- Advertisement -
Home Health & Wellness 5 Black Owned Fitness Brands You Need for Those At-Home Workouts

5 Black Owned Fitness Brands You Need for Those At-Home Workouts

- Advertisement -

Even with the rollout of vaccines and numbers of COVID-19 cases stabilizing around the country, at-home workouts have become a more popular way to stay fit and in good health. Here are a few Black-owned fitness equipment brands that will help get the job done. Let’s contribute to a better holistic lifestyle – but make it Black!

Stay Down Day Fit

Stay Down Day Fit offers fitness products to assist with building the body at home. It also includes live streaming virtual programs such as strength training, HIIT cardio, and lower body exercises.

Beyond Fit Athletics

Designed to assist women in reaching and maintaining their overall health and fitness goals, Beyond Fitness Athletics provides workout equipment that will offer a total body reset. Founder of Beyond Fitness Athletics, Crystal Butler is a former athlete who was diagnosed with Type 1 diabetes in 2017. She decided to use this experience by implementing fitness as a way to change the lives of women all over the world.

PowerHandz

PowerHandz is a global athletic training and rehabilitation tech product company based in Dallas, TX that enhances overall human performances and injury prevention. PowerHandz is known for competitive yet friendly, high-intensity lifestyle fitness and sports equipment.

Gainz Sports Gear

Gainz Sports Gear is the manufacturer of elite weight lifting and cross training equipment that is intended to embrace the process of working out anywhere. If you are in search of the best affordable fitness equipment to meet your at-home fitness needs, your quest will end at Gainz Sports Gear.

Yoga Mats by Aleeya Marie

These cute, custom yoga mats are designed and illustrated by Aleeya Marie, a graphic artist from Philadelphia, PA. These aesthetically pleasing yoga mats were crafted with hopes of offering a better opportunity to learn and practice yoga virtually.


We Buy Black Intern Writer

Kaylah Mack

My name is Kaylah Mack and I am a senior at Spelman College where I am pursuing my undergraduate degree in English with a concentration in Journalism. My interest in Journalism stems from my love for writing, storytelling, and public speaking. In my free time, I enjoy listening to podcasts, meditating, exercising, baking, spending time with nature, and catching up with loved ones.

- Advertisement -
- Advertisement -

Stay Connected

341,269FansLike
732,979FollowersFollow
220,589FollowersFollow
2,458FollowersFollow
2,988SubscribersSubscribe

Must Read

Real Change Will Come When We Do for Ourselves

As a community, we have the skills, the capital, and the manpower to create a reality where we are collectively a national and international economic superpower.
- Advertisement -

Repair Your Credit Fast With The Credit Elect

Instead of wasting time trying to DIY your credit repair, consider professionals like William Frazier of Credit Elect.

Is Your Hot Sauce Black Owned? Try Burn Yo Face Hot Sauce Today

The delicious blend uses Thai chilies, jalapeño habanero, and Carolina Reaper peppers combined with many herbs and spices.

We Buy Black Fridays — 4/16/21

A weekly roundup of discounts, deals, and promotions from Black-owned businesses.

Related News

Real Change Will Come When We Do for Ourselves

As a community, we have the skills, the capital, and the manpower to create a reality where we are collectively a national and international economic superpower.

Repair Your Credit Fast With The Credit Elect

Instead of wasting time trying to DIY your credit repair, consider professionals like William Frazier of Credit Elect.

Is Your Hot Sauce Black Owned? Try Burn Yo Face Hot Sauce Today

The delicious blend uses Thai chilies, jalapeño habanero, and Carolina Reaper peppers combined with many herbs and spices.

We Buy Black Fridays — 4/16/21

A weekly roundup of discounts, deals, and promotions from Black-owned businesses.

“Negative Exposure” Movie Tackles Police Brutality by Reversing Black and White

The thought-provoking film gives new weight to the often asked question, “How would you feel if it were your son?”
- Advertisement -

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here