At Kinetic Training Club, our aligned culture ensures members are surrounded by people who have a similar mindset, lifestyle and drive. Kinetic is committed to your success, and everyone in our community supports that. Accomplish your goals in our fitness area, perfect your nutrition in our complimentary kitchen, network in our comfortable lounge. Kinetic offers its members the complete package and a supportive culture.
The Kinetic Community in its pursuit to move.
One of our members recently completed an AquaBike race in Florida. 750meter swim and a 13 mile bike ride! She has also been maintaining all of her Kinetic workouts via FaceTime while she is out of town! Nice work!!!
One of our KTC members hiked his 1st 14,000 foot peak in October. He worked very hard to build up his strength and cardio for this event on Mt. Sherman. He even brought his Kinetic Training Club bottle!
Nate’s 50 year old friend/client and he snowshoed into the Never Summer Wilderness Area to the Grass Creek Yurt. Once there they snowshoed up to a small back country ski run and completed about 4 runs each.
Nate’s friend tried out a snowboard for the very first time and made it down great!
Nate and his 66 year old dad went backpacking up to Missouri Lakes near Leadville, Colorado. The lakes are around 12,000 feet up some pretty steep terrain. Nate’s dad did great even though he lives in the flat land state of Minnesota. He stays very active back in MN consistently working out at least 4 times a week at the local YMCA.
This is at the Ice Lake Basin near Ouray, CO. Great views all around. We camped around 12,000 feet and the peaks were just under 14,000 feet. We hope to take a small group of clients back in 2018.
A few pics from a guided snowshoe trip in February of 2016. We hiked near the base of Mt. Evans.
This trip was where one of our friends summitted his last 14’er (North Mt. Eolus). We hiked it in May of 2013. As of that date he has summited all of the 58 14’ers in Colorado. He continues to climb, ski, bike and explore the mountains all through Colorado.
The Chicago Basin is home to 4 fourteen’ers (Eolus, North Eolus, Sunlight and Windom). In order to get there we had to catch the steam engine train from Durango which dropped us off at a trailhead in the middle of the forest as there are no roads that lead to the trail. From the trailhead we hiked in about 7 miles to the basecamp.