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We’ve teamed up with Adidas Studio LDN for The Cool Down #3 on 16th July – who’s coming?

By July 3, 2019 July 10th, 2019 Health, News

Our inspiring, knowledge-sharing talk with experts and influencers from the health and fitness scene is BACK on 16 July! This free, special edition session with Adidas Studio LDN will explore how women can build their body confidence, not just for this summer – but for life! Our dope panel will share their personal stories and tips so you know how to feel your best self, no matter where you are on your fitness journey – so if you need a boost this month, save the date – you don’t wanna miss this!

About the event

  • Date: Tuesday, 16 July
  • Time: 6:30-8:30pm
  • Price: FREE!
  • Location: Adidas Studio LDN, 152 Brick Lane. You’ll need to pre-book to attend via the Adidas Women UK page on Facebook sign up for studio alerts here. However, if you’re not on Facebook, holla and we’ll sort you out! 

About the Panel

Gina Obeng
Personal Trainer Gina aka Just Geen is one of London’s leading fitness influencers and professionals, empowering women through her meal prep service, 1-to-1 training, a podcast and her inclusive Train To Slay classes and challenges. Instagram: @Just_Geen Twitter: @Just_Geen

Elle Linton
Elle is a thirty-something fitness professional with over a decade of industry experience training women. She brings a fun and positive personality to her sessions, inspiring others to find their love for exercise. She’s also the founder of fitness blog Keep It SimpElle where she keeps it real about her experiences in fitness and how they relate to her ethnic identity. Instagram: @ElleLinton Twitter: @X_eLle_S

Jenny Jaiye
Pole dance instructor Jenny started dancing at university and quickly grew to love it. By her second year, she started to teach it, and  when she graduated to decide to pursue it as a career. She now delivers group classes and private sessions at Kelechnekoff Studios, and she’s also launched her own pole dance class called Afro Pole – it combines her love for Afrobeats and pole in an upbeat exercise dance class. Instagram: @jennyjaiye

About the host

Matilda Egere-Cooper
Matilda is a writer, four-times marathon runner and founder of Fly Girl Collective, a London-based running and fitness community on a mission to challenge the status quo and inspire BAME women to live their best lives through health and fitness. The Collective has been featured in Runner’s World, Time Out, Dose, and Stylist Magazine and offers membership, running sessions and events. Matilda ran London Marathon in 2019 and is currently training for a series of races in 2020. Instagram: @megerecooper

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