When I was fourteen years old, I went to a sleepaway camp for kids pursuing the arts. My best friend Adrienne and I took every dance class we could and were die-hard followers of the strength and conditioning class taught by the camp's meanest instructor, a man named Peanut. We did hundreds of situps and bicycle crunches in pursuit of having teenage girl six packs. They never came.
Today, I rarely do situps or crunches and am very proud of the croptop midriff I have. I lift heavy, I do windshield wipers hanging from the bar, and I hold myself upside down on my hands. It's safe to say my abs have never looked better. I was excited to show Adrienne my six pack when I visited her in Los Angeles a few weeks ago. And I am incredibly honored by the article she wrote about me and Small But Mighty. You can click here to read it in full!
FITNESS GURU JENNIFER MARGULIS ON LEADING OTHERS TO GREATNESS
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