As a fitness professional, whether during one-on-one personal training sessions or while leading cycling classes, a large majority of my waking hours have been spent in front of a mirror.
I like to think that “body checks” were more of an occupational hazard from all my time spent in front of a mirror. But, if we’re being honest, I remember grabbing a bathroom pass to check my reflection in middle school.
At 12 years old, I started staring at my reflection to see if the way I sat at my desk made my legs look too big. Throughout my teenage years and well into adulthood, there wasn’t a mirror, store window, car door, or front-facing camera that was safe from my constant need to check on my body.Read more on theeverygirl.com