It’s hard having someone point out all of the negative qualities, you know the ones your friends will not call you out on. I am having a hard time coming to terms with these negative qualities. It is such a painful experience that I am not sure I can handle any more.
I am dedicating this blog to all of those fit, fat, and fabulous people out there. There is a popular misconception that size is an indicator of health. False. This idea has given me a headache and has caused a great deal of frustration among girls like me. Look at that smaller person, anyone, just pick. What you may not see below the surface is the pack of cigarettes they smoke daily, the 6-pack of beer they had at a party last night, or the double whopper they ate on their lunch break. Does that seem healthy to you? No. For some people, their unhealthy habits do not always produce visible effects. Then look at their larger friend, noshing on a salad after her workout.
I'm here to put an end to this misconception and prove that size is no indicator of fitness. I've been an athlete nearly my whole life, always active, but I've always had a weight problem. I did not let the number on the scale stop me from doing the things I loved. I was able to outwork girls 60 lbs lighter than me because I was fitter. Never let the size of your clothes tell you what you can or cannot do.
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