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A Bachelorette Party that Burns Calories, Not Brain Cells

Some bachelorette parties go a little something like this: Gather. Drink. Pile into limo. Stop at bar with penis straws and sashes saying things like "Miss Bride to Be". Male stripper does a dance. Random dude at the bar buys everyone shots. Pile back into the limo. Maid of honor to be tosses her cookies out the window while crying. Blackout. Wake up feeling like crap. The end.

I don't know about you, but this is not always my idea of a good time. How about trying something different for your (or your best friend's) bachelorette party. I'm thinking Sheila Kelley's S Factor...

Led by an instructor, an S Factor Bachelorette Party is a totally creative way to celebrate a bride-to-be. The two-hour party is designed with fun in mind, yet still provides the gentle, rigorous workout that the S Factor is famous for. The first part of the party consists of a luxurious warm-up that takes students through all S Factor movements and positions learned in the regular classes. Depending on the size of the party, everyone will learn the first part of a lap dance routine and a beginning pole trick or two. The best part is, the bride-to-be will learn a full-on lap dance routine that she will perform for her friends (and later her husband-to-be). The cost for an S Factor Bachelorette Party is $550 (for up to 10 women). For more information and to book a party, go to SFactor.com.

Fit's Tip: Party hardy after you've burned off some calories -- Especially since food or drink are not allowed and, due to safety regulations, alcoholic beverages should not be consumed before or during the party.

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diva_22 diva_22 8 years
This sounds great. I am in the process of planning a b-party for my girl, and the first scenario was definitely out anyway...
bookgirl bookgirl 8 years
That's a great idea, it sounds better than the scenario above (which I played out on my best friends bachelorette party last year).
bookgirl bookgirl 8 years
That's a great idea, it sounds better than the scenario above (which I played out on my best friends bachelorette party last year).
SU3 SU3 8 years
I love the idea! I think this would be so much more fun for a bachelorette party!
jsperr jsperr 8 years
Oooooooh, makes me want to marry my husband again just for the bachelorette party :)
CestLaVie CestLaVie 8 years
Laughed at your scenario example :) ha ha, and how (sadly) true! The S-Factor would seriously be a blast- and something the guys would appreciate later!
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