The Humbl Hustlr Foundation recently hosted its second Hustlr’s Boot Camp, a community-based fitness fundraiser event, which was held at Finao Fitness in Smyrna, GA. Led by multiple personal trainers from across metro Atlanta, the boot camp brought out over 200 people of all fitness levels together with a mission to take their fitness to the next level.
“With the Humbl Hustlr Foundation, we impact and serve the community in multiple ways,” said Lorenzo Gordon, founder of the Humbl Hustlr Foundation. “We are a 501(c)(3) organization really out here making an impact for Black men. So far, we have impacted over 120 plus young men in the city of Atlanta, helping to develop businesses and also expose them to businessmen and women. For this event, we focused on fitness which is a major point of interest in the community and a great way to bring people together. Atlanta is home to a lot of fitness professionals, as well as professionals and entrepreneurs who are dedicated to staying healthy.”
During the Hustlr’s Boot Camp, Gordon was presented with a proclamation from the Atlanta City Council, by Kelsey Maynor on behalf of Councilman Andre Dickens, for the work that he and the Humbl Hustlr Foundation has done in the community.