It looks like the plus-size women are still suffering from the heartbreaking amounts of harsh treatments when the attempt to get involved in the world of fitness no matter how hard they try to change it. One of the active wear brands recently hired a model who was willing to change how people view the plus-size women despite the unimpressive comments that they get. This woman was willing to set an example for other plus-size women to get involved and fight the adversities themselves.
The active wear brand, Academy Sports and Outdoors, has picked on a plus-size Instagram fashion model called Anna O’Brien to be the new face of their ‘BCG’ line. This line of their have active wears for plus-size woman who are up to three times the normal body size. Anna is based in New York. She has passed through a lot of challenges trying to maintain a fitness regime on her own over the years. However, her resolution faces challenges that she blamed on the unlimited outfits for women her size. “This one challenge forms the greatest barrier to plus-size women getting involved in regular exercise,” Anna wrote on the Academy’s Instagram page.
Anna rocked in the sporty photo shoot. Her pictures have drawn the attention of many people with over 13 thousand likes. However, it also attracted mixed reactions among people. Many people appreciated her and urged her to keep it up, but a fraction of them left unimpressive comments. They criticized her and body-shamed her in different ways.
Anna has proved herself in the past of being capable of restoring the internet strolls. But this time, Academy stepped in to support her by issuing commendable responses when they realized the nasty comments that some of the viewers had lest under some of her photos. Their action has been viewed as a positive move towards the right direction that will make people accept their fellow human beings of all body sizes. Scroll down to view various comments that Anna got in her photos.
This is the plus-size woman, Anna O’Brien, who has become the new face of Academy’s ‘BCG’ active wear line