"I Can't Sweat. I Just Got My Hair Done"
"We're not built for running"
"5K... I can't run more than a mile"

black women running

I’m sure you’ve heard these statements before or maybe you’ve said something similar yourself. 

It’s amazing how many times we talk ourselves out of doing something not knowing the amount of potential we have inside us.

If you’re on this page it’s because you’re ready to try something new and I’m here to help you bring out the best version of yourself.

Let’s change what the average runner looks like. 

Let’s break stereotypes. 

Let’s promote health & fitness in our community.

Let’s create a culture of running.

A Community for black runners

Part of the reason I created this blog was to encourage and educate you on how to become the best runner that you can be.

You’ll learn everything from

  • How to Stay Motivated
  • Training Techniques
  • Injury Prevention
  • Training Gear
  • Nutrition Tips
  • Breathing Tips
  • Race day prep
  • & So Much More!

Here are some posts to get you started:

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Don’t worry, I won’t spam you or do anything weird. 

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Let's talk about culture


It’s one thing to be a runner, but it’s another thing to be a Black runner.

We have the magic, melanin, and motivation for success.

But we also have to deal with the stress, silent killers, and social injustices that come with being Black.

This blog will also be a place for information, advocacy, and an outlet on some of the things that we are dealing with in the Black community.

Read On: Running While Black – What Now?

Certified Health Education Specialist.
Master of Public Health.

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Hello Friends!

 I started running around the age of 12 when I found out that middle schoolers were allowed to run and compete in cross country with our feeder high school. 

My parents swore there was no way I’d make it running countless miles as a sport so I joined the team to prove them wrong! 

Fast forward over 10 years later and I have now ran 1 full marathon, a few half marathons, and countless 10Ks and 5Ks.

Aside from running, I work in public health and have a special interest in health disparities – meaning the differences in health and healthcare between population groups. 

These differences often limit the quality of healthcare they receive and their overall quality of life. 

My hope is that through this blog, I will inspire and empower you to not only start running but to live a healthier life and be a true role model to those around you.