Ultrarunner and Marathoner, Writer, Speaker, Body Positive and Fat Acceptance Advocate, Podcast Host, Chef & more!
Latoya Shauntay Snell (she/her) is a Ultrarunner and Marathoner, Writer, Speaker, Body Positive and Fat Acceptance Advocate, Podcast Host, Chef, and more based in Brooklyn, New York. Latoya Shauntay Snell is the founder of Running Fat Chef, a sponsored multisport athlete, journalist, body positive and fat acceptance advocate, podcast host of the Running Fat Chef Podcast and international motivational speaker. Noted by The Root 100 as one of the most influential African Americans ages 25 to 45, Latoya is a sponsored endurance athlete, body politics activist, motivational speaker and content creator. She's been featured on multiple platforms such as 3rd Hour Today, Good Morning America, Huffington Post and Runner’s World. Latoya is changing the narrative of ideal body types, mental health and fitness stereotypes in the fitness and wellness space. As a contributing writer for several platforms and an ambassador for the Runners Alliance initiative, she uses her voice to talk about intersectionality in sports to change the language for future generations in sports and beyond.
What Latoya loves about her Superfits
"I love the Superfit Hero Superhold Shorts because they never ride down on me while I'm doing any type of workout. I've worn these shorts during my training runs and in-person events. They are consistent, made of great material and always reliable."
How Latoya wears 'em
Running, Cycling, Powerlifting, Cross Training, Cross Fit, Plyometric Circuits.