Kids Fitness Club starting March 5

We’re excited to announce a new after school club for kids starting March 5 at Iota Fitness. Kids of school age are invited to participate. Classes run Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday from 3:30 p.m. to 4:15 p.m. and the cost is $50 per month.

Your kids will learn the foundations of physical fitness, and make new friends while working out under the supervision of trained coaches.

Please fill out the waiver below for each child you are registering (every person needs their own waiver).

Athlete Profile – Coach Chance Pebley

Meet new Coach Chance Pebley. He usually works out with the 5:15 p.m. crew, but maybe you’ve seen him at a Saturday WOD, or during one of the other class times. Here’s an opportunity to get to know him a little bit better; he starts coaching classes March 1. 

Chance lives in North Logan with his wife Kendall, their chocolate lab Copper, and they are expecting their first baby boy late April.

Q: How long have you been participating in high intensity interval training (HIIT) and Olympic lifting?
A: 6 years

Q: What activities do you enjoy outside of the gym?
A: I love hiking, boating, and enjoy cross country skiing.

Q: What is your day job?
A: I do medical billing at the Budge Clinic.

Q: Where are you from?
A: Rupert, Idaho

Q: What’s your go-to healthy meal?
A: Oh man… water? Steak and salad, if that counts.

Q: What’s your favorite cheat meal?
A: Super cheesy quesadillas or nachos

Q: What’s your favorite crossfit-style movement?
A: This is like playing the game “Would you Rather…?” Burpees.

Q: What is your favorite lift?
A: Snatch

Q: Name three things in your fridge right now. Don’t look.
A: Milk, steak, butter

Q: What’s your favorite song to workout to:
A: Back in Black by AC/DC; I like to listen to rock in the gym, but country and pop is what I listen to when I drive.

Q: What’s your favorite WOD?
A: That’s like asking how I want to die. My favorite is Grace (30 clean and jerk for time).

Q: What is something about you that people would be surprised to know?
A: I lived in Adelaide, Australia for 4 months and surfed, fished, and babysat my niece and nephew. Yes, I was a manny.

Q: If there was a WOD named after you, what would it be?
A: Take a Chance – 5 rounds for time: 10 pull-ups; 15 burpees; 20 wall balls; 30 calorie airdyne

Here’s Chance with some people you’ll probably recognize, including his brother, Ty, his sister-in-law, Ronnie, his wife, and his sister, Jazz.

2.16.18 “Daniel McCartney”


“Daniel McCartney”

In teams of 3
2000 meter Row
14 Dumbbell Thrusters 50/35
34 Kettlebell Swings 70/53
484 Double-Unders
108 Burpees
2000 meter Row
18 Deadlifts 225/155

This Hero WOD is dedicated to Pierce County Officer Daniel McCartney who ended his watch on January 8, 2018.

The significance of the rep scheme is as follows: row and thrusters represent 2014, year he started with Pierce County, 34 swings signify his age when he passed away, 484 double-unders for his badge number, burpees for the date of his passing (1/08), another row and deadlifts for the year, 2018, when he passed. The 3 rounds are for the 3 sons he left behind.