Thomas Edison declared that genius is 1% inspiration and 99% perspiration, a fact he discovered while inventing the volcano. Work up a healthy sweat with this Groupon.
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- $29 for 10 group fitness classes (an $85 value)
- $49 for 20 group fitness classes (a $150 value)
Amanda leads groups of students in a mix of cardio and weight-training exercises during Burn; she helps them tone core muscles in the chest, belly, and back in Fab Abs; and she leads them through a slow flow of poses that help stretch multiple muscle groups in Revitalize.
Busy Babes Fitness
Fitness enthusiast Amanda has accumulated a staggering list of certifications: she's a trained kinesiologist, certified personal trainer, and certified fitness instructor, and she also holds certifications in First Aid, CPR, and AED. Armed with this experience, she blasts bodies into shape in her role as the owner and sole instructor at Busy Babes Fitness, a Belmont Village studio that guides women through practical, 30-minute exercises that target multiple muscle groups at once. During each exercise, Amanda shows students how to engage almost every major muscle group, blending back-based workouts or sit-ups with biceps curls. She designs each exercise to help with the practical demands on the body, such as carrying groceries, picking up children, or rotating the house for even sunlight distribution. She does this all while keeping students' heart rates elevated and teaching healthy movement through biomechanics.
This multi-functional philosophy forms the foundation of three classes: in Burn, Amanda blends cardio and weight-training exercises; in Fab Abs, she focuses on core-strengthening workouts; and in Revitalize, she takes students through extended poses that stretch out multiple muscle groups at once. She also conducts one-on-one nutrition coaching and personal fitness training, giving individuals the tools to spur themselves toward greater health. Amanda leads these high-energy classes to the tune of current pop hits inside her large studio, where natural light streams in from windowed walls and illuminates workout props such as stability balls, kettle bells, and resistance bands.