In 2009, Peak 360 Fitness opened its doors in Miami, Florida.
Guido Trinidad is the founder of the Box. The gym has 6,500 square feet of space and is known for some of its elite athletes, from Trinidad himself to Noah Ohlsen. However, when interviewed for the cover story, Trinidad made it clear they were more than just a gym. “When you walk in through the doors, you know it/feel it automatically,” he said. “We have fun here. People enjoy spending time with each other in and out of the Box. We work hard and we play hard.”
As you take a peek into Peak 360, see if you can feel the fun vibe Trinidad notes they have:
Palm trees and Florida flare surround Peak 360, marking it as a Miami gym.
The rig runs straight down the space, sending athletes into a face off as they squat. It also gives Peak 360 Coaches a pathway to walk down.
A class is addressed by the Coach in preparation for the WOD.
Simple furniture allows for community members to gather in the gym space.
Natural light fills the gym whenever the big bay doors are flung open – which is a lot, since it’s Miami.
Detailed wall art – and Wodapalooza equipment flare – give the gym its unique look, all while keeping to a specific color scheme.