Honestly the only thing that held me back was my belief about myself. I was the girl who never worked out. I thought it was stupid. I wasn’t overweight so why should I workout? I ate nothing but garbage and thought that was fine. I hated on people who were trying to better themselves. I thought they were showing off and who cares if they worked out.
Then I did a total 360. It ALL caught up to me. After my second baby I felt like I was 50 years old. I was slow and lazy and all the crap I put into my body was wearing me down. All of that on top of having a newborn and two year old. I’m certified as a fitness instructor, trainer and holistic nutrition. So don’t tell me change isn’t possible.
So instead of saying I’m not that girl who works out and eats healthy I actually decided to try it. While putting in the work, I put in the mind work. I started saying I was that girl who cared about how she felt. It became a priority and a whole ripple effect. I called bullshit on myself and changed my ways with the help of many babes. You may see this pic and think wow that was overnight but what you didn’t see was the blood, sweat, tears, and mf’n WORK. Don’t forget the work.
Don’t sell yourself short. You can do it too. You just might not be ready yet. If you do have an inkling of a thought that you can do it too, fill out the link in my bio and I’ll be happy to help you with all the things. - 2 hours ago