Sophia Tell (26) recently reported that she was back after a two-year hiatus and had her battling an eating disorder. In an interview with Gala’s “Gossip” podcast, the 26-year-old delves into more details about how difficult it is to consistently judge her on the basis of her personality.
In the field of fitness, there is a “classic meat check,” which is about how well a person is trained, Sophia complains. When she debuted on World Fitness Day in 2017 and set a world record there, the media only talked about her weight.
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At that time, she experienced her first major weight fluctuations, which were immediately followed by gossip press. The blonde herself put the most pressure on herself and was really tough on herself to get six packs. Finally, the blogger was overwhelmed by her feelings, and she thought: “I would like to be a machine without emotions, then I wouldn’t have to feel anything and after that the whole thing wouldn’t affect me like that.”
But even when she lost weight, the criticism never stopped. “In 2018, I became more specific than ever, as there was also speculation of course. ‘You’re so skinny, looking like a man, and taking testosterone.’ So you can’t do it right anyway,” Thiel complains. Show the muscles you’ve built through training and a change in diet.
The influencer has written a book about her struggles with her body and psyche. In her book, Come Back Stronger, she wrote about how she finally found a way out of her phantom body thanks to psychotherapy: “It was the best thing I could ever do. I would recommend it to everyone.” (to talk)
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