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story.lead_photo.caption Andrea Smith, middle, one of the owners and instructors at Resilience TXK fitness studio, takes a class out into the parking lot in front of their studio on North State Line. The instructors keep their students in motion, even when temperatures are high. Photo by Junius Stone / Texarkana Gazette.

TEXARKANA, Texas — In a little studio tucked away on the Texas side of North State Line, a family-run fitness studio runs clients through paces. Featuring an eclectic line-up of classes and fitness, the studio combines method and motion to get their results. Open for about a year, the studio has helped its students keep themselves fit and sharp, weathering the stresses of daily life.

"I run a family studio," said Andrea Smith. "Not only do we encourage a family environment, but I own the place and run it along with my cousin, Shantikwa Smith.

The studio meets in the morning and the evening, depending on day and class. They take their students through a variety of fitness pursuits. Various small group routines, with dance fitness, Zumba and more. They also offer virtual and zoom classes for those who want to remain virtual.

They even have Twerking (type of dance) classes coming up and a program for certifying Twerking instructors.

(Resilience TXK is on Facebook or call them at 903-402-5225.)

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