Welcome to Bebé Fuerte! Robin Arzόn, VP of Fitness Programming and Head Instructor at Peloton, believes in the power of movement for all ages and as a mom herself, was inspired to create this new collection of infant toys. Bebé Fuerte celebrates the magic that movement brings to baby and caregiver alike. Her Stack & Count Kettlebell is a classic stacking toy with a twist! The top twists onto the base to form a kettlebell shape and keep all the pieces together. Little ones can be just like their caregiver and “workout” with this baby kettlebell, but with the added fun of beads in the handle that make an enticing rattling sound as the kettlebell is moved. Ready to stack? Just twist off the top and place the pieces together for classic play that encourages both fine motor and problem-solving skills.
Arzόn also leans into her Cuban-Puerto Rican roots with this toy by including the numbers 1-2-3 on one side and the words Uno-Dos-Tres on the other. It's a fun way to bring Spanish into playtime with your baby. When playtime is done, the twist that turns this stacking toy into a kettlebell also helps ensure that all pieces stay together and are easy to store away in one piece.
- Classic Stacking Toy with a Twist! Twist top onto the base to keep the pieces together and let baby join the work out fun with a kettlebell featuring fun rattling sounds
- Developmental Toy: Untwist the top and baby can stack the rings back together which helps develop both fine motor and problem-solving skills
- Teaching Toy: With the numbers 1-2-3 on one side and the words Uno-Dos-Tres on the other, it's a fun way to bring Spanish into playtime Self-Storing Stacker: Twisting the top onto the base forms the kettlebell shape that keeps all pieces together - play and storage all-in-one!
- Joyful Movement: Robin Arzόn, VP of Fitness Programming and Head Instructor at Peloton, believes in the power of movement for all ages and is pleased to introduce Bebé Fuerte, a collection of infant toys that celebrates the magic that movement brings to both baby and caregiver; Arzόn also leans into her Cuban-Puerto Rican roots and ensures that each of her baby toys comes in bilingual packaging