Kuleana I Ke Kino… Responsibility of the Body
The word “kuleana” is a very deep Hawaiian word. At a shallow glance, it means “responsibility”. Looking deeper, one can view it as a burden. One step further and one will find a relationship. For example, if YOU take care of the Land, the Land will take care of YOU. Keeping these meanings in mind, we find Kuleana Fitness: a responsibility that is a burden on one’s body. This burden creates long-term health. YOU take care of your body, your body will take care of YOU!
We believe that being “healthy” is more than just physical fitness and nutrition, which is why we strive for health AND wellness within our community. At Kuleana Fitness our members are the ones making waves in their own personal lives by portraying wellness as a skill that one must constantly practice in everyday life. We educate our members on the skills they need to reach their goals to live a happy and fulfilling life. Join us on this journey. Learn with us; Play with us; Make waves with us.
The heart of Honolulu
Kuleana Fitness is proud of our unique indoor/outdoor facility complete with two palm trees. While you are enjoying a great workout, you’ll experience the trade winds and beautiful views of the Ko`olau Mountain Range. The sunlight floods the gym with natural light, which is good for the soul!
We also have our Recovery Center upstairs from the gym where you can enjoy a “Body Tune Up”. Services range from a variety of myofascial release techniques to simple tape jobs. Check out the “Body Tune Up” Tab for more information.
At the end of the work out, you can take advantage of some of the supplements we offer at our reception desk. We carry a variety of products including FNX products, Fit Aid, Green Energy, etc.
Street parking is available 24 hours a day as well as metered parking directly across the street from the gym. If you are a visitor, think about renting a Biki bike from Waikiki and riding over for your workout! You get a nice view and a good warm up for your workout!
Aloha! My name is Chasen and after falling in love with the culture, traditions and island I’m proud to call Oahu home since 2009.
Born and raised in Thailand, I moved to the UK then came to Hawaii for college. Right around graduation time I realized I gained a bunch of weight and hit an all time high of 225lb from all the onolicious food offered here on the island.
Born and raised in Arkansas, JJ grew up playing competitive sports along with swimming, scuba diving, hunting, and fishing.
As someone who struggles to sit still (thank my ADD) I lead a very active lifestyle. I have played many different sports including a small semi-pro stint in MMA.
Aloha mai kakou!!(Hello everyone)
‘O Ethan Neves ko’u inoa.(My name is Ethan Neves)
Emily grew up in Virginia playing competitive soccer.
Rae started CrossFit in Jan 2010 and has since coached CrossFit or created a barbell program at CrossFit NOLA (LA), CrossFit East Sacramento (CA), CrossFit Alpha Dog (IL), Crossfit Rittenhouse (PA), CrossFit HTF (HI), and now Kuleana Fitness.
Active in the CrossFit community for 9 years and coaching for 6, Ui excels at keeping the class mood light and enjoyable.
My name is Simone and I am originally from the Netherlands. I moved to Oahu in October 2016. My enthusiasm for health and fitness has been a part of me ever since I was just a child participating in gymnastics.
Aloha, my name is Mike and I’m a Navy Veteran. During my time in the Navy, I was a Fitness Leader for 6 years. Before CrossFit, I played football, did field events in track, & was a high-level wrestler.
I was raised on the beautiful island of O’ahu. I grew up spending my time hiking, surfing,
bodyboarding, playing soccer, and basketball.
Originally from South Carolina, Ty has spent much of his life being active in a variety of sports from wrestling to track and field.
Hi my name is Adam, I’ve never been too into exercise until some time last year when I wanted to start losing weight.
Aloha, my name is Savannah. After graduating high school, I quickly realized that I needed to join a gym to stay in shape since I no longer had sports practice. The universe led me to CrossFit.