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Who are we? Identity crises inevitably enter into various developmental and transitional phases of a young person’s life. Throughout most of our lives, we’ve spent time trying to figure out “Who” we are and to understand what defines us. Seemingly, this would occur when a...
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Implicit Bias. Unconscious Bias. Whichever way you’ve heard of the term “bias,” I’m sure you’re thinking that it’s a starting point to tackling social injustices you’re seeing in the world around you. You’re half right.   But first … The first step to tackling social...
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Controlling the Controllable: Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion If you look all around our world right now, we see a lot of talk around anti-racism initiatives and how Black Lives Matter at a time when they should have always mattered. Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion are topics...
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There is a multitude of problematic components that exist related to racial divides and marginalization. One of these problems is the lack of diversity in the fitness and wellness spaces that is seemingly obvious to a humxn (defined as “humans” to include all gender identities,...
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The main goal for children, when it comes to exercise, is for them to move. However, while we’re encouraging young “athletes-to-be” how to move their body and move them well, we are setting the foundation for their future in sports and life (in general). Let’s explore...
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