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Meet the New Body Ethic Professionals! The people below have taken the first step in making the health and fitness industry work for everyone, by signing the New Body Ethic Pledge.


340 professionals have signed the pledge! Add your name today!
PhotoLast NameFirst NameOccupationCityStateCountryWebsite, Blog or Social Media LinkPersonal Message
Sanelli Renee RYT-500 Tacoma WA USA
Kowalczuk Trenton Yoga instructor San Marcos Texas USA I have been studying Kevin Moore's Reembody Method for 2 months, and it has really opened my eyes to how the majority of the fitness industry views health and wellness. I want to be an ambassador for your program because I believe in what you do.
Gronewold Tam PFT, Owner, THE ABLE BODY FITNESS University Place WA USA www.theablebody.net YESSSSS!
Eddy Dean Gym Owner Portsmouth Hampshire United Kingdom Think Eat Do As an organisation Active health wholly endorse's the sentiment of the New Body Ethic.
Kelly Karen Registered Dietitian Oswego IL USA
Zamora Cecilia Pilates Trainer Huatulco Oaxaca Mexico Health & Fitness culture needs to change, people is already hating his body before they're know what is capable of.. we need to change lifestyle and start to being fit and healthy every day, not just a few days and then get a food reward, I think health & fitness should be sustainable.
Lanzano Lisa Registered Dietitian Nutritionist Boulder CO USA Essential Nutrition, LLC
lickwar Lauren General badassery Durham Nc Usa
St Cliere Joani Group Exercise Self Employed Chelmsford Essex United Kingdon Essex Health & Fitness
Irons Tess Persoanl Trainer Newton Abbot Devon England tessfit.co.uk/ I signed the pledge because having worked in a leisure centre for many years I broke away to set up a business which encompasses everything the pledge is about. I want to fill the void that so many people fall into when they want make positive changes. Not enough confidence, body image worries, need to avoid high impact, dislike crowded busy environments, think they are too old to change etc. I totally agree that the industry shames people and in my opinion guilt is a wasted emotion.

 


 

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