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Fitness expert Michelle Yeager Turner is using music to punch up her exercise routine. All you have to do is dust off a record or turn on your IPod to get moving.
Yeager Turner says every generation has a song that gets them moving. She says you just need to get up and dance.
Michelle Yeager Turner will be featured at a Healthy Living Lifestyle Workshop on Monday, August 5. IT runs from noon to 1:30 p.m. at the Paul Mitchell School at156 North Hurstbourne Parkway. Guest to a healthier lifestyle, education on nutrition and exercise, sample healthy products andPlan and achieve fitness goals About Michelle Yeager Turner:
Getting active and motivated is tough for many women--especially after having a baby. But Michelle Yeager-Turner had many challenges to bring her beloved son Maximus into the world. Gymnastics as a child, cheerleading in high school and even competitive bodybuilding couldn't prepare her for the toll it took on her body. Add ten weeks bed rest, and Michelle was ready to get moving, after her son arrived.
But she found it difficult to work out because not many gyms were sympathetic to her son crying in daycare. So Michelle found another way. She created her own at-home workouts. She learned a lot about herself and what it takes to get back on track.