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Lauren's Playground - Online Kettlebell Fitness Gym and Community

It's finally time where we are opening the doors to join Lauren's Playground in 2020! I can't tell you how excited I am to welcome you in to be a part of such a wonderful and supportive kettlebell fitness community. SO many bonuses when you join right now. Registration will not be open long, so be sure to grab your spot. When you become a member you get grandfathered in these low prices. Next time we open these prices will not be available. 

Why Join Lauren's Playground?

Lauren's Playground has been open and growing since June of 2016. We will be coming up to our 4th Anniversary. Inside the playground you will find over 40+ programs (more continue to be released) designed for all levels of fitness. Most of them are based around kettlebell movements, but you will find some other fun educational fitness and nutrition courses as well. 

We cater to everyone who is choosing to be a stronger and a healthier version of themselves. We have new moms, grandparents, teachers, lawyers, doctors, military, seniors, personal trainers, kettlebell instructors, nutritionists, the absolute newbie... we have a beautiful array of people who choose strength.  The follow along videos, downloadable written workout programs, educational videos, can all be accessed from any device. Many of our students (even those who are not comfortable with anything that has to do with technology) accessed the playground videos many different ways. It can be as simple as accessing it from your phone, laptop, iPad, computer, or hooking it up to you big screen, using airplay, casting it, or pulling it up through a SmartTV browser. The creativity our students from ages 25-80 years old has shared is truly amazing!

Now let's get to the WHY! How about I let my students tell you. Here are some words from a few raving students. 

What's inside Lauren's Playground?

Here's a quick very brief screen share video with me talking a bit about some of the programs you will find and how it works. Can't give it all away because it would spoil part of the fun of exploring through all of the detailed programs and options.



Will renew every 3 months

6 Month Membership Subscription $215
Will renew every 6 months

Annual Playground  - $1.06 a day (less than a cup of coffee) $389  
Will renew every 12 months

***ALL IN LEVEL ****- 5 Spots Only
Lifetime - pay once and only once and get full access to the programs forever, plus the new ones coming in. Valued $2997 - your special today $1397
Will never charge you a single cent more 
Join Lifetime here


COMMITTED LEVEL  15 minute getting started phone call 

WARRIOR LEVEL 30 min goal setting and plan session 
ALL IN LEVEL LIFETIME - receive $100 off any of my live events or training.  Announcing our 2020 training course this week. Dallas, Texas early bird registration is now up here. Email for your special code to get $100 off the already low early bird price. 
PLUS receive a bonus of a 30 min goal setting and action plan! 

See you on the Playground!


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