NBSV 133: Justice Roe Williams of Fitness4AllBodies on deconstructing the Fitness Industrial Complex
Have you heard the term ‘Fitness Industrial Complex’? If the answer is no, we can guarantee your response will be different by the end of this podcast episode.
Justice Roe, founder of Fitness4AllBodies, joins me to discuss his founding of the organization, looking to our work in the fitness industry as social justice work, and the systemic change that needs to happen in the fitness industry to foster inclusivity.
Justice is a Certified Personal Trainer, head coach at Kettlebell Justice, founder of The Queer Gym Pop Up and BodyImage4Justice, and Executive Director of Fitness4AllBodies based in Boston. Justice is a trans, body-positive social justice activist who continues to create safe spaces for all bodies across the globe through his work with Fitness4AllBodies
Important topics and points you don't want to miss:
>> How and why Justice founded Fitness4AllBodies
>> Our work in the fitness industry as social justice work, and decolonizing our fitness and coaching practices
>> Justice’s upcoming book: Deconstructing the Fitness Industrial Complex: How to Resist, Disrupt, and Reclaim What It Means to Be Fit in American Culture
Connect with Justice:
>> Book link [pre-orders are available on Amazon!]
>> LinkTree to Programming for Fitness4AllBodies
>> Access the full transcript of this episode here.
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