7 Days to Love the Skin You're In Love Your Body Day 3

Love Your Body Day 3 – Flaunt What Ya Mama Gave Ya

Today, I want you to flaunt what you got! We are going to celebrate some of the five features you chose on Day 1. If you love your booty, wear your favorite jeans that really show off your curves. If you love your eyes, play them up with mascara and a little extra eyeshadow. If you love your arms, go sleeveless. If you love your lips, break out your red lipstick from the 12 Days of Fitness Challenge! You don't have to amp up all five traits, choose your top two or three. Girl, get ready for some confidence-boosting compliments! When we feel good about our bodies, it shows from the inside out. Have you ever met a woman and couldn't

7 Days to Love the Skin You're In Love Your Body Day 2

Love Your Body Day 2 – Change the Convo, Girl!

When one of your friends starts talking negatively about her body, what do you do? There's no way you chime in with, "Yeah, you know, your thighs do look sorta big. You should probably stop eating, then binge on a whole pint of ice cream, then cry, and feel worse about yourself." But I could put down a pretty hefty bet that some of you have said or done this to yourself! Today we're going to build on yesterday's challenge where we wrote down five things we loved about our appearance. We are going to use these little nuggets as amo. It's time to change the conversation. When you start engaging in negative self-talk, remind yourself of the parts about you you do

7 Days to Love the Skin You're In Love Your Body Day 1

Love Your Body Day 1 – Change Your Perception to Change Your Reflection

Welcome to the Love Your Body Challenge- 7 Days to Love the Skin You're In! To kick off our mini 7-day journey, I want you to start by looking in the mirror. I know, sometimes the mirror can be a daunting thing. I have clients who avoided the mirror for years because they didn't like what they saw. Let me tell ya. If you don't love your body now, at whatever weight it is currently, it's going to be pretty damn hard to love it even when you do see change. I remember having a conversation with another trainer at the gym about a patch of fat I could grab under my sports bra strap. Eventually we started laughing because