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Emory Bernard, also known as “Fit by Joc,” is a celebrity personal trainer and Muscletech branded Athlete. The native Atlantan has been on the fitness scene for four years and has been traveling the world to follow his passion since. Not only has he helped clients achieve their fitness goals, he has also aided them…

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Former first lady Michelle Obama flossed her sculpted abs on Instagram, creating an internet traffic jam because of her serious workout glow. The wife of former President Barack Obama repeated for her 33 million Instagram followers the oft-stated truism that there is no gain without pain in the workout room. “It doesn’t always feel good…

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Summer is quickly approaching. Whether your “summer body” is ready or not, there are a few apps that can help you begin your fitness journey or tone up in time for those summer pool parties and cookouts. Here are 10 worth considering: Peloton Digital This app offers total body workouts with more than 10 daily live…

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Millions of people are dehydrated from refusing to drink water daily. Others simply are too busy to remember to have a sip here and there. Having an app that reminds you to drink water could be just what the doctor ordered. Social media sites and blogs are filled with experienced health advocates and personal trainers…

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Countless women in the entertainment industry call themselves media mavens, yet Leslie “Big Lez” Segar embodies the juju we seek. She exudes beauty, wit and tenacity at all once. She is a multitalented and highly respected dancer and choreographer, an on-air radio and TV personality and producer, a fitness specialist, and a stage and film actress.…

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Kelsi Horn holds the current title of Miss Black USA. The petite beauty from Detroit wasn’t a pageant girl growing up but was inspired to run in college. During Black History Month, she has been on the go, talking about the pageant and the platforms she supports. While in Atlanta this week, Horn dropped by rolling…

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Nearly one-half of the American population will be obese by 2030, according to a 2012 study published in the American Journal of Preventive Medicine. The researchers estimate that this will result in an additional $66 billion in health care expenditures, 7.8 million new cases of diabetes, 6.8 million new cases of stroke and heart disease,…

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