WE FIGHT DIABETES
At NativeFitness.org, our mission is to combat diabetes in Indian Country through access to state of the art fitness equipment, wellness centers, and community support. We believe that a healthy lifestyle can make a significant difference in the fight against diabetes.
Join us in our mission to promote better health and well-being among Native communities.
STATE OF THE ART FACILITIES
THE RIGHT EQUIPMENT MAKES ALL THE DIFFERENCE
When it comes to combating diabetes, exercise is a powerful ally, and having the right tools can make all the difference. Our cutting-edge gym equipment is designed to cater to our people, providing a dynamic range of cardiovascular and strength-training options.
OPERATING YOUR GYM
WE TAKE THE GUESSWORK OUT OF OPERATIONS
Running a gym with precision and expertise is a potent weapon in the battle against diabetes. It all starts with a well-rounded approach that combines tailored protocols with expert guidance.
With 3 Management Level Packages we can help take the guess work out of operations for any size facility. Together, we’re forging a path towards a healthier, diabetes-resistant future.
MAINTAINING gYm EQUIPMENT, eNGAGING COMMUNITY
Well-maintained gym equipment can serve as a valuable resource for preventive healthcare, allowing residents to manage their health and reduce the risk of chronic conditions like diabetes.
Our classes take an approach that not only ensures equipment longevity but also fosters a healthier, more active, and engaged community.
SPEAK TO A NATIVE WELLNESS EXPERT
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Meet Our Founder
Orien (OJ) is an enrolled member of the Grand Ronde Tribe in Oregon. He grew up most of his life on the Yakama Reservation with a few years on the Nez Perce Reservation. A successful entrepreneur, former division 1 athlete, husband of 24 years and counting, father of 6 and a weekend “anything outside” warrior!
Learn more about who we are and why we do what it is that we do.
Our life here upon this earth is short, it is only when we give of ourselves do we truly find happiness and make our ancestors proud.”