Elements for Women, the popular, upscale fitness franchise, announced that Michelle Khai has joined the companys All-Star Advisory Board. Elements features the highest quality fitness and lifestyle experts for expertise, to keep the brand and its clubs at the forefront of the fitness industry.


Michelle is the Chief Science Officer of Kettle Bell Concepts, a national sensation that uses cannonball-size weights modeled on ancient balls used by Japanese martial arts instructors. KBC has been featured in national media such as Elle, The New York Times, and Newsweek.


She is currently featured on Lifetime Televisions Real Women for her work with dancers. Michelle received a full scholarship to the Alvin Ailey American Dance Center and has danced professionally for TV, video and stage. She took her dance expertise, and now focuses on performance enhancement and injury prevention, including New York City Ballet Principal, Jack Soto.


Elements for Women clubs feature forward-thinking technology and advances, from Smart Workouts to dynamic Group Exercise class series. Elements exclusively features a SmartCard exercise system with European-designed smart machines, which greet each member by name, remember her settings, track her performance and tell her where to go next. The touch screen and card practically become a personal trainer for the client.


The hip and stylish Elements brand continues to attract international attention, from a mention in Forbes magazine online to new flagship clubs announced in London, Chicago and New York. Brand expansion includes a new online magazine, elements living, an all-star fitness and diet Advisory Panel, including Nike's Lisa Gaylord, television's Dr. Fabian Lopez, and the Nutrition Twins. Over 25 club locations are now under development in the US as well as international brand expansion to Bombay and London.


For more information, visit www.elementsforwomen.com or www.elementsliving.tv, or read the Elements founders blog at www.chrispalumbo.com.


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