Muscle Up Mommy, Inc. now offering free virtual fitness programs for women

Muscle Up Mommy, Inc., a Spring-based fitness training and retail company, is now offering free virtual group training sessions for women via Zoom video conferencing. (Courtesy Muscle Up Mommy, Inc.)
Muscle Up Mommy, Inc., a Spring-based fitness training and retail company, is now offering free virtual group training sessions for women via Zoom video conferencing. (Courtesy Muscle Up Mommy, Inc.)

Muscle Up Mommy, Inc., a Spring-based fitness training and retail company, is now offering free virtual group training sessions for women via Zoom video conferencing. (Courtesy Muscle Up Mommy, Inc.)

Muscle Up Mommy, Inc., a Spring-based fitness training and retail company, is now offering free virtual group training sessions for women via Zoom video conferencing. According to founder Mykel Davis, group class fees normally priced at $129 per month have been waived for the months of April and May to support mothers who are self-isolating at home as a result of the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

"We have actually been building relationships with more people all over the world, as opposed to our main hub which has always been Houston, Texas," Davis said. "We're offering services 100% online and because we waived small group fees, we've actually met more people that have taken advantage of overcoming that mental barrier of being home, having those changes in their financial situation ... and then the kids of course being home; it's just another outlet for them."


Group sessions take place Mon.-Thu. at 1 p.m. and 6 p.m and include full body workouts, core strengthening and conditioning exercises, among others. Interested participants can register here.

In addition to fitness training programs, Muscle Up Mommy, Inc. also offer a selection of women's fitness products including maternity support belts, fitness garments and compression belts. 248-730-1999. https://www.muscleupmommy.com.
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