Kettlebell Pricing, Schedule & History

 

Class Schedule for Kettlebell Training:

Kettlebell classes last approximately 55min

Monday: 11am 

Tuesday: 9am & 6pm

Wednesday: 5:30am 

Thursday: 11am, 2pm & 6pm 

Friday: 5:30am

Saturday:9am

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Subscription Kettlebell Training Price list:

$40.60 a month for unlimited Kettlebells

$75.60 a month for couples unlimited Kettlebells

$125.60 a month for Once a week Personal Training (includes unlimited kettlebells)

$189.60 a month for twice a week Personal Training (includes unlimited Kettlebells) (Best Deal) 

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Non-Subscription Kettlebell Training Price list:

$55.60 a month for unlimited Kettlebells

$100.60 for couples unlimited Kettlebells

$170.60 a month for Once a week Personal Training includes unlimited classes

$225.60 a month for twice a week Personal Training includes unlimited classes

(Based on the day you start, for example Dec 15-Jan 15. The 15th of each month will be the Scheduled day you are due)

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 Kettlebell Training

A kettlebell is a centuries-old Russian training tool that looks like a bowling ball with a handle. The kettlebell appears in a 1704 Russian Dictionary (Cherkikh, 1994). It appears that, originally, kettlebells were counter-weights used in Russian markets. Country folk started throwing them around and eventually they became very popular in Russia as a training tool. In 1913 the Russian magazine Hercules reported "Not a single sport develops our muscular strength and bodies as well as kettlebell athletics." A Russian strong man was referred to as a kettlebell man --girevik. Girya is Russian for Kettlebell. Although kettlebells develop strength, a kettlebell-trained body is not bulky.

KB’s have a reputation for strengthening backs and abs like nothing else before. The ballistic, but non impact nature of KB work is the key. You are on your feet the whole time with KB training. The perfect antidote to modern seated society. KB training can be simplicity defined. The four basic exercises (the swing, clean, press and snatch and their variations), can be used two or three times per week to keep you lean, strong and functional for the rest of your life.