I was at a pole competition at a bar (supporting my friends) and after the routines, I walked up to get some water. As I was walking I over heard some people talking about how they want to try a class. Then I heard something that mad me want to scream. One of the people in the group told one of the girls that wanted to try a class that there was no way she could do that stuff, and that she’d be so sore after. When did it become ok to tell people they can’t do something and that they shouldn’t even try!! I hope that girl is one of those that hears discouraging talk and makes it her goal to prove them wrong. What’s the point of working out if it’s easy? It should be fun, but you should have to put effort in. I’m sore after every single pole class, and I love it. Never let anyone tell you you can’t do something, no matter how hard it is.
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I am a mom of 3 who recently went back to work. Before that I stayed home. While staying home I decided I was tired of being fat, so I lost the 65 pounds I had gained during my 3 pregnancies. I have kept it off for a year and a half, and now want to help others learn how easy losing weight and exercising can be even in a hectic life like I have. WOW!! Fast forward 3.5 years. I've kept the weight off! My goal now is to provide support for people who are having massive life changes like I did. I've lost everything and come out a much happier and more grounded person. I'm struggling with how much to share. It's been a long road and I wasn't sure how it was going to end at times, but synchronicity has brought me a long way and my faith has been restored. In this blog I want to organize my journey for my own piece of mind, and provide a library of what worked for me. In addition I want to meet others and hear their stories to carry the synchronicity further. View all posts by cheesecake4urbody