Have you lived most of your life as a career dieter?
Do you struggle with body image issues?
Feel you don’t measure up to societal standards?
Are you sick and tired of it??
I was too. For a long time I starved, berated, and damaged my body trying to fit a certain mold.
I even did this when I was supposedly “healthy” and paleo.
It was a brutal time where I weighed myself constantly and never felt comfortable in my own skin.
Can you relate?
Cue my life changing transformation in body image and self-love which has helped me not only overcome my own issues, but help thousands of others.
I started with myself, but I had a lot of help along the way.
One of my incredible friends was a major influence on the way I feel now.
She is strong, beautiful, and doesn’t give two f***s what people think about her or her body.
She loves herself unconditionally and she teaches women like you and I to do the same.
She is known for taking sledgehammers to scales and empowering women to love themselves no matter what.
That woman is my friend Summer Innanen.
She runs the insanely popular 21 Day Body Image Remix programs, Rock Your Body Program, and awesome one on one coaching on her amazing blog.
She’s about to relaunch the Rock Your Body program- a kickass 12-week group coaching program where you’ll join Summer’s entourage and learn to stick it to societal standards, stop living behind the number on the scale and feel like a total rockstar in your body.
And to celebrate, she’s offering access to an amazing FREE training series all about how to Rock Your Body and give society’s expectations the middle finger.
These videos are going to be an absolute godsend for anyone struggling with negative feelings about their body.
All you have to do is sign up for the series by giving your email here.
This will be a fun, hilarious, and soulful journey into the depths of who you are, but more importantly, will release your sense of humor!
Summer has the ability to bring humor into anything and I know you’ll love her and her program! I can’t recommend her highly enough!
Tell us how you’ve overcome (or not overcome!) your body image issues! What do you still struggle with? What advice has helped you the most?