Fitness Franchise in Pittsburgh and Company Spokesmodel Amber Lynn Help Raise Money for Autism Foundation

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Fitness kickboxing studio in Pittsburgh fundraised for a local autism foundation by bringing in the company spokesmodel. Fitness Kickboxing Program and Franchise Logo It's more than a workout. It's a way of life.

Spokesmodel Amber Lynn of the fitness franchise is not just the pretty face with a hard set of abs plastered on the studio walls, she’s actually real. On November 16th, she joined forces with the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania studio to fundraise for a local autism foundation.

“Our spoke models are not just people you see in our photographs,” An executive at stated, “They are real people who take class, live and breathe fitness, and care about their members. They get involved.”

Lynn joined 38 members in the full body fat burning kickboxing class to raise money for The Joey-O Foundation for Autism Awareness. The Joey-O Foundation for Autism Awareness was founded by the Osinski family with the commitment of giving back to the agencies and organizations that have been supportive in Joey’s development.

Lynn, who stays active in motivating the members by sharing her dietary secrets and fitness regimes through the franchise's blog, also presented an hour talk on nutrition, fitness, and training. The studio, alongside Amber Lynn, was able to raise $390 for the foundation.

"We're happy any time we can give back," stated the owner of the Pittsburgh location.

About: is a fitness kickboxing franchise that takes the workouts of professional fighters, and makes them accessible for men and women looking to lose weight and tone muscle. Their program emphasizes the importance of community, fun and support for long-lasting results. Information on kickboxing classes is available at Information on the fitness franchise opportunity is available at

About: Through fund-raising efforts and the acceptance of donations, this nonprofit foundation contributes financially to programs that serve special needs individuals — all while increasing public understanding of the autism spectrum. To get involved visit

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