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“The Kettlebell is an ancient Russian weapon against weakness.”— PAVEL TSATSOULINE 



COMBAT CONDITIONING- Begins August 2022!

Modeled on the physical demands of Kickboxing, this class uses timed rounds to move between the heavy bag, speed bag, double end bag, jump rope, calisthenics, and related exercises and drills. If you're a student in our martial arts program, this will help to round out your game. If you're interested in fitness, CC is a deceptively fun approach for a fun, efficient overall workout! Although this is not a "martial arts" class, our goal is to make sure that you develop and reinforce proper form in techniques

Combat Conditioning workouts develop:

  • Speed, Quickness and power

  • Endurance, stamina and recovery

  • Core power and stability

  • Full body mobility

  • Accuracy and coordination


Required gear: hand wraps (180" recommended), 12-14 oz bag gloves, personal jump rope. This class is barefoot- if you need to wear shoes, please get a pair of gym-only wrestling shoes.

Coming Soon:


Upgrade functional strength, power, speed, endurance and mobility  using a mix of hardstyle  training along with calisthenics, barbells, clubs & maces, sleds, medicine balls, and more, aimed at meeting the needs of the combat sport athlete as well as the weekend warrior. 

The full-body control required by the kettlebell's unique offset center of mass  blurs the line between strength, power and endurance. The core kettlebell exercises make use of all of our functional movement patterns and energy systems, and are known for producing surprising carryovers into daily life and sport activities. We use proven programming methods to constantly challenge and develop:

  • Strength and power

  • Endurance, stamina and recovery

  • Core strength and stability

  • Mobility

  • Resilient joints and connective tissue

We are proud to offer Harrisonburg's only RKC Certified kettlebell gym, the gold standard in kettlebell training since 1999. RKC training methods are a perfect fit for those looking to supplement other training (running, yoga, MA, etc) without racking up unnecessary fatigue, and for those who find the idea of a treadmill and bench press boring.

Barefoot training is encouraged! If you feel the need to wear shoes, a pair of gym-only wrestling shoes or similarly minimal-soled shoe is recommended.


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