Zoom Schedule June 8th – 14th!

 

 

Still not ready to come back to the gym?  We got your covered!  Here’s this week’s zoom schedule!  We will also be posting the replay for everyone.

 

Click here to get access to our live zoom workouts!   Or email Sara at skbintro@gmail.com

Boxing is Back on June 15th!

 

 

Who’s ready to HIT SHIT and GET FIT?

 

Boxing is back!  We are kicking off on June 15th and starting the schedule slowly as we rebuild.   Join us on Monday’s at 6:00AM or Tuesday evening at 5:30PM for a killer heavy bag workout!  Initially there will be no mitt work, but you will still get a killer heavy bag and core workout!

 

SIGN UP HERE!

 

NOTE: You must bring your own gloves or purchase them as we are no longer able to rent them out due to COVID-19 restrictions.

 

New Zoom Schedule!

 

 

Still not ready to come back to the gym?  We got your covered!  Here’s this week’s zoom schedule!  We will also be posting the replay for everyone.

 

Click here to get access to our live zoom workouts!   Or email Sara at skbintro@gmail.com

Here’s What You Can Expect When We Reopen!

 

 

Thank you to everyone who supported us during this crisis.  We are so excited to be reopening next Monday! The first week is a soft, small opening. We plan to ramp up capacity and add classes, so bear with us!

Here’s what you can expect:

Do’s

✅Sign up online. Email us if you have a problem! We want to help
✅Wait in parking in lot until about 5 minutes before class
✅Wear a mask to enter, but take it off at your own discretion to work out
✅Wash your hands or do a quick spritz of hand sanitizer upon entering
✅Skip hanging out in the lobby unless you have to use the restroom, or have business at the front desk. No visitors in the lobby…
✅ Grab equipment, then head right to your own pod to get AWESOME!
✅Slide out the back door and to your car after class

Don’t’s

❌Get closer than six feet to other clients or coaches. Blow kisses rather than giving hugs
❌Cancel a class without at least 12 hours notice. Don’t be BLUE FALCON to the other members…
❌Sneak in through the backdoor
❌Use the cubbies

Don’t You Dare’s

❌Abuse the staff about the new rules we don’t want, but have to follow for your safety, in order to reopen

Seacoast Kettlebell is Reopening on June 1st!

We can’t wait to get back to business! Our soft REOPENING kicks off Monday June 1st!

Here’s what you can expect:

 

  • Limited Class Sizes to 15 or less in our 12,000+ ft facility. That’s a lot of room to spread out…
  • A sexy new expanded schedule
  • 12 to 24 feet between clients
  • Individual equipment pods. No sharing here. You don’t want anyone touching your stuff…
  • Floor Markings so you know exactly where to stand. Duh…
  • AWESOME workouts, bad jokes and gansta rap
  • Lots O’ Sanitizer, Bleach and Cleaning Supplies
  • Continued Online Workouts for those who want to stay home. We got you covered…

We will also have a CRYSTAL clear list of Do’s, Don’ts and Don’t You Dare’s! The list will include everything from entry, exit, mask usage, equipment guidelines and more!

Week one will be our chance to ease in with a limited schedule. Each week we will add back additional services such as boxing and small group times, but give us a chance to work out the kinks the first week.

Can’t wait to get back to working out and having fun in the gym! Grab the Mindbody Online app now, so you can sign up for our new expanded schedule in 20 seconds or less:

https://mindbody.io/mindbody-app

 

Best in Health,

 

Colin McGarty

Seacoast Kettlebell

 

ATTENTION MEMBERS:  Join us live and Zoom WOD with us daily!

Not into Zoom, we still have you covered!  We post a daily NON-ZOON workout with a video and instructions.

CLICK HERE TO JOIN US!

 

 

P.S.  Need a kettlebell or dumbell?  Hit us up.  Don’t be shy….

 

Like all of you, I have been faced daily with making difficult decisions regarding the COVID-19 crisis. As a father, spouse, business owner and community member, I think the time has come for us to TEMPORARILY close Seacoast Kettlebell. This was not an easy decision. I fear for my family and staff members who have been with us since the beginning, gym members who are like a second family, and for the overall well-being of our community.

