black fitness


“I think it’s so easy to get caught up in this kind of mould and structure of what people think dancers should be and look like and I think, even just looking at these shows that are now on television, it’s showing that you can be any colour. Y'know, you don’t have to be stick thin. I think it’s more just about what you’re bringing to this art form and how you’re expressing yourself.”

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My journey has just begun! Never forget where you came from! In May of 2012, I collapsed at work. I was a type II diabetic and I had spiked my blood sugar so high it caused me to pass out. The next day I went and got a gym membership. I’ve worked out 5-6 days a week since. After losing most of the weight and falling completely in love with fitness, I decided that I wanted to continue this lifestyle and perhaps gain recognition for it… so I decided to start training to compete in a fitness competition. That is my ultimate goal. To compete and win !