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Black History 365

In a recent Instagram post, I asked y’all to tag a Black health and fitness professional you look up to. Thank you to everyone who tagged a (or multiple!) Black health and fitness professionals they look up to. I went through your recommendations and compiled them into this post so that you can use it as a resource. This list is not exhaustive, but it’s a start. Be sure to follow, support, amplify, and pay these Black health and fitness professionals. Not only during Black History month, but all year long. ⁣⁣#BlackHistory365
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@joliftlaugh⁣⁣
@powerofstrength⁣⁣
@kent_edwards⁣⁣
@justiceroe ⁣⁣
@dtdfitness⁣⁣
@akxsports⁣⁣
@thecurlyclinician ⁣⁣
@dbrownpt⁣⁣
@flexxqueen24⁣⁣
@lamarbodyworks⁣⁣
@mimistrainingplatform⁣⁣
@miss_sherille⁣⁣
@sweatdisciples⁣⁣
@blackgirlmagicmama ⁣⁣
@fitandfullbykayla ⁣⁣
@eakinwale⁣⁣
@mummy_fitness⁣⁣
@rwood.wellness ⁣⁣
@rebeckahprice⁣⁣
@theblktherapist ⁣⁣
@justspeakfreely ⁣⁣
@laurenleavellfitness
@commandofitnesscollective 
@blackgirlpilates
@melaninbrothersofpilates

Let me know in the comments if there is a Black health and fitness professional you look up to that I should add to this list!

My name is Sal (she/her pronouns) and I’m a Strength Coach🏋🏽‍♀️⁣.I studied Neuroscience 🧠 and African Studies 🌍 in college. ⁣I was the Instructor for an “Introduction to Powerlifting” physical education course in college and that’s how I found that teaching others how to get strong brings me so much joy🤗⁣. I speak 4 languages fluently🗣⁣ and grew up in New York City. Brooklyn wussup! 🌃 ⁣

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