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Inspiración pura: 6 entrenadoras personales presumen su antes y después en Instagram

febrero 12, 2018 Exclusivas, Vida Guilty
Ver para creer es una de las mejores maneras de vender un producto, servicio o imagen. Gracias a internet, podemos conocer las increíbles historias de algunos de los entrenadores personales más celebrados en la web. Con fotos, nos enseñan el “antes” y el “después” para inspirar a quienes buscan un mejor estilo de vida.

Nada como motivación a cargo de quienes lograron su meta y bajaron de peso. 

Por Paco Deveaux (@devolas)

Gracias a la experiencia que han vivido, hoy éstos entrenadores personales lograron su meta de bajar saludablemente de peso. Contando sus historias, han inspirado a miles de personas, quienes los siguen en redes sociales. No es fácil, pero a través de disciplina y dedicación, es posible hacer un cambio.

1. Lacey Stone

De acuerdo a esta personal trainer y fitness blogger, el cambio es en toda tu vida. Tienes que encontrar un ejercicio que ames, darte el tiempo de cambiar los hábitos alimenticios y rodearte de personas que te ayuden a lograr tu meta. Así, se notará el cambio, pero también habrá uno interno.

2. Erica Lugo

Tras darse cuenta de que cargar con el peso extra de su cuerpo le afectaba mentalmente, decidió hacer un cambio. Ahora es la dueña de EricaFitLove Studio además de entrenadora personal. Para ella, perder peso no se trata solamente de ir al gimnasio y dejar de comer pasta. Es u cambio mental, que tienes que hacer para sentirte y verte bien.

3. Kimberly Mills

Estuvo haciendo dietas distintas y probando métodos nuevos durante 15 años. Finalemente, perdió cerca de 30 kilos en ocho meses, pero todo está en la mente. En lugar de concentrarse en el futuro, se proponía metas a corto plazo, como correr sus primeros 5 km. Todo esto la llevó a su meta final, pero es un proceso que se debe querer hacer. 

4. Kelley Coffey

Tras una cirugía estomacal, logró bajar considerablemente de peso. Sin embargo, después de un año volvió a subir poco más de la mitad. Para ella, comportamientos como pesarse regularmente son asociados a llevar una dieta estricta. En lugar de eso, piensa que hay que sentirse cómodo con uno mismo, pero saludablemente. recoore el país dando pláticas body positive y es entrenadora personal.

On this, the final weekend of a steaming shit heap of a year, let's look ahead to better things. More mid-morning coffees. More slow, deep kisses. More long drives with the music up high and the windows down low. More slow, deep breaths. More creativity. Less procrastination. More pleasure. Less bullshit. More cowbell. Come welcome the New Year with humor, honesty, and strength. If you struggle with food, if you have a hard time treating yourself and your body with care, and if you're ready to begin NOW, join us. My FREE, pop-up workshop for WOMEN ONLY on FB is open through January, and it's rocking (1.2k members worldwide and counting!) Link in bio. Come now. Now would be best. #weightloss #fatloss #selfcare #selflove #loveisaction #strongcoffey #noabsnopink #pleasureprinciples #free #workshop #womenshealth #feministfitness #wellness #fitness #personaltrainer #liftlikeagirl #care #pleasure #bringiton #2018 #pantsuitnation

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5. Dell Farrell

Después de subir unos 10 kilos en la universidad, decidió que era tiempo de hacer un cambio. A través de muchos errores, logró bajarlo, pero fue una travesía. Para ella, se trata de encontrar la motivación necesaria, y de hacer la constancia una opción fácil.

❌swipe across❌ I know what it's like to feel like you will never be able to change 😿 To not like what you see in the mirror even though you are trying to change. I think it's so important as a coach to know what it is like to struggle. To understand what clients are going through 💛 👉🏼 There are so many people telling you that it's super easy but have never known what it's like to gain more than a few pounds. The truth is it isn't a walk in the park. You are going to have to do things that are out of your comfort zone. You are going to have to make changes. There is no magic pill. There are definitely strategies that make transforming your body and mind a whole lot easier. I gained weight from not making my diet and training a priority. I cared too much what people think and didn't look after myself like I loved me for me. Anxiety, stress and worry are things that I have had to battle to get to where I want to be. 🌻🌻🌻Changing my life so that I did not have to live with an unhealthy body or toxic mindset has taken time🌻🌻🌻 This is to tell you that it is possible. I try to put out as much free info on my site 🦄 dellfarrell.com 🦄 as I can to help women who feel they are stuck like I was. Don't give up. It is worth it. ✌🏼️

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5. Anna Victoria

Entrenadora personal y estrella de Instagram, creadora del programa 12-Week Fit Body Guides y la famosa app fitness Body Love. Anna no siempre fue la hermosa mujer que ahora conquista a decenas de miles en redes sociales, pero con frecuencia su historia (y sus imágenes) inspiran a varias mujeres de todos el mundo.

My "transformation" 💗 Sometimes I don't like calling it that because I was never unhappy with the way I looked to begin with. • My transformation was more about how I felt on the inside, about my health, and that's not something I can show you in a picture. Nevertheless, instagram is a visual platform and we are visual creatures so here we are. While I'm happy with the physical changes I've worked so hard for, they don't compare to the non-physical changes that aren't visible to the naked eye. Those non-physical changes are what keep me going. There's always room for physical improvement and there's always someone who looks better than you, and those two facts can be freaking exhausting if it's all you're concerned with. It can put you in a constant state of wanting to restrict food more, work out more, and if you're not careful, lead to an unhealthy obsession and relationship with workouts and with food. That's not what I want for me or for any one of you. • The before photo was in November 2012, so nearly 5 years ago. Could someone see progress in less time? Of course, and I did see significant progress not long after this 'before' photo. My transformation didn't take 5 years, it took about 9 months. I do set goals and push myself, but I've always been overly conscious of maintaining balance and never letting fitness take over my life. These last 5 years I've been pushing myself but I've also been living my life, enjoying vacations and cheat meals and completely indulging and having no regrets. I don't work out to punish myself for eating ice cream and I don't restrict myself if I feel I want to relax a bit. I DO however keep in mind how food affects me mentally and emotionally and that's what keeps me eating as healthy as I do. • Do I have people telling me I should be more lean? Yes. That I could gain more muscle? Yes. But I'm not concerned with other people's ideas of what I should or shouldn't do with my body. I'm doing what I want which is to kick ass in the gym, be empowered by my workouts and feeling strong, but still enjoy life and to value balance above rock hard abs or a lower body fat percentage. #fbggirls www.annavictoria.com/guides

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