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Jahkeen Washington gives back to Harlem, New York through fitness: Watch Out World

in Lifestyle

Watch Out World is our video project collaboration with Alexander Watch that examines artists and their relationship to the concept of time. The series dives into the lives of various creative professionals in their respective industries and explores how they manage their time wisely with busy schedules.

Jahkeen Washington is a Certified Personal Trainer and co-founder of JTW Fit who was born and raised in Harlem, New York.

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The skincare benefits of coffee…for your skin

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The Skincare Benefits of Coffee
The next time you’re waiting in line at your favorite coffee shop, consider this: that daily cup of coffee actually has many benefits for your skin! While many people cannot start their day without having a fresh cup of coffee (myself included!), coffee can do a lot more than just get you up in the morning.

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The health benefits to eating asparagus

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Asparagus is in season at the moment and is one of the tastiest and most nutritional veg there is out there. In fact, there are numerous benefits from eating this veg. So, let’s take a look and see what they are.

Assistance in meeting weight loss goals

Not only is asparagus low in calories and fat – in fact, one cup will hold back 32 calories – there are also several different types of soluble and insoluble fibers.  

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Move better, feel better, live better: Breakaway Daily interview with Chris Kalisz

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Nutrition + movement + sleep = health, wellness, and vitality.


“The body is the most sophisticated piece of machinery we have. It heals itself when you get injured.” 

Chris Kalisz is a professional wrestler, bodybuilder, fitness/nutrition expert, movement therapist and founder of the Mobility Project. Chris’s fitness program infuses aspects from physical therapy, massage, chiropractic care, primal movement, yoga, dance, martial arts and gymnastics.

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