Have you seen Colbie Caillat in her video”Try?” A great message speaking to women on a plethora of levels about topics such as self-image, media, unrealistic expectations, what it means to be a striving woman living in America.
The observations Caillat makes about comments she has received from others when she’s not wearing makeup and looking “dolled” up definitely confirm my experiences.
The makeunder happens all while she sings “Try,” which the singer hopes will help take the focus off unrealistic beauty standards, and remind women to be true to themselves.
Since I love lifting heavy, I’m always looking for ways to increase strength and checking various sources to find out what’s new. Running across this article on bodybuilding.com, I love the concept of sticking to tried and true exercises in the gym.
Jessie Hilgenberg is an IFBB Figure Pro, Team Bodybuilding.com Athlete, Fitness Model, Competition Coach, and Graphic Designer. Her philosophy is close to my own when it comes to women’s bodies and lifting heavy.
In sharing this article, I hope you find inspiration in sticking to your weight lifting routine or delve into a (not so) new approach to rounding out your shoulders. The tips Jessie shares about why women lift heavy and the expected outcome are true and mirror past posts.