In the Instagram she shared three very different photos of herself at three very different weights 145lbs (65.7kg), 122lbs (55.3kg) and 140lbs (63.5kg). In her latest picture weighing in at 63.5kg she not only looks fitter but had more muscle definition than she did at a lighter weight.
She urged her 299K followers to “Stop getting hung up on the number on the stupid scales.”
Her inspirational post “Stop thinking your weight equals your progress and… (let) your weight have any affect whatsoever on your self esteem.
The proud mother started the BBG just 8 weeks after giving birth.
"Thank goodness I finally learned to start measuring my progress by things that matter—strength, ability, endurance, health, and happiness"
We couldn’t agree more! Its time that more people focussed on healthy as a lifestyle not just a silly number. #screwthescale