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Pride

  • Representation matters. Because growing up, I didn't have a lot of people that actually looked like me, dressed like me, or spoke like me. So if I can help inspire just one person, my job is done. When I wasn't able to be who I was, I always turned to sports. I always turned to fitness because there was no judgement. I was either good or I wasn't. You couldn't judge me on my sexuality, you could only just me on how I moved.

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  • Pride to me means finding your authentic self. To be out and to be open and to accept myself for who I am is something that I think everyone can benefit from.

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  • Positivity, love, and acceptance are so powerful. Those, themselves within your community, can change a lot of lives.

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  • We're no bullshit about diversity, equity, and inclusion within fitness spaces. If you say something wrong, we teach you how to say it right. There's no embarrassment about it. We're all going to sweat the same way. We're all going to bleed the same way. We're all going to whine and cry the same way. We're all going to get fit and feel great.

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  • Being comfortable goes a long way for your confidence. When you're comfortable in your own space and your own head, you're able to accomplish a lot more.

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  • In the fitness space, doing the work means creating those environments where folks feel welcome and supported, regardless of what their walk of life and background is. Community is an open invite. Everybody's welcome. Everyone's appreciated. Everyone's respected. And everyone, regardless of their opinions or where they come from, has someone in their corner. 

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  • If you see a trans person going into a gym, just know that it took them a lot of energy and strength to get their foot in that door. Make them feel welcome because they're not your enemy. Community looks like being in a gym with people who get me, who know that I'm not a threat, and who know that I'm just there to get fit, lift heavy, and push myself.

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  • If I can be loud, be proud, kiss my husband and hold his hand when I walk into the gym, maybe that allows someone a little bit more room to shine brighter.  Bringing kindness into the gym allows people a little more room to be their authentic selves.

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