20 Lady-Boss Fitfluencers You NEED to Follow on Instagram Now

20 Lady-Boss Fitfluencers You NEED to Follow on Instagram Now
Presented by Spartan Training®

You don't have to go far to score some serious fitness motivation. (Even if you're stuck at home.) Simply head to Instagram and get scrolling.

Quarantine has caused a major spike in Instagram fitness content as many gyms remain closed in an effort to stop the spread of COVID-19, according to Forbes. With stay-at-home orders in effect, people are getting more creative about how they workout, and fitfluencers (fit-influencers) are putting out better (and more!) content than ever before. From free daily yoga and fitness classes, to inspirational thoughts, nutritional tips and recipes, and Instagram Live discussions, these lady-boss fitfluencers are crushing it. So if you find yourself stuck in a rut, or want to clean up your feed and get back on track, follow these 20 badass athletes now. You're welcome.

Related: The 10 Most Influential Women in Spartan Race History

Female Fitfluencers Every Spartan Should Be Following on Instagram

1. Emily Skye

FOLLOW: @emilyskyefit

This no B.S. Aussie trainer has a quit wit, and pumps out free workouts like it's her job. (Okay, it is, but still.) Plus, she's currently pregnant, so she's tapped into prenatal fitness, sharing safe workouts for moms to be. Her workout videos tend to demo each exercise in depth so you can really nail it.


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PREGNANCY SAFE WORKOUT WITH NO EQUIPMENT!! Wearing @womensbestwear 💕⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ SCROLL ACROSS ➡️⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 🤰🏻 If you’re currently pregnant make sure your Doc clears you for exercise.⁣⁣⁣⁣ Be sure to breathe properly & work your pelvic floor - see my story highlights for how to do this!⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ Do 3 - 7 rounds depending on your fitness level.⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 1. ALL FOURS KICK-BACK x 12⁣ EACH LEG⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 2. 2 PHASE SQUAT x 10 (only go as low as you comfortably can)⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 3. MODIFIED PLANK PUSH-UP x ⁣12⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ 4. SUMO SQUAT WITH PAUSE x 10⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ 5. FIRE HYDRANT x 12 EACH LEG⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ 6. MODIFIED PUSH-UP x 12⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣ 7. CLAM x 12 EACH LEG⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ Rest when needed & stop if you feel dizzy, unwell, hot or breathless. ⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ ⁣⁣⁣⁣⁣ #womensbest #emilyskye #Pregnancyworkout #noequipmentworkout #fitpregnancy #34weekspregnant

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2. Mirna Valerio

FOLLOW: @themirnavator

Mirna Valerio is revolutionizing what's possible in the game of trail running for both BIPOC athletes and athletes who are not a size 0 (hint: that's most of us!). She uses her voice to talk about body image issues and racism, set fitness goals and eradicate negative self talk, and much more, inspiring women to get off the couch and give fitness a go. No matter what. In addition to several trail marathons and ultras, she's also finished a handful of obstacle course races, too.


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What a weird time to be celebrating Global Running Day. Or is it? Running has brought me this platform, and the ability to to live my [running] life out loud, in my big black female body. I celebrate the opportunity to leave a mark, a legacy, or even to make a small ripple—but of what? Of acknowledgment, acceptance, of how when you extend yourself to others, you create that space in them to do the same, of how when you make the effort to set aside any preconceived notions about a person’s identity, and make no mistake, I’m talking about race, you might learn a bit more about yourself, them, and well, the world around you. So happy Global Running Day to you! I hope that you see the running community as yet another way to extend yourself, to be loved on and to give love back. (A note about this picture: This is day three @transrockiesrun_official]. @houda44 asked me to get up MAD EARLY and lead an early start for those runners who needed it so they would be able to finish the long and grueling 23 miles of this stage within the cutoff. I had pulled out of Stage 1 because of bum achilles and severe fatigue, and so I got to volunteer, do some of the course, and help my fellow TRR family to their own personal finishes in a small way. Begs the question, what small action can you take to make the world a little bit more equitable? #transrockiesrun #trailrunning #globalrunningday #running #blacklivesmatter #runnersofinstagram

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3. Na Na

FOLLOW: @nanabwincess

Na Na lives and works in Malaysia running a travel blog alongside her fitness endeavors. She dishes out follow-along workouts, as well as beauty advice, recipes and travel tips. Consider her handle a one-stop shop for adventurers who embrace the wellness lifestyle.


