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Last Minute Fitness Gift Guide and Holiday Class Schedule

Looking for some super easy, but life changing last minute gift options? 

Well look no more. 

Here are 3 easy options you can choose from. 


GIFT IDEAS

1. INSTANT FITNESS VIDEO DOWNLOADS 

50% off on All Available INSTANT Downloads HERE

Code: holiday2022

2. AN ENTIRE YEAR ACCESS PASS TO LAUREN'S PLAYGROUND

YEAR PLAYGROUND GIFT PASS HERE

Best Online Kettlebell Fitness and more Gym and Community around!

You will receive an email with an access code and Welcome Letter, within 24 hours of receipt, where you can forward this to your loved one or we can send it directly them. 

They can begin getting access to Lauren's Playground as soon as Dec 31st, 2022. 

**Access code will expire after 1 year of first use.

If you want it to be an automatic renewal, please email kbellqueen@me.com to set you up for an auto renewal.

3. GIFT CERTIFICATE

You will receive an email with the name and amount on the PDF that you can print out on stock paper or sent it to them via email. 

Increment Gift Certificate Options are $150, $250, or $500

GIft Card Options
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The Holiday Class Schedule is now up. Please see details below.

HOLIDAY CLASS SCHEDULE 




TO JOIN THE JANUARY 1ST, 2023 

SQUAT CHALLENGE KICK OFF MINI CLASS

MAKE SURE YOU'RE REGISTERED HERE


As always hit me up with any questions you may have! 


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