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Spiked Spin’s Briana Owens is on a Mission to Bring Generational Health to Brooklyn

In episode 32 of The PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT Show, Briana shares her journey from her career in digital advertising to becoming a  social entrepreneur in the wellness space. 

The Health & Wellness Advocate, Entrepreneur, and Empowerment Coach, who has partnered with premier brands such as Nike, Beats by Dre, and BodyArmor, is committed to developing a wellness framework and infrastructure that caters to improving the health of those living in underserved communities for generations to come. Since the launch of her boutique cycling company, Spiked Spin, in 2016, Briana has cultivated a community of over 4,000 riders in New York City. From pop-up experiences in cities across the country to classes at her flagship studio in Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, Spiked Spin is providing healthy living tools and resources for people to thrive!

You can follow Briana on Instagram at @bri.monee and @spikedspin. Learn more about her company at spikedspin.com.

On why she chose to launch a cycling business for people of color. 

“Spin, to me, is our entry into the wellness space – into the health and fitness landscape. I feel like I can help people become attracted to it because it’s rhythmic. My target audience is people of color. It’s everyone, to be clear, it’s pretty inclusive, but I do it through the lense of people of color because they have lacked access the longest. And there are so many people who are catering to every other demographic so freely and confidently and they don’t make any justifications for that. And I feel like people of color deserve that same experience.”

On what PRETTY GIRLS SWEAT means to her.

“I love to hear those words. The first thing that comes to my mind when I say it is Pretty Girl Rock by Keri HIlson. To me, I think everyone is pretty and I feel like it gives working out empowerment. It normalizes sweating, which is something that is not always associated with being a woman and being a girl. It’s a dichotomy of two completely different things, pretty girls and sweat, but together it makes so much sense because we need to be encouraging pretty girls to be sweating.”

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