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Meet Reagan. Texan at heart, dog lover for life, and small business owner! She's a power house. and is sure to kick your ass on the machine! 

Instagram handle: @rea.g

Spotify name:  Reagan Rupard

Teaching schedule: Friday 10:30/12 at Hilltop, Friday 4/5 at RiNo

How long have you been teaching at Fierce45? About 7 months

Three words to describe your classes?  Music-driven, intentional and....merciless

Who/what is your spirit animal?  My sweet baby boy Roscoe. Plz reference 90% of my Instagram posts.

Favorite workout/class music?  Give me something with a heavy beat! I play lots of rap/twerkout music in class because that's what I like to work out to.

Favorite move on the machine? Literally anything light load legs. Give me that shake!

What is your favorite thing about the Fierce45 community?  Just that -- the community! New clients feel it when they walk in the room. I love showing up to teach or take class and seeing so many familiar faces. Whether on the machine or on the mic, I feel encouraged by our clients, coaches, and staff!

Why do you love teaching at Fierce45? As coaches, we get to put a lot of our personality into the music and sequences. I know that when students come to my class, they're coming to get a little of what I strive to bring to the table for them.

Why do you love Fierce Movement as a method?   I'm a full-time student, small business owner, and yoga instructor in addition to coaching at Fierce. During my busiest weeks, I can squeeze in one or two 45-minute Fierce exercises and still feel like I'm challenging my body and building strength. The difficulty comes from the effectiveness of what we do on the machine -- and that is my greatest love.

Tell us a fun fact about you! I've lived in Denver for three years, but am still very Texan. Maybe the most Texan thing about me is that I rode steers (bulls but wimpier) for fun in college at a local rodeo on weekends. It only took me three broken ribs (stepped on) and a concussion (kicked) to realize I do not have a future in the rodeo business.