From Angela Renee
“I have been passionate about movement all my life. For more than twenty years, I have watched the fitness trends come and go. I know what works to help women reach their potential.
“The movements in an ARTbody class come from various forms of exercise that I believe are the best-of-the-best toning and stretching exercises. No nonsense. No fluff. Nothing in an ARTbody class is a time waster. These techniques are not pre-programmed fitness drills, but a holistic approach to blended activity. The therapeutically approved movements are borne from years of caring and understanding the uniqueness of the female body.
“I love that the ARTbody classes have evolved into a sense of community where the differences between each client are appreciated. Often I hear wonderful comments from participants about the non-intimidating and supportive atmosphere. These ladies work hard, and… they laugh!
“Give me a call soon, so we can chat about your fitness goals and get you started on the best fitness program. I look forward to talking with you!”
—Angela Renee, Creator & Director, ARTbody
Angela Renee’s 20+ years in the fitness industry include:
- “NBC Today Show” in New York: Fitness Contributor (one year)
- “WGN Morning News” in Chicago: Fitness Contributor (four years)
- Personal Trainer, Fitness Consultant, Fitness Business Owner, Dancer and Dance Instructor
- Creator of videos: “30-Minute Hotel Room Workout” and “Training in the Park Workout”
Angela Renee’s fitness programs have been featured in:
- Fit Pregnancy Magazine
- The Chicago Tribune
- Newspapers nationwide
A Note About My Clients
The ladies in all the videos — the testimonials and the online workouts — are real ARTbody clients. They feature women of all body types in their 40’s, 50’s and 60’s, which is unlike most other fitness videos using models or fitness trainers. Having real women in my workout videos allows me to correct their form when needed, which in turn educates you, the viewer. Watching someone adjust an exercise, or correct their form, helps the at-home exerciser catch things they may not be doing correctly. It’s a great way to learn when you cannot be in the actual class.