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Liberate Pole Dance and Exercise
$30 for Four or $45 for Six Beginners' Pole Fitness Classes (value up to $90)
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- Jump off the treadmill and try something new.
- Pay $30 for four or $45 for six beginners' pole fitness classes with Liberate Pole Dance and Exercise.
- Giggle your way to fitness.
- Enjoy beginners' classes that are suitable for anyone.
- Work out with a group of fun-loving women.
Some people look at a pole and see a metallic bar designed to keep a structure erect. Other people look at a pole and see the potential of countless hours of fitness fun.
If you'd like to join the latter group, then grab today's deal from Liberate Pole Dance and Exercise. So, hit that "buy" button and get either four pole fitness classes for $30 or six for $45.
If the thought of a pavement, a treadmill or an exercise bike instantly makes you feel bored, then pole fitness is for you. This exhilarating activity is quickly becoming a firm favourite among adventurous women who like to challenge themselves physically. Every class with the the Liberate Pole Dance and Exercise team is designed to teach women how to use their body weight as fitness tool, and the group-based environment ensures that everyone shares a few smiles along the way. There's no point in torturing yourself with another boring run around the neighbourhood. So, leave your trainers at home, and get ready for an awesome session of fitness fun.
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