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Core killer workout and no equipment needed.

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4. Lindsay Webster

FOLLOW: @lindsaydawnwebster

Spartan Pro Lindsay Webster shares motivational inspiration for athletes who are serious about OCR (or want to be) straight from her training grounds in Canada. Whether it's a shot of her cresting a mountaintop, or her thoughts on using training to support mental wellness, Webster's approachable tone makes you want to strap on your kicks and get after it.

5. Callie Bundy

FOLLOW: @calliebundy

Callie Bundy is a fitness and football fanatic with her own training app that helps you track your nutrition and get back into shape. On top of her love for a good burger, she just had a baby last year and now shares wisdom from her postpartum-fitness journey as she experiences challenges and wins as a new mom.


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Yeah that’s actually @myhomiemoxie barking in the beginning of the video, not intentional just good timing haha. When I first started training again after baby, I focused more on full body workouts & core. Now at 8 months postpartum I’m starting to add in working on areas that need a little more attention. I still pretty much do a full body workout every training, but tweaking things with a slight focus each workout depending on what I see/feel needs more work. I’ve been focusing a bit more on glutes 2 workouts a week, because they got very weak during pregnancy & the first few months postpartum. That’s the fun part about fitness to me, paying attention to your own body adding things in as needed. This way you figure out what works for which is just as important as what doesn’t work for you! 💪🏼😉 #doyourhomework workout fueled by @sixstarpronutrition preworkout 💥 #8monthspostpartum

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6. Alyssa Hawley

FOLLOW: @alyssahawley14

This Spartan Pro hasn't had an easy go of it with injuries lately. But even so, Alyssa Hawley shares her inspiration and thoughts around injury prevention and recovery, and being an openly gay athlete in OCR. She uses her voice to talk about women's and LGBTQ rights, and her firsthand experiences to show just how important this kind of work really is, both on and off the course.

7. Lita Lewis

FOLLOW: @followthelita

Lita Lewis is a total badass. Not only does she have her own fitness app and athletic apparel company, but she's also an advocate for Black Lives Matter inspiring her audience to think about, and discuss, the role of BIPOC women in sports today. Her conversation starters couldn't be more important.


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Happy Humpty Hump Day! Try this total body routine that requires 5lbs dumbbells. 12-REP COUNT of EACH: 1. Alt. Sky Scrapers w/Push-up 2. Lateral Squat & Swing 3. Row & Raise 4. Lateral Squat Pulses w/Squat Jump 5. Single Leg Raise Toe Touches (12 each leg) Rest: 1 minute between rounds 3 Rounds You can follow similar workouts like this by downloading my App! $1 for 30-Days, no obligation to stay, it’s a no brainer! Link in BIO Next LIVE-STREAM class is today! 10am PT/12pm CT/1pm ET, Register-LINK in BIO Music: Good Kisser by @usher Sports bra: @nikewomen Leggings: @thickathleticsapparel #comingsoon Waist bead: @waistedbymika #sweatwithlita #totalbodyworkout #thickfit #thickathletics

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8. Jeanette Jenkins

FOLLOW: @msjeanettejenkins

Jeanette Jenkins is part of Hollywood's elite trainers for good reason. She's a fiesty fighter with a no-excuses attitude, and has trained Queen Latifah and Pink, among other celebs. In addition, she's a mom with a positive message to share, and posts the best do-anywhere core workout videos. If you've fallen off the fitness wagon, follow Jenkins to get right back on.


