Personal, Weight & Small Group Training
Brookline, MA, USA & Online
Justice Roe Williams (he/him) is a Certified Personal Trainer, head coach at Kettlebell Justice Training, founder of Queer Gym Pop Up and Executive Director of Fitness4AllBodies. He is a trans body positive activist and has been actively creating safe spaces for queer and trans bodies in fitness in the Boston area since 2013. Williams actively advocates fitness for everyone and understands the importance of trainers and fitness professionals using their status as gatekeepers to “act as a shield” to protect their clients and create safe, affirming practices and spaces.
Fitness4AllBodies teaches coaches, gym/studio owners, and people in the fitness industry to better understand how our bodies are connected to systems of oppression, how those systems are reinforced by the fitness industry, and how to develop a social justice lens and apply it to their work. They provide a space to come together from our fields of expertise to create new ideas and visions of what fitness can be in a way that honors and serves all of us without reinforcing patriarchal, white supremacist bodily ideals.
A key component of his work is in addressing and dismantling toxic masculinity, and how it operates within white supremacist patriarchal culture—particularly in fitness. His work has been featured in Refinery29, Good Housekeeping, NPR, PinkNews, and Boston Neighborhood Network News.
Certifications: People's Trainer, ISSA, SFG2 Instructor, Mental Health First Aid