What we’re talking about in this episode!
- The role personal responsibility plays in the self-care you do every day
- Tips to build daily healthy exercise and diet habits at home in 30 days
- How to use ‘flawsome’ and give yourself the grace to be less than perfect
- Ways to tune in to your body and use resistance as your greatest teacher
- Doing a little something instead of all or nothing to find greater success
The all or nothing mentality that so many of us have towards life and fitness is not healthy. This mentality is something that Bree Argetsinger, or The Betty Rocker, gave up subscribing to years ago. After living her life striving to look like the models she saw in magazines, she had an awakening when she started to feed her body with natural foods instead of fake ones and put self-growth over appearance.
Since the creation of The Betty Rocker over 2 million people have participated in The Betty Rocker Make Your Fat Cry Bootcamp, which has completely transformed the mindset of countless people, including yours truly.
With a refreshing take on fitness embodying grace and ease, Bree is here to inspire you to take action and start respecting your body enough to take care of it.
If you are striving to take that crazy pressure of needing to be perfect away but feel like you can’t, if you want to increase your movement and longevity, if you want to change your fitness habits for the better, Bree’s message of self-care and self-love is the breath of fresh air you have been looking for.
The piece you often don’t know you need is the mental piece, and the real secret to consistency is to do a little something. Are you ready to stop blocking your own goals and start doing the work for the things that matter to you? Share what inspired you most about Bree’s uplifting perspective in the comments below!
“You know you are up so close to things but you still think you can cheat the system. You think well ‘I see the way these models look and I’m going to do what they’re doing because they look happy, they look beautiful, they’re getting the validation’. And I was sold on a system that doesn’t really exist. It’s fake.” (9:33)
“When you start to think about your body as your friends, and all of these amazing cells in your body, all of them are dedicated to the purpose of you every single day. You start to just recognize your own responsibility in loving and caring for this amazing body that you have.” (14:55)
“I really think that the things that make us ‘ugly,’ whatever our greatest wounds are, they are also our greatest gifts, they are the things that make us unique, and they are also the things that make you special.” (21:04)
“We take the knowledge that we have and filter it through our own personal filter and thinking system, and we want to deliver it in a way that really meets someone where they are at at this moment, and create space for them to expand within it.” (31:54)
“No matter where we are, we are shaped by the things that have come before us. And some of those things are negative, and some of those things are positive, but using the sort of method that I just described, you can take the best things from all of which you have been given, all of which you have experienced, and you are the creator of your own life.” (39:12)