On this episode, the Queens talk about building and finding your own fitness community. What should you look for? How do you find one? Find out how the Queens tapped into their communities to spread the fitness love.
On this episode, the Fit Black Queens interview plant-based public health nutritionist and clean beauty expert Chelsea Williams of That's Chelsea. She shares clean beauty tips, including how to start a clean beauty journey, products she recommends for skin and care, and her skincare routine.
On this weeks Episode of Fit Black Queens podcast. We are reminiscing on our Funniest Fitness Moments. Let's laugh together as we share some hilarious moments we've had as Trainer and Instructor. We'd love to hear your funny fitness moments. Tag us and share
On this week's episode, the queens are talking all about green living. How have you "greened" your lifestyle? Have you ever been a victim of greenwashing? Hear about each of the queens' green lifestyle journey, and learn some tools to search for green products.
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One of the keys to success in fitness and in life generally is developing routines. On this week's episode, the queens share how their routines have changed over the last month. Learn some tips on how to tweak your routine while still managing and accomplishing goals.
How has your routine evolved over the last month?
This week, the queens discus one of the most controversial topics in our community when it comes to fitness: hair. Has your hair ever kept you from a workout? Are you curious how black fitness pros deal with all of that sweat all of the time? Listen in to hear part 1 of this important topic.
On this week's episode, the Fit Black Queens interviewed Ginger Harper of The Ginger Marie Blog. They spoke about how to stay authentic in the social media era, keeping your recipes fresh and exciting, and the life of a food blogger.
On this episode, the Queens share how they're getting creative with fitness while they're unable to go to the gym and physically work with clients the way they would have been able to just a week ago. They're challenging each other to try something new this week, PLUS they have a challenge for all of their listeners! New this week: The Fit Black Queens #PowerHour! Visit the fitblackqueens page on Instagram to learn more!
It's crazy out here in these streets and we have a special episode of The Fit Black Queens Podcast, the queens discuss how COVID-19 is affecting their communities, how to take care of your mental health while you're in isolation, and health and fitness resources to help you keep moving forward in your wellness journey.
How are you being impacted by this pandemic? Are there any organizations in your community that are doing excellent work to help others during this time? Send us a voice message and/or share your thoughts with us on social media!
This week, the queens are talking about representation in the fitness industry. From the marketing of activewear lines to group fitness classes, we want to know: Does the industry reflect the diversity we experience in our everyday lives?
"Body positivity is a social movement rooted in the belief that all human beings should have a positive body image, while challenging the ways in which society presents and views the physical body."
On this week's episode of the Fit Black Queens Podcast, Adina (Deanie the Yogini) @mrsgoody2shoes , Alexis (Flecks of Lex) @flecksoflex , De (Faith Fueled Mom) @faithfueledmom , and Tikima (Tikima Renee Fitness) @tikimareneefitness discuss their experiences with this movement.
What's your take on the Body Positive Movement? Join the conversation by messaging us on social media or leaving a voice note:
Looking to start getting into fitness but worried that it's "too late" to start?
On this week's episode of the Fit Black Queens Podcast, Adina (Deanie the Yogini), Alexis (Flecks of Lex), De (Faith Fueled Mom), J'Que (J'Que Now), and Tikima (Tikima Renee Fitness) are joined by Shera Strange (Miss Strange Fitness) for a discussion on fitness over 50 and reversing negative health indicators with lifestyle changes.
How old were you when started on your fitness journey? What's holding you back from starting? Join in the conversation by messaging us on social media or by leaving a voice note:
When was the last time you took time out for self-care? What does "self-care" even mean?
On this week's episode of the Fit Black Queens Podcast, De (Faith Fueled Mom), Tikima (Tikima Renee Fitness), and Alexis (Flecks of Lex) are joined by Sandrell Bentley (Natural Fly Diva) for a discussion on taking time to take care of yourself.
How do you practice self-care? Join in the conversation by messaging us on social media or by leaving a voice note: https://anchor.fm/fitblackqueens/message
As active women, we live in our Sports Bra, but not all sports bra are equal. Join the conversation with Adina, Alexis, De, Jque, and Tikima as we share our perspectives on finding the perfect sports bra.