We do not want to put anyone unknowingly at risk. Therefore we have decided to close TEMPORARILY. We will be reviewing this situation daily and continue to follow the guidance from the Center for Disease Control (CDC). We’ll have further updates sent to your email and posted to social media on a weekly basis. We hope to reopen as soon as possible.

Additionally we will do everything in our power to take care of our members’ needs during this time of crisis. Staying in a routine and working out during these time is one of the absolute best things you can do for your physical and mental health. We will lend more equipment, provide additional member’s only kettlebell, bodyweight, boxing, and dumbbell workouts. We will do our best to help you get fit from home.

Finally, for those members who want to continue to support our community during this crisis we would like to THANK YOU. We will see you in a few weeks!

 

Best in Health,

Colin McGarty
Seacoast Kettlebell

We have increasing concern for coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19).

Maintaining the highest standards of cleanliness has always been a priority for us, but we are being even more vigilant about wiping all of our surfaces as often as possible with cleaning products that meet the CDC recommended guidelines for sanitation.

We all know there’s strength in numbers and ask you to join us in our commitment. Consistent with CDC’s everyday preventative actions to help prevent the spread of respiratory diseases, here are simple Rules and Etiquette to keep SKB safe by:

  1. THE BEST DEFENSE IS A GOOD OFFENSE – Our gym has always been, and remains stocked with hand sanitizer, bleach wipes, tissues and paper towels. Please use them.
  2. NO TOUCHING – We love you, but high fives + smiles are being replaced with elbows of affection. Avoid touching your eyes, nose, mouth and others.
  3. GERMS, YUCK – Good hygiene is important! Please wash your hands for at least 20 seconds when you arrive to SKB. 20 seconds of scrubbing bubbles is nothing compared to 45 seconds on an assault bike!
  4. THERE’S NO PLACE LIKE HOME – If you’re sick, please reschedule your workout. We promise, a little delay won’t keep you from achieving your goals.
  5. LEND A HELPING HAND – While we’d prefer to do all the cleaning so you can focus all of your efforts on your workout, we would love a little extra help wiping down mats, boxes ,equipment and any sweat angels you leave behind.
  6. EDUCATION IS EVERYTHING – Stay informed on the facts. Here are some of our favorite resources:

Finally, in the event that we are unable to perform classes we promise to deliver killer Facebook live workouts on a daily basis so you can stay fit from home. If you can, grab a kettlebell for the home gym!

If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to reach out. We are here to help keep everyone in our SKB community safe and strong.

Best in Health,

Colin McGarty

Seacoast Kettlebell

 

Maltz Challenge 2020 CANCELLED! We will reschedule for later this summer.  Sorry for any inconvenience.

 

 

CANCELLED!!  Will rescuedule…

This event to FREE and Open to the public.

WHO: YOU! Your friends and family too…
WHAT: A Memorial Workout to Honor our fall Soldiers, Sailors, Marines and Airmen who have been Killed In Action.
WHEN: CANCELLED
WHY: Our fallen heroes deserve tribute and gratitude.

For more information about Master Sergeant Mike Maltz click here.

We will be selling T-shirts and ALL Proceeds will be donated to Operation hat Trick in support of wounded Veterans!  Please pre-order your shirts at the front desk.

The Workout:

NOTE:  We will scale for ALL ability levels!  So don’t be scared:)

“Maltz Challenge”

400 Meter run
50 pull-ups
200 Meter Farmers Walk 53M/35W
50 dips
100 push-ups
50 knees to elbows
100 sit-ups
400 Meter run

 

Kettlebell 35753 Workout

 

 

 

Kettlebell 35753 Instructions

Warm up for five to ten minutes, then grab a kettlebell that you can press for at least eight reps.  You will perform heavy reps of of an exercise, rest briefly, then do 20 kettlebell swings. By the end of the workout you will have performed 300 swings and a full body strength routine.

Round One
✅Press x 3/5/7/5/3 per side
✅Rest with 20 Swings in between each set

Round Two
✅Goblet Squats x 3/5/7/5/3
✅Rest with 20 Swings in between each set

Round Three
✅Pull Ups x 3/5/7/5/3
✅Rest with 20 Swings in between each set

 

 

Ready To Check Out the Gym and Try a FREE Workout?  CLICK BELOW!