- Women’s Health’s new series of WH LIVE+ events feature appearances from your favorite trainers, celebrities, and experts.
- The latest features Amanda Kloots leading a full-body interval workout and a conversation with Women’s Health’s editor-in-chief Liz Plosser.
- Amanda shares how she’s cultivated resilience and grit in 2020 since the passing of her husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero, of COVID-19.
Amanda Kloots has learned how to just keep going despite tragedy. The fitness entrepreneur and actress relied on faith and fitness during her husband, Broadway star Nick Cordero’s, battle with COVID-19 and subsequent death at age 41.
Amanda kept up her own workouts and inspired people to sweat along, and now you can join her, too. In the latest WH Live+ event, sponsored by Athleta, she leads her new AK! TTMW full-body workout, which challenges the body and mind using two-minute intervals that will leave you sweat-soaked and happy by the end.
She originally created the class for her husband Nick on their honeymoon. It was her way of tricking him into working out. She explained on Instagram: “You can do anything for two minutes, right?! I designed a class that kept him moving and constantly changing exercises so he didn’t get bored.” It’s a mix of dance and cross training with an emphasis on form and fun.
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Afterward, Amanda talks about the power of positivity and how she’s cultivated resilience and grit in 2020 (all while growing her own online fitness business) with Women’s Health editor-in-chief Liz Plosser. Prepare for all the feels.
This event is free and is powered by Athleta as part of a series that will also feature a workout with Denise and Katie Austin followed by a conversation about the importance of having strong role models with both women and Selena Watkins, dancer, choreographer, and creator of the global dance workout Socanomics.
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