Even the most well-intentioned amongst us have gotten used to thinking about fitness in a way that can alienate people. We don’t mean to, but something as simple as “okay ladies and gentlemen” can leave out people who don’t identify on the binary. Or a statement like “let’s earn that ice cream” can trigger someone with an eating disorder. So we need tools to think about new ways to talk about fitness that will include everyone, and still have a great sense of humor.This one-day workshop is designed to help coaches clarify their mission, and learn how that mission will shape their coaching in the real world. Being inclusive doesn’t mean being humorless or uptight. Far from it. When people feel safe, and everyone can let their proverbial hair down, it can be SO MUCH MORE FUN. We will focus on things like gender, age, size, and fitness level.This workshop will involve much laughter, many jokes, plenty of games, and yes, a few gasping “ah ha” moments. Potentially even a tear or two. Just like a good workout, it’ll be challenging, engaging, a little hard, and ultimately make us stronger, better, and ready to do it again.