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    Should I Even consider entering?

    Hi everyone,
    Hoping someone can help. I got bitten by the fitness bug again after getting back in shape after having my daughter. I’m really tempted to enter a bikini competition next year, lots of reasons why but mostly as a challenge to myself. The only thing that is really holding me back is that after 2 children delivered by c section I have some loose skin on my stomach. Don’t get me wrong at 37 I don’t expect to be winning anything I just don’t want to get up on the stage and look like an idiot. I’m currently around 123 pounds 5ft 1 and fairly lean. My question is I guess in you opinion after dropping to competition weight and building more muscle do you think I would be okay up on stage or should I just be realistic and look for another challenge (pictures attached)

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    Train hard in a year; results will come

    Originally Posted by fitmum82 View Post
    Hi everyone,
    Hoping someone can help. I got bitten by the fitness bug again after getting back in shape after having my daughter. I’m really tempted to enter a bikini competition next year, lots of reasons why but mostly as a challenge to myself. The only thing that is really holding me back is that after 2 children delivered by c section I have some loose skin on my stomach. Don’t get me wrong at 37 I don’t expect to be winning anything I just don’t want to get up on the stage and look like an idiot. I’m currently around 123 pounds 5ft 1 and fairly lean. My question is I guess in you opinion after dropping to competition weight and building more muscle do you think I would be okay up on stage or should I just be realistic and look for another challenge (pictures attached)

    Thank you 🙏
    You should do what you feel you are ready for. If you truly want to compete go for it. At 5-1 and 123 pounds you are already quite on the lighter side. Just work hard and read the stickies on nutrition info. Before you know it you will continue to get results. Rome wasn't built in a day. In a year's time, you can see a drastic difference in your body.
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