How Fitness Transformed These Mens' Lives After Prison
2024/02/13

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This article is part of Black in Fitness, a series that shares the stories of Black trainers, athletes, and gym owners in the fitness community. Joe Seely, a personal trainer splitting his time between New York City and Los Angeles, and Jay Jordan, a personal trainer based in Atlanta, have both been involved in the Men's Health/Women's Health Strength in Diversity Initiative. Both Seely and Jordan have had success in the fitness industry after spending time in prison. The experiences of these trainers highlight the disproportionate incarceration rate and joblessness among Black Americans.

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