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10 Badass Athletes Share Their Best Body-Positive Wisdom
The soccer star told CNN in 2015 that “it's important to accept your body for what God gave you.”
"I certainly don't feel like I have the perfect body type ... It's through your own eyes," she continued. "It's just important to have that confidence and self-esteem no matter what body type you have."
In 2019, Aly gave a sarcastic "shout-out" to the boys in her old high school on Instagram. "Thanks for forcing me to learn to love myself and my body," she wrote. "My muscular arms that were considered weird and gross when I was younger have made me one of the best gymnasts on the planet."
For whatever reason, gymnasts tend to get crap for looking strong. And in 2019, Simone let people know that she’s not having it.
“You all can judge my body all you want, but at the end of the day it’s MY body. I love it & I’m comfortable in my own skin,” she wrote on Twitter.
The alpine skier (who just won a gold medal in the 2019 Olympics) told Huffington Post in 2015 that she’s learned to adapt her body image. “Lindsey [Vonn] set the precedent that you have to work really hard, that you have to be strong instead of skinny,” she said. “My legs are bigger for sure. … I'm learning to feel that strength is really beautiful."
The ice skater told ESPN in 2019 that her body shows all the blood, sweat, and tears she puts into her training. “My body is a perfect display of all the hard work,” she said.
"All the scars on my body, all the bumps and bruises, all the muscles—that is a story of everything I have done," the UFC fighter told Women's Health in her 2019 Naked issue interview.
"I've thought about what it would be like to look different. Sometimes I'm like,Aw, man, it would be nice to have a little more boobage going on!But my body is designed to move and be agile and be like an Amazon warrior.Boobswould hold me down."
The Olympic swimmer admitted to in 2015 that she’s “self-conscious” about her arms. "It's really hard to find a dress that's a size 10 in the lats but a size 4 in the waist,” she said. “But I want to be as successful as I can; if that means having big arms, I'll take big arms.”
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