I have to be honest. I hate ‘about’ pages. I don’t like talking about myself, and “who I am” changes every 5 minutes. But you didn’t ask all that. You want to know who I am so you can decide whether or not to trust me. I’ll oblige. This time. Because I like your face.
Who am I?
My name is Angel Stone. I am a fitness professional: trainer for Nike, head coach, and group exercise instructor. I also run fast. That’s the athlete/motivator side of me. In 2014, I quit my job and sold everything I owned to travel the world. That’s the solo traveler/dream chaser side of me. My goal is share, educate, and elevate. That’s the writer/creator side of me.
What is Fit & Hungry?
I started Fit & Hungry to fill a void in the fitness industry. Everywhere I turned there was a half-naked person telling me I could only eat boiled chicken and broccoli. Meanwhile back at the ranch, I was crushing my fitness goals and still eating ice cream. So I created a space for people who want a healthy balance of fitness gains and dessert.
Today, Fit & Hungry is the fitness side of me, plus all the others. It’s a resource and a good friend. Welcome home.
Angel Stone is the real deal. Her ability to inspire, guide and educate others is world class. She is a fitness powerhouse, delivering challenging workouts wrapped in inspirational messages and random dance breaks. She is famous for her ability to know exactly what you need, whether it’s an extra set of pushups or an encouraging text message.
Angel has achieved extraordinary success in fitness. She has worked as a trainer for Nike, an ambassador for Lululemon, and was named “Cycling Instructor of the Year” by Washingtonian Magazine. She has a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology and is the founder of Team Eshe/ Eshe Body Center. Most recently, Angel worked as the head cycle instructor in Germany for Becycle Berlin.
Angel lives and breathes fitness. She has competed at the Duathlon World Championships, the Toyota U.S. Open Triathlon, the Men’s Health Urbanathlon, the Vietnam Half Marathon, and many more.
She is a regular contributor and writer for publications and online magazines. She has been featured in the Washington Post, Brightest Young Things, American Observer, Washingtonian, Active Life DC, MonkeySee, Girls Gone Strong, Prevent Cancer Foundation, RYL magazine, etc.