29 Aug Follow up the Zumbathon® with Fuse45® Sunday at Arts, Beats, and Eats
Royal Oak, Michigan, August 28, 2016 — The 19th annual Ford Arts, Beats, and Eats takes place in downtown Royal Oak over Labor Day Weekend from September 2 to 5. The festival includes dozens of local food vendors, more than 200 live performances on nine different stages, in addition to a renowned fine arts show.
On Saturday September 3rd the Priority Health Zumbathon® Celebration will throw a dance party on the Michigan Lottery Stage. Last year nearly 1200 people participated in a huge Zumba class-style event at the festival. This year, there is even more fitness to go around. On Sunday, September 4 from 10:30 AM to 11:30 AM, one of Metro Detroit’s newest and most innovative fitness studios, Fuse45, is offering a complimentary fitness class on the festival premises. Located at 1210 Catalpa in Royal Oak, Fuse45 has been transforming the local workout scene ever since opening in June. Join Fuse45 master instructors for a one-of-a-kind workout at Arts, Beats, and Eats at the Rockstar Performance Pit.
Owned by a mother and daughter duo, Karen Kelman and Samantha Friedman, Fuse45 is a full-body workout routine designed for high intensity and low impact, all the while being geared towards all fitness levels. Their classes are comprised of six different stations: three cardio and three strength training, while switching between cardio and strength intervals throughout a 45 minute class to maximize weight loss, improve cardiovascular health, build and tone muscle, and help deepen flexibility. Friedman competed on a reality show aired on Spike TV with celebrity fitness instructor Jillian Michaels, where she developed this new exercise.
Friedman stresses that this event is meant for all bodies, and that no matter your fitness level that you will be challenged. “We really pride ourselves on welcoming all fitness levels, all ages, and beginners. Regardless of how you’re feeling now, you’re going to feel great after. Nobody has ever said they regretted a class,” says Friedman.
The class will be located on stage at the corner of 4th Street and Main in Downtown Royal Oak, where the festival is located. Parking can be found in the Center Street Lot on the corner of Center and 3rd Street, or on the corner of Williams and 3rd Street.
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