why do you be.come? || clients share

Last week we posed the question – why do you be.come? and here are some of the answers. I be.come… “to see myself for who I really am, not for how the world sees me” “because other workouts have made me feel like my body doesn’t belong” “to kick chronic illness’s ass!” “because I travel a ton for work, and

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new normal || anja shares

Hi be.come + community, I’ve been wanting to share my story for awhile. I joined be.come soon after the beta project launched, and I’ve been hooked ever since. Like so many others I had never been able to stick to an exercise routine for more than a few months. The be.come project was like a breath of fresh air not

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grateful || melissa shares

Dear clients, This is such a special read. Be sure to go all the way to the end, because wow. Just wow. And dear Melissa, I do remember you and I remember how it was one of the first time I had really met my online clients out in public and how amazing that felt. Then hearing snips of your

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strong and centered || heather shares

We received this messages from app-client Heather and wanted to share it with you all (with her permission of course!) because of her can-do, heart-first dive into the be.come project. And we also wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all for taking the same leap of faith as she in joining us. We’re so grateful for every. single.

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showing up || bethany shares

In January, I was lucky enough to be asked to give a TedX talk at an event with the theme “showing up” and to wrap this National Eating Disorders Awareness week I wanted to share what I wrote with you because this was written for you. And by “you” I mean all of my be.come project clients. With every paragraph

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app update ||

Hi be.come babes! Here’s the deal. As we have been updating and improving our technology, we have moved to a new app server (yay!). This doesn’t technically mean much for you except that if you do not update your app to the newest version by 2/28 your video will not play. Many of you probably have automatic updates on your

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no wrong way || jenn shares

This message came to us a few weeks ago and we haven’t stopped thinking about it since! Our favorite part are her last few lines, gotta love a babe who gets us. Thank YOU for sticking with us, Jenn, your words will speak to more people than you know. I made it through the running plank at the end without

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loving the newest me || emily shares

I came to be.come early 2018 because I’d seen Bethany on Instagram and was really fascinated by watching somebody with such control of their body. The deliberation and obvious power in each movement was so cool to see and I remember thinking “if I could manage even the smallest bit of that, I would feel 1000 times better than I

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growing into myself || bobbie shares

I wanted to share a little of my story, and thank all of you so much for helping me. I’m from Salt Lake City, UT and being a queer, fat person in this city can be extremely difficult. I used to work out a lot when I was in high school, I was on the swim team. I blew my

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pure joy || kathryn shares

I found Bethany online just over a year ago and fell in love with their message of self-love and body positivity. I’ve struggled with body image and disordered eating my entire life. Working out was always something that I used as a punishment if I felt I’d overindulged or if I was trying to quickly lose weight. I’ve tried every

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why do you be.come? || clients share

Last week we posed the question – why do you be.come? and here are some of the answers. I be.come… “to see myself for who I really am, not for how the world sees me” “because other workouts have made me feel like my body doesn’t belong” “to kick chronic illness’s ass!” “because I travel a ton for work, and

...Continue

new normal || anja shares

Hi be.come + community, I’ve been wanting to share my story for awhile. I joined be.come soon after the beta project launched, and I’ve been hooked ever since. Like so many others I had never been able to stick to an exercise routine for more than a few months. The be.come project was like a breath of fresh air not

...Continue

grateful || melissa shares

Dear clients, This is such a special read. Be sure to go all the way to the end, because wow. Just wow. And dear Melissa, I do remember you and I remember how it was one of the first time I had really met my online clients out in public and how amazing that felt. Then hearing snips of your

...Continue

strong and centered || heather shares

We received this messages from app-client Heather and wanted to share it with you all (with her permission of course!) because of her can-do, heart-first dive into the be.come project. And we also wanted to take this opportunity to thank you all for taking the same leap of faith as she in joining us. We’re so grateful for every. single.

...Continue

showing up || bethany shares

In January, I was lucky enough to be asked to give a TedX talk at an event with the theme “showing up” and to wrap this National Eating Disorders Awareness week I wanted to share what I wrote with you because this was written for you. And by “you” I mean all of my be.come project clients. With every paragraph

...Continue

app update ||

Hi be.come babes! Here’s the deal. As we have been updating and improving our technology, we have moved to a new app server (yay!). This doesn’t technically mean much for you except that if you do not update your app to the newest version by 2/28 your video will not play. Many of you probably have automatic updates on your

...Continue

no wrong way || jenn shares

This message came to us a few weeks ago and we haven’t stopped thinking about it since! Our favorite part are her last few lines, gotta love a babe who gets us. Thank YOU for sticking with us, Jenn, your words will speak to more people than you know. I made it through the running plank at the end without

...Continue

loving the newest me || emily shares

I came to be.come early 2018 because I’d seen Bethany on Instagram and was really fascinated by watching somebody with such control of their body. The deliberation and obvious power in each movement was so cool to see and I remember thinking “if I could manage even the smallest bit of that, I would feel 1000 times better than I

...Continue

growing into myself || bobbie shares

I wanted to share a little of my story, and thank all of you so much for helping me. I’m from Salt Lake City, UT and being a queer, fat person in this city can be extremely difficult. I used to work out a lot when I was in high school, I was on the swim team. I blew my

...Continue

pure joy || kathryn shares

I found Bethany online just over a year ago and fell in love with their message of self-love and body positivity. I’ve struggled with body image and disordered eating my entire life. Working out was always something that I used as a punishment if I felt I’d overindulged or if I was trying to quickly lose weight. I’ve tried every

...Continue

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