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Rob Howze
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Rob Howze is the Founder and Executive Director of a youth centered organization called World Wide Community, which was established in 2006 for the benefit of students in elementary, middle, and high school to experience various sports, athletic and academic challenges, in a positive and motivational environment. In 2010 Rob expanded the vision with “Camp Fit”, a 13 week program designed to tackle the childhood obesity epidemic by challenging kids in the area of mind, body, and spirit.

As a motivational speaker, Rob has been developing and encouraging students for over 10 years. Rob uses innovative methods to reach and inspire young people all over the world by creating an atmosphere of awareness and accountability for students to comfortably embrace. Rob is a certified personal trainer as well, and group fitness instructor for men, women, and children. He coaches track and field, football, basketball, and soccer in the Prince George’s County area as well as coordinates running clubs.

Rob is also a national recording artist known as G.O.L.D. (www.RobHowze.com) and has been featured on the Russ Parr Morning Show, Fresh TV, DCTV show Dreams, and several radio stations across the country. Rob’s musicbridges gaps and shatters barriers. His lyrics appeal and apply to every listener despite age, race, and background. When G.O.L.D. hits the stage, he brings a unique abundance of enthusiasm and transmittable energy.

Rob recognizes the struggles, challenges, and disappointments that the next generation faces, therefore his programs and presentations give solutions, alternatives, and offer fresh ways of thinking and problem solving. He uses all of his gifts and experience for one purpose; that is to make a positive long lasting impact in the lives of our young people.

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Camp Fit: Winners Can't Lose

(2) Comments | Posted May 6, 2012 | 10:42 AM

So, what are we going to do about childhood obesity? This is a very sensitive, but important topic to discuss, and more importantly address. High blood pressure, diabetes, and various other health ailments are affecting our youth -- cutting the opportunity of living healthy lives shorter than desired.

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