Building Excellent Capacity Around Excellent Mechanics


Welcome to CrossFit Fahrenheit, the UAE's first established CrossFit Affiliate since 2010, dedicated to teaching Dubai's community of fitness enthusiast about our concept of exercise built on "Constantly Varied, Functional Movements, Executed at High Intensity". Our method of training is different because we approach the idea of becoming healthier and fitter with 'General Physical Preparedness' exercises, a fervent concern for correct and safe physical movements, and holistic eating.

Our box (gym) is the second established crossfit facility in Dubai. You'll find our gym simply outfitted with the most popular crossfit equipment to help you achieve your fitness goals. Our gym is consider the "Original Garage Gym Of Dubai" because yeah, it looks like a garage with a street for running conveniently located just outside our front door. We believe that CrossFit isn't just an experience confined to the gym but a training method that can be used anywhere, anytime.

What you will get in our box is tailored programming, detailed coaching from coach Bilaal Broadway and an outstanding since of leadership. Your goals are our priority and we program in accordance with those goals. We will teach you the foundational movements of CF so that your experience is educating, safe and physically fulfilling.

Flexibility and Accuracy

Getting Started

Getting started at CrossFit Fahrenheit is simple. All you need to do is review the checklist below, determine which time fits your schedule, and make an appointment. We run small group classes at Fahrenheit to assure quality coaching and exercise comprehension. However, there are different levels of coaching that are available at CFF. If you are interested in 'Beginners Classes, Intermediate Classes, or Advanced Classes' please affirm which time and class level you are interested in upon registration.

Our programming is designed to help everyone and anyone who's looking to improve their lifestyle, fitness capacity and sport performance.

Checklist for getting signed up

Select your desired time from the hours listed below. If your schedule requires you to make a change and attend the other teams scheduled time, make sure you speak with your coach to work out any modification to your time

  • Email Coach Bilaal at to get on the list for the chosen time slot.
  • You can also call the coach @ 056-913-6779 for appointments.
  • You will need to sign the waiver and PAY YOUR FEE BEFORE TRAINING.
  • Please do this as early as possible since the classes are filling up quickly and your spot is not reserved until YOUR PAPERWORK IS FINALIZE AND YOU HAVE PAID!

Daily Class Hours

Sunday: 2:30PM-4:00PM, 4:00-5:00PM, 5:00PM-6:00PM, 6:00-7:00PM,
Monday:2:30PM-4:00PM, 4:00-5:00PM, 5:00PM-6:00PM, (No Class) 8:00PM-9:00PM
Tuesday: 4:00-5:00PM, 5:00PM-6:00PM, 6:00PM-7:00PM 7-8PM (No Class)

Wednesday: 2:30PM-4:00PM, 4:00-5:00PM, 5:00PM-6:00PM, 6:00PM-7:00PM, 7-8PM (No Class)
Thursday: 2:30PM-4:00PM, 4:00-5:00PM, 5:00PM-6:00PM, 6:00PM-7:00PM 7-8PM (No Class) Saturday: 12:00PM-2:00PM

Speciality Training Day:

Saturday's Speciality Training Day is designed for those who are interested in learning a specific skills development to help improve their performance as a competitive athlete or just simply looking to get better at your general physical fitness

Sunday, Monday then Wednesday, Thursday at 5:00PM are for advance athletes only

Price Description

At Fahrenheit, the fees are for coaching and not the glamorously outfitted gym. We work with dumbbells, barbells, kettlebells, sandbags, gymnastic rings, plyometric boxes, jump ropes and many more fun tools. All are used to help you become the fitness icon you desire to be. All are used to help you move better and realistically!

See Fees Below:

Group Class Fees:

  • 1,000 AED month to month

Open Gym Fee:

  • 150 AED but these classes must be made in advance only.

Satelite Coaching:

  • 2,000 AED

Health can now be concisely and precisely defined as increased work capacity across broad time, modal, and age domains. Work capacity is the ability to perform real physical work as measured by force x distance / time (which is average power). Fitness is this ability in as many domains as possible..


Curve Building, Ground Floor, Off. 12
Sheikh Zayed Road

Location behind Camelo Sports Cafe

Dubai, United Arab Emirates

Contact Us Now: 056-913-6779


The Fuel Station

Progenex Recovery now available in Belgian Chocolate for those interested in purchasing. You can contact me directly or visit the box during opening hours. Get yourself fueled for greater performance!


Coach Bilaal

Bilaal Broadway is a US national and the owner/ head coach at CrossFit Fahrenheit.

Bilaal is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist through the International Fitness Professionals AssociationNational, and a CrossFit Level 1 certified coach, CrossFit Endurance certified coach, CossFit Mobility certified coach,and is working on being a HQ staff trainer. Bilaal has a passion for helping others develop and achieve their goals and believes the most rewarding avenue to make this happen is through health and fitness.

As a strength and conditioning professional, Bilaal has a diverse background. He has worked with youth athletes, athletes with special needs, coached members of royal families in Dubai, and trained military personnel  for combat–an arduous task requiring not only physical but mental preparedness as well. Working with clients ranging from housewives to Sheikhs of the emirates, he has created and implemented strategies yielding RESULTS.

