Like many of us, mum of three and co-host of The Project, Lisa Wilkinson, has admitted that body positivity wasn’t something that just came naturally.
At home in her kitchen, the presenter and journalist previously took to her Instagram to share the mindset-shifting event that saw her develop a newfound adoration and respect for her body.
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Lisa explained “as a teenager or in my 20s I didn’t have a body positive mindset,” going on to reveal that it wasn’t until the birth of her children that things began to change. “I realised how incredible my body was that I could manufacture, make, produce (along with the help of my husband) a whole human being”.
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Crediting this experience as the reason “health is such a priority to her”, Lisa’s newfound mindset saw her let go of appearance bugbears and instead focusing on “what a body is for, what a body can do and how much you should nurture it”.
When it comes to staying fit, Lisa’s husband doubles as her training buddy, telling her followers that they have made a fitness pact to do a couples 30-minute circuit workout with the goal of improving their time with each session.
And judging by how healthy and happy Lisa’s been looking, we’d say it’s definitely working.
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Have you experienced a particular moment that shifted your perspective on body image? If so, what was it?