Making Fitness More Inclusive – In Quarantine and Beyond, with Jessica Richman

Copy of IRONMAN or BustAs more and more fitness companies work on online offerings for quarantine, it’s an excellent opportunity for them to also make their programs and advertising more inclusive (and less harmful!) I spoke with Jessica Richman, CEO of The Visible Collective,  which advises companies on how to better serve fat customers. We talked about how fitness companies can be more inclusive of people of all sizes, and why that’s not just good for fat people (though that would be a good enough reason!) but also good for the bottom line!

You can check out the interview here!

Ragen Chastain and Jessica Richman

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About Ragen Chastain

Hi, I’m Ragen Chastain. Speaker, Writer, Dancer, Choreographer, Marathoner, Soon to be Iron-distance triathlete, Activist, Fat Person.
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1 Response to Making Fitness More Inclusive – In Quarantine and Beyond, with Jessica Richman

  1. nosnikrapzil says:

    Wow, that was really good – I am now thinking of posting it on my Facebook page. There are people who need to know this stuff. But the trolls and nasty comments will upset, I know that. I will be sending it to my personal trainer though; he is definitely HAES positive, weight is NEVER an issue, and diet isn’t mentioned.

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