What is RockFit?

What is RockFit?

Rockfit is an online training site that offers education and programming for strength and conditioning. We specialize in Kettlebells and teaching people the proper mechanics of the lifts. We have a growing list of articles, instructional videos, and programs to follow.

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Mission

Mission

To help as many people as we can push beyond their mental and physical barriers (comfort zones) and discover what they are truly capable of.

We want to have the energy of a child, the strength to carry someone for miles, and the ability to compete in any sport at any age.

Philosophy

Philosophy

Our main focus is on strength, conditioning, and mobility. We use the kettlebell, barbells, body weight, and odd objects in a progressive program to improve the 3 main focal areas. We specialize on improving in the main movement patterns of hinge, squat, push, pull, and carry. Paired with these movements, we incorporate athletic movements such as core work, grip work, crawling, climbing, jumping, and running. This type of training creates a complete well-rounded individual that is ready for any situation.

About Rock Cox

About Rock Cox

Rock has always had a passion for sports and fitness since he was young. He was a 3 sport athlete at Yorkville High School (Football, Wrestling, Track). He was a 2 sport athlete at Loras College (Football, Wrestling). He then began a long career of playing rugby. Teams he played for were the Gentlemen of Dubuque, Chicago Blaze, and the Chicago Griffins.

While playing all those sports he was constantly training and learning on how to become a better athlete. He has acquired several certifications in stregnth and condtioning, and is constantly expanding his knowledge so that he can pass on what he has learned to others.

Rock still likes to test himself and competes in kettlebell sport competitions and obstacle races every now and then. He also still plays in a few rugby matches here and there. He also coaches youth rugby for the South Suburban Rugby Club and youth wrestling for the Tinley Park Bulldogs.