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RT @SIRCtweets “It is vital that we try to develop positive body image in our children, as we know that positive body image is associated with higher self-esteem and healthy behaviors..." says Amy Slater of @UWEBristol Centre for Appearance Research https://t.co/1sEvoRalvY
An interesting read and an interesting perspective. Does the article’s message resonate with where you are in your athletic pursuits given your own particular stage in life? Feel free to tell us what you think. https://t.co/FreN4HBw33
RT @ExploreON Today is #RowansLawDay, in honour of Rowan Stringer. Ontario is leading the way in concussion awareness and safety. That’s why we are launching a province-wide multimedia campaign to raise awareness about concussion safety. https://t.co/4PZWQJn60m https://t.co/VGLF1J4f51
✨Love Your Selfie Activity✨
Step 1️⃣: Make a list of everything of everything that brings you happiness.
Step 2️⃣: Take a look at that list; would any of those things change if your appearance changed? Didn’t think so!😉
Step 3️⃣: Spend more time focusing on what brings you happiness! 🙌🏼
Spent Sunday afternoon at Aspire Studios hosting a Love Your Selfie workshop for Beyond Boundaries Academy!
They’re hosting a different workshop every Sunday for personal growth, self care and confidence! Check them out!
Hey SeeWhatSheCanDo-ers. Live in the Hamilton area and looking for something free to do today? Free Health and Fitness Expo happening today @FirstONT_Centre. Thx to @bayracerun for letting us know. #seewhatshecando #wellness https://t.co/zlqrww57we
🥰This morning with Walter Whyte School talking about body image, media literacy (these students already knew SO much👏🏼), effects of social media, how to use positive affirmations, different types of self care (the boring, the fun & the hard self care) & how they will progress forward after today!
❤️One thing I can’t stress enough is to TALK TO YOUTH ABOUT THESE THINGS! Chances are, they can teach YOU something right back.
❤️The more we know, the better we can all be!
❤️PS - The students wanted me to share that it was ‘Wacky Wednesday’ of Spirt Week today!🤣🙌🏼😍
Lord Selkirk School Division
An interesting study that looked at the relationship between exercise and aging by examining the positive effects of exercise on healthy active seniors. More support for being active throughout all stages of our lives. #seewhatshecando #KeepActive https://t.co/4WEE20pzJX
“What breaks your heart?”
I had a mentor ask me this about 5 years ago when I was searching to find my ‘why’ - that place where your dreams, unique gifts and personal values collide.
It’s National Eating Disorders Awareness Week and I often use this time to talk about the staggering realities of the illness but this year, I want to talk about what I am doing about it.
So what breaks my heart? People, especially young women, who don’t reach their full potential because of limitations that they put on themselves.
Whether it is self doubt because they have never been shown how big they can dream or dealing with pressure to fit in, there are lots of reasons they believe they CAN’T.
I’m interested in all the ways they CAN and a door I believe leads to that is through sport. Learning teamwork, goal setting, leadership and self confidence development are all skills that girls can develop in sports, yet by the time most reach puberty, 50% drop out.
I am proud to work alongside organizations like Fast and Female and Fillactive / FitSpirit.ca to hold workshops, speak in school assemblies and throw events to teach skills, leadership and to introduce young women to female elite or Olympic athletes who have made a huge impact on my life.
I’m also proud to partner with sponsors like New Balance Altitude Sports Limitless Performance and F2C Nutrition who support and celebrate women in sports.
I’m not saying that it is a cure for eating disorders. But when you deal with loved ones who struggle, you can feel like there is nothing you can do but I believe there are ALWAYS great things that come from hard things.
If someone you love is struggling, don’t judge them, don’t try to fix them, just love them. Let’s all keep working to bring a little more light and a little less heaviness to this incredible next generation of young women.
#fastandfemale #fitspirit #newbalancecanada #trainbrave @neda
📸: SeeWhatSheCanDo @ Waterloo, Ontario
What makes Millennials different than Boomers in the health & wellness space? Find insights on attitudes & behaviours in a recent study by Pearl Strategy and Innovation Design. #seewhatshecando https://t.co/y9rPiVNChJ https://t.co/cUR96Pxoap
A great article on @cbcsports from @nicoleforrester focused on mental toughness. Find yourself at a competitive plateau? Have a read and learn how managing your emotions can help you go from good to great. #seewhatshecando https://t.co/qQT6tzKRvF
Attitude and approach is often so important to anything you face in life no matter what's involved. But in a recent article, Fast and Female's Kikkan Randall shares how it can really be key in battling breast cancer. Well done Kikkan. We at SeeWhatSheCanDo are tremendously proud of you. #seewhatshecando #finishcancer #BePositive #StayActive
Motivational Monday. The meaning of unique: being the only one of its kind; unlike anything else. Stand out. Be yourself. #seewhatshecando #BeCelebrated #GetInspired
Today is the International Day of the Girl. #BeCelebrated #GetInspired #SeeWhatSheCanDo.
Great article! Make time to stretch and enjoy these awesome benefits! #seewhatshecando #stretch #keepactive https://t.co/zuB7X148MN
🎀BARRE🎀 Inspired by ballet, this awesome workout blends dance, yoga and Pilates into a hardcore but fun workout! 😅 No joke guys, I legit felt this class for a few days afterwards... 💦
Check out my new article (link in bio ☝🏻) to learn more about the workout and what you’ll want to know if you check out a class - which I really think you should so I can come with you 💃🏼😂 •
#barre #seewhatshecando #soulbodybarre #groupfitness #goodlifefitness #fitness #happyandhealthywithjen #wellness #wellnessblogger #writersofinstagram #fitnesswriter
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