Think you need to be a stick-thin model to pull off small boobs? Think again.
These fit and badass women will inspire you to accept your body and embrace your small boobs (and may even motivate you to hit the gym while you’re at it 😉 ).
From yoga enthusiasts and pro soccer players to pole-vaulters and body positivity bloggers, these fit women will inspire you to think differently about curves and femininity.
Learning to love yourself starts with changing how you view yourself. When you see confident women who actually look like you, it suddenly becomes easier to expand your idea of what you consider attractive.
You can start by surrounding yourself with positive role models and cleaning up your Instagram feed. Follow these fitness accounts and get ready to rethink how you define the “perfect figure.”
Holly Rilinger (@hollyrilinger)
This girl is ripped. Holly isn’t afraid to flaunt her body, which she admits doesn’t fit a stereotypical image. She never fails to remind us that beauty doesn’t have a “look” and encourages us to build on our strengths. As she says,
“I’ve been told I’m too strong to appeal to women and girls. I’ve been left out of campaigns because I’m ‘not what women aspire to look like’. But I lead with my spirit. I’m proud of my body and my heart. I’m a role model. And who are we to decide for ALL women and girls who and what inspires them?”
You go, Holly.
Tanya Poppett (@tanyapopett)
One quick look at Tanya’s videos and you’ll realize that she works out hard. This Australian trainer encourages her fans to workout for themselves, not for external or superficial results. She’s an advocate of listening to your body and doing what works for YOU – not for anyone else. And this attitude trickles down to her outfits. Because how can you not feel fierce when donning a pair of rainbow, leopard print leggings??
Amanda Bisk (@amandabisk)
This pole vault champ might have more pictures of herself upside down than right-side up. Thankfully she doesn’t have big boobs to get in the way.
Amanda is a great example of authenticity and courage. After being diagnosed with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), her career as a pole-vaulter took a hit as she had to abandon her preparation for the 2012 London Olympics. But she didn’t let CFS stop her from pursuing new endeavors. She switched her focus to yoga with a special focus on stretching and body toning, and has since built a community of over 650K fitness enthusiasts.
Remi Ishizuka (@rrrayme)
Need an accountability buddy? Remi’s got your back! This fitness blogger has a rockin’ bod and a knack for styling her tiny boobs. Check her out in this high-neck lace up bikini. High-neck tops are super flattering for women with small chests – and the lace up detail shows a peek of skin that’s just as sexy as any bit of cleavage!
Erin Bailey (@ebailey_fitness)
If you thought curves were something you were just “born with,” Erin Bailey has the experience to prove you wrong. Her feed will show you the dedication she puts into building her curves.
As she says on her blog, “I’m flat chested and the curves I do have are built by hours, months, and even years I spent working at the gym.”
She recently sparked a stir with her blog post “What Do We Deserve,” which stands up for victims of sexual assault and quickly became an overnight viral sensation. It’s well worth a read.
Frankie Harrer (@frankieharrer)
Not much going on top, but bet you didn’t even notice ‘cause you’re so drawn to her confidence! Staying fit is the new sexy, and pro surfer Frankie Harrer’s insta feed is a constant visual reminder of this. From ripping waves in itty bitty bikinis to posing topless in the sand, Frankie will make you rethink the idea of a traditional bikini beach body.
Natalie Uhling (@natalieuhling)
Natalie is the ultimate boss babe! As if teaching at SoulCycle, SLT, and Barry’s Bootcamp isn’t enough, she’s also the founder of her own fitness method, NuFit. This gal’s not worried about the size of her chest. Instead, she flaunts it in tiny sports bras as the face of Under Armour.
Alex Morgan (@alexmorgan13)
Alex started her career as the youngest woman on the US Women’s Soccer team and has since won a World Cup title and Olympic Gold medal. Even more impressive is that she leverages her voice as a professional athlete to advocate for issues like gender income equality and body positivity. She once posed for Sports Illustrated in only a body paint bikini to inspire young women to feel confident in the bodies they’re given.
Katrina Scott (@toneitup)
One of my biggest fit girl inspirations is fitness guru Katrina Scott, from ToneItUp.com. She has a tiny chest, but you don’t even pay attention to her boobs because her whole figure looks amazing. Another reason great abs pays off. And dat booty…damn! There’s even an Instagram hashtag for it, #katbooty. ????
Paige VanZant (@paigevanzantufc)
This blonde UFC champ is a fighter in every sense of the word. When she’s not competing in mixed martial arts, she’s fighting gender stereotypes and inspiring the next generation of girls to embrace their individuality. As she reminds us on her Instagram, “Just be you, unapologetically.”
Nicole Loher (@nicoleloher)
Nicole came from humble beginnings, but has quickly risen to Fitstagram fame. As both a triathalete and Brooklyn style icon, she has a knack for curating the best workout ensembles (leather jacket + sports bra, anyone?). And she’s not shy about rocking her small boobs while she’s at it.
So what can we learn from these Fitstagram babes? Confidence is an attitude.
And developing this attitude takes practice and commitment – much like working out 😉
Feeling good about your body isn’t about fitting an exterior mold. It’s about celebrating your individuality and tapping into the power that’s already inside of you.
Taking small steps each day is the easiest way to get there. Start by surrounding yourself with inspiring role models who look like you and rock their figures with pride. And try taking small daily actions that push yourself out of your comfort zone.
So go out there and tackle a new workout class. And while you’re at it, find a sports bra that makes you feel amazing, and ROCK IT.
If anything, the simple act of pushing yourself will give you a boost of confidence. And over time, those little victories will amount to BIG changes in the way you see yourself.