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Les Mills On Demand Fitness Presents: Born to Move

Get Your Kids Moving!

Things have looked drastically different in many ways for us all during the course of this pandemic. As we have navigated our way through the changes, our children have to follow suit. Now more than ever their mental health is more important than ever.  Our children have sacrificed so much on account of the pandemic.  Number one, the lack of social interaction, and number 2 their physical health.

Are you interested in a way to get your children involved in physical movement?  Les Mills created a program to change that, with their online workout for kids called, BORN TO MOVE!

If you are looking to get your child moving and instill a life-long love of physical activity – this may be for your family.  BORN TO MOVE™ will help children experience the joy and vitality of moving to music.  Each session feeds the young person’s natural appetite for action, movement, and play.  They will instantly have more energy, confidence, good health, and increased ability. The biggest bonus to the program BORN TO MOVE is that it helps with core developmental stages, and features programming for children aged 2-5 and for those aged 6-16.

“The early and school years of life are a critical window to form positive habits. That’s why we’ve developed BORN TO MOVE. We want to instill a love of being active in children so they can grow into active, healthy, and happy adults.” – Dr. Jackie Mills, MD, Less Mills Chief Creative Officer

For more information and to check out Les Mills’ 5 pillars of child development (which explains why BORN TO MOVE works so well), visit https://www.lesmills.com/us/btm-activeschools/

Here’s to breaking a sweat and having fun while doing it!

Ain’t No Workout Like an AusFit Workout!

INTRODUCING THE NEWEST IN SMART FITNESS: AUSFIT TORSION BARS

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Once upon a time, there was a guy named Anthony. Last name Richardson. He spent 11 years in the Australian Military. The subtext of that sentence? He’s super ripped. In 2013, he created a fitness product called AUSFIT Torsion Bars based on a very specific piece of equipment Anthony used to use during his time in the military (aka getting ripped).

A torsion bar is basically a heavy steel bar that is fitted to the chassis of military vehicles. It is used as a weighted piece of equipment during training drills and military fitness exercises (sounds like boot camp on steroids, can we get an amen?). When Anthony got out of the military, he sought out a similar apparatus to use in his civilian boot camp sessions as a personal trainer. When he couldn’t find one, he did what any good entrepreneur would do:

He made his own.

After the fourth iteration of the AUSFIT Torsion Bar, Anthony finally got what he wanted: a sleek design, robust durability and versatility. Boom. These bars are now used in boot camps, personal training sessions, cycling and Pilates, and even rehabilitation centers across Australia, as well as for the Australian and New Zealand military (Woah, that was a mouth full). One of the most amazing things about these bars is how portable they are: you can literally use them to train anywhere, anytime.

AUSFIT Torsion bars even offer a monthly ‘Train Anywhere’ membership program which educates and motivates their customers by providing fresh workout ideas by some of the best trainers in the industry. Thus, making Torsion Bars suitable for any outdoor or at home fitness routine.

A Torsion Bar workout is a high intensity, full body strength workout encompassing tradition compound movements as well as slow isolating exercises using off-set grips on the Torsion Bar to increase the load on the muscle without increasing the weight of the Bar. A Torsion Bar session will have you moving through exercises you would have usually performed with a dumbbell, Kettle bell, Barbell and Medicine Ball all in one workout with 1 piece of equipment – The Torsion Bar.
You probably want one NOW! We feel you! Thankfully AUSFIT Torsion Bars are launching in the US in August and September, so mark your calendars for the newest is smart fitness!  AusFit will be doing FREE workouts around the country!  Yes FREE!  Stay tuned to see what cities they will be in!
For more information, visit http://ausfittorsionbars.com.au/

Here’s Your Chance to Try a DIG Cycle Class in Calabasas for FREE!

For our local Los Angeles friends and fit family, Dunn Pellier Media would love to invite you to come out to DIG Cycle next week for a free class! Every night next week DIG will have one free class at 6 pm. You must reserve your seat quickly by emailing the link below! AND…if you want to come out to the opening night this Thursday 6-8 pm DIG is offering 50% off classes! What a great summer sale.

DIG Cycle Class
Dig Cycle’s unique cycling classes are a cardio battle between you and the bike. Mesmerizing theater illumination creates an awe-mazing party vibe, and you’ll forget how hard you are working while pushing yourself to new highs. Flip off the mental switch and enter your happy place at DIG.

DIG Cycle Strength Class
Inspired by training rituals of professional athletes, unlock your physical and mental strength with body-changing, high-intensity workouts that are contagiously fun. Featuring core sculpting TRX suspension training, DIG’s small classes offer the personal attention of one-on-one training.

WHERE:
DIG Cycle
5727 Las Virgenes Rd.
Calabasas CA 91302
*FREE PARKING*

*SPACE IS LIMITED*
You must RSVP by July 23rd to: DPM OFFICE

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