Naime, Marija je kraj fotke na kojoj pozira sa svojih troje dece ponosno pokazujući svoju zategnutu liniju poručila svim ženama koje ne vežbaju: “Koji je vaš izgovor?”
Mnogi su osudili ovaj njen post jer je Marija na taj način još više izvršila pritisak na novopečene mame da moraju odmah da izgledaju savršeno.
Ipak, danas Marija ne krije da se njeno telo promenilo nakon rođenja tri sina i poručuje svojim pratiocima da je je ona i dalje ona ista žena koju su počeli da prate pre mnogo godina samo sa malim promenama na telu.
„Ukoliko ste se pitali da li je ova žena sa viškom kože i strijama prava Marija Kang koju ste počeli da pratite pre mnogo godina, ne brinite, to jesam ja“
-našalila se ona kraj fotografije.
Marija i dalje vežba i održava fit liniju, ali ne krije da su se stvari promenile posle dece.
I dalje vežba 5 do 6 puta nedeljno, ali se ne opterećuje kao ranije. Najvažnije joj je što se oseća dobro u svom telu, svaki dan jede čokoladu i ima cikluse na 28 dana. Kao neko ko je imao poremećaj u ishrani za Mariju je ovo znak da je zdrava, a to joj je danas najvažnije.
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As I was heading down the smooth concrete of the bike ramp, the velocity coupled with a tight downturn was uncontrollable for the novice skateboarder in me. I fell hard below my knee. It hurt. I waited a few minutes for the adrenaline to numb the pain so I can try again. Moments later, I would try that advance turn again – this time, landing and overextending my knee. I hurt, but this time, I knew it was much more serious. . When I started skateboarding daily I knew my inexperience and lack of athleticism would disable me in many areas, especially when falling. I don’t have the muscle memory to roll when the board unearths me. I don’t have the natural buoyancy to push away the board when I start to lose control. Since I never played sports as a child, I’m not used to my body moving outside of a controlled gym environment. While I have strength, endurance and flexibility, I don’t have instinct. When things go unplanned, my body didn’t know how to react. . These last couple days I’ve been elevating, icing, heating and resting as much as a busy mother can. The first day was toughest though. I kept thinking about our travel plans the next week, which included a lot of walking. I thought about how life could change instantly from one minute to the next, after all, I was having a highly efficient morning only to see it abruptly stop after the injury. I thought about the last month, in which my mother and husband dealt with debilitating leg and arm pain, and now I have a greater sense of empathy for them both. . I knew I would eventually fall and despite reading on ‘how to fall’ – nothing prepares you for that split second when you have to make a choice and your body stiffens instead of softening. When you are moving at a high speed you can’t stop with force, like the correct act of falling, you go with the flow, you let go and you roll until your body’s speed declines. . Metaphorically speaking, whenever you undergo any challenging moment – let go of the things you cannot change and literally ‘roll’ with the things you can. . So here I am, laid up in bed but being unusually positive despite the reality of not being able to move ….(cont ⬇️⬇️⬇️)