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Frankie Dean is a two time breast cancer survivor, athlete, and advocate for women's health. After her first battle with cancer, Frankie ran 16 races to bring awareness to early detection.
"I have been looking for running pants that fit and don't fall down... I'm a bit larger now and as you can imagine, not feeling the best about how I look. I want to thank you because these pants fit great. It's so amazing that a pair of workout pants can give you a little confidence boost."
25 year old USA Track & Field hammer thrower Amanda Bingson became America's favorite body image advocate overnight after ESPN released her photo spread for their Body Issue. "I think it's important to show that athletes come in all shapes and sizes," she told ESPN.
Amanda looks big, powerful, and absolutely gorgeous in the photos that quickly went viral. In the ESPN article, she talks with confidence and humor about her sport, breaking records, and getting kicked off the volleyball team in high school for being too fat.
"I'll be honest. I like everything about my body," Amanda says.
"Whatever your body type is, just use it. There are definitely things that I can do that skinnier people can't do."
We are beyond excited to feature Amanda as this week's Superfit Hero! She sat down to answer a few questions for us.