Skyline Bar & Grill
1600 Lamar Street
Houston, TX 77010
9:30 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, 2013
We know Black Girls RUN!, but are you fit? UnitedHealthcare, a national partner of Black Girls RUN!, is proud to collaborate with Black Girls RUN! to bring you Black Girls RUN! Fitness Intervention Team (F.I.T.), a series of running clinics designed to provide relevant information on topics such as nutrition, hydration, running technique and injury prevention.Black Girls RUN! and UnitedHealthcare will be touring across the U.S. to host two-hour long clinics. Not only will attendees feel empowered to begin or continue in their journey to healthy living, but each clinic will culminate with a fun-filled cross-training activity such as Zumba, African dance, belly dancing, yoga, kickboxing and more! Capacity is limited, so sign up to attend today. Attendees must register prior to attending the event. For updates on BGR! F.I.T. clinics, please follow @BlackGirlsRUN on Twitter (#FITWithUHC), like Black Girls RUN! on Facebook, and visit: www.blackgirlsrun.com.Black Girls RUN! Fitness Intervention Team Clinic - Houston, TX Date:Saturday, September 14, 2013Time:9:30a - 11:30aLocation:Hilton Americas – Houston
1600 Lamar St, Houston, TX 77010
Lanier Grand Ballrooms A & B on Level 4Parking at Hotel: Self parking: $20.00 and Valet: $32.00Speaker: Crystal Hadnott
Crystal Hadnott is one of the rising stars in the health and wellness industry. From her clients and other individuals’ perspective, she is considered one of the most inspiring people in her role as trainer, health expert and wellness coach. READ MORE...
Instructor: Joyell Hayes
Joyell Hayes is an Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) certifiedgroup fitness instructor and health and wellness coach. Her love for fitness began with a background in cheer and dance. Joyell is also a certified Kickboxing, Insanity and P90X instructor, in addition to being a Black Girls Run Houston participant. She understands the importance of maintaining optimal strength, along with sound cardiovascular health, and strives to incorporate both into every class. Joyell’s goal is to make every participant feel welcomed while encouraging them to work to their personal max. She stresses the importance of mental state over the physical being, while teaching students to identify and celebrate every victory. She leads with her passion for people, discovering a healthier and happier self, and concentrates on helping the client find the Joy in the Journey.
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