Born in Cleveland, Ohio,
Los Judah, born Dwayne Bright, the oldest of ten, exemplifies leadership and years of hard work and perseverance.
Despite his undeniable talent, impeccable work ethic, and unwavering determination, Los Judah's first dream of playing basketball for the N.B.A. was shattered. The rising star plummeted into a three-year depression.
"I was suicidal. People don’t understand the damage that occurs to not go to the next level.. to no longer be on that bright stage,” laments Los Judah.
During those vicissitudes he relied on his spirituality. He had been taught selflessness by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, also known as the Mormon Church.
His extensive background in fitness led him to become certified to teach fitness and to pursue a degree in communications from Dixie University. It wasn't long before Los Judah found fulfillment training everyone from athletes to geriatric obese patients of Dr. Thomas Umbach, his first investor.
Ambition. Hope. Faith.
Los Judah became a coach and motivational speaker building his fitness company Los Judah Fitness, also dedicating time to seniors and the physically challenged and underprivileged through his Community Outreach.
The budding entrepreneur says it feels good to finally be rewarded for his efforts. As an homage to his struggles, the avid chess player has various chess pieces tattooed across his body. He hopes his story will inspire others to follow their dreams.
"I'm a black man with dreadlocks and tattoos. To inspire people of all ages and races is testimony to my ability to carry out God's divine purpose and plan in my life."
The expansion of the Los Judah empire began with his invention of the patented full-body home gym Easy Cline. After several of his clients complained they were too self-conscious to go to the gym, he thought to himself: I'll bring the gym to you.
EASY DOES IT
EasyCline is a cost-effective, portable, full-body gym that uses resistance bands to transform the body. Each EasyCline is carefully hand-crafted in Las Vegas, Nevada and delivers worldwide to your doorstep!
EasyCline accommodates for various fitness levels. Bands are available with varying degrees of tension that attach to hooks on the side of the EasyCline. The user is able to perform a variety of exercises using a single piece of equipment.
DID YOU KNOW?..
Los Judah awoke from twilight sleep in 2016 with a vision of a full body at -home gym. He went to Home Depot to try to replicate what he saw, motivated but with no experience with fitness equipment. He built a prototype within a week.
"It was my first time using a circle saw," says Los Judah.
He knew he had something when two clients offered to invest in a patent for his invention. He found his next investor, Martin Fisher, while browsing the aisles of his favorite store Greens and Proteins. The two struck up a conversation which led to developing a more intrinsic prototype of EasyCline that is now being sold worldwide.