How Maren Morris Got Into The Best Shape Of Her Life—Physically And Mentally

Maren Morris is on the cover of Women’s Health.  She shared the cover pic saying:

“This year, I’ve been a ‘student of the soul.’ Going to therapy, exercising, listening to my partner better, putting my phone down and really enjoying the company of my friends and family when I’m home, trusting my intuition on those I should lean into and those I should avoid, making amends with people (even when it sometimes feels futile), admitting when I’ve screwed up, finding joy during my shows and not overanalyzing every move or word, meditating through my anxiety, letting myself remain open in a society that likes to magnify and mock vulnerability, learning to just EXHALE…and I feel so much better and finally feel the positive effects of this lifelong process.”

 

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This year, I’ve been a “student of the soul.” Going to therapy, exercising, listening to my partner better, putting my phone down & really enjoying the company of my friends & family when I’m home, trusting my intuition on those I should lean into and those I should avoid, making amends with people (even when it sometimes feels futile), admitting when I’ve screwed up, finding joy during my shows and not overanalyzing every move or word, meditating through my anxiety, letting myself remain open in a society that likes to magnify and mock vulnerability, learning to just EXHALE… and I feel so much better + finally feel the positive effects of this lifelong process. Thank you @erinoprea for teaching me that it isn’t about carb paranoia or deprivation, it’s about moderation and enjoyment in tandem with my hard work. I’ve never loved my body more because I finally feel strong in these quads. 🦵🏼 & thank you @lizplosser + @WomensHealthMag for the honor of being your June covergirl! 💪🏼🧜🏼‍♀️✨

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Maren also revealed in her Instagram story some behind the scenes scoop on the photo shoot

In the issue Maren talks about the photo she shared saying:

“5 years and 20 lbs ago “

She told Women’s Health:

““After taking that picture, I went through this horrible breakup, and I lost so much weight. I didn’t look at my body like it was healthy—when you’re going through emotional turmoil, it’s hard to eat. That was a wake-up call: I need to address my mental and physical health.”

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