9Round Edwardsville, IL - University Pointe
30-MINUTE KICKBOX FITNESS
Due to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, this location is temporarily closed. Until we reopen, please take advantage of our new online workout program!
New Member Offers
Online Workouts + One-Month Membership
Purchase one month of our in-club membership to use when we re-open and stay active now by following along with our member-exclusive, 30-minute at-home workouts!
Free At-Home Workout
Experience our full At-Home Introductory Workout for free with no obligations. During this workout, our Fitness Team will guide you through each three-minute round and show you all the moves.
Punch and kick bags, not people. Work toward your fitness goals with basic kickboxing moves.
Combines cardio and resistance training for a complete, full-body workout in 30 minutes.
Show up on your schedule. A new circuit starts every three minutes. Time wasted: ZERO!
Trainers are always there to guide, motivate and push you to get the most from every workout.
Workouts change each day, so your body is always challenged, and you never get bored.
Nutrition guide, videos, and more to help you track your progress and work toward your goals.
What Members are Saying
I like the structure. I like how time efficient it is. But most of all, the trainers are great and it's a really positive experience all around.- Oct 25, 2018 by K.K.
flexibility!- Oct 11, 2018 by C.H.
No class times. Open early. New workout every day.- Oct 5, 2018 by A.D.
The convenience and effectiveness of the work out!- Oct 4, 2018 by Cara Schagemann
I love that I can give it my all in every class by hitting and kicking as hard as I can! It’s a great stress releaver!- Sep 27, 2018 by Julia Heckler
I love that there are no class times, so I can always make time to work out, and that the workout changes daily so that I'm never bored!- Sep 14, 2018 by Megan Waterman
No class times and a great workout in 39 minutes.- Aug 23, 2018 by K.P.
The high energy, nonjudgmental atmosphere & the extremely helpful employees!- Aug 20, 2018 by Meghan Miller