Food, Faith & Fitness: The Digital Holy Trinity

A session at Blacks in Tech at SXSW Interactive

Saturday 9th March, 2013

9:30am to 10:30am (CST)

Join us as we examine the exploding field of fitness and food blogging as well as its intersection with identifying as a blogger of faith. We will explore how social media is disrupting the traditional business models of personal training and nutrition planning, and enabling everyday people to become sources of information on health and nutrition.
Additionally, we will understand how social media has created a border-free “church” where folks on a fitness journey can fellowship, encourage, and inspire one another, and provide tips for content creators interested in excelling in this quickly growing field. Lastly, we will highlight why the particular intersection of food, fitness and faith is resonating with so many people around the world, and guide the audience in starting their own fitness journey.

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Massiel Aries
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Kevin Alexander Curry

Founder, Fit Men Cook

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Adonis Hill

Imma Get Your Ass In Shape & Follow me as I take journey --} #TheRoad2BecomigAProbBodyBuilder -Lets Get It- #NoEXCUSES ..intsagram --} @bodybyAdonis bio from Twitter

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Dionne Ross
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Andia Winslow

Professional Athlete & Founder, The Fit Cycle

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Time 9:30am10:30am CST

Date Sat 9th March 2013


BiT House | Colorado Room, Hilton Garden Inn Austin Downtown

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