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You need immediate results that compel you to continue. That’s exactly what The 4-Hour Body delivers. Enter the characters you see below Sorry, we just need to make sure you’re not a robot. It’s pretty amazing to think about , especially in the times we’re in. Just think of how far we’ve come, but also the current climate. Not only are we female athletes, but we’re dating as well.
Yeah, I think it’ll probably be even more bad-ass later. A year, five years, 10 years, 20 years, to look back and be like, Oh, they were the first openly gay couple to be on the cover, to be in the issue. You can see every muscle moving. Right now, I’m more concerned with the mental side of competition than with my body. I’m working on learning how to zone out the rest of my competition and just focus on myself. I am the fastest in the world right now. When I started to get good at sports and when I started hitting the ball really far, that’s when my body image changed.
I loved what my body was doing for me on the field, and that started to translate off the field. It’s a lot of angles and a lot of curves. Cross-country skiing is a silent sport. You’re moving under your own power. I need to celebrate my body for what it does.
I am not the biggest, but that doesn’t mean I can’t be the quickest or the smartest and find other ways of being successful. I can’t wish I was taller. It’s important that my looks have nothing to do with what I do in the WWE. I want to carve out my own path. To be creative , I need to be angry.