About Us

Mission Statement

Training Philosophy

Community & Culture

Trainer Bios

 

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Mission Statement

To instruct and inspire people to live stronger, healthier lives.

Training Philosophy

We view strength training as a means of self improvement. Health and Strength cannot be separated. To be healthy, we must be strong; mentally, physically and spiritually. Training is a way to better the health of the body, mind and yes, even spirit.

We look at exercise not for a short term effect (getting sweating, burning calories) but as training to achieve specific long term and lasting results (lean muscle, strong bones, cardiovascular health). It is a life journey towards fitness and health, not merely a weight loss fad. Our aim is to be strong and healthy first.

Community & Culture

Our gym consists of men and women of all ages and backgrounds. At anytime you could have grandmothers working alongside martial artists. Some had experience with weight training, some had never lifted a weight a day in their life, and nearly all had never used kettlebells before. We welcome rank beginners as well as the advanced. The “club” is more of a community; it’s a supportive environment with camaraderie in our common goal of becoming better versions of ourselves.

Trainer Bios

Dan Cenidoza

Strength & Conditioning Specialist, Professional Performing Strongman and Owner of BKC

Dan Cenidoza is a student and practitioner of strength. He is passionate about training and will train anyone who has a desire to improve. Dan has experience working with people at the high school, collegiate, professional and geriatric level. He started his fitness career working as a senior fitness specialist at a retirement community in the same calendar year he won the Maryland Strongest Man competition. Dan’s professional credentials include an exercise science degree from Towson University and several training certifications (CSCS, RKC, AKC, SFG2 & FMS). He is a dedicated husband and father to 5 children.

Rob Sullivan

Onnit Foundations Certified Personal Trainer, Professional Mixed Martial Artist, Wrestling Coach

Rob Sullivan is a personal trainer with a long history of experience. For the last decade he has sharpened his skills as a highschool wrestling coach and professional fighter. His focus is overall conditioning. Helping others to have the ability to embrace the grind. He is always furthering his education in the world of strength and conditioning. He holds a certification through Onnit Fitness and specializations is wrestling, boxing other elements within Mixed Martial Arts. Rob teaches the Bells & Boxing and Wreck-It Fitness classes at Baltimore Kettlebell Club.

 

Tricia Luebben

StrongFirst Certified, Strongwoman Competitor

 

Tricia Luebben received her SFG1 certification in October 2017. She has been training with Dan for several years. Tricia also trains in Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, and competes in local strongwoman contests. She’s a student of strength and believes that you are never too old or too young to start a healthy lifestyle. Tricia teaches the Turbo-Charged Tuesday Family Fitness class.

 

Karen Anderson

StrongFirst Certified, Martial Arts Instructor, Strongwoman Competitor

 

After 5 years of training under Dan Cenidoza, Karen earned her SFG I in October 2017. Karen has been training in Korean, Chinese and Thai martial arts since 1998. She has completed several half-marathons and marathons. She continues to compete in Strongwoman contests. Her goal is to inspire women to have fun and feel comfortable in the gym and discover how good it feels to be strong.

 

 

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