Fierce and feminine? A risk taker? A Supermom? A yoga rebel? A role model?
This International Women’s Day we’ve got lots of inspiring stories from women all over the world who are working in the business of sport and using their athlete’s mindset to be their very best.
Olivia Rotenberg talks about how women are celebrating what their bodies can do, rather than what they look like her post ‘Burpees and blush – it’s okay to be fierce & feminine’.
“A revolution is bubbling under the veneer of traditional female beauty. Women are celebrating what their bodies can DO, rather than what they look like.”
Can you reinvent yourself through the power of sports? Linda Evenhuis did and shares her ‘creating her new’ journey.
“It is easy to complain and blame, it is uncomfortable to get in your stretch zone and achieve the things you want in life.”
Kirsten Keck explains why having expectations of being a supermom just isn’t living in the real world!
“I thought that all I had to do was work hard enough and everything would continue as it was, just with a baby in addition. All of you who have kids know that this must have been the pregnancy hormones speaking. Truth is, things change.”
While “Yoga Rebel” Tara Stiles has three easy tips for boosting your productivity.
“We’re taught our whole lives to work hard and push through the pain to get anywhere good – be it the next career level or a stronger body. It’s easy to end up in a cycle of stress and exhaustion. A shift in activities and priorities will get you on track.”