Kano Complex members ride stationary bicycles in front of a banner that says Fè Kòw Bèl, Espò Se Lavi, Espò Se Sante — Creole for “Make your body beautiful, Sports is life, Sports is health”— in Cap-Haitien on Tuesday, September 5, 2023. Photo by Rejy Joseph for The Haitian Times

CAP-HAITIEN — Many locals have become avid fans of bodybuilding in recent years, turning the activity into a growing trend around the city. Here are some pictures of residents working out at Complexe Kano, a popular gym. 

All photos taken in Cap-Haitien, Haiti, on Tuesday, September 5, 2023, by Rejy Joseph for The Haitian Times.

Overview:

Many Cap-Haitien residents have turned to weightlifting to release stress, impress love interests, among several reasons for the growing trend.

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