The Pursuit of Health Episode 1: Gain Confidence


How would you describe the relationship between you and your body? Do you accept your body as it is, or are you constantly bombarding yourself with criticism? Accepting your body may seem easy, but doing it can be harder than saying it. According to many studies, more than 50% of young women are dissatisfied with their bodies, and according to, 70% of women aged 18 to 30 do not like their bodies. According to a survey conducted by, this figure is 91%. For men, the situation is not much different; Studies show that this figure is 45% in men. In other words, most people are unhappy with their bodies.

The rapidly growing influence of social media, the fashion world’s emphasis on the small body, the proliferation of discourses such as “bikini body” and “summer body” unfortunately cause many people to develop a negative body image and force themselves to fit. the so-called “ideal body” concept. On the other hand, this pressure can also lead to self-doubt. Because many people feel inadequate, useless, or insignificant when their bodies don’t live up to outwardly set standards or expectations. And for this reason, they may use inappropriate diets and exercise programs like torture, or they may lock themselves in solitude so as not to see anyone. But it is possible to get rid of the imposed ideal body image, develop a positive body image and live a much happier, safer and more peaceful life.

The video titled “Building Confidence” in the Body section of the Pursuit of Health series of the Global Health Institute touches on exactly this issue. Certified Personal Trainer and Wellness Coach Erin Lotta “Health is not about how you look; how do you live your life” He conveys inspiring information and shares his experience. Describing how young women are dissatisfied with their bodies, criticize themselves harshly, and how this situation undermines their self-confidence, Lotta shows that change is possible and does not have to be painful.

The successful trainer, who says and practices that it is possible to start with small steps and continue with determination, without counting calories, without applying penalty exercises and having a healthy body with happiness, explains that it is possible to establish a positive relationship with nutrition and exercise. Saying that she teaches women how to approach their body, Lotta claims that everything is fine with them, that they can be proud of themselves and thus increase their self-confidence. It also reminds us that happiness is inside, not outside; That is why he says that we must first look within ourselves.

If you wish, you can watch the video at the link below:

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