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What a Personal Trainer Wants You to Know About Tummy Squish

Hi 👋🏻 Let's talk about being human really quick. Accepting yourself for who you are instead of what you ate is very important. I haven't posted in a while because I've been busy, and that's okay, during that time I ate pizza and drank a bit, and that's okay too. I have a roll on my back when I move around and that's still okay!!! I am HUMAN not a robot. Yes, I'm a personal trainer but I also love my body for what it's accomplished, NOT what it looks like. I think you should too ❤😘 far too often we get sucked up into social media and what we think we should look like. Even me, I post pictures that flatter my figure and can give the wrong idea to everyone. So here's me, post binge and all. I don't spend my days squatting and eating kale, it's similar but involves a lot more peanut butter than kale... moral of the story, we are all human, even personal trainers are human. Give yourself a break and stop comparing yourself to others because even I have tummy squish and back fat but I LOVE IT because it's me and I know I work hard for my mind and body. okay rant over. 😉 •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••#bopo #workout #personaltrainer #honest #girlswholift #healthy #healthyfood #healthylifestyle #holistic #happy #fitfam #fitchick #fitgirls #fitgram #fitspo #fitnessmotivation #motivation #inspiration #instafitness

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Sometimes you work hard to take care of yourself, eat well, and work out regularly. And other times you get busy living, enjoying food (and wine!), and don't hit the gym as much. This personal trainer, Rachel, reminds us that it's all good! She says, "I haven't posted in a while because I've been busy, and that's okay, during that time I ate pizza and drank a bit, and that's okay too." She adds, "I have a roll on my back when I move around and that's still okay!!! I am HUMAN not a robot. Yes, I'm a personal trainer but I also love my body for what it's accomplished, NOT what it looks like. I think you should too."

Social media can play a huge role in how we feel about our bodies. Rachel says, "far too often we get sucked up into social media and what we think we should look like. She even admits, "Even me, I post pictures that flatter my figure and can give the wrong idea to everyone." So here's a pic she's posting "post binge and all," saying "we are all human, even personal trainers are human. Give yourself a break and stop comparing yourself to others because even I have tummy squish and back fat but I LOVE IT because it's me and I know I work hard for my mind and body."

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