Oii gente, tudo bem??
Quando estou um pouco desanimada pra estudar e não está rendendo (se não for cansaço) eu costumo estudar algo que gosto. Pego o manual do @explicaeoficial e fico resolvendo questões de matemática (eu gosto da matéria kkk) e assim eu sinto que estudei pelo menos um pouco.
Estamos passando por tempos difíceis, então não se cobrem tanto. Tenham carinho com vocês também. Faça seu melhor todos os dias, mesmo que isso seja apenas cuidar de si.
O que você faz quando está desanimado(a)??
ANTI DIET CULTURE & EXERCISE
...are the two things an oxymoron? NOPE.
I exercise a lot, I train other people, I am a HUGE advocate for moving your body but I do naahhhtt support diet culture. 🙅🏼♂️
Diet culture is a system of beliefs which revolve around the idea of “thin” bodies being the most valuable, desired and respected. The influence of which can lead to weight bias in society, in job interviews, dates etc., by believing that a “thin” body equates to a healthy and beautiful body. Small bodies are not always healthy, larger bodies are not always unhealthy... also, why is someone’s size your concern? I feel like there’s just too much talk in general about what ‘size’ other people are- predominantly women.
This culture also classifies certain food groups as being ‘good’ or ‘guilt-free’ and others as ‘bad’ or ‘naughty’, a hugely dangerous use of language which can easily perpetuate eating disorders and obsessive behaviour.
It probably doesn’t come as much of a shock that the people this affects most is WOMEN, desperately spending time, money and energy on the desire to look a certain way... a look that has been dictated to us without us even realising.
It is huuuuugely important we dismantle this, forget the juicing, forget the detoxing, stop starving ourselves and try to become comfortable in our bodies.
But does this mean we should stop moving? In short- no.
I really, passionately believe that physical and mental health go hand in hand and that you CAN exercise without supporting diet culture. The impact exercise has on your motivation, productivity & general mood is AMAZING!
I noticed a few years ago that the instructors in my fitness classes were continuously repeating pretty damaging rhetoric, of which I’m sure you’ve heard similar.. “Let’s earn those weekend drinks”, “Sweat is just your fat crying”, “We’ve got to burn off those mince pies/Easter eggs/ice creams”... 🤢 HATE THIS!
For most, it’s just autopilot motivational chat, but to others, it can plant a very damaging seed.
I made and still make a VERY conscious effort to never discuss anything to do with weight or food in my classes and ⬇️