La mujer compartió una foto en Instagram donde se puede ver cómo los cambios de peso han afectado su cuerpo pero, para sorpresa de todos, la imagen donde se le ve un cuerpo más escultural no es la de menor peso.

Wells está tratando de mandar un mensaje a todos aquellos que se atormentan por lo que marca la báscula: “Por favor paren de pensar que el peso es igual al progreso y por amor a todas las cosas, no dejen de su peso tenga algún efecto en su autoestima”.

“Antes de quedar embarazada pesaba 130 libras, pero basándome en nada más que mi propia percepción, decidí que mi peso ideal debía ser 122 libras para entrar en mis jeans más delgados. Bueno, después de algunos meses de BBG (Bikini Body Guides) y amamantar lo logré, entré en esos jeans talla cero. Pero adivinen qué, desde entonces he ganado 18 libras […] Finalmente aprendí a medir mi progreso por cosas que importan, como fuerza, agilidad, resistencia, salud y felicidad. […] Solo tengo cinco libras de diferencia con mi peso inicial pero la composición de mi cuerpo es completamente diferente”, explicó la mujer en la red social.

SCREW THE SCALE || I figured it was time for a friendly, yet firm reminder.🤗 YOU GUYS. PLEASEEEEEE STOP GETTING HUNG UP ON THE NUMBER ON THE STUPUD SCALE! PLEASE STOP THINKING YOUR WEIGHT EQUALS YOUR PROGRESS AND FOR THE LOVE OF EVERYTHING PLEASE STOP LETTING YOR WEIGHT HAVE ANY AFFECT WHATSOEVER ON YOUR SELF ESTEEM, like I used to. To any of you who are where I once was, please listen to me. I am 5′ 7″ and weigh 140 lbs. When I first started #bbg I was 8 weeks post partum and 145 lbs. I weighed 130 before getting pregnant, so based on nothing besides my own warped perception, I decided my “goal weight” should be 122 and to fit into my skinniest jeans. Well after a few months of BBG and breastfeeding, I HIT IT and I fit into those size 0 jeans. Well guess what? I HAVE GAINED 18 POUNDS SINCE THEN. EIGHT FREAKING TEEN. Also, I have gone up two pant sizes and as a matter of fact I ripped those skinny jeans wide open just the other week trying to pull them up over my knees.😂 My point?? According to my old self and flawed standards, I would be failing miserably. THANK GOODNESS I finally learned to start measuring my progress by things that matter — strength, ability, endurance, health, and HAPPINESS. Take progress photos and videos. Record how many push-ups you can do, ect. And if you can, your BFP — there is only a 5 lb difference between my starting and current weight, but my body composition has changed COMPLETELY. I have never had more muscle and less body fat than I do now. I have never been healthier than I am now. I have never been more comfortable in my own skin than I am now. And if I didn’t say #screwthescale long ago, I would have gave up on my journey. So to the little teeny tiny voice in the back of my head that still said “😳wtf is this- not 140!?😭😩” last week when I stepped on the scale, I say SCREW. YOU. And I think you should probably say the same to your scale too. #byefelicia 👋🏼🚫⚖ . . #bbgprogress #transformationtuesday #fit #fitness #workout #fitmom #fitchick #fitfam #fitnesstransformation #beforeandafter #sweat #mysweatlife #girlswithmuscle #girlgains #strongnotskinny

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