Promotes wellness in the form of Yoga. Yoga is a practice my Yogi Soul Train Cardio will create fellowship, internal strength, character building and leadership and support.
"My name is Adina and I am a Mother, Wife, fitness enthusiast, MC for Girls on the Run Washington DC, yogi, runner, healthy foods, beauty lover of all natural products, lover of all good things in life, an ambassador for several organizations. This site is a gander of my life and journey. Come with me as we sail through this journey of wellness.
I have a true passion about proper nutrition and what fuels the body with good stuff. I enjoy sampling, trying and using all natural products that don’t have harsh toxic chemicals. A relief or the skin is good products. I am heavily engaged in the community i.e. providing group meet ups at different locations i.e. Fleet Feet, Equinox and Anacostia Park for events surrounding wellness. I have been told by so many people that I am a beacon of light, motivator and encourager. I believe that everyone has a gift and they just need to unlock the door the use it.
MOTTO: SELF LOVE AND SELF CARE COSTS NOTHING AND YOU GAIN EVERYTHING.
A little more about me: I am a recipient of the Humanitarian Award from Bay State College in Boston (1984) Recognized by staff, advisors and professors for always willing to help others. ”
I joined Black Girls Run in 2012 where I started my real running journey. From that group I became one of the ambassadors for the DMV area. I am so grateful for the ladies that I met we have culminated long standing friendships and a true sisterhood. Example we run races together, brunching, weddings and other joyous occasions. In 2016 I was the recipient of Black Girls Run Leadership Award. This is just the beginning.
Let’s cultivate a life that we can be healthier, resilient and move more together."
In my professional life I deal with trauma, illness and death and while each situation is different I have rendered myself to be empathetic, compassionate and most of all a listening ear to others experiencing difficulties in their lives.
Adina Crawford Crawford is a fitness ambassador for many organizations including “Black Girls Run”, Zooma National, Black Girls Do Bike, Nuun, Asweatlife, Run 4 All Women and a Wellness Champion for Montgomery County Government.
Exposure, networking, fellowship
A native New Yorker via Springfield Massachusetts…
I am the head of a 24 hour unit for a local police agency in the DMV area. Servicing all residents of that county.
I am a graduate of a college in the Boston area. I studied Business and Travel and Tourism.
Adina is a manager/supervisor for a local law enforcement agency in the Maryland area and she is working on mastering the art of being motivating, determined and empowering to others.
“She is a recipient of the Humanitarian Award from Bay State College in Boston (1984) Recognized by staff, advisors and professors for always willing to help others. ”
I grew up in Massachusetts where she was active in the community helping others, modeling shows etc. by 18 she moved to the Boston area where she pursued a career in Business and Travel and Tourism. She remained in the Boston area where she worked, met the love of her life and helped out various volunteer organizations.”
I am here in the DMV where I have become a beacon, light and motivator for so many women and some men on fitness. I joined Black Girls Run in 2012 where I started my real running journey. From that group I became one of the ambassadors for the DMV area. I am so grateful for the ladies that I met we have culminated long standing friendships and a true sisterhood. Example we run races together, brunching, weddings and other joyous occasions. In 2016 I was the recipient of Black Girls Run Leadership Award nominated by several friends and businesses.
Zooma National Ambassador- Zooma is a national women’s race series that are in awe-inspiring destinations. A powerful sea of women on the move to encourage, movitate, inspire through fitness. Races in places i.e. Great Lakes Wisconsin, Amelia Island to name a few. https://www.runpacers.com/podcast/podcast-tag/adina-crawford/
Black Girls do Bike Shero-http://www.blackgirlsdobike.com/home
I was sought after by the former Shero of the DMV to come and become a shero for the DMV. I was onboarded about two years ago. As the founder Monica Garrison stated believe simple act of of riding a bi
Overcoming that my body shape is the way it is and no matter how many times I shame myself I am who I am. I have learned to love myself despite my weight challenges, fears and looks. I have to a point in my life I have accepted the way I am and all I can do is to constantly improve my overall health.
-Self Love take a few moments for yourself and do something nice whether it is Yoga, pedicure or just stillness all are very rewarding
-Self Worth- LOVE YOURSELF
-Share your love. It goes a long way and often someone is in need of a hug, smile or kind gesture. Costs nothing to exchange any of those gestures.
Knowing that I have changed some lives in this world for the better through fitness, kindness, and motivation to be better