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Vaatad kadedusega Instagrami fitnesstüdrukute pilte? Ole mureta, suure tõenäosusega on siiski ka neil "tippvormis" kaunitaridel puusal tselluliit, venitusarmid ja voldikesed, mida nad maailmaga sotsiaalmeedia vahendusel ei jaga.

Treener Anna Victoria võitis paljude tähelepanu, kui jagas oma Instagrami kontol kõrvuti fotosid, kus ta hoiab kõhtu sees ja seejärel lõdvestunud olekus. Fotode tegemise vahe on vaid paar minutit.

“Tselluliit, kõhul olevad voldid ja venitusarmid pole midagi, mille pärast häbi tunda või millest soovida iga hinna eest lahti saada,” kirjutab ta ühe teise foto kirjelduses.

Me 1% of the time vs. 99% of the time. And I love both photos equally. Good or bad angles don't change your worth ❤️ I recently came across an article talking about how one woman stated she refuses to accept her flaws, because she doesn't see them as flaws at all. I LOVED that because it sends such a powerful message that our belly rolls, cellulite, stretch marks are nothing to apologize for, to be ashamed of, or to be obsessed with getting rid of! As I'm getting older, I have cellulite and stretch marks that aren't going away, and I welcome them. They represent a life fully lived (for 28 years so far :)) and a healthy life and body at that. How can I be mad at my body for perfectly normal "flaws"? This body is strong, can run miles, can lift and squat and push and pull weight around, and it's happy not just because of how it looks, but because of how it feels. So when you approach your journey, I want you to remember these things: I will not punish my body I will fuel it I will challenge it AND I will love it 💗💗💗 If you're following my page, you're a part of helping me spread this message and creating this movement - thank you. #fbggirls www.annavictoria.com/guides

A post shared by Anna Victoria (@annavictoria) on Jan 16, 2017 at 3:12pm PST

Elutreener Jess Pick tõmbas nende fotode tegemisel oma lihased pingesse ja lasi seejärel lõdvaks. Muidugi kajastus see ka fotodel.

🚨 This is not a transformation photo 🚨 This week I've decided to do the 30 second transformation photo. These pics were taken second apart this morning. On the left my posture is poor, I'm pushing my belly out as far as possible, I adjusted my bottoms to show my gross, unsightly and horrid love handles. These are often concealed by my high waisted pants and bottoms that do fit so much better now. As much as it pains me to showcase these, it also proves that my body isn't perfect and that I still have work to do and fat to lose (I'm working so hard to get rid of my love handles and lower tummy fat. Yes it has dramatically reduced already but it still exists and I'm still insecure about it). On the right I'm standing straight and comfortably. I'm lightly flexing and I've adjusted my bottoms to hide my love handles. I'm thankful for bikini bottoms that now fit well and hide these but I'm also trying to show that they still exist quite a bit and that not everything we see meets the eye here on social media. You can show you best angles and hide your flaws but at the end of the day what we chose to showcase is a reflection of ourselves. My body isn't perfect. I still have imperfections and flaws that I'm slowly learning to be comfortable with. I want to be real and honest and open. Yes I've accomplished a lot, but yes my body still has less than ideal days when it doesn't look its best. Fitness and health is not a fix. It's not a destination. It's a lifestyle. If you force your progress you know who you are cheating?! You. You only cheat you. Yes I like to show my best most of the time but I've also realized by not showing my worst that it only harms myself. Being vulnerable and imperfect is hard but lying to yourself is worse. I know I'm hard on myself, it's a flaw on its own, but I'm slowly learning to be gentle and kind but it starts with being truthful to myself and knowing and understanding my imperfections and realizing that, although they exist, they don't define me. I am not a before picture. I am not an after picture. I am not fat nor am I perfect. I'm flawed. I'm scarred. I'm insecure. But I'm learning and I'm hopeful that one day I'll fully love me 💕

A post shared by Jess : Orlando, FL ☀️🌊🌴 (@plankingforpizza) on Feb 9, 2016 at 7:03am PST

Positiivse kehakuvandi aktivist Milly Smith on postitanud mitmeid pilte, kus on näha tema keha pingutatud olekus ja vabana. Sõnum on üks – kõik, mida sa Instagramis näed, ei ole tõeline.

Every time I log into Instagram I see some variation of fitness model posing with a booty pop. 〰 The expectations of women's butts or what's seen as attractive has been basically narrowed down to tiny waist, big, round butt with no cellulite. (I mean, fuck what's 'seen as attractive' anyways but the pressure is real and affecting many) We see it everywhere 'squat for the perfect booty' 'she squats bro' URGH. 〰 The thing is... all butts are beautiful. Big Small Flat Round Cellulite Smaller than hips Bigger than hips Etc etc etc etc. Literally no exceptions. 〰 Our butts look different in different clothing, poses and underwear and that's cool. 〰 Just remember, poses and filters make bodies look entirely different and cellulite is cute and normal. Don't compare yourself to anyone.

A post shared by Milly Smith 💛🌻☀️👑 (@selfloveclubb) on May 6, 2017 at 11:43am PDT

Modell Jess Rae King demonstreerib, kuidas luua illusiooni saledamatest reitest.

Just wanted to repost this for my new pals who have come on board in the last couple of days! 👋🏼💋 A few people have contacted me saying this pic has been doing the rounds lately- without the caption too which is frustrating cos it kind of defeats the purpose- not to mention I'm concerned some Instagram tea company is going to use the photo for advertising 🙄🤥🖕🏼🙅🏼 ✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼✌🏼 So what is the difference between these two pics? 🤷🏼‍♀️No I didn't lose five kilos or photoshop the shit out of myself- instead of standing relaxed on the left- I sucked in, pulled up my pants, pushed my hips back and stood with my legs apart to give myself a thigh gap. I even positioned my collar bone to the light to make it stick out more. C R A Z Y 😱 We are all guilty of taking a million photos and uploading one that highlights our supposed "best angles"- myself included. So it's just a little reminder to not base your #bodygoals on anything you see online. We will only ever see someone's highlight reel, and not the 50 pics they took to get their "best angle". Be your own #fitspo 💪🏻💁🏼😎

A post shared by JESS KING (@jessraeking) on Feb 9, 2017 at 1:59am PST

Modell Iskra Lawrence postitas Instagrami samalaadse foto. “Sotsiaalmeedia ei ole päriselu,” lisas ta foto pealkirjas.

Õnneks ei ole aga reaalsed kehapildid vaid treenerite, modellide ja fitnessiproffide pärusmaa – selle trendiga läheb kaasa tuhandeid naisi üle terve maailma.

❌this is not a fitspo post ❌ merry Christmas Eve! The other day I read about something called #30secondtransformation and I thought the message was really important. I hesitated to post these because this isn't a flattering image to put out on social media. But it's real. A lot of you know I go to the gym almost every day. I find it fun and care about my fitness and health. But I can't deny that it's so hard to love your body as it is and for what it can do. In the new year I am going to work harder to love my body as it for what it can do. The message of #30secondbeforeandafter is not to trust everything you see on social media and don't wonder why you don't have perfect curves and abs despite working so hard. You are you. You are enough. I am enough. #bodyacceptance #bbg

A post shared by Elyse Mowle (@elnmow) on Dec 24, 2016 at 2:34pm PST

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