place no limits on our athletes – in the gym or in life itself.
Our logo, an Olympic lifting plate with wings, is symbolic. The plate represents strength while the wings represent speed.
But, why do we reference the Olympics?
Within our community of athletes, family and friends, we strive to meet and exceed the ideal of both the original and modern Olympic games – building “a healthy mind in a healthy body.”
The belief that one’s development of the mind, spirit and body are linked was upheld by the ancient Greeks. A well-rounded individual was instructed, and practiced, in all areas. Therefore, an athletic victory was considered a credit to an athlete’s physical and moral values.
Physical training has long been valued for its role in developing qualities like strength, endurance and, above all, patience and perseverance.
The ancient Greeks strove to develop disciplined, devout and virtuous citizens of their democracy. And, the belief that the success of self-governance depended on the citizenry’s moral character was the foundation behind their holistic training of one’s mind, body and spirit.
Grecian athletes were involved in all aspects of society, including religion, education, arts and politics. Their physical discipline helped weave themselves into the fabric of society – leaving no area untouched.
And, at CrossFit Nullis Terminis, we strive to emulate ancient Greece’s Olympic ideology every day.