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Episode 128: Best of Replay – Body Image, Race, Racism and Intersectional Feminism with Chrissy King

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Episode 128: Best of Replay – Body Image, Race, Racism and Intersectional Feminism with Chrissy King

Today we talk with Chrissy King all about the strength training journey, body image, race, racism, and intersectional feminism.

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Instagram/Twitter: @iamchrissyking

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Time Stamps:

3:21 – Who is Chrissy King?

6:16 – Chrissy tells us how she found strength training initially, and how it changed her relationship with her body.

9:51 – “Being your own best hype woman,” what does that mean to Chrissy? And loving your body in the moment.

15:36 – Discussing Chrissy blog post: “Our Life’s Purpose Is Not To Shrink.”

21:24 – What we are complimented on being “brave” about. And peoples’ reaction of “shock and aw that this is still happening” regarding racism in action.

25:52 – On apologizing for your body.

30:46 – “Confidence is an inside job.” How so, and how do you build confidence?

34:49 –  On changing the face of the fitness industry when it comes to race.

38:44 – On Intersectional Feminism, discomfort, and being an ally.

42:32 – Where you can find Chrissy King and her work!
43:37 – On the next episode of To Birth and Beyond…