10 Modelos Fitness de tallas grandes que demuestran que no hace falta una talla 34 para estar en buena forma

Aunque los medios se empeñen en hacernos creer que la delgadez o los abdominales marcados son un signo de salud, lo cierto es que el tamaño o la forma del cuerpo de una persona no tiene por qué necesariamente definir su nivel de forma física. Y esto es lo que nos demuestran estas instructoras de fitness que ni tienen una talla 34, ni la buscan.

Influencers y modelos de talla grande que demuestran que no es necesario estar delgada para ser fitness

1- Maria Odugba

Maria Odugba está consiguiendo acabar con los estereotipos de las fisiólogas de ejercicio físico y practicantes de yoga. En su canal, hablar de la lucha que supone ser una mujer de talla grande en la industria del fitness.

2- Jessica Rihal

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Esta profesora de yoga del sur de California utiliza la plataforma y sus habilidades para hacer que la gente aprenda a quererse tal y como es, promoviendo la positividad en torno al cuerpo. Además, defiende que la talla y la salud no siempre están conectadas.

3- Dana Falsetti

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@Target #C9atTarget . One of the hardest things for me to let go of was constantly picking at and readjusting my clothes, worrying that my shirt wasn’t rolling up with my belly out as I moved. It would keep me from wearing what I wanted, it would keep me from moving how I wanted, and where I wanted. It was a boundary I had to break to invite authentic movement and body awareness into my life. I want to connect with my body, with my heart, not be distracted by how my rolls touching each other when I fold or that somebody might see. And that meant releasing my attachment to what others think and the shame that comes with. . When I practice outside, or go for a walk, and my belly is out, I get looks. I think mostly people are just surprised I don’t prefer to be covered – a testament to how fat bodies are treated and seen. But I am allowed to be seen, to take up space, to move my way, to have this exact body that I have right now. I won’t let a dirty look take that from me. I won’t let society’s preference for my body to be covered to take that from me.I’m not here for your comfort. I move my way, for me.

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Dana trabaja para normalizar la diversidad de la condición humana y darles a otras personas, especialmente a los colectivos vulnerables, la oportunidad para creer en sí mismos, cuidarse y por último aceptarse, todo ello a través del yoga.

4- Jessie Diaz-Herrera

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Jessica no solo es la reina del baile e imparte clases con un enfoque corporal positivo en Nueva York, sino que también hace pesas y CrossFit y es defensora de la inclusión de todas las tallas en el mundo del fitness.

5- CeCe Olisa

Es una defensora del fitness con positividad corporal y una de las cofundadoras de theCURVYcon, que finanza programas de educación para diseño con inclusividad de tallas en sus universidades asociadas con el Consejo de Diseñadores de Moda de América a través de la venta de camisetas.

6- Chasi Jernigan

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Chasi, además de fundadora de Sweat in Mascara, es instructora de fitness certificada, motivadora de positividad corporal y creativa.

7- Jessamyn Stanley

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I ordered the @amazonfashion Core 10, Race Day leggings because of the color + fit, but the waistband is why I can’t shut up about them. First of all, all of y’all with jiggly bellies know the struggle of keeping your pants up while exercising. And once my pants slide below my belly, I inevitably spend the rest of my workout in a wrestling match with my waistband. However, when I ordered these leggings, I had no idea that there was a drawstring embedded in the waistband and now I’m forever changed. The drawstring cinches the leggings at the waist so the fighting match with my waistband is completely unnecessary. Check out the link in my bio to shop the collection for yourself! #ad #core10women Photo by @justincookphoto

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No solo es profesora de yoga y defensora de la positividad corporal, además sus vídeos sobre flujo vinyasa te harán ponerte en forma a la vez que aceptas amar tu cuerpo tal y como es.

8- Luisa

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Hey! Guess what? It's one of those nights where I'm feeling feisty af! I don't make a dime from having followers, so… That block thumb is strong. 😎 I don't put up with shenanigans aka racism, sexism, all of the f*cked upISMs. There's still time for #FriendCareFriday so if there's a beautiful black queen homie in your life, show her some love! Venmo her for a treat tomorrow or something or just check in. No black queens in your circle? Ask yourself WHY and start working. I won't tag the pages to follow but if you try and want to learn, its out there for you. When you find one, donate. Help with the work they do. There is no excuse. Now, here's a still of me trying to stand on my hands. 🤷🏽‍♀️💕Good night and be beautiful people! . . . . . . . . . . . #yogafam #yoga #yogaforeverybody #yogaforeveryone #representationmatters #pocyoga #yogaatanysize #yogatherapy #yogaeverydamnday #yogaaday #yogini #curvyyoga #LAyoga #LAyogini #818 #sfv #plussize #inspiration #fitspo #motivation #effyourbeautystandards #honormycurves #bigandblunt #blackisbeautiful

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Luisa es estudiante y profesora de yoga e inspira a sus seguidoras a salir de la zona de confort con poses de yoga que puedes realizar en casa de forma fácil y segura.

9- Sarah Sapora

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Hey guys! Some of you may be new to my page. Here's the scoop about who I am! Name: Sarah Age: 40. Just turned 40. Yup. That happened. Hometown: NYC Currently Living: Las Vegas Things I Love: Cowboy boots, strength training, bodies of water of every kind, meditation, cantaloupe melon, laughing, real s'mores, music of all kinds, singing, reading, and the Hunt for Red October. I Believe… we are never too broken, too heavy, too old, too "anything" to make a different choice and create a life that fueles us. I Believe… that real self-love is the only thing that can create long lasting change in our life. I Believe… that the personal growth, wellness, and fitness industry does a crappy job of serving women of size and I want to change that. I Believe… that we can all RISE UP in our own lives. ❤

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Sarah se denomina así misma “mentora de autoamor y defensora del bienestar”, y trabaja para que las”mujeres de talla grande , personas a las que les han dicho que la única manera de crecer personalmente es haciendo dieta”, aprendan a quererse a sí mismas.

10- Mirna Valerio

Mirna es la fundadora del blog Fat Girl Running, donde habla de su pasión por correr, practicar yoga, hacer senderismo y escalar.

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