Why Pro Tennis Player Caroline Wozniacki Says She "Rarely Stands On A Scale"
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Britni de la Cretaz. One of the best parts extrem porn ESPN Magazine 's annual Body Issue is that athletes open up about their bodies in intimate, honest, revealing ways.
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But, because they are human like the rest of us, that's not always the case. In 's issueDanish tennis superstar Caroline Wozniacki talks about learning to listen to her body tennis how being a public figure has shaped her self-esteem.
The year-old has been women the Women's Tennis Association tour for an astonishing 12 years. She admits that her body needed a women, and her ankle injury last year forced her to slow down in a way.
She tells ESPN that when she was younger she would "just kill it in the gym" until she "couldn't stand anymore. If you push yourself too much, it's going to be worse. She also says that she's learned to stop stressing about what she doesn't have and embrace what she does.
Part of that is by focusing on how she feelsinstead of how she looks or what she weighs. Wozniacki also credits being in the public eye with helping her care less about what people think.