Education & Qualifications:

BA, Barber Scotia College/Rowan Cabarrus Community College (1994)

IFPA Strength and Sports Conditioning Specialist (Since 1996)

Certified Kick Boxing Instructor (1998-Crunch Fitness)

IFPA Advanced Personal Trainer (2009)

Basic CPR/AED (2009)

CrossFit Level 1 Trainer (2010, Puyallup, WA USA 2010)

CrossFit Coaches Prep Course (2011 Perth, Australia 2011)

CrossFit Endurance Certification ( London, UK, 2013)



Martial Arts –Brazilian Jiu Jitsu

Intercollegiate Track/Field- Intercollegiate American Football

Weightlifting- Bodybuilding, Amateur/National Qualifier


Competition Results:

2013 Battle Of The East 12th Place Finisher

2012 Reebok CrossFit Asian Regionals 17th Place Finisher

2012 Reebok CrossFit Opens 44th Place Finisher

2011 CrossFit Opens 14 Place/ Asian Regional Qualifiers

2008 Abu Dhabi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Open Championships

2009 Abu Dhabi Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Open Championships (qualified)

1996 Dixie Classic Middleweight Bodybuilding Championship 1st place

1996 Junior North Carolina State Bodybuilding Champion-3rd place

1997 Virginia Middleweight Bodybuilding Champion 1st place (National Qualifier)

1997 Elite Classic Bodybuilding Championship 1st place

1998 Eastern Seaboard Bodybuilding Championship 1st place (National Qualifier)

1998 Georgia Bodybuilding Championship 1st place

1999 Eastern Seaboard Championship 2nd place


Whiteboard Glossary

1. Workout of the Day (WOD): Plain and simple, this is the set of modalities that your coach uses to put you through hell on any given day.

2. As Many Rounds As Possible (AMRAP): Complete a circuit as many times as you can within a given time frame. For example, 6 minute AMRAP: 5 deadlifts, 10 pullups, 20 double unders. When 6 minutes is up, record your total rounds completed. Note: AMRAP may also mean “as many reps as possible.”

3. MetCon: Short for metabolic conditioning, this CrossFit devil is usually a few exercises repeated AMRAP-style. The “Cindy” workout of the day (20 minutes of 5 pullups, 10 pushups, and 15 squats) is a good example. Some boxes offer MetCon-only classes for anybody who wants to steer clear of the heavy lifting associated with standard CrossFit WODs.

4. Thruster: Thrusters feel like the bane of all CrossFitters’ existence, especially during “Fran” when they’re done 45 times with complementing pullups. To do this move, grab a barbell and start in front rack position–standing position with the bar resting against the front of your shoulders; hold the barbell with a hook grip. Drop into a full squat position while keeping the barbell at shoulder level. Return to standing position in an explosive (thrusting) motion and push the weight up over your head. Bring the barbell back down to your shoulders and repeat.

5. Double Under (DU): While jumping rope, allow the rope to pass under your feet twice while you’re still in the air. As an alternative, you can do three single unders for every DU that is required (e.g. 20 DUs = 60 SUs).

6. Pistol: No, this has nothing to do with gun control, so everyone please relax. A pistol is a one-legged squat, which helps to isolate each leg and build lower-body strength.

7. Snatch: Get your minds out of the gutter. The snatch has many variations (power, hang, muscle), but the overall goal is to use a wide grip to lift a barbell from the floor to an overhead position in one fluid and lightening-fast motion. Tip: Keeping the bar closer to your body when hoisting it up allows for better balance.

8. Chipper: Everyone who does CrossFit is in a chipper mood all the time–oh wait, that’s not right. “Chipper” refers to a WOD that you have to chip away at in order to finish. It consists of a series of multiple movements (usually 5 to 10) where each athlete is trying to finish the entire thing as fast as humanly possible.

9. Kipping: Kipping implies the use of explosive strength in order to gain momentum when performing pullups, hand stands, pushups, and dips. For example, kipping pullups are completed without dropping from the bar. This modality starts on the pullup bar with a powerful hip drive, explosive kick, and strong pull from the arms in order to create enough momentum to get your chin up over the bar.

10. RX: When a WOD is performed RX’d, that means the athlete performs all modalities using the prescribed weight and reps. In CrossFit, all WODs can be scaled down to meet your fitness level, but the goal is to get to a place where the RX is challenging, yet doable.

11. Ass To Grass/Ground (ATG): ATG ensures you’re getting as low as possible when doing front, back or air squats.

12. CrossFit Total (CFT): CFT allows an athlete to get an accurate idea of how strong they are by testing themselves in arguably the three most functional CF modalities: back squat, strict press, and deadlift. CFT is the best of three attempts at these three exercises, and the sum of the max weight performed in each movement will give you your score.

13. Tabata: Tabata is a work-rest method associated with many CrossFit WODs. Here’s an example: For 20 seconds, complete as many reps of a given exercise (sit ups, pullups, pushups, etc.) as possible. Then rest for 10 seconds and repeat this seven more times for a total of eight intervals. After your 4 minutes are up, your score is the least number of reps for any of the eight intervals.

14. Pood: Sounds gross, but a pood is actually a Russian unit of measurement used for kettlebells.1 pood =16 kg/35 lbs; 1.5 pood = 24 kg/53 lbs; 2 pood = 32 kg/71 lbs.

15. PR’d: You’ll hear “PR” when an athlete achieves his or her personal record on a lift.