Southern University grad brings his innovative fitness startup, 'Jiggaerobics' to Shark Tank
BATON ROUGE - A Southern University graduate is headed to Shark Tank to pitch his fitness start-up to some of the nation's top investors.
LaDonte Lotts, the founder of Jiggaerobics, says his innovative workout sessions feel more like a celebration than an aerobics class.
His website describes each session as a fitness-party that blends modern upbeat world rhythms with easy-to-follow choreography for a total body workout.
Lotts is hoping Shark Tank's panel of judges, who include big-time investors like Kevin O'Leary, Daymond John, Barbara Corcoran, and Mark Cuban, will be just as drawn to his unique fitness start-up as members of the local community already seem to be.
Lotts will appear on Shark Tank Friday, April 17
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