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K-State Today

February 26, 2015



Fit to Be Me Week: From Body Hater to Body Celebrator tonight

By Emily Boatman

Amber Krzys

Come join the fun and celebrate Fit to Be Me Week, Feb. 23-27, a week to focus on total fitness from the inside out. There will be prizes and giveaways.

From Body Hater to Body Celebrator, featuring Amber Krzys, will be from 7-8 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, in the K-State Student Union's Little Theater.

Have you ever wished your body was different? Maybe you just know that if you were taller, you'd be more popular. Or, if you were thinner or more toned you'd be dating 'that' guy or girl. Or, if your skin were clearer more people would listen to you. Krzys is on a mission to help young men and women turn things around when it comes to body image, fat talk and self degradation. Krzys offers practical tools that will have you embracing what's special about you, instead of what you perceive as inadequate. You have the power to stand forward and claim your "enoughness" now, says Krzys. After her keynote, you will walk taller and feel better about the skin you are in.

Fit to Be Me Week events are sponsored by Wildcat Wellness Coalition, K-State's Student Governing Association and WellCAT Ambassadors at Lafene Health Center.

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