About a year into my fitness journey I saw a photo of myself flexing, and my automatic response was to be a little self conscious about the muscle definition I saw in my arms. Though I was was healthier than ever and proud of the strength I had gained, I grew up wanting to be thin and skinny — I never aspired to be strong. It also did not help that some people in my life at the time made comments to me about how amazing I looked once I lost weight after having my son, but then began to caution me not to get “too muscular”.🙁 Well HOW FAR I HAVE COME!! I am talking primarily about my MENTAL gains.👊🏼 .
I no longer give ANYONE’s comments or opinions the power to make me feel self conscious or question myself or my goals or my worth. Neither should you. NO ONE has the right to tell you how you should or shouldn’t look, what you should or shouldn’t wear, or what you should or shouldn’t do. EVERYONE deserves to live their truth and EVERYONE deserves to feel strong and healthy. And STRONG AND HEALTHY LOOK DIFFERENT ON EVERYBODY!!! #pwr #pwr2019 #kelseywellspwr #pwrprogram .