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❤️Tag a friend & get moving! It’s Day3 of our #Summer Body Bootcamp and it’s never too late to join us! Today’s workout is our “Upper Body Blast” workout in the club and a 3mile Run/Walk/Jog. If you would like to exercise indoors you can substitute the 3mile Run/Walk/Jog with our #CardioBlast or #500Calorie Burner Workout! Login to the club www.TheHollywoodTrainerClub.com or click the link in my profile @msjeanettejenkins click on “Exercise” then “Virtual Gym” and press play on Day3! ⁣ ⁣ ❤️We would love to have you join us! All the workouts in our club are INSTRUCTIONAL.⁣ ⁣ ❤️The goal of this bootcamp is to encourage you to be committed and consistent with your workouts and healthy eating so you can feel great, look great and function at your best. ⁣ ⁣ ❤️Regular exercise is like your daily internal hygiene. It helps regulate your hormones, it gives you a boost of endorphins to help lift your spirits, it helps bring fresh oxygen to all of your cells in your body to help rejuvenate your internal organs, your skin, your blood stream and your brain. Exercise increases the growth of new brain cells, it decreases your risk of illnesses from depression, heart disease & diabetes to covid19, cancer and much more. ⁣ Exercise helps improve your mental & physical strength, self confidence and much more!⁣ ⁣ ❤️All the streaming workouts for this”30Day Summer Body Body” our “Ab Blast” Challenge our “14Day Love Your Body Home Workouts” our “Summer Body Bootcamp” our “Total Body Bootcamp” our “Butt Challenge” our “Sister Series” and more are in the “Virtual Gym” under the “Exercise” tab! 😊It’s only $19.99/month to access all of these challenges and over 500+ streaming workouts and challenges, over 150+ healthy recipes & meal plans and our Community Wall for Support! ⁣ ⁣ ❤️Log in and write a message on the Community Wall so we know you’re coming with us! #WorkoutMotivation #PositiveEnergy #SelfCare #HomeWorkouts #FitnessChallenge #ArmExercises #UpperBodyExercises #HealthyLiving

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9. Nicole Mericle

FOLLOW: @nickledm

Spartan Pro Nicole Mericle is a fun one to follow because not only does she offer simple, butt-busting workouts, but also you get a behind-the-scenes glance at how she uses climbing to stay fit for OCR. Watch enough of her bouldering videos and you'll be building your own at-home hang wall in no time.

10. Heaven Colon

FOLLOW: @fittheaven

Spartan Spirit Award winner Heaven Colon used OCR to shed 200 lbs, beat depression and completely revolutionize her life. But it wasn't an easy journey, and she gets real about it on Instagram. Colon employs her platform to talk about the struggles and triumphs of transformation, and how with grit, determination and a lot of elbow grease, anything is possible.


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There has to be a point where you say to yourself... "the have to's, I got to's, I will do, and I did it". What will it take for you to reach each of those in your journey? Something always drives us, pushes us, motivates us, and shakes us to get to that point. What is yours? Photo then was just the beginning for me... I had no clue I would get to the photo today. All I knew was that I was not going to give up on myself as I have done so much in the past. In order to be a success in this kind of journey you have got to enjoy the ENTIRE journey... the good, the bad, the fears, the scale going up and down, the clothes fitting, the non-scale victories, the days where you don't want to, the days you test the waters and binge, the days of sickness and days of health... I could go on and on... ya'll feel me? Strive for it. Aim for it. Work for it. You got this. 💪Always a #workinprogress You got this!! #fittheaven #mevsme #tbt #mondaymotivation #inspiration #beforeandafter #thisisme #wls #weightlossmotivation #grind #workhardplayhard #dontbelievemejustwatch #journey #fitnessmotivation #goals #determination #latina #excessskin #extremeweightloss #dontgiveup #keepgoing #pushyourself #transformation #transformationtuesday #success #influencer #goaldigger #strongwomen #whateverittakes

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11. Kayla Itsines

FOLLOW: @kayla_itsines

Kayla Itsines single-handedly built an empire of fitness lovers in search of a total-body transformation. She publishes regular workouts in her BBG Sweat program (Bikini Body Guides) and created a space where ladies can share their own before/after photos, seek support and connect with like minded women in the wellness world.

