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Freedom to me is being able to rearrange my entire schedule for the day at the very last minute to take my big puppy dog to the vet. 🐶 There was no time requested off work needed, no waiting till I’m off over the weekend to take him, and not having a single ounce of anxiety over the numbers that will appear on the vet bill. THAT is freedom. Now this may have only been possible right now because I’m on spring break ... but you better believe this is the future I’m working so hard for 💕 What does freedom look like to you?
Managed my first rugby session in a few months last night and felt strong💪🏼👊🏼🏉 took a knock at the end which scared me a little as I felt my neck crack😣🙈 but it’s good to experience and overcome these hurdles in training so I can bring my best performance in comp! #injuredlife#sportingcomeback#littlesteps
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I’m working, ain’t got time for thirsting over how these chicks appear in pictures. #lesstalkmorework
Back in Cologne and looking forward to teaching more classes this week, inspired by my London Yoga trip 🔥This is where you can find me:
Friday: 18-19 @trainingslager_koeln
Saturday: 10.30-11.30 @krafthaus_koeln
Sunday: 10.30-12 #yogainn
I would love to see you there ❤️😊
Interesting Fact 💡Digestive Dysfunctions Can Present As:
. Skin Conditions & Allergies
. Decreased Immune Function
. Auto Immune Diseases
. Autism & Mood Disorders
. Arthritis --- It is so important to feed yourself the proper foods. You will thank yourself in the long run ❤️
My favorite body part is my quads. Before I even really lifted [heavy weights], everyone was always like, "Oh my gosh! Your quad muscles are so big!" As a female, you can go either way with that -- "Oh, you're calling my legs big?" But I always took it as a huge compliment, like, "I'm strong, I can jump -- thank you!"
I don't feel like you should ever sacrifice strong for skinny. Strong is just as beautiful, and especially in sports, it's essential. I just never want to see any athlete sacrifice sustenance and fuel and taking care of their body in order to try and achieve this kind of skinny body type.
"I mainly wanted to celebrate all that my body has done for me in my career, flaws and all. And I wanted it to be a statement of freedom."
🙌💪Yes April! "celebrate all that my body has done for me" 💕
📝: @aprilrossbeach online story from ESPN The Magazine's Body Issue 2016 for full story 📸: @agamephoto