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Body Image In Women Resources

Below are top resources on SparkPeople for Body Image In Women.

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58 Reasons to Feel Good about Your Body (at Any Size!)

One particularly hot September afternoon when my daughter was in the fourth grade, she invited a few friends to enjoy an after-school swim in our pool. They entered the house filled with laughter and excitement and rushed upstairs to change into thei...  Read more

Yoga Body Bliss

A new study published by the University of California at Berkeley shows that women who practice yoga have better body images and less disordered eating patterns than women who take part in traditional aerobic exercises. Study participants filled out...  Read more

Boost Your Body Image

On a recent trip to California, I went on a hike in Runyon Canyon, a park near my daughter’s apartment.  During my climb, I overheard two women chatting behind me.  One was expressing concern regarding comments her teenage daughter ha...  Read more

5 Reasons to Get Rid of Your Skinny Jeans

Peek into a woman's closet, and tucked amid all the clothes is something that almost every woman keeps. She strives to wear it again someday, no matter how unrealistic or out of style it may be. What is it? Her "skinny" jeans. Whether y...  Read more

Boost Your Bathing Suit Confidence

While training one of my clients, we had a conversation that left me thinking for days. Elaine has been exercising with me for over 10 years, is in her seventies, and truly one of my role models. Her high energy, devotion to staying fit and healthy,...  Read more

To all the brave men and women who served our coun
Updated 5/24/2015 9:48:40 PM

To all the brave men and women who served our country, THANK YOU and God Bless you all...  Read more

Dumped for a thinner woman
Updated 5/24/2015 4:57:39 AM

What would be the right thing to say to this woman that was dumped for a thinner woman? She got very close to the guy, thought he loved her... What should I tell her to encourage her? He wants to friend zone her. https://emuseclub.wo...  Read more

Transforming my body one bite and one step at a ti
Updated 5/23/2015 5:46:50 PM

Transforming my body one bite and one step at a time!!😀...  Read more

Fitness Accountability for women
Updated 5/23/2015 7:58:39 AM

Hey ladies, I'm a mom of 2 and a beachbody coach, if any of you are looking for some extra support I run online (facebook) accountability groups. They are free and private. Let me know if any of you would like to join. :)...  Read more

You do somewhat adjust as your body gets used to i
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You do somewhat adjust as your body gets used to it! But it's good, your body is cleaning toxins from your blood!...  Read more

Media Motivation

Instead of letting media images of fit and fabulous women demotivate me, I decided to turn that on its head and use those images as a light to run towards. There is a particular actress who, whenever I see her, I think looks amazing. Her body is fit,...  Read more

Don't compare yourself to a model

Women especially are bombarded with images of model-thin females (think mags at the grocery check out line). Remember, a small fraction of women actually look that way. We need to ignore these images and make our own bodies/minds/spirits the best th...  Read more

50+ Females!

We're a group of "finely aged" women are are determined to live our lives getting and staying fit, healthy and active! Join us and remember, 50+ Ladies ROCK THEIR WORLD!...  Read more

From Overweight Teen to Beauty Queen

The Internet is abuzz about 22-year-old Bree Boyce, and not just because she was crowned Miss South Carolina earlier this month (and even won a preliminary swimsuit round at the pageant, according to thestate.com). The real story is that Boyce was mo...  Read more

What's Hot and What's Not: The Latest Tips on Mental Health for Men & Seniors

What's HOTIn a previous blog entry, I mentioned some research that showed how keeping your mind active with reading, puzzles, games, and other such activities can help reduce the risk of Alzheimer's disease and dementia, and slow down the general cog...  Read more