Working Out With Natural Hair

I have type 4a hair. I workout moderately - intense at least 3-4 days a week. I hear a lot of women saying they co-wash every time they workout but I don't feel the need to. My scalp is not irritated or itching by the end of the week if I only co-wash once between workouts. Is this a bad thing? Should I wash more frequently?

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Exercise Routines and Natural Hair Styling

by Danielle of

How do I maintain my hair if I want to work out?

I am always fielding this question since I work out approximately 4-5 times a week (well, I try to at least!). Here are my tips and ideas to deal with your natural hair while maintaining a consistent exercise program.

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Naturally Fit- DigiCurl's 'Get it Girls' Cardio Burn!

by LaChristin of Digital Curls

I’m a firm believer that exercise is for every size, especially when referring to topics, which involve the wellness of women! I aspire to inspire interest in women’s health by fostering a platform encouraging physical fitness. I do so in attempt to motivate and touch as many lives as possible, and to be an advocate for improving the overall health and welfare of women. 

“I'm interested in women's health because I'm a woman. I'd be a darn fool not to be on my own side.”  
Maya Angelo

Maintaining Natural Hair While Working Out- 'How the Edges Were Won!'

by LaChristin of Digital Curls

Life is full of dilemmas, and one such said dilemma has plagued women to this very day. That dilemma stems from having to answer the following question, and ultimately make an extremely difficult decision: “Do I maintain my magnificent hairdo or work towards a fit and fabulous figure?” Fortunately, I’ve been blessed to experience the best of both worlds! Here’s how I mash-up fro and fitness.

Naturally Fit with LaChristin- Home Training

by LaChristin of Digital Curls

Anybody and everybody could use a little home training! Working out from home wasn’t initially my preference; however, overtime I became more receptive to implementing it into my schedule. With continuous constraints such as volunteering, attending appointments, budgeting, cooking, cleaning, parenting (also known as refereeing), and running of errands I’m not always left with an adequate amount of time to hit up the gym. Even with life leaving little to no pockets for fitness, I turn my home into a proving grounds to test myself physically, work up a good sweat, and relieve stress.

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Exercise Routines and Natural Hair- A Fast Drying Wash & Go

by Alicia James of

So, I have decided to get back on my hard workout regimen. I've always been someone who works out, but now I am getting back to being disciplined increasing the workouts and staying consistent. I am currently working out six days out of the week.

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