Cory Lowery

Lansing, MI 48917

Local rock climbing enthusiast and coach Cory Lowery has honed his climbing skills on both natural and man-made surfaces in Lansing and Grand Ledge for the past three years, has read multiple books on climbing technique and has coached other climbers both locally and at world-class climbing locations like Kentucky's Red River Gorge. Prior to his climbing career, Cory worked as a swim coach at a local high school and competed in triathlons for several years.

In recent years, Cory's extensive fitness background inspired his interest in working in the fitness industry, and he is currently working at the rock climbing wall at Westside Lansing YMCA and pursuing a fitness certification from Lansing Community College.

After several years of coaching individuals on rock climbing, Cory is now offering multiple climbing classes for beginners to elites! Sign up now at Keyword: Climbing

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Certifications / Trainings

CPR Certified

American Red Cross
Agency Unavailable
Expires: 2016-06-03 07:00:00 UTC

AED Certified

Liability Insurance

  • Provided through my club/employer

Cory's Locations

YMCA of Lansing - Westside

3700 Old Lansing Road
Lansing, MI 48917

Additional Information


$0.00 / hr, Priming for Climbing 7-week session (3 classes/week). YMCA Westside members: $30, Non-members: $60

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2 Ratings

5.0 out of 5 Stars

  • by Paul Noel on Jul 27, 2016

    Cory is an amazingly talented climbing coach who’s passion for climbing is truly astounding. He’s very patient with instructing his students and make their success a priority. He’s such a pleasure to climb with and has that uncanny ability to make your confidence on the rock wall soar to new heights! He's also incredibly knowldegeable when it comes to healthy nutritional habits!

  • by Nicol Parker on Jun 04, 2015

    Very passionate about both climbing and coaching. From his diet to performance he is very serious about climbing. His drive and passion and patience as a coach makes him an excellent mentor for a wide range of climbers. I would definitely recommend taking lessons from him. On a side note, if u do take lessons from him I would suggest asking him to do the human flag :)