Unleashing Human Performance

Northern Westchester's Premier CrossFit Facility

Downstate CrossFit was founded in 2014 by a group who wanted to cultivate a truly positive environment for CrossFitters. Long story short – it worked.

People come to Downstate for the top notch programming, and they stay for the community.

Our coaches are some of the best in the industry with years of experience and passion driving everything they do. No matter what your goals are – to lose weight, gain muscle, train for a competition, or simply feel better every day – our coaches will help you get there.

Supportive, encouraging, and always pushing each other to be better, our members are what make our gym truly unique. If you’re looking for the boost a little friendly competition with your peers can give you, this is the place to find it. We welcome athletes of all ages and skill levels - drop in today to learn what Downstate can do for you.

Sweat now. Shine later.

Ready. Set. GO!

Our Facility

Inside our 5,000-square-foot facility in Briarcliff Manor, you’ll find everything you need to reach your fitness goals. From our top-of-the-line CrossFit equipment to our convenient showers and dedicated kids areas our facility has everything you need to get your workout in and get you out the door.

  • love that CrossFit is a community, and the people can help you conquer your fears and do what you never thought was possible. CrossFit is not a cult, but a place where people have your back just in case you fall and are there to cheer you on when you do something amazing.

    Luzia Cordero

  • As a guy used to lifting heavy weights and doing my own thing, CrossFit is extremely humbling. The coaches are what make DSCF different. I was also surprised by the closeness of the DSCF community. Our backgrounds, careers and ages are all so different, yet I feel like I have developed real friendships.

    Jonathan Goldheim

  • "I was initially very intimidated by all the strong members around me. But I realized that everyone is on their own journey and you are really competing with yourself."

    Boncy Mathai