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Fact: I am not the only woman who has ever felt self-conscious while working out. In fact, as most women will have a body hang-up of some sort at some time in their life, the idea of hitting the gym has likely been an intimidating thought for most of us.
For me, my size DD+ chest meant I was always nervous to jump/run/jog/bounce in public. At 15 it was because it hurt. At 17 it was because I was told I may be marked down in my ballet exams because I had to wear a different leotard in order to cover a bra. At 18 it was because I didn't want to draw attention to the one feature I hated most about myself. At 19 it was because I feared lewd comments from strangers as I ran. By the time I hit my 20s, it was because of all these reasons put together.
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