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Summoning our best

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Courtesy Seth LightcapPictured Kim Bateman, Ph.D., enjoys a healthy salad near the Truckee
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TAHOE/TRUCKEE, Calif. and#8212; People often recognize their strengths but in times of indecision or crisis may forget to focus on leveraging what most inspires and motivates success.

Rebel Fitness Academy was designed with the underlying belief that caring for your body will reveal the life purpose which you were meant to fulfill. Ryan and Sarah Egan, the owners of Rebel Fitness Academy, practice a and#8220;work hard, play hardand#8221; lifestyle and are offering an educational series for teens and adults this month.

Kim Bateman, Ph.D., will present an interactive one-hour workshop and#8220;Wholesome Livingand#8221; at Rebel Fitness Academy in Truckee on Wednesday, Sept. 19, 6-7 p.m. Anyone who seeks a supportive environment and authentic opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of their strengths plus tips for living a life based on actualizing what is most important to them will especially benefit from participating in the workshop. Bateman holds a doctorate in psychology and is the dean of Sierra College, Tahoe-Truckee.

Rebel Fitness Academy is devoted to fusing passion and mind-full precision functional training to unlock the explosive athletic potential in every individual explains Ryan Egan. The September education series also includes a discussion and presentation on the fundamentals of kettlebell training with special guest, world champion skier Daron Rahlves and Egan from 6 to 7 p.m. on Sept. 26.

Offered at no charge to attendees, the Sept. 19 event is the second in the three-part educational series. Optional donations to the High Fives Foundation will be welcome at the event.

Space is limited at each event. RSVP by calling 530-550-7777. Rebel Fitness Academy is located at 12277 Soaring Way in Truckee. For more information visit rebelfitnessacademy.com.


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