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Kymberlee Haberman

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Kymberlee has been teaching group exercise for over 11 years. While serving at several YMCAs in our region, she has been with our Fairless Hills branch for over three years while also maintaining another full-time job in Newtown.

Kymberlee teaches:

Wednesday PLYOGA from 6 - 7PM
Small Group Training, TRX Fit, Thursday from 7 - 8PM

Q & A with Kymberlee Haberman:

Hobbies & interests:
I love to read, but with two active teenagers my reading has taken a bit of a backseat. Currently my favorite thing to do is to go to my kids’ sporting events and scream their names out while they pointedly try to ignore me...haha.

Favorite Musician:  Frank Sinatra, no contest!

Favorite TV Show: My favorite types of shows are ‘smart sitcoms’ like The Good Place, Great News, Trial & Error, The Goldbergs. But I also have a love/hate relationship with This is Us.

Favorite thing about our YMCA? I love how you can feel like family with the instructors and the members. I could have the worst day ever, but coming into the Y immediately lifts my mood. We are so lucky to have really talented, friendly staff as well as great members.

Most proud moments?  Prior to my spine injury, I completed 3 marathons and 3 triathlons.

Favorite Quote?  “It’s nice to be important, but it’s more important to be nice”

Any other fun facts? I started out as a swimmer through the years swimming with a summer country club league (North Hills Country Club), high school (Upper Dublin High School), college (West Chester University). I wasn’t really that good, but good enough to make the teams. After swimming I tried Tae Kwan Do and full contact kickboxing with my three brothers who are all now black belts. After that I did cycling, running, and group exercise classes. This means that I have been consistently training since I was 12 years old.

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