Rise and Rise Again, Until Lambs Become Lions

At CrossFit 352 we focus on virtuosity, functionality, and fun.  We encourage our athletes to strive to become the best version of themselves. Safety is imperative when performing high intensity variable movements,  and we pride ourselves on keeping all of our members healthy and injury free.  Our coaches will insure that member’s technique is perfect before progressing them along in the program. If you’re looking for an easy gym without a community to push you, then keep looking.  We offer an unparalleled supportive community that will provide you with all of the tools necessary to make yourself better each day you step in the gym.  Come in and give us a try, I am positive we will not let you down.



Adam Muir
Adam MuirOwner, General Manager

As a Gainesville native, Adam grew up in town where he attended school at the University of Florida to pursue a Bachelor’s in History. While in school he fell in love with CrossFit and the methodology behind the madness. It’s now 6 years later and nothing has changed. Shortly after graduating from the Santa Fe EMS program in 2014, he began to build his dream of becoming a CrossFit Affiliate.

Established in 2015, CrossFit 352 has become, as he says, “the reason to wake up every morning with a smile on my face knowing that I get to help my friends and family by teaching them CrossFit.”

“Rise and rise again, until lambs become lions.”

Dez Ambruso

On my first day of CrossFit, my fitness level could have been described as “naturally athletic enough to fake it through most sports.” I was approaching my 30th birthday and finally decided this was not good enough. Mostly I wanted to feel better about turning 30, look better in a bikini, have abs, -insert cliche thing people say before they learn about how fitness actually works-. I had never lifted a barbell. I couldn’t do a pull-up. My squat looked like a swim start.

I quickly learned that these were things I needed to fix but certainly never thought they would become some of the things I’d look forward to doing on a daily basis. I started CrossFit for superficial reasons, but I stayed because I fell in love with getting stronger. I met my best friend at CrossFit, who I proudly own this gym with now. I made great friends I never would have met if not for our wild, addictive, painful, wonderful common interest. I am stronger, have better mobility, am happier and healthier at 34 years old than I was at 20. Becoming a CrossFit athlete has made my life better in more ways than I could have imagined. I now have the opportunity, along with Adam and Pablo, to allow this to happen for others. We want people to make their lives better, their skin tougher and their appetite for strength insatiable. And we want them to do it here.
Grant Smith
Grant SmithCOACH

My name’s Grant and I’m an 11 year veteran of the U.S. Navy. I graduated the U.S. Naval Academy in 2006 and spent my career as a pilot operating in multiple locations around the globe to include Japan, El Salvador, Greece, Bahrain, Iraq, Djibouti, and Qatar. I started CrossFit in October 2013 and immediately fell in love with it.

I love the challenge every day provides as well as the camaraderie developed in the box amongst the members. During my second tour in the Navy I was a flight school instructor pilot and between that and mentoring at the local high school I realized I thoroughly enjoyed teaching and wanted to do more, so I got my CrossFit certification upon leaving the Navy. I’m passionate about helping people realize and achieve their goals, all the while motivating and encouraging them to do so. CrossFit has had such a positive impact on my life, and I enjoy having the opportunity to do the same for others.

What’s up fitness fanatics! My CrossFit journey started way back in 2011 in a steamy tent in Kuwait. The group of guys and girls I had the pleasure of meeting really made my second endeavor (my initial encounter was a disaster) with CrossFit a great experience! So much so that I began shadowing classes and hanging out after class to find out all there was to know about this new fitness craze that was sweeping the country.

Long story short that experience drove me in the direction of wanting to become a coach and giving back to masses that same initial love of fitness that I encountered when I was introduced to CrossFit for the second time. Shortly after returning I joined a local box. After some time I began an apprenticeship and have been coaching for the past seven years.
Brian Simon
Brian SimonCOACH
Hi my name is Brian. I am a Automation Engineer for a pharmaceutical manufacturing facility. I was introduced to CrossFit about 7 years ago, and it is honestly the only fitness style that has kept me interested and wanting to pursue my fitness goals. I became a coach at Crossfit352 about a year ago and I have really enjoyed teaching people all of the things that I have learned through my experiences. If you come to CrossFit 352 you will not be disappointed. Let us help you become the beast you want to be.
Lauren Blanch
Lauren BlanchCOACH

My name is Lauren, I am currently attending the University of Florida pursuing a degree in Health Education and Behavior. My CrossFit journey started in 2018 when I first attended a CrossFit class at CrossFit 352. I immediately fell in love with the sport and when on to get my CF-L1. Aside from being a CrossFit Coach I am also a NASM Certified Personal Trainer. My passion is fitness and I am pursuing every avenue to help others in their journey!

Ronald St Germain
Ronald St Germain COACH
Hi , my name is Ronald. I am currently attending Santa Fe College pursuing a degree in Accounting. I started CrossFit a little over 2 years ago after watching The CrossFit Games documentary on Netflix. After watching the documentary I joined CrossFit 352 , my decision to join the gym has changed my life. Now my goal is to help others become physically and mentally prepared for anything ranging from day-to-day tasks to vigorous workouts. Drop in and come be apart of the CrossFit 352 family 🦁
Cameron Zamot
Cameron ZamotCOACH
Cameron started his fitness journey in 2013 at a small CrossFit gym in Massachussets. He used CrossFit to help him race in over 50 triathlons, including a national championship and a half Ironman. After that, he rowed heavyweight crew for Navy before returning to CrossFit as the head coach of CrossFit Blue and Gold in Annapolis, MD. He led the team to a 2nd place finish at Wodapalooza Miami in January 2019 before transferring to UF in the spring. He immediately joined the 352 family and now attends the 5:15 class every day. You can spot him filming CrossFit classes or riding his Onewheel around town!

CrossFit Myths and Truths


  • CrossFit makes you bulky

  • CrossFit is dangerous and prone to injuring people

  • CrossFit is too expensive


  • CrossFit will help you become fitter than you ever have been

  • CrossFit at its core is a functional fitness program that is dedicated to improving health and longevity

  • CrossFit is affordable on any household income with several different plans we can find one that is right for you!


We offer a variety of membership options to fit your fitness goals and needs.