Body positive fitness
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Your body loves you, do you love your body back? Embrace your body, practice self-care and invest in healthcare.
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Body positive fitness should offer community or engagement-based movement for people of all body sizes, shapes, colors, abilities, genders, etc. without the intent to manipulate or change the body. Movement at these facilities or with these trainers should be welcoming, with a focus on what feels right for each individual, how to strengthen (not “tone”), and recognize the impact on mental health. As we know, our bodies benefit in numerous ways from exercise, not including weight loss.
Meet 11 Icelandic women who posed for photographer Helga Nina Aas — and got real about body image.
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In this post, discover 42 powerful body-positive affirmations to cultivate unconditional self-acceptance and total self-love.
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I want to encourage anyone who felt the need to leave any of the above comments to dig deeper, self-reflect, gain some perspective, learn.
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“Beauty is in the eye of the beholder.” Or so they say. But is it really? We are all influenced by the zeitgeist, whether we like it or not, and the 'beauty standards' of our times definitely impact on what we perceive to be attractive.
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C’est une initiative rare qu’on ne peut qu’applaudir. Ashlie Molstad alias Foodie Girl Fitness, une blogueuse et coach sportive américaine de 31 ans, s’est mise en scène pour dénoncer l’illusion du corps parfait sur les réseaux sociaux. Comment ? Grâce à un montage de deux photos très parlant intitulé « Même fille, différents angles ».Sur le cliché de gauche, la jeune femme se tient bien droite et exhibe un ventre plat, des bras musclés, des jambes fuselées. Sur le cliché de droite, elle se…
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You can't gauge someone's level of fit by their body size or shape, although media has often associated thinness or ripped abs to health. Here are some of our fave fitness instructors who aren't a…
Jessica Rihal, a plus-size yoga and fitness instructor, told As/Is, "Fitness is not an indicator of body size, physical fitness, and weight loss. These are separate destinations which may at times intersect, but are still not synonymous. It's a common and dangerous misconception that weight loss and fitness are the same things, and if we only see one type of body reflected in the fitness/wellness world, we continue to reinforce fatphobia and an archaic/superficial way of thinking." Ashley…
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The day that I created the #normalizenormalbodies movement, and little did I know that it would start a movement to connect stories from all over the world. This photo is one that i will cherish for the rest of my life.
Becca Yap saved to Body Positive IG