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Thinspiration & Fitspiration vs. Inspiration & Motivation. Oh, and what REAL success looks like. Thinspiration. Fitspiration. The trick. Seems ok…. Why it’s actually not. Inspiring Good messages Focusing on what you want Positive (????). Harmful underlying themes

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Thinspiration fitspiration vs inspiration motivation

Thinspiration & Fitspirationvs.Inspiration & Motivation

Oh, and what REAL success looks like


Thinspiration

Thinspiration


Fitspiration

Fitspiration


The trick

The trick

Seems ok…

Why it’s actually not

  • Inspiring

  • Good messages

  • Focusing on what you want

  • Positive (????)

  • Harmful underlying themes

  • Mixes good messages w/ unattainable (for most) ideals

  • Unrealistic standard of beauty disguised as health (majority is not healthy!)

  • Thin line between thinspo and pro-eating disorder (3)


Proof

proof

  • 2010 study showed that people w/ no history of eating disorders changed eating patterns (avg. -3,000 calories) the next week, after briefly browsing thinspo sights. (1)

  • 2006 study: thinspo worsens disorder issues (competition, self-denial, control). (1)

  • Before/after photos, <15 min (2)

    • Posture, tanning lotion, hair, bathing suit, zoom, filter


Be s m a r t

Be S.M.A.R.T

  • Specific

  • Measurable

  • Actionable

  • Realistic

  • Time-based

  • Use your common sense/better judgment

  • Prioritize

  • The goal should never be to hurt ourselves

    • Guilt/shame hurt


Success

Success


Remember this

Remember this…


And this

…and this


Strength vs weakness 4

Strength vs. Weakness (4)

Weakness

Strength

  • Tackle the problem head-on

  • Often provokes discouragement and resistance

  • Back door approach

  • Fosters encouragement, readiness to change

  • Assists in outgrowing problems via engaging in new stronger life urges.


What changes do you see

What changes do you see?

Energy

Attitude

Outlook

Productivity

More engaged

Appetite

Clothes fit…

Activities


References

References

  • Dahl, Melissa. Today: Health, August 13, 2013. http://www.today.com/health/new-pinterest-fad-may-fuel-unhealthy-fitness-obsession-6C10866502

  • Willett, Megan. Business Insider: Australia, August 28, 2013. http://melvfitness.blogspot.com/2013/08/transformation-or-few-simple-tweeks.html

  • Angyal, Chloe. The Nation, April 23, 2013. http://www.thenation.com/blog/174000/thinspiration-behind-impossible-ideal-beauty#

  • Moore, Margaret and Bob Tschanned-Moran. Coaching Psychology Manual, 2010. p. 58.


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