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Running in a sports bra is your womanly right, no matter how you look.
It's part of a larger conversation about placing restrictions on ads that could promote negative body image.
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My ego feared the worst—I'd be the biggest, I'd be the slowest, I'd be left behind.
The video went viral on Facebook, serving as a visual demonstration of what unhealthy body image can do to a person.
Kara is tired of talking about only fitness crazes and transformations—instead, she encourages runners to accept their bodies.
The runner has inspired thousands of others to be confident in their own skin.
One of the biggest female advocates in sport just stepped into the Serena Williams conversation.