12. Maggie Cvetkovic

FOLLOW: @maggie_spartan_pro

Spartan Pro Maggie Cvetkovic reps Switzerland in OCR and currently lives in Singapore. She travels all around the world to compete in Spartan Races, and even though an MCL injury set her back a couple of months, she is tough as nails. After getting sick of sitting on the sidelines doing knee rehab, she made a snap decision to race a Beast (no hydration pack, no compression socks, no breakfast) and crushed it anyways. Talk about inspiration in action.


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2 month ago I’ve torn my MCL (grade 2) and wasn’t able to run ever since. I was supposed to be a spectator today, watching my BF @racerdavis run the Beast, cheer and take photos. After having sat out a bunch of races over the past 2 month I got a bit feed up and made a last minute decision this morning to race the Beast anyways. My plan was to gently jog around the course at a slow pace but that didn’t last for long. Half way into the Beast I was leading the race. My knee was fine. Good to know that I still have it in me after being lazy for 2 month and rocking up to the race completely unprepared. No breakfast, no nutrition, no hydration pack, no compression socks.... that was probably a bit stupid but it worked. Congratulations to my BF Chris who came 4th in the men’s elite. Aroo Aroo Aroo 🔥 #spartan #spartanrace #spartanracemy #spartanracehk #spartanpro #spartanproteam #ocr #obstaclerace #malaysia #hongkong #competitive #unable #to #raceforfun #itsalwaysarace

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13. Diksha Gautham

FOLLOW: @dee_gautham

Diksha Gautham has leveraged her own transformational story to reach other women out there who struggle with body image and weight loss. You'll find tons of tips on weightlifting and strength training in her feed. Plus, she's an advocate for BIPOC athletes and a thought leader for how we can even out the huge disparities people of color face in getting access to healthy food.


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❤️ There are huge racial disparities when it comes to lifestyle-related healthy diseases such as heart disease, diabetes, and obesity. . As I’m thinking about how I can be a better ally—The health field is the obvious area where our company has the most impact. Last week, our entire team at @thebossbodyrevolution sat down to discuss concrete actions steps we commit to taking to make our community more inclusive to black women. In this video I share the three things we commit to doing and sustaining long-term to create a more inclusive community. . When it comes to health, Black communities face HUGE disparities in food availability, quality, and access to healthy food, which plays a major role in health outcomes. I’d also like to link a few organizations that support African-American health. Consider donating to these organizations that are helping support Black communities: . 🖤 The Center for African American Health: A Family Resource Center dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of infants, seniors, and everyone in between by providing culturally-sensitive health education and health promotion programs. Visit them here: https://caahealth.org . 🖤 Black Womens Health Alliance: They provide evidence-based programs for women and families that focus on physical, mental, and spiritual health and the associated social determinants of health. @bwhaorg . 🖤 Center for Black Women’s Wellness: CBWW is a non-profit organization that provides free and low-cost services to empower black women, and their families, toward physical, mental and economic wellness. www.cbww.org . I’m sharing our commitments as a company in this video so that you can know what we’re thinking, but also hold us accountable! If you don’t see us taking action, call us out. If there are further allyship ideas you’d like to recommend to our brand, let me know in the comments below!👇

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14. Meghan Hayden

FOLLOW: @meghan_hayden_

Meghan Hayden is all about strength, cardio and kettlebells. She's an OCR athlete, trainer, and now co-inventor of Ladder Teams, a new fitness app launching June 15 which dishes up several workouts per week and provides direct one-on-one access to a coach. Cool, right? Consider this speed-dial feature the next big thing in digital fitness.

15. Demi Bagby

FOLLOW: @demibagby

Bodybuilder Demi Bagby has inspired millions with her own journey from couch to CrossFit, and now publishes weekly workouts on her YouTube channel from her home in San Diego, CA. Her positive, uplifting, can-do attitude helps shift people back into alignment with their goals. Plus, her workout instructions are thorough and easy to follow.


