I Am #WhatsBeautiful

I Am #WhatsBeautiful

It’s been a few weeks now that I’ve been participating in the Under Armour What’s Beautiful Challenge with Fitfluential (this is a sponsored post).  At the beginning, I set lofty goals and then realized that it wasn’t what I needed right now.  So instead, I made a longer term goal of finishing a half marathon in under 2:30 which will take me many more months longer than the length of the challenge.

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This goal allowed me to think about the long term and what I needed to do now in order to be there later.  So I started to just work out, whatever it was, just to get moving.  Slowly, I began to rediscover my love for fitness.

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Now, I’m back to a point where I am enjoying my fitness again and doing it pretty regularly.  I might not be hard core – no CrossFit, no marathon training, no extreme yoga pose to master.  I’m just taking it day by day, making sure that I’m happy with my choices, being as healthy as possible.

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One of the slogans of the challenge is to “Redefine the Female Athlete”.  I don’t typically think of myself as an athlete but that is what Under Armour is out to change.  I might not be extreme in my endeavors to be healthy, nor do I play a sport, but I’m committed to a healthy lifestyle.  That is what is really important.

This round of the campaign rekindled my love for fitness and launched me back into a regular healthy routine.  I’m looking forward to the next round of What’s Beautiful and seeing what else I will accomplish then!

What did you learn about yourself by participating in UA’s What’s Beautiful Challenge?
What was your biggest achievement?

4 thoughts on “I Am #WhatsBeautiful

  1. Gotta do something that you enjoy, or you just won’t do it since it isn’t fun and fitness should be fun! (I called the class I taught at school this year “Fun Fitness Friday”…the kids loved it!!!)
    Keep having fun!

  2. I think this is great! we all need support and finding what we truly want for ourselves, by making goals. Small or big. they definitely matter! I have a big goal of losing 30lbs 🙂

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