Rock That Body Confidence

Credit: notsogoodphotography

Credit: notsogoodphotography

No matter how much you work out out or how perfectly healthy you eat day after day, you can’t feel totally awesome unless you really feel good about yourself—inside and out. Whether it’s lying by the pool in a skimpy bikini or presenting a big project at work, you have to feel like you’re rockin’ it to really look good. Confidence is the sexiest trait, after all.

That’s why we recently wrote a post on body confidence. No matter where you are in your fitness or weight-loss journey, there’s ALWAYS something to love about yourself! Read on for our best tips to help you love thyself more…

Rock That Body Confidence

Imagine yourself at the outdoor hotel pool after a long day of tiring meetings and stressful encounters with clients. You want to do nothing but relax, soak in the pool and not work. However, despite your best attempts at vegging out, your mind keeps creeping into your “me” time with thoughts like “Is my stomach pooching out?” or “Wow, her thighs look better than mine. Mine are really jiggly. I should run more,” or my personal fave, “If I just lie here and suck it in, no one will know I had a cheeseburger for lunch.” Continue reading…

Be sure to tell us your body confidence tricks and tips in the comments! —Jenn

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  1. Nicci@NiftyEats says:

    I love to rock my booty in xome new pair of jeans! lol I work hard to getting it to look the way it does with Pilates…and some genetics.

  2. Sagan says:

    "ask yourself, 'What does it matter?' And then kindly tell yourself to hush up." Love it. The other thing that's good to ask ourselves is WHY we're thinking those thoughts. Health? Vanity? Society? Once we've got the reasons pinpointed we can change our way of thinking in the future.