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FULL BODY (anotha one *dj khaled voice*) hahaha 😂 Happy Happy Wednesday let’s get after it this week! Try this full body workout and let me know whatcha think! What are YOUR main goals for the rest of the week?! Mine is to continue to push myself and find something that scares me quarantine style... any suggestions ?! ( I was sending new flips into the pool yesterday and it felt so good to scare the S#*t out of myself, much much needed!!😋💙 Come train with me on my app @demibagbyfit!!!⁣ ⁣ FULL BODY CIRCUIT⁣ ⁣ 1️⃣ 40S | Lunge Knee Drive ( Each Leg )⁣ ⁣ 20S Rest⁣ ⁣ 2️⃣ 40S | Side Plank Rotation ( Each Side )⁣ ⁣ 20S Rest⁣ ⁣ 3️⃣ 40S | Half Burpee⁣ ⁣ 20S Rest⁣ ⁣ 4️⃣ 40S | Mountain Climbers ⁣ ⁣ 20S Rest⁣ ⁣ 5️⃣ 40S | Push-Up Shoulder Tap Arm Raise ⁣ ⁣ 20S Rest and Repeat 2-3 times!!!⁣ ⁣ I’ve been uploading weekly follow along YT workouts so go sub to my channel and let’s GOOOO!!! ☺️⁣ ⁣ @gymshark

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16. Emily Astiz-Black

FOLLOW: @emilyastiz

American Emily Astiz-Black is a Spartan Pro and SGX Coach who lives and trains in Singapore. In addition to the cardio and lifting that comes with OCR, she's super into yoga, using her practice to maintain mental clarity. Follow her posts for life lessons and a mind-body energetic upgrade.

17. Jessamyn Stanley

FOLLOW: @mynameisjessamyn

Jessamyn Stanley brings a raw, edgy authenticity to yoga teaching on social media. She's pro medicinal marijuana and CBD, offering regular 420-friendly practices on Instagram Live (if you're into that). She's also utterly hilarious and a dead-straight shooter when it comes to speaking her truth. Without holding back, she advocates for big. necessary change to address systemic racism in the yoga community—and the world in general. And her gorgeous, fearless, nearly-nude imagery inspires almost half a million people to embrace their own bodies, right where they're at.


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A word on this transition- stepping forward from downward facing dog to a lunge pose is hard as fuck. It took years for this transition to feel normal in my body. If you are currently falling flat on your face instead of stepping smoothly into downdog, know that I am right there with you because this shit is hard and you are allowed to fall down. Falling down doesn’t mean there’s something wrong with you, it makes you a fearless bad bitch. I go into way more detail about this in the air track classes on @theunderbellyyoga so I’m not gonna beat a dead horse here- if you wanna begin or continue your yoga journey, try our free trial and get your life. But right now I’m way less concerned with “teaching yoga” and more just desperate to express how much I identify with anyone who finds it hard to practice this transition. This is hands down one of the most common questions y’all ask. Falling on your face in yoga is just like falling on your face in life. And honestly life is just a series of banana slips on repeat and all that ever happens is we get better at finding a smile when our ass hits the ground. Also shout out to my @theunderbellyyoga team for curating these clips and celebrating the fuck out of the air track this week. Mad love to all of you who are out there slaying your journey and learning how to breathe and be with yourself. I honor you, I love you, I am grateful for you. #ubyoga #everybodyyoga All of @theunderbellyyoga classes are shot & cut by my loves at @bigdoglittlebedproductions

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18. Selena Watkins

FOLLOW: @selenawatkins

Selena Watkins is a dancer and choreographer who puts together energetic, fun-to-follow cardio workouts. Before she created her own dance company (launching soon), she crushed the stage on tour with Nicki Minaj, and danced for the NBA and Super Bowl. Follow her for creative ways to get your sweat on. Plus, she shares delish recipes featuring whole foods and bold flavors so you can take healthy meals to the next level.


