Climbing during Covid
After thousands of check-ins in our gyms, we’re proud to say that we’ve got a stellar Covid track record. We’re grateful to all of the members of this community who’ve been so focused in following our Covid best practices so that we can keep the gym open for all. For those just returning to the gyms, the walls, the movement, and the fun will be very familiar to you, but a few things will look a bit different.
Take A Break From The Wall
Take advantage of our additional fitness offerings that help strengthen your body and mind. We offer a variety of drop-in fitness classes designed to deliver a challenging functional fitness workout, enhance your climbing lifestyle and education!
This session focuses on building strength via a mix of traditional and new strength building equipment, such as dumbbells, barbells, kettlebells, TRX and pull-up bars. Members can expect to build strength and be coached on proper form in these sessions.
In this session, you'll get an intense, interval training workout with a variety of exercises and equipment, such as medicine balls, TRX, battle rope, plyo boxes, pull-up bars, and jump ropes.
This session is about nonstop work through the use of an AMRAP (as many rounds as possible) workout. Members can expect to build strength endurance while cycling through a series of uninterrupted exercises.
This session is about building strength and stability in the core and major joints. Members will perform exercises that will help them better stabalize their body and help prevent injury.
Get all the benefits of yoga without the yoga setting. This session is for those who have or want to prevent postural and joint-based problems. Members will use equipment that will increase flexibility and strength, and mobilize joints.
Upcoming Fitness Courses
Barbell Clinics: The Bench Press
Instructor: Tim Murray
Date: Tuesday, February 12
Time: 6-7pm and 7-8pm
Member Price: FREE
Description: Come Learn about the "power Corner" of your new gym. Each hour class will start with safety, hand placement, foot placement, breath, posture, and biomechanics. Then we'll dive into practical application, with best practices warm up, and lifting for performance.