I’m confident that with greater representation of different skin tones, body types, ages and interests, more females would see themselves and the possibilities for themselves.
FACES OF FITNESS: Black History Edition is all about taking the limits off ourselves and off one another. Continue reading FACES OF FITNESS: Black History Edition
Regardless of how far you go, if you’re an everyday woman training hard and pushing your limits, chances are you’ve experienced some of these 10 struggles, triumphs and truths about training. Continue reading 10 Truths About Training & the Everyday Female Athlete
I lay still, exhaling through pursed lips until I could wince myself up onto the sofa. I unfisted my eyes to look at my hand. My right pinky had swelled into a lopsided stack of blueberries. I’d never seen such an ugly shade to my skin. Worse yet, I couldn’t move my finger at all. My mind leaped to the petrifying place any athlete or gym rat’s would. “Oh no, my training!” Continue reading The First Hurdle
I heard stitching tear as the super cute RB High Impact stretched over my shoulders. And the expensive white Stella McCartney bra that looked so good on the rack was so tight that I couldn’t avoid smearing N70 foundation on the collar as I fought my way out of it. Black girl problems. Continue reading Lose The Bounce – Part 2
With a little coaxing, Arlene seized the moment and stepped on to the platform to have her gorgeous blue sunhat judged among the rest. I watched my big sister laugh and mingle with a jolly woman in a statement red hat and a blonde in an ocean blue, Jane Jetson inspired design that took first place. Everyone clapped, more champagne flowed and just like that, we were thrust into the wonderful world of polo. Continue reading Hot Mess: sweating in the cheap seats at Polo For Heart