With Christmas only 7 days away it can be easy to lose focus on training. But we’re keeping our eyes on the prize and will be working hard in the gym this week.. mainly so we can ski this weekend!
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I wish the pre-baby me would have known to appreciate her body more. Known that she wasn’t “fat” when she kept convincing herself otherwise. Known that she wasn’t “weak” when she was training for a competition. That she was a lot stronger than she gave herself credit for. Known that she was exactly worthy of the body she was given. So that’s life, right? In hindsight, we could have done and said a million different things to convince ourselves of something. What’s more important is our attitude in the present. I’m first and foremost blessed to have carried my baby, when so many people struggle with infertility alone. I’m now given the opportunity, especially as a mother to a little girl, to cherish my body as it has evolved once again. I’m telling this girl now to be proud of her saggy postpartum belly because that’s once where her baby lived. Be proud of her also deflated breasts because they have been able to provide nutrients to her baby for the past six months and counting. Be proud of her “weak” body because her time is now dedicated to raising a baby instead of being at the gym. Be proud of having bags under her eyes for the first time because she is up at all hours of the night when her baby needs her the most. I hope this new mom knows that all this is temporary and part of the healing process. Having your body drastically change in 9 months is mentally draining. Having your body change postpartum is an even bigger mind f*ck. Yes, she will NEVER be the same physically or mentally - but she will indeed be better than before. That is one thing I can promise and remind her of.