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Fitness expert Michelle Yeager-Turner is here to get us moving. She even brought her son Maximus to show us some exercises mothers and toddlers can do together.
Michelle is holding a free "Double Trouble" Boot Camp and Zumba class on Saturday, August 31. It starts at 11:15 a.m. and last one hour. It will be at APT Fitness, 3900 Shelbyville Rd (upstairs in St. Matthews Station).
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.