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Hey there, I'm Chrissy King. I'm a writer, speaker, fitness and strength coach, and a powerlifter with a passion for intersectional feminism and creating a diverse and inclusive fitness industry.
I spent the majority of my twenties focused on shrinking — my body, my voice, and my entire life in general. I obsessed about my weight and truly believed that my happiness lied on the other side of fat loss. Strength training, powerlifting specifically, was one of the things that changed changed this narrative for me.
I’m on a mission to help people STOP shrinking, START taking up space and use your energy to create your specific magic in the world.
I just want to thank you for an incredible eye-opening, educational and empowering course. I attended today's webinar and I am feeling so much gratitude and deep admiration for you. You are doing work that is actually bending history in the right direction and educating all of us along the way. There are no words that make justice to how helpful your course was for me. So I will stop here and say, THANK YOU! - Leticia
Read Chrissy’s latest blogs ranging in topics from body liberation, anti diet culture, wellness, and the intersections of social justice and fitness.
Work with Chrissy in a DIY capacity to get strong in the gym and dismantle racism and create a more diverse, inclusive, and equitable wellness industry.
Chrissy's Latest Work
Eight years ago, I stepped into a gym for the first time in my adult life with one goal in mind: get skinny. I spent
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It seems as of late the words ‘diversity’ and ‘inclusivity’ are all the rage. Somehow they have become buzzwords that are really trendy and cool to
As we get further into the new year, the messages about “losing the holiday pounds” and “new year, new you” are probably coming at you
I know this time of the year may be struggle for a lot of people. Living in a fatphobic world and feeling body shamed and