Kickboxing Classes Start Every 3 Minutes in Billings, MT-Grand Ave

9Round Fitness & Kickboxing

Spring is slowly showing up in our area. What a good time to get fit while giving back to your community. For the month of April, all new members who sign up and bring in a food donation for the local food bank will receive their gloves for free. We want to help stock the food bank so that every family in Billings can enjoy a wonderful Easter meal. Get fit and help support a good cause. We will punch out hunger one member at a time!

9Round fitness and kickboxing classes in Billings, MT-Grand Ave
Hours of Operation
Monday and Wednesday 7:30am - 1:00pm 3:30pm - 8:00pm
Tuesday, Thursday 9:00am - 1:00pm 3:30pm - 8:00pm
Friday 7:30am - 1:00pm 3:30pm - 6:30pm
Saturday 9:00am - 1:00pm
Contact Details

2338 Grand Ave.

phone: (406) 969-5741


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by Brian Stasiewich
Apr 16, 2014 at 12:04 PM
Hey there workout junkies! Since we will be closed over the easter holiday, I have taken on the task of making sure you don't go without your workout. Try these fun workouts on the days we are closed. Have a wonderful Easter Holiday and we will get back to punching our way into shape on Tuesday, April 22nd. Day One 1. 50 Floor Sprints 2. 50 Jumping Jacks 3. 25 In and out abs 4. 50 High Knees 5. 25 Ski Abs 6. 50 Squats 7. 50 Bicycle Situps 8. 50 Butt Kicks 9. Plank Hold for 3 min. Day Two 1. 50 Sit up to push ups 2. 50 Squat Pulses 3. 15 Burpees 4. 50 Crunches 5. 50 Wall Jumps 6. 25 Crab Kick, 25 Plank Jacks 7. 50 Frog Hops 8. 25 Bear Crunches 9. 100 Jumping Jacks Day Three 1. 50 Squat Front Kicks 2. 50 Plank Punches 3. 50 Lunges 4. 50 Ski Jumps 5. 50 Vups 6. Squat Hold with 50 Side to Side Punches 7. 25 Side to Side Shuffle, Shuffle, Shuffle Jump 8....
by Azure Stroop
Apr 09, 2014 at 10:04 AM
Maybe you're starting a new regimen or coming back after a big break. Either way, it's OK if you can't make it through the entire workout. "Whether you can do two reps or 20 isn't the point," says Tracy. "But you need to be honest. Ask yourself, 'Have I exhausted my body, or am I just being lazy?'" If it's the latter, plow on. Push yourself as hard as you can each time you step into the gym, but know your limits. Do not hold anything back, leave it all on the floor and come back and try to do a little more each time you exercise so things don't get...