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We know Black Girls RUN!, but are you fit? UnitedHealthcare, a national partner of Black Girls RUN!, is proud to collaborate with Black Girls RUN! to bring you Black Girls RUN! Fitness Intervention Team (F.I.T.), a series of running clinics designed to provide relevant information on topics such as nutrition, hydration, running technique and injury prevention.
Black Girls RUN! and UnitedHealthcare will be touring across the U.S. to host two-hour long clinics. Not only will attendees feel empowered to begin or continue in their journey to healthy living, but each clinic will culminate with a fun-filled cross-training activity such as Zumba, African dance, belly dancing, yoga, kickboxing and more! Capacity is limited, so sign up to attend today. Attendees must register prior to attending the event. For updates on BGR! F.I.T. clinics, please follow @BlackGirlsRUN on Twitter (#FITWithUHC), like Black Girls RUN! on Facebook, and visit: www.blackgirlsrun.com.
Black Girls RUN! Fitness Intervention Team Clinic - Orlando, FL
Saturday, March 30, 2013
9:30a - 11:30a
Bill Frederick Park at Turkey Lake
3401 S. Hiawassee Road
Orlando, Florida 32825
*Please bring a yoga mat with you.*
Event is free, but there is a nominal parking fee.
$2 for a single driver.
$4 for two or more passengers.
Orlando clinic speakers include Shionta Phumprey, RN, and Zumba! instructor, Marisol Maldonado.
Shionta Phumprey, RN
Shionta Pumphrey was born in raised in southern Maryland. After countless years of playing basketball, running track, and being interested in providing care for others, she was soon accepted to Hampton University in Hampton, VA to study Nursing. While putting in several hours of studying, she worked as a student nurse at the Veterans Affair Medical center in their rehab department and also found opportunity to work as a student athletic trainer with football and women's basketball.
She graduated with a Bachelors in Science in Nursing in 2008, and soon started her career at The Johns Hopkins Hospital in Baltimore, MD as an Adult Hematology/Oncology nurse. She worked there for 3 1/2 years prior to relocating to Orlando, FL where she currently practices as a registered nurse at MD Anderson Cancer Center of Orlando Health. Aside from being a third generation nurse, she has found peace in running with Black Girls RUN! Orlando at least 3 times a week and practices yoga twice a day. Shionta refers to her life as a constant progressive journey.
Back in 2009 I moved to Florida with the weight of 220, but my heaviest was 255 to 265. I then realized that all my medical problems were due to how much I weighed and how big I was for my size. On my birthday I joined the gym and started working out on my own. I saw I was dropping weight, so I started changing my eating habits. I've drop about 115 and feel great! My asthma doesn't act up; my headache’s are gone and I feel like a new person. I started teaching Zumba in 2010 and now I'm a personal trainer. I've been there, I know how it feels, and now I just want to be able to help others change their lives.