Amid the heavy influences on a "quick fix" and visits to plastic surgeons for drastic body transformations, it is always refreshing to see women (especially celebrities), naturally transform their bodies to meet their ideal #bodygoals.
As a reality star and the mother of singer Omarion's son and daughter, Apryl Jones stays in the spotlight.
Briefing her 2.4 million Instagram followers about her experience, Apryl confessed she suffered from not feeling "pretty or sexy enough" and decided to do something about it — 100 percent naturally!
Peep her awesome transformation:
"There was a point in my life where I didn’t feel pretty or sexy enough. Right after I had my kids and experienced one of the biggest heartbreaks of my life, those insecurities heightened and I felt my body and entire self were far from where I wanted it to be no matter what anyone else saw or thought," she shared on her Instagram post.
"It took a lot of internal healing in order to motivate myself to get up, get at it and strive to be all that I could become emotionally, mentally, spiritually and physically.... to be self-motivated enough to chase after it in order to feed this ongoing hunger for growth in all areas of my life. I worked so hard to the point where training each day became more than just achieving my body goals, but a key foundation in my daily routine that served every state of my being.
"There was so much of a transformation that people even thought I got work done and I truly take it as a compliment because this is all 100% organically built, butt thighs and all 😘 I’ve been so focused and haven’t looked back until now and goodness... I am truly so grateful for the growth and changes this past year alone Thank you @foundationalprotraining for being a part of my journey."
Looks like all the hard work paid off! We love a good transformation story!
(Photo: Apryl Jones via Instagram)
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