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The Fab Five Return: The 3rd Season of Netflix Queer Eye falls on Friday, which means emotional stories about learning to love oneself, and the group's nursing expert, Jonathan Van Ness, is proof that it's never too late to welcome the change in your life.
Van Ness has not only self-help advice in the series, but also tips for skincare care an ambitious new venture in itself; Figure skating Learn as a lifelong fan of the sport, he regularly reports on his progress in social media and has even been selected by the Skating legend Michelle Kwan expertly trained.
Figure skating requires incredible nuclear power, although this is not a problem for Van Ness He is an experienced cheerleader and has been practicing yoga for years.
He knows Nor are they the kind of emotional personal transformations found in Queer Eye . Van Ness had raised 70 pounds in three months since the death of his stepfather last year. In an Instagram post he wrote:
"After my stepfather passed away, I gained 70 pounds in 3 months. I did not like how I felt or looked. It is so important that I look back and tell the man of 5 years ago that he was lovely and slim. I can celebrate where I am now as long as I send love to the ego. #Transformationtuesday #selfacceptance #fitness "
He has one point: even if you embark on a dramatic weight loss journey, it's important to love yourself no matter what you look like.
Van Ness & # 39; experience fluctuated with other Instagram users with a comment: "I did the same, I'm working off now and heal in. Thanks for sharing I feel less lonely on my journey."
"I literally returned from the gym today and feel like I'm not making much progress, but that reminded me to look back and appreciate how far I've come to neither my past nor my current self hate, "answered another. "Thanks alot!"
Van Ness was open to the positive attitude of the body in Queer Eye as well as in his Instagram account. Whether it's yoga, skating or haircut, it quickly reminds viewers that their skills have not come without hard work and years of dedication.
"If it looks easy, someone probably worked very hard for it. Van Ness wrote a video about it. "So, whatever you learn, be gentle and compassionate (with yourself)."