Sponsored Content: Discuss workout regimens with people you know and chances are this is what you\u2019ll hear: They lift weights; they run; they do crunches; they may play a sport, either recreationally or in an adult league. For most, a shared similarity exists: Barbells one day, running several miles another, playing a tennis match or pickup basketball game on the weekend. Now, though, there is a way to break the routine and cover nearly all those exercise bases with a one-hour workout. In Ridgefield, too. After opening its refurbished doors at the site of a former gas station on Route 7 (626 Danbury Road) in early December, Trinity CrossFit will have a grand opening this Saturday, Jan. 14, from 9 to 1. The gym (or box, as it is known in CrossFit) is among 13,000 global affiliates of CrossFit, a fitness regimen comprised of constantly varied movements performed at high intensity. CrossFit workouts are based on functional movements, designed to incorporate aspects of gymnastics, weightlifting, running, rowing, and more. \u201cThe great thing about CrossFit is that it\u2019s an all-encompassing workout,\u201d said Frank Rios, the co-owner \u2014 along with his wife, Nicole \u2014 of Trinity CrossFit. \u201cIt\u2019s a mixture of everything I had been doing in terms of exercise.\u201d Rios first tried CrossFit six years ago after hearing about it from a next-door neighbor in Tampa, Fla., who was a strength and conditioning coach. Rios quickly became a believer and earned CrossFit Level 1 and Level 2 coaching certifications, teaching a version of the program during several deployments as a full-time staff member of the U.S. Army Reserves. After moving to Connecticut in 2011, Rios met Nicole, a licensed massage therapist \u2014 and now a CrossFit Level 1 certified coach \u2014 who had worked as an athletic trainer with several sports teams while studying at the University of Louisville. Their dream of opening a CrossFit affiliate got jump-started last year, when they came across the shuttered Sunoco station during a house-hunting trip. The couple invested more than $30,000 in renovations and top-of-the-line equipment, including rowing machines, Assault AirBikes, weight benches, barbells, gymnastics rings, ropes, and kettlebells. \u201cWhenever you open a business you are making a bet that you are going to be right,\u201d said Frank. \u201cSo far it is looking like we were right.\u201d His optimism is based on the early numbers: In less than a month, Trinity CrossFit has already attracted 40 members. \u201cOnce people give it a try they usually become hooked,\u201d said Frank. \u201cIt\u2019s a comprehensive, one-hour workout that is challenging, but fun, and based on each person\u2019s level.\u201d Before participating in the one-hour classes offered throughout the day, those new to CrossFit take a three-week On-Ramp program, which teaches proper form and mechanics for the exercises performed during the full workouts. Those interested in learning more about Trinity CrossFit are invited to stop by at Saturday\u2019s grand opening, which will include food and beverages. \u201cWe want the community to come and take a look,\u201d said Frank Rios. \u201cWe\u2019re confident that they will like what they see.\u201d For more information, call 203-909-0273 or visit trinitycrossfit.com.