July 10, 2023
Unleashing Your Rhythm: The Power of Movement for Women of Color with Hannah Eboagu (Season 2, Episode 17)
In today’s episode, we have a special guest Hannah Eboagu, one of our GNAW Collective coaches, and she will be sharing why movement is important for women of color and how it connects with community and nutrition.
Topic #1: Who is Hannah Eboagu?
Topic #2: Why is movement important for women of color?
Topic #3: What is the value of pairing movement with nutrition & community?
Hannah Eboagu is a current coach within The GNAW Colletive and a Dallas, Texas native! She holds a master's in Clinical Nutrition from UT Southwestern Medical Center and a bachelor's of science in Nutritional Sciences from Baylor University and is soon to be a registered dietitian with specialties in sports nutrition and maternal nutrition. She is passionate about all things nutrition, fitness, and community! As a competitive powerlifter, her background is in strength sports and her goal in life is to make small impacts in people's really BIG lives!
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