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CrossFit Slash Opens Reebok’s 1st Affiliated Box in Sanlitun!
From the ashes of Middle Kingdom Fitness (MKF) rises the first officially affiliated Reebok CrossFit box in Beijing – CrossFit Slash!
Just 2 years since MKF first brought Crossfit Fitness to Beijing in what was known as “the dungeon of Guanghua Lu SOHO”, owner Tim Hill has officially moved out of his small yet functional space into a glorious new gym-come-true. Though the last gym was the size of a shoebox compared to this new monstrosity, it was home to many active Beijingers who were looking for an outlet that wasn’t conventional.