W.H.O.L.E. is an acronym for Women Headed Onward Leaving Excuses. The award was presented by author and It’s Time To Soar founder Tarinna Terrell. “Patrice Jones is extremely deserving of this award,” Terrell said.
Patrice Jones is a walking testimony. She survived a myriad of health challenges, including deep vein thrombosis, pulmonary embolisms in her lung and life-threatening fibroid tumors. In 2006, she began her quest for healthy living.
A certified personal trainer she decided to use her gifts to help other and began personal training in 2009. By 2011, the driven entrepreneur founded FRU FIT Affordable Fitness LLC.
At FRU FIT, Jones inspires and motivates others through her passion for health and fitness. “My dad has always told me that I have a “save the world” mentality. I’ve just always wanted to be of service and promote change, “ says Jones.
That desire for change is exemplified in her dedication to community and outreach activities. She is an annual sponsor of the Semper Fi 5K Run/Walk and participates each year in the So Others Might Eat (S.O.M.E.) 5k fundraiser. She also extends her efforts to children as a Kids Healthy Living Mentor for the Greater Washington Boys & Girls Club.
Patrice Jones is Director of the National Health, Wellness & Fitness Empowerment Movement for the upcoming and highly anticipated groundbreaking documentary, “Black Girls Unscripted.”
To learn more about Patrice Jones and FRU FIT, visit www.FRUFIT.com.