In this episode, Kimberly is joined by special guest Percell Dugger to talk about all things wellness, health, and community.
Percell is not only a NIKE running coach but also a wellness consultant and writer dedicated to fostering equitable health and culture within the community. Percell's expertise and passion shine through his various roles, making a profound impact on promoting inclusivity and well-being.
As a founder of both GOODWRK and Fit For Us, Percell has made significant impact on the wellness sphere that goes far beyond mere physical exercises and showcases transformations through "before and after" images. This places him among the most influential thinkers in his field, showcasing his extensive influence on diverse aspects of well-being.
So tune in to this episode filled with personal experiences and advocacies of Percell Dugger, and be inspired to take a step forward to your wellness journey!
Macro health disparities that affect Black and Brown people
The importance of support, resources, access, and awareness
SELFmagazine and its feature to creating a safe space for Black fitness professionals
Where do you struggle when it comes to your well-being?
Start right and finish strong with Nike Run Club
The importance of “deconditioning” in fitness and how it can help change your body
How to deal with body image struggles
The importance of body positivity and long-term, sustainable changes
Fostering equitable health and culture within the community
“I think care culture is really about this idea of wellness and fitness coaches say that for you to be happy, you have to have this product or look like this, right? It's almost it's the reason why people feel like they gotta get in shape before they go to the gym, right?” – Percell Dugger
“There's a lot of joy in my community. There's joy in people, and I want to celebrate that at every chance that I get. And I don't care too much about whether or not you weigh this amount or your genius fits like this. You can love yourself. And more importantly, loving yourself and loving others can have a far greater impact on society than having ‘great abs or nice biceps’ — nobody cares at the end of the day.” – Percell Dugger
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