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Free Workout Saturday + Kettlebell Kitchen

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • November 14, 2018
Join us on Saturday, December 1st for Free Workout Saturday!  Bring your family and friends to our 8am or 9am session, or tell them about our Intro to Kettlebells at 11am.  The 11am intro class is a one-hour session led by our certified coaches, and the perfect opportunity to try kettlebells if you’ve never tried […]Read More >>
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Back to School: Free Workout Saturday!

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • August 23, 2018
Come get back into the swing of things with a one-hour community kettlebell session led by our certified coaches on Saturday, September 8th at 11am. You’ll learn new exercises, improve your technique and get the opportunity to see what we are all about! Oxford Physical Therapy will be providing free injury screenings before and after the […]Read More >>
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Recap: Our First Powerlifting Meet

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • August 9, 2018
Recently Amanda and Coach Michelle competed in their very first Powerlifting meet. We sat down with them to hear their thoughts on what made them decide to sign up to compete, and what they learned along the way. Congratulations, ladies! How long have you been powerlifting? What drew you to the sport? Amanda: I started deadlifting […]Read More >>

Mobility Basics

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • May 25, 2018
Ah mobility. We all love it, we all want more of it in our lives. But how can you implement it in your daily routine in a way that makes sense? I find the best way to use mobility is to have a foundational set of movements that I can use, and build on from […]Read More >>
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FREE WORKOUT SATURDAY!

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • April 18, 2018
Please join us on Saturday, May 5th at 11am for our next FREE WORKOUT SATURDAY! Tell your friends, family and co-workers: all levels are welcome. Whether you are a seasoned QCKB veteran, or brand-new to kettlebells (or any type of training, for that matter), you will get something out of this session! Learn some new […]Read More >>
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Get To Know Intern Brady

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • April 5, 2018
As anyone who has trained with us for any period of time knows, we are a learning facility that promotes not only the growth of our own coaches, but also taking on highly motivated interns and teaching them real-world knowledge when it comes to working with clients, and practical experience in the day-to-day of being […]Read More >>
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Free Yoga This Saturday!

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • March 19, 2018
  Back by popular demand, join us on Saturday, March 24th at 8am for a FREE yoga class at 8am.  Led by instructor Erica Correll, this session is not to be missed. Everyone is welcome, and this class is suitable for all levels. Towels and water are available; please bring your own mat if you […]Read More >>

Queen City Kettlebell Book Club: Peak Performance

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • March 1, 2018
Successful people and those who drive to be successful always have a few things in common. One of which is the thirst for knowledge. Always reading, always learning. It’s not uncommon to find entrepreneurs like Tim Ferris or Dave Ramsey list off the top books they are currently reading. So it’s not a stretch for […]Read More >>
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Tools of the Trade: The Sled

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • February 2, 2018
At Queen City Kettlebell, we take a very individualized approach to program design. Programs are tailored to each client’s specific needs and goals. There are no “one size fits all” or cookie-cutter programs here. That being said, there are several mainstays in our training programs that you’ve likely seen incorporated into your own training if […]Read More >>
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Get a Grip: Training for Improved Grip Strength

  • by Queen City Kettlebell
  • January 5, 2018
Grip is probably one of the most over looked forms of strength out there and one of the most limiting factors in training.  Why?  I think it is because we use our hands everyday instinctively rather than actively, and therefore be a limiting factor in what we can lift. The hands are the great link […]Read More >>