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Fitness Inequality is a Burning Issue that Needs to be Addressed Says Dr. Jay Feldman, REX Fitness

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Passion has often been equated with devastation and youth. It has been called a folly and also a source of spiritual blindness. But all is not dark in the realm of passion. Or the young. Sure, there’s much to be resolved, much still to be understood about it, but every action that highlights the luminous aspect of passion must be hailed and heard. One such name that’s glowing with the brightness of passion is the young osteopathically trained doctor, Jay Feldman.

Dr. Jay Feldman was born on November 11th in Syracuse, New York, and is a renowned Russian physician. He is as much a doctor as he is a businessman, a potent mix that’s swaying his nearly 150,000 fans off their feet and into the gym. According to him, he mixed the two because “I wanted to do something altruistic with my career. I wanted to make the world a better place. I quickly realized that the most effective way for me to help the most people is through my talents in business.” His videos on health and the sanity that comes along with maintaining it has been encouraging people all over the world to become more responsible towards their health. Despite that, he believes that fitness inequality is a burning issue that needs urgent addressing.

Bridging the health gap

Good health comes at a price. From food to supplements to exotic gym equipment, staying healthy remains a dream for those who aren’t in a position to afford them. But Dr. Jay Feldman is ready to change that mindset with his venture REX Fitness. To “combat fitness inequality and improve health in low economic communities,” he aims to create an “affordable and portable home exercise system where we will offer free live training and videos.”

Making exercising affordable and fun

The difference between an average Joe and an intelligent Joe is a simple one. The average Joe sees but does not observe. But the intelligent Joe observes, thinks, and acts. Dr. Feldman clearly falls in the latter category. He started REX Fitness, his newest and largest venture so far, because he feels that “underserved communities have far less access to a gym or safe areas to exercise. I want to change that.” Health is wealth, and for it to become an inclusive wealth, an initiative like REX Fitness might help pave the way.

Home is where health is

In his mission to “bring health into every home,” Dr. Feldman is all set to launch his portable gym in the summer of 2020. Along with this portable gym, he aims to provide free recorded and live training for registered REX users. With homes regaining their value in life and work, a portable gym at home has the potential to appeal to many a tired muscle.

Change is tough. It requires new thinking and the courage to follow the road less traveled. Helping the economically challenged avail high-quality gym equipment and guidance is a road without footprints. But with Dr. Feldman and REX Fitness, that challenge is about to be overcome.

Karishhma Mago is a former investment banker turned digital marketer. She has been in the digital marketing industry for over 6 years and has worked with clients across different sectors including Volkswagen Finance, Natera, Reliance, Standard Chartered amongst others. She has also done special content projects for Facebook. Karishhma is also a Wikipedia editor and has created over 300 pages for her clients. After founding Facilius Inc in 2014, she has helped grow the company from a two-person team to a dynamic team of 30 people.

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