It’s really no wonder the motivation to work out dwindles in the winter months. There’s no longer a plethora of fun outdoor fitness series and the darkness that sets in at 5 p.m. calls for oversized sweat pants and the couch, not a trip to the gym. Kelly Brabants, founder of Booty by Brabants, doesn’t want you to lose all motivation, though, especially right before the holidays. That’s why she’s bringing her high-energy fitness class into the Boston Park Plaza hotel for a workout series stretching throughout the winter.
Currently the series will feature at least three classes and admission will be a $10 donation for a different charity each time. The first class will be held on November 20 at 6:30 p.m. and will benefit the Light Foundation, founded by Patriots Hall of Famer Matt Light, which provides young people with unique outdoor learning experiences that instill values of responsibility, accountability, and hard work. Light will be at the workout with his wife and Patriots cheerleaders who will all take the class with Brabants.
And the Brazilian powerhouse, who regularly draws hundreds of people to her outdoor classes, won’t have to scale the class for an indoor venue, as the classes will be held in Boston Park Plaza’s new event space Avenue 34. The industrial chic room can accommodate as many as 500 people. After the workout, Keel vodka will host an after-party with low-calorie cocktails, and you’ll have the chance to enter raffles for prizes including an overnight stays at the hotel, signed Patriots memorabilia, a spa package from Bella Sante, and more. And of course, Brabants will be present with leggings in tow so you can shop for your favorite pair in a trunk show.
Be on the lookout for the next workout class, which will take place in January and will benefit a different charity, by following Booty by Brabants on Instagram.
$10, November 20, 6:30 p.m.-8:30 p.m., Boston Park Plaza, 50 Park Plaza, Boston, eventbrite.com.
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