Young Vegan Cyborg speaks on Plant-Based Nutrition and Daily Fitness

Sometimes the wellness inspiration comes from our seeds. For example, 11-year old Kaiyana Rawlins — the daughter of Fit Father’s founder Kimatni D. Rawlins — breaks down her love for sports, why she feels good on a daily basis, where energy for her four activities comes from (soccer, basketball, competitive jump rope and volleyball) as a vegan kid and minor challenges she faces amongst her peers. She also runs in between strength training and eats cruciferous green veggies like candy. So remember, always eat clean, stay active and continue to energize your life!

The Los Angeles Athletic Club: Ultra Fit on the Road

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Experienced by Kimatni D. Rawlins

It’s pretty official and clear as morning light. After a two-day experience at the most fitness focused hotel I’ve ever enjoyed, the Fit Fathers team will be lodging at the Los Angeles Athletic Club (LAAC) every time we visit The City of Angels henceforth. I’m actually upset that I just discovered this historic hotel and club located in downtown LA just two blocks from the new Whole Foods. [Read more…]