My legs are scarred.
My shoulders are broad.
I struggle finding jeans that fit.
I hold weight in my stomach and thighs.
My back is wide.
I don’t have a six pack.
…And I am 100% okay with that. 💛#pefectlyimperfect
For me, my transformation has always been more about mindset and health than outward appearance, but pictures like this make me realize how much changing my mindset and my life has changed my body.
The girl on the left would take 50 pictures and hate every single one.
The girl on the left would try to stretch out her clothes as much as possible.
The girl on the left wanted to HIDE in workout clothes and sweatshirts 24/7
2017: Same shirt & a new mindset. 💕
My current online boot camp is full of love and support if you are someone who needs that mindset change. We always have spots open for ladies ready to make a change 💌
First things first… STOP right here and look at the shake you’re currently drinking, I don’t care what it is, BUT check out the ingredient label. If there is SOY, Artificial flavors, or Artificial Sweeteners, it’s time to reconsider.
Chances are you maybe found me from my post on Facebook about why I’m so passionate about a shake… If you missed it… watch here:
If you’re ready to get started, skip to the bottom and I’ll be in touch with more info!
So I wanted to share A LOT more about why I am such an advocate of Shakeology but first I want to clear up some common misconceptions…
Misconception #1: Shakeology is a PROTEIN Shake. This is 100% false, Shakeology is a nutrient dense MEAL REPLACEMENT. Shakeology is the equivalent to eating 5 plates of salad! It’s packed full of vitamins, nutrients, superfoods, and more… not just protein
Misconception #2: Shakeology is not a WHOLE food. False, it actually is. Shakeology is made up of preserved superfoods. It’s essentially comparable to dried juicing. All of the ingredients are dried out at the perfect temperature so as not to kill the nutritional enzymes, but preserves the ingredients so as not to go rancid in your bag.
Misconception #3: Shakeology is too EXPENSIVE. This is most often the objection I hear, but I want you to take a second and think. If you were to eat a healthy meal, how much would it cost you?! On average it’s usually about $3-7. WELL Shakeology actually breaks down to $4.33 a meal and remember with your shake you are REPLACING a meal you are currently eating, PLUS it’s also covering any additional vitamin you may be taking. Now you’re also getting 30 meals at once, so it’s super simple to deduct from your monthly grocery budge to make it work for your family. Also, try to go and purchase all the bonus superfoods in Shakeology at the grocery store and see how much it runs you… you’ll be surprised at how INEXPENSIVE Shakeology is.
Misconception #4: Shakeology is for WEIGHT LOSS. Again not true!! Yes, Shakeology can aid in weight loss, BUT just about anything that will lower your calories will help with weight loss. Shakeology is about HEALTH. Because your body is getting the nutrients it needs when drinking shakeology, your body will be able to thrive and you’ll find you do have more energy, fewer cravings and just overall feel better. Weight loss is a byproduct of a healthy diet and lifestyle.
Wanna learn more:
Shakeology from a CUSTOMERS PERSPECTIVE:
The Financial Value of All those SUPERFOODS:
Can I drink Shakeology if Im Breastfeeding or Nursing? Answers from the creators:
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I used to FORCE myself to exercise and I hated every minute of it. I would count down minutes on the treadmill, put it off when I could, and always felt “punished” for having to work hard to lose weight.
Then I changed my MINDSET. I stopped working out for weight loss. I picked weights over the treadmill. I stopped worrying about the calories I was burning, and slowly but surely I stopped HATING it.
Now I workout because I LOVE it. I don’t feel like it’s something I’m forced to do but it’s something I CHOOSE to do. I feel better about myself when I workout. I get a mental stress release from moving. And it’s a means of finding pride in my body instead of hating it.