This Chick Decided She Didn't Want To Be Fat. Is Now Fit As Hell
Feb 05, 2016 12:56
This is what body positive looks like. 36-year-old Angela Crickmore used to weigh 182 pounds at her heaviest. She's a little over 5 feet and her BMI back then was 34.4. Medically, she's obese. But she didn't want to stay that way. So she decided to workout.
Starting off slowly, she changed her diet. by changing up her diet to include lean meats and vegetables, And then she started exercising.
Eight months later Angela finally felt confident enough to join a gym. And then now she looks like this:
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