A couple days ago I chose to join the iLove campaign. I have vowed to love myself, the good and the bad, flaws and all. I have also opened up in sharing my 90 day experience through this journey in a blog for all of you. This is a little weird and uncomfortable especially coming from someone who struggles with really loving themselves as most teens and 20 year olds do. I have hope that in writing this blog it will hold me accountable to actually following through in these 90 days of loving myself. Starting off my journey I tried to think about things that I am confident about in myself and one of those things is my fitness. I had the opportunity to work with the executive director of Livingwell in helping her through her 90 day iLove journey. It is rewarding to see someone come to me for help, and also that the workouts I do are challenging and capable of pushing and transforming people. I have spent many years diving into fitness and trying all different types of workouts. I have struggled with being over obsessed with working out, to dreading the thought of having to wake up and go to the gym. I am no expert in the fitness world, however, throughout my journey I have realized that pushing yourself to do workouts that you don't enjoy doing is not beneficial. I have taught myself different workouts that make me feel good, but also that I look forward to doing. It makes me feel good about myself when I have the opportunity to teach, help, and push people to workout!
Share on Facebook
Share on Twitter
I'm busy working on my blog posts. Watch this space!