In the celebration of Black History month, a spotlight is to be brought upon the talent found in Cleveland. Black business owners are growing in Ohio, especially in Cleveland. From restaurants, bars and law offices successful black entrepreneurs are opening opportunities of growth for consumers in Cleveland.
Ohio sits in the top 20 list of obese states around America. This is not an attribute any state or city housing the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame and new casino want. To tackle this significant health problem one business owner has stepped up to bring fitness back to Cleveland. Think part drill Sargent, part comedian and you have the fitness regime of Clarence Womack of Move with Mack.
- Visit Move with Mack on Facebook
https://www.facebook.com/MoveWithMack?fref=ts Mack's business page is housed with daily tips and suggestions. Services are clearly outlined on the About page with a link to the business page.
- Visit Move with Mack's Website
http://movewithmack.com/ Informative, interactive and engaging, the site is chocked full of great information. You can order the Personal 6-Week Workout Plan workbook for an easy way to track your health progress. The easy to guide site provides Class information for Kettlebell classes around Cleveland. The price listed is affordable and allows for a one class or multiple class purchase. The best features of this site was the informative Moments with Mack, One on One Coaching and a link that led to purchasing Vemma. The drink is organic and provides a foundational proof behind Mack's essence of health and nutrients.
Move with Mack brings to Cleveland a much needed boost of health, confidence and fitness. Clarence Womack has made an impact in Cleveland with his ability to work with his client base with persistence and diligence.