A valóság a tökéletes sportos Instagram képek mögött

Tökéletesre formált alakok, tengerpart vagy jógázás valahol, és mindenki lapos hassal pózol. Pedig ha megnézzük az egy perccel előtte készült fotót, máris kiderül, mennyi minden múlik a jó szögön, testtartáson, és a megfelelő ruhán.

“Same girl. Different angle.” I just read a powerful post on Facebook by Ashlie Molstad. She wants us all to know “our worth isn’t measured by how many belly rolls we have, or how many dimples on our booty, or how much jiggle hangs out on our arms.” She acknowledges that loving ourselves as we are is so hard because of what society has taught us. But she says, “Our bodies aren’t broken, the message society is trying to tell us {by airbrushing everything, erasing dimples and rolls and fluff} is.” I think she is so inspiring. Ashlie says to remember “we are worthy and beautiful and special and ALIVE.” So love yourself today, because THAT IS inspiring. And I couldn’t agree more. I am not perfect. No one is. I think it’s important to remember that and to let go of unrealistic expectations. You are beautiful already. #StopFixingBodies #StartFixingTheWorld @foodiegirlfitness

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Booty pop 🍑🌿 I was scrolling through my old photos and came across these photos where I was trying to take one of those sandy bum pics 😬 I posted the right one back in January, but the left is the reality behind that photo ☺️ I still sometimes get a slight pang of sadness and jealousy when I see all the big beautiful bums on instagram and wish I could magically have what they have. Because sometimes I feel like all my booty gains are gone when I take photos where it looks smaller, but then I remember that I shouldn’t compare my body to theirs. I have a great booty and so do they! It’s all about posing/angles and nobody looks like that all the time. There’s nothing wrong with posting a good photo of your booty, you should post it if you feel like it! Just remember that when you’re scrolling through social media and see all the posed bums that you too have a great bum and that nobody looks like that 24/7 ☺️ It seems like big butts are the thing that so many people want currently. But remember that you don’t need a big booty to be beautiful. All butts are good butts ☺️ All of our bodies are different and you don’t need a specific body type to fit into what society defines as beautiful!! It’s stressful and so messed up that body parts and types are going in and out of style- before it was being really thin, now it’s having a big booty. That shouldn’t be a thing. It causes so much stress and self hate to people who do not have these things. I know it’s hard but instead of trying to obtain these things, love how you look now. Not how you’ll look if you loose X amount of weight or get a bigger booty. Because trust me when you get to those things you’ll just want something more. Be comfortable in your own skin no matter what angle, posed or unposed, and you’ll radiate beauty! 🌴☀️ —————————————— . . . #bopowarrior #bootypop #allbodiesaregoodbodies #bootyfordays #bootybuilding #instagramvsreallife #beforeafter #selfconfidence #youareyou #dontchange #acceptyourself #bodypositive #lawofattraction #everyoneisbeautiful #selflove #bepresent #findyourself #dontcare #cellulite #effyourbeautystandards

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Instagram vs real life 💁🏼🌿 If I saw the photo on the left a year ago I would’ve instantly thought so negatively about my body, that all my hard work from working out was non existent, that if someone looked at me they would’ve never thought I’ve been working out for 2 years and think I wasn’t trying hard enough. But the thing is is that all bodies look different. Nobody’s booty looks round and peachy from all angles. Nobody’s body looks the same from all angles. Don’t eat less or miss out on your favorite meals/drinks or over exercise to “look good for a holiday” or to “look good in bikini photos” because there will always be angles that are “unflattering” that might make you feel bad when you see them. Instead workout and eat healthy because it makes you feel good, not as a punishment. Start loving and accepting your body at all angles with all your “flaws”, instead of trying to fit into societies image of ‘beauty’ because that image isn’t inclusive of all individuals, which is so messed up. Don’t hate yourself just because of bad photos, they do not define you as a person. You look the best when you’re living life to the fullest and happiest. There’s no point in missing out on things and stressing yourself out so much. Life isn’t meant to be a competition on who can look the best and we should normalize not having to “look perfect” all the time because it’s a ridiculous concept. You are perfect the way you are 🌴☀️ —————————————— . . . #instagramvsreallife #beforeandafter #lawofattraction #bodypositive #bekindtoyourself #lifeisgreat #dowhatyoulove #veganbooty #youareenough #progressnotperfection #bodyimage #vegansofig #girlswhoworkout #selflove #youarebeautiful #veganfitness #loa #fitnessjourney #bopo #bodyacceptance #bodyconfidence #effyourbeautystandards #bepresent #justbe #moderation #balanceddiet #staypositive #thinkpositive

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Same dress ( different lighting so the color looks different) different angle, different pose, taken minutes apart. I’m not sticking it out and I’m not 4 months pregnant. It is the week before that time of the month though when I’m bloated like this. 😫. I’ve learned not to stress over things about my body that are natural and normal and most importantly things I CANT CONTROL. Could I whine about it because other girls don’t seem to have as bad of symptoms… Sure. Would that help anything… No. Instead I decided to make myself feel better today…I got a spray tan and threw on a cute dress and told myself to “suck it in,” have a glass of wine, put on some lip stick and get over it. 👄

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Okay time for a reality check. Let’s talk bloating👏🏼 these pictures were not taken months apart, and this is not a transformation. These pictures were taken 3 days apart. *Disclaimer: I am not pushing my stomach out or sucking my stomach in! I was super bloated in the pic on the left after eating a bit too much chipotle… ¯\_(ツ)_/¯ ooops. Now, I looove chipotle (chipotle is myy liiiiiife) ((if you don’t get that reference we can’t be friends)) buuut, it is a bit on the salty side and lots of sodium=lots of bloating. There are several reasons why you could be bloated. Just put a video up on YouTube that explains why you get bloated, how to prevent it, and what you can do to de-bloat! Link is in my bio💕 #instagramvsreality #bloating (Ps. I am also bloated from an endometriosis flare up and slowed digestion. ”Tis life)

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Both of these are me, the difference is just knowing how to pose to give my body a more hourglass shape. In real life I more resemble a blade of grass than the curvy maven on the left. I’m fine with this, but it’s worth sharing. If you are a long girl like me and want to give your body more shape in photos my tips are: • stand slightly to the side, not face on • twist your torso to give a smaller waist • tilt your shoulders towards the camera to give broader shoulders • sit your body back a little And BOOM 💥 you’re an hourglass! If you want to feel better about how you look in pictures start learning how to pose best for your body, and don’t be afraid of the camera like I was for so many years! #werkitgurl

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