Not brave enough to post a pic yet
Wow! So many awesome pics of people, you all obviously work really hard at your fitness. My goal is to be one of those girls that can post a pic of their abs. It might take some time but I don't want to give up anymore.
I can give one simple piece of advice, don't ever compare yourself to other people. There is always someone more fit or what you might say better looking. Create your own goals for yourself and get them. If it's to get to 200, own it and love it. I'm not saying don't challenge yourself, just don't do it to look like someone else.
That being said, I'm pretty confident this is the one app that if anyone made fun of what you look like, the community would be all over them. Not tolerated!
Keep plugging away at the goal you set. The other poster was right. Don't compare your body to someone else. Just makes it more difficult to stay with a plan. Here's a secret: genetics have alot to do with our body. I show abs quickly but chest not so much. Triceps quickly, biceps not so much.
Point is be the most fantastic you that you can be.
Thanks everyone, it is super encouraging to see such quick replies. Well today is my first day trying this app so here goes nothing.
I used to be like that...then thought why should I waste my life worrying what other people think...
There is always someone bigger and better or skinny...you are you be proud of it stand tall and show the world who you are...only the d..ks will judge you badly the rest will stand beside you!
I know your right my main motivation is that I've been there before but let myself go and it seems so much harder to get back to
Susan, I agree with Cristian , a lot of people use pictures of people that inspires them to want to look like them. And then there's others like me that like to use motivational posters to remind and inspire us to go forward. Find a picture that you feel will inspire you to reach your goal and post it to remind you of your goal :-)
I believe the greatest motivation to achieve that dream body is to take pictures of your self when you started working out and then biweekly. Nothing can be more encouraging than seeing the changes that you have achieved in those two weeks on your own pictures. Doesn't really matter you post it or not. :)