Fat doesn’t mean unhealthy, small doesn’t mean your healthy.
A conversation I had with a client yesterday.
She wanted to be x amount in the scales, I asked what that means to her and why that number, what feelings does that bring
She didn’t know, she said I just threw out a number because I don’t know what it’s like to be small
She also said I feel over weight and unhealthy.
This is a limiting belief and a bi product of diet mentality and diet culture.
Firstly, she lives a healthy lifestyle and is NOT obese. She is fit, strong, and had balanced nutrition.
So many ladies think Fat means unhealthy, skinny / small means healthy and they couldn’t be more wrong.
I use to think like this, with my disordered behaviours, Chasing scale weight by obsessive measures, that confusion was hard to live in, the guilt, shame, embarrassed feelings Because your not skinny, lite or lean enough... ever.
I’m free from that now but it took ALOT of work, education and support, Consistently for years.
I am all about ladies FEELING amazing in their bodies for sure BUT there is some fucked up ideas and misinformation about health, weight, diets, quick fixes, fads, how you should and shouldn’t look.
I coach my clients leading with education and proven methods so they get their RESULTS while learning so much about themselves, how to feel good in their bodies and in their minds, to create the best sustainable healthy life style , ditching weight and keeping it off WITHOUT the fads, quick fixes and confusion
They become the BEST versions of themselves with a new found confidence that turns heads as they walk in the room, their energy shifts, and their friends ask wtf they have been doing
Making real shifts happen.
I can not wait to run The Body 4 Life Transformation July addition it’s bigger and better than ever!! What’s your idea of healthy ? 👇👇 Aimee 🤍