We offer a variety of fitness classes on a weekly basis led by our incredible fitness staff. Read through the following descriptions to see some of the different types of classes you can experience at Climb Murfreesboro!


Develop an overall physical durability to tackle all that life throws at you during the week. Improve your climbing by developing strength and endurance in non-climbing-specific movement. Pickup the heavy things and throw them down.


No Challenge = No Change. You’ll never know what to expect from this total body workout. Walk, run, row, jump. This class will take up space and use all the tools Climb has to offer. Come ready to move and sweat for 55 minutes.


High Intensity Interval Training. This isn’t your grandmothers cardio class. Alternate between low, moderate and high intensity intervals to increase aerobic and anaerobic endurance while burning more fat. Get ready to sweat!

HIIT 30 | CORE 30

This class is as straight to the point as the name. 30 minutes of HIIT followed by 30 minutes of CORE. Drop in for either or both.


Join our go-to exercise physiologist, Nick, and increase your mobility. Mobility will optimize performance, amplify body awareness and improve position using all sorts of torture devices! Mobilizations focus on neuromuscular release of short and tight muscles, joint capsule restriction, and soft tissue restriction.


Be adventure ready! This high intensity cardio class consists of 4-12 minute rounds designed to match the varied demands on the alpine climber. Expect hill running, pack climbing, core exercises, antagonist attention and the occasional alpine surprise.


Kettlebell training dates back to the 1700s. This tool will challenge your grip, forearm, and core strength while boosting your power endurance. Learn to use the kettlebell and get in a great workout any time with just one piece of equipment.


Straight up use your bodyweight to build muscle. This class focuses on direct improvement of bodyweight movements (think pull-ups, push ups, etc). Learn progressions of movements to take your training to the next level.


Our head setter, Jonathan, designed this for himself to “Gain ultimate fitness for staying on a single rock climb for extended periods of time”. Come see if it works.


Challenging, low-impact, focused stability work on all of your areas that bend. Open to all levels.


Warning: This class will include lots of exercises that activate a group of muscles in your midsection that are generally referred to as the core.