I’ve had such a struggle with my body since I was a teenager. I was constantly comparing myself to others. My perception got ruined and I hated my body. I thought my body was all I had to offer and I was constantly bringing myself down about it. I was never in a good place. I know a lot of you can relate, we’ve all gone through it.
I’ve lost a lot of fat and it’s taken me years to get where I am today both physically and emotionally. A lot of up and downs. Hard work & commitment.
I’ve been weight training/lifting heavy for almost one year and it’s really changed my body (and my mind!) so much. It’s been the best thing for me in every single way.
Lets just be honest.. Yes, I still have cellulite on my ass, yes I don’t have the flattest stomach and yes my legs still have some cellulite too.
But you know what? I’m so sick of pointing out my “flaws” and grilling myself for not being “perfect”. I don’t want to look at my flaws as flaws. They’re only flaws if I decided to call them that, if I think they are.
I just want to appreciate the body I have today. What I have right NOW.
I’m a better person (both inside & out) than who I use to be and that’s something I’m proud of 💚 Always changing.
“Change your thoughts and you change your world.”