Attention: Anyone looking to join Kettle Corps must sign up below for a FREE Saturday Introductory Class. If for some reason you are unable to attend the Saturday Class (scheduling issues, injury concerns, etc.) then you may contact us to schedule a weekday Introductory Class via email: info@kettlecorps.com or send us a message!

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Fitness That Fits All

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Kettle Corps Program Prices

1 Class Pass$20
4 Classes$60
8 Classes$90
Unlimited$150
+ $100 / Addit. Family

*Prices are on a month to month basis*


Kettle Corps Class Schedule

Mon6-7am
By Appointment
12-1pm
1-2pm
5-6pm
6-7pm
7-8pm
Tues-12-1pm
1-2pm
5-6pm
6-7pm
7-8pm
Wed6-7am
By Appointment
12-1pm
1-2pm
5-6pm
6-7pm
7-8pm
Thur-12-1pm
1-2pm
5-6pm
6-7pm
7-8pm
Fri-12-1pm
1-2pm
5-6pm
6-7pm
7-8pm
Sat-12-1pm
1-2pm
-
Sun---
General Classes

All of our classes are mixed in terms of ability. There may be beginners, intermediate, and/or advanced members in each class. Classes are offered in the mornings, afternoon, and evenings. However, the morning classes are offered by appointment only. Each week a different Fundamental Fitness Skill (stability, mobility, or strength) becomes the focal point of the classes during that particular week, though every workout will contain elements of all three.

Specialized Group Classes

We also offer specialized group classes that can be designed to meet the particular training needs of any group. Such as our Sport Specific Training (all sports) or our Low Impact Training (injuries, age, etc.) available upon request. Please call or email us for details.

Private Lessons

For those with very specific goals, we offer private sessions at a time and frequency of your choosing.

Barefoot Training

Why do we recommend Barefoot Training? Almost 30% of ALL bones in the body are located in your feet. They are the ultimate foundation and base of support when it comes to performance. Oftentimes they're the only part of our anatomy in-contact with the ground. Your feet are responsible for the transfer of force generated from the ground up throughout the rest of the body. Therefore, special attention must be given to the feet when training so that freedom of movement can be maximized, chance of injury can be minimized, and balance can be maintained throughout movement. Balance is important because it's the main complex motor skill we use to stabilize ourselves against opposing forces and balance starts with a solid connection to the ground. We've found that the best way to achieve this "connection" is by actually touching it. Think of it this way, when building a house the foundation is the most important part of the structure. Without a solid one the entire house will be susceptible to points of weakness that will inevitably create breakdowns over time and your body is NO different! Barefoot Training plays an important role in the development of Kettle Corps "injury-resistant" athletes.

The Kettle Corps Difference: Training Curriculum
  • Uniquely Restorative Kettlebell Based Programming
  • Barefoot Training (Recommended)
  • Use of Supportive Modalities such as Yoga, Pilates, and Primal Movements
  • 3 Levels of Training Progressions (Beginner, Intermediate, Advanced)
  • Focus on Teaching The 3 Fundamental Fitness Skills (Stability, Mobility, & Strength)
  • Full-Body Fitness approach to Prehab, Rehab, and Performance
  • Uniquely Restorative Kettlebell Based Programming
  • LOVEing what we do!
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