Embracing our true healthy weight
We tend to think of some weight number when we were fluffy as an accurate weight we remember. Then we think of our weight "on" T-Tapp (or, possibly, another quality exercise program or combo of the two) as something less accurate for which we have to remember to "make allowances" to explain. That's partly to correspond our info with averages in society, yes, but still, That's not correct.
We are meant to be strong women with good core muscles, capable limbs and cinched mid-sections (or headed there!). We are naturally supposed to be "solid", with a weight that reflects lovely musculature.
Previous fluffy weights were really the inaccurate ones for us. We might remember a time when we weighed the same but looked less healthy, or a time when we were at that low high-school weight, or at our heaviest. All of those are valuable for record keeping, but we don't have to refer to them to explain away a weight that seems high to someone now.
When we reach a fitness level that pleases us, we can look down at the scale and embrace that number.
When you build your strength, balance, etc. THAT'S when you'll begin to move toward learning your true healthy weight. The body you are headed toward is the body to use as your gauge. The numbers left behind only made sense for the fluffy person you used to be. Keep records of them to mark success and stay on track, but also go ahead and embrace the healthy weight the scale tells you now!
If you weigh more than others at your size and shape, realize that it is likely you who are accurately reflecting health. If someone wonders, go ahead and tell your weight (or goal-weight if that's the conversation) with a smile - no explanation needed!
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(¸.•´ (¸.•'* M. H.