Depois de 8 meses de sedentarismo, (ok, teve levantamento de filha), eu TO DE VOLTA! 🏋🏻♀️💪🏻
Feliz da vida em voltar pra minha segunda casa que é a @cf7poa e ignorando totalmente o fato de que não consigo nem caminhar direito 🤪
To super empolgada em focar na recuperação do meu peso e do meu estilo de vida, a última vez que fiquei tão magra assim estava na 7a série do colégio 😅
Sei que algumas mamães tem dificuldade de perder o peso que ganharam na gestação e podem pensar que estou “reclamando” à toa, mas vamos lembrar que estar magra nem sempre é sinônimo de saúde ok?
Bora procurar um equilíbrio!? 👊🏻
2 weeks ago
She borrows my shoes. She loads the dishwasher in an organized way like me. She’s makes the most appearances on this feed because she is by my side 99% of the day and wants to be in every detail of my life. She picks up on all my habits, mannerisms, and priorities. She is ALWAYS watching and listening. When I was her age gymnastics taught me the importance of failure - of going for it, failing, learning, and trying again. There are a million things I hope she and her siblings learn from me - one is that it is not just okay to fail, but sometimes the best thing that can happen to us is what comes after failing.
You guys know pursuing wellness and fitness as a family is a big deal to me. I’m grateful for the chance to partner with @athleta to celebrate girls in sports and all the ways sports teach us how getting up from failure only makes us stronger. #powerofshe#sponsored
2 days ago
Bootcamp. Then Crossfit. Then our weekly donut date with extended family. Then homeschooling algebra and astronomy and logic and all things not near as fun as art to me. Then undistracted work time at @coworkingbravely . Next up @lilerose college portfolio review! Then my niece’s birthday party. Then crashing for a movie night with my favorite people. I go hard in the gym because it reminds me I can go hard when the day calls for it too. There are countless times during a demanding day I think back to that morning’s workout and remind myself I’ve got strong endurance and I can keep going 😉
I used to hate my body and build.
I used to NEVER wear sleeveless shirts, and if I did I was hyperconscious of my muscular arms. Thinking they made me look manly and everyone else thought the same.
CrossFit and age completely changed this mindset. Acceptance, confidence and empowerment has been one of the greatest gifts.
I wear tanks working out 90% of the time.
I wear sleeveless shirts to work and out majority of the time (since it’s summer) and YES, I do find people looking at my arms and sometimes commenting on them, but Instead of shame I have PRIDE! And I take the comments as complements.
⭐️Care less about what others think.
⭐️Accept & respect our body.
⭐️Take pride in & love our body.
PS Gwen took this photo of me about a month ago (hence why my head is cut off)