Full-Length Silhouette Of A Fit Black Woman

Full-Length Silhouette Of A Fit Black Woman

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Full-Length Silhouette Of A Fit Black Woman

Be inspired or influenced to prioritize making active living a daily part of your life every time you look at the picture below, a full-length silhouette of a fit black woman.  The introductory YMCA Basic Theory Fitness course taught me to appreciate the barriers we face in this society to exercise, eat well, and maintain a healthy weight. Anything from your physical environments to your gender, education, culture, social support network, income and social status can be factors or reasons to why you can’t lead a healthy lifestyle. Maybe you lack time, maybe you lack energy, it could be that you are just uncomfortable. This fit black woman -in the full-length silhouette- was able to overcome these factors. Why? Because she made the decision to make it a priority in her life to healthy eating, physical activity and maintaining a healthy weight. And you can too.

Do not, I repeat do not make the mistake of looking at the photo of this full-length Silhouette of a fit black woman and thinking that your body has to look like hers to be fit. No, that is not what I’m saying. The truth is that we all come in different shapes and sizes, so focus on being the best YOU that you can be, and own it.  Eat right, exercise, and when you are happy with your results, flaunt it to inspire more people to lead an active lifestyle.

Full-Length Silhouette Of A Fit Black Woman
Healthy Living

To help lead you in the right direction I leave you with some tips that you can implement at home.

  • 30 minutes of cardio (5 times a week)
  • 100 push-ups a day (5 times a week)
  • 100 sit-ups a day (5 times a week)
  • Stretch every day (every day)
  • Cut down on junk food(only eat junk food on the weekend)
  • Don’t eat after 7:30 pm. (Drink water if you get hungry)
  • Get lots of sleep
  • Read articles, books, and magazines on healthy eating and staying fit
  • Watch exercise videos on YouTube to stay inspired and motivated as well find new routines to do
  • Don’t listen to people who say “He should love you for who you are”
  • Don’t listen to people who say “She should love you for who you are”
  • Look at your butt-naked body every day in the mirror (For motivation)
  • Buy a scale and weigh yourself every day. (To monitor your weight)
  • Do it for yourself, your husband/boyfriend and children
  • Do it for yourself, your wife/girlfriend and children


Staff writer: David P
Photo Image: We respect the model’s choice to remain anonymous

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David P Fenelus is presently studying Social Media and Digital Marketing, at Herzing College, in Montreal, Quebec, Canada.  He is the web publisher of www.nuwla.com. His interests are content marketing; black history; reading; social issues; NBA basketball; NFL Football; rap music; and fantasy sports. You can follow him on Twitter @davidfenelus For information on how to achieve maximum user experience at Nuwla.com click the following link, http://nuwla.com/information-for-maximum-u







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  • Janice Jones Hutchinson

    That looks like something you had to have been born with or a lot more work to give toward reaching it than most people are willing to give. That is Fit with a capital “F”.

    This may encourage some but discourage others. Some people will never look like that. I agree we all should work toward being AS HEALTH AND FIT AS WE CAN.

    But let’s keep it real. LOL

    • David Fenelus

      It’s not about trying to look like her. It’s about prioritizing active living in our lives.