Are you looking for a bikini body? This woman will make you think
It happens one year after another. Christmas passes and gyms are filled with people: you have to start with the call 'operation bikini' because summer is just around the corner. With more or less success and more or less obsession, many dieters start with the simple goal of losing weight, losing sight of other things much more important. And this is what this coach thinks about.
The protagonist of this story is called Molly Galbraith. She is co-founder and owner of Girls Gone Strong, a guide and website of fitness whose peculiarity is that it is designed by women thinking of women. The goal of this community on-line is Encourage females to take care of their body, maintain it and exercise it while they feel good.
And that is precisely the publication that has been uploaded to your Facebook page and that has been a success: thousands of people have shared it for the great truth that enclose their words.
Reflection on your body
In the 'post', this coach is very clear and concise: "this is my body", begins, and then follows a true statement of how her body, due to her profession, It has been publicly evaluated continuously. "This body has been called very fat, very thin, very masculine, very strong, very weak, very big, very thin ... and all in the same week," he says.
This is my body. This not a before picture. This is not an after picture.This just happens to be what my body looks ...
Posted by Molly Galbraith on Friday, January 1, 2016
In this photograph the young woman tells that her purpose for this year that has just begun is to continue encouraging women to accept themselves and their bodies ...and encourage herself to do it.
Galbraith has changed his figure on many occasions since 2004 because of his training and diet and, also, certain diseases he deals with: he has Hashmoto and the polycystic ovarian syndrome, that can cause weight gain in the sufferer.
In this way, this coach tells how her life is not as easy as it might seem, she explains that He has had a bad time with so many people who have judged his ability as a coach based only on your body and, most importantly, ensures that, for the first time in a long time, you really feel comfortable with your body.
She encourages all women to seek and to follow the path of self-acceptance To be happy with yourself: "Today is a body that is loved, adored and appreciated by the only person whose opinion matters, mine." This is the first time in years that I have not proposed to change the appearance of my body. It's a kind of freedom that I never thought to experiment and that feels really great ".
Angela R. Bonachera