Pinnacle Fitness Kettlebell Club...

One workout. All of the benefits, None of the boring.

"As I swung these things for the first time, I couldn’t shake the feeling that the human body was meant to do this."

Ever been stuck in a "meh" workout routine or exercised super hard but felt like it did NOTHING? Not here! Pro kettlebell training is a fun, "smarter, not harder" workout for the win.

Solano countys only Kettlebell Club and Facility with certified Kettlebell instructors.

You'll get incredibly strong without the dangers of lifting max weight, and a fantastic cardio workout without ever running a step.

Join us now - Whether you love kettlebell training or your ready to try something new, no experience necessary. We'll teach you everything you need to know to use the bells safely and get super fast changes in your body from our Kettlebell Club classes.

Pinnacle Fitness Kettlebell Club Quick Facts
Kettlebell Range: There's a bell for every body! We have them from 1kg (2.2lbs) - 48kg (106lbs)

​Member Age Range: 16-74

Classes: 3 days per week

Kettlebell Club Team members will compete at meets, (Not a requirement to be a member)

Primary Club Services: Kettebell FIT Classes (fun, full-body strength and conditioning), KettleSPORT Classes (strength, power and endurance training) and personal training.

​Interesting Fun Facts: We're home to the only kettlebell club in Solano County and the Only facility to have certified kettlebell instructors.

Motto: Plan to succeed and train to succeed, because you were born to succeed.


We have members in their early teens and members in their 70's.

One noteable thing we have in common is enjoying the technical challenge. Freestyle kettlebell training is similar to a martial art - you'll continually improve how fluidly you moved the bells and learn more advanced techniques as you put the time in.

Our training programs have helped many members overcome injuries or chronic pain, so physical limitations exist but are more rare than you'd imagine.

Kettlebell sport is also known as girevoy sport, or GS for short. Girevoy is Russian for kettlebell lifter.
The object of kettlebell sport is to lift one or two bells as many times as possible within a certain amount of time (usually 5 or 10-minutes).

Many people practice kettlebell sport strictly for the exercise, as it is unmatched in efficiency (you're getting strength, cardio and endurance training benefits at once), it's widely accessible (low-impact) and easy to scale as you progress by increasing the speed of the reps and/or the weight of the bells.
Others love the deadlines and challenge a competition provide, and choose to compete in kettlebell sport lifting competitions to achieve the most clean reps within the time limit; good technique is critical.

The sport of kettlebell lifting was created in Russia - where the first known competition took place in 1948 with unified rules and regulations forming over the subsequent decades and culminating with membership in their National Sports Federation.

Today, aside from the athletes around the world who practice kettlebell sport to increase power endurance performance in their own primary sport, many individuals and clubs also participate in kettlebell sport competitions.
Competitions are typically 1 or 2 days held over a weekend and lifters travel to these events. A small competition may have 25 competitors and a large one may accommodate 150 or more.
There are several different kettlebell sport events, or "lifts," and the most common are (similar to olympic weightlifting) variations of the kettlebell jerk, snatch and clean and jerk (we call that long-cycle in kettlebell sport).
In olympic weightlifting the lifter is trying to lift as much weight as they can at once. A kettlebell lifter is using a weight that is challenging for them, but certainly nowhere near their max so they can repeat the lift anywhere from 20-200 times or more during their 5 or 10-minute set.

Competitions issue rankings which are determined by your actual weight or weight class, the weight of the kettlebells you use to compete, and the amount of reps you complete within the time limit.
In most kettlebell competitions, snatch is performed with one bell by both men and women and lifters are allowed one hand switch during their set. Jerk and long-cycle are performed with two kettlebells by men and either one or two bells by women, depending on the hosting organization. Each organization has their own ranking table and rules.

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Join us now - Whether you love kettlebell training or your ready to try something new, no experience necessary. We'll teach you everything you need to know to use the bells safely and get super fast changes in your body from our Kettlebell Club classes.

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