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Kale & Plantain Avocado Toast with Loaded Fruit Smoothie. •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 🍋☘️🌿Avocado Toast w PLANTAIN: toast gluten-free bread or ekezial sprouted bread on stovetop with coconut oil mash 1-2 avocadoes with garlic, salt, 1/2 squeezed lime, hemp seeds, black pepper. sauté lots of kale in grapeseed oil or avocado oil with 1/2 squeezed lime, drizzles of coconut aminos, garlic salt, aggressive pours of nutritional yeast; Add chopped onions & mushrooms slice and fry ripe plantain on stovetop in avocado oil or grapeseed oil •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••• 🥥🥬🍌Loaded Smoothie: 1/2 @vitacoco coconut water 1 cup @traderjoes oat milk 1 cup coconut milk 1 banana Frozen blueberries Frozen Mango Scoop of almond butter 1 Cultured Cashew Yogurt Dash of cinnamon 4-6 Medjool Dates Handful of Chia Seeds or Hemp Seeds Blend in Ninja Bullet or blender

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19. Tally Rye

FOLLOW: @tallyrye

Tally Rye lives in London, and trains individuals and groups as an "anti-diet, weight-inclusive PT". She touts the benefits of exercise way beyond the physical, and shows her audience how to love fitness as a form of self care rather than punishment. In addition to running retreats and spin classes, she also co-hosts the podcast Fit & Fearless, featured on the BBC. Her realistic approach to wellness makes even the most skeptical, uncertain people convert to the active lifestyle.


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Simply follow along with me in real time, dance around your house and have a laugh whilst you do it! ⁣ ⁣ My hope is that this will help raise your heart rate in a way that is fun way that will leave you smiling and feeling more connected to your body. ⁣ ⁣ I also want to remind you that moving your body for fitness doesn’t have to just mean HIIT & weight workouts - the world is your oyster. Have fun with movement, get creative and think outside the box 🙌🏻.⁣ ⁣ P.S obvs not allowed to use copyrighted music, but trust me when I say you’ll be singing along to these in no time 😉. ⁣ P.p.s sports bra is @checkouthernorks which is a great cause! ⁣ #TrainHappy #danceworkout #cardio #homeworkout #joyfulmovement #intuitivemovement #fitness #personaltrainer ⁣ ⁣

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20. Tamara Pridgett

FOLLOW: @tamsgoinham

Tamara Pridgett is an avid trail runner and lifter extraordinaire. Her feed mixes Mother Nature and gym workouts, as well as inspirational messages that empower women to carpe diem and get moving. She also just launched a podcast a few months ago called The First, which provides a platform for professional athletes to tell their stories. She interviews all walks of athletes, from Olympic triple jumpers to Yankees hitting coaches. So if you're looking to learn from a smart, diverse group of voices in the fitness space, this is it.


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Ima try to keep it short but y'all, I'm FINALLY launching my podcast @thefirstpod ⁠🙌🏽⁠ ⁠ It's taken almost a year to execute because of doubt, fear, having surgery, and a lot of other excuses but I did it! I've been challenging myself to act on my ideas and to create the content I want instead of complaining and waiting for someone else to do it. ⁠ ⁠ The First is a platform where athletes can be their authentic selves, own their narratives, and share their stories with the world. And it's all about connecting with one another through sport.⁠ ⁠ Season 1 will be live this Sunday, February 16th at 2 pm ET, and new episodes will drop every Sunday at 2 pm ET. ⁠ ⁠ Thank you @rozalynnfrazier for holding me accountable and always asking for updates. Thank you @priscuitngravy for bringing my graphic vision/artwork to life and for answering all my late-night texts about photoshop. Thank you @sierratall for giving me editing advice. Thank you @suddsuddsudd for always checking in, in general, and for the beat. Thank you Ryan @listeningpartypresents for giving me a place to record when I need it.⁠ ⁠ I'm feeling all the feels right now — nervous, anxious, excited, stressed — so check it out when it drops and let me know what you think.

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