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Kuidas näha saledam välja kehakaalu kaotamata – need FOTOD on tehtud samal päeval!

Kuidas näha saledam välja kehakaalu kaotamata – need FOTOD on tehtud samal päeval!

OHMYGOSSIP — Valdavalt välimusele keskenduv tänapäeva ühiskond on võtnud eesmärgiks rõhutada füüsilist ideaalsust ja see on kahjuks paljudes tekitanud oma keha suhtes alaväärsust. Tegelikkus on aga hoopis midagi muud, võiks öelda, et lausa kergendust pakkuv.

Sotsiaalse meedia fotod võivad enesetunde üsna kehvaks muuta, kui üksteise järel ainult ideaalseid jõusaalitüdrukuid näha, vahendab Earthables.com. Kas enesetunne muutub paremaks, kui ütleme, et oma keha avalikult presenteerijad ei näita tegelikkust? Seda täiesti loomulikku poolt, mis meis kõigis olemas on. Blogijad otsustasid näidata avalikkusele, kuidas tegelikult lood on – täiuslikku keha ei ole olemas. “Võib väga raske olla uskuda, aga oleme kõik mõtestatud, kaunid, erilised ja elus. Armasta end juba täna, kuna see on inspireeriv,” jagab treener Ashela Molstad positiivset arvamust Instagramis. Sotsiaalmeedias nähtud ilusad kehad on õnnestunud tänu heale nurgale oskuslikule poseerimisele. Need fotod on näited sellest, kuidas illusiooni luuakse. Alltoodud fotod on kõik tehtud samal päeval. “Kui plaanin näidata endast professionaalset poolt, tagan selle, et näed ka minu teist poolt. Hoolimata sellest, kuidas oleme õppinud mõtlema, ei saa kedagi kõhupeki arvelt hinnata,” ütleb Molstad.

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 #realstagram www.annavictoria.com/guides

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Same girl. Different angles. . . If I'm going to show you the posed, put together, professional sides of me, I'm gonna make damn sure you see the not so flattering sides too. Because, contrary to what society has taught us to think, 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. . . Loving ourselves exactly as we are is hard. Because we've been told for years that we're not good enough until we {insert any of the thousands of ideas of perfection that have been fed to us over the years}. But I call BS. I say that the real magic happens when we embrace who we are, at every angle and size. . . This doesn't mean I don't also struggle with embracing this body I was given, but it does mean that I understand working on loving me is the most important job I will ever have. . . Our bodies aren't broken. The message society is trying to tell us {by airbrushing everything, erasing dimples and rolls and fluff} is. . . So even though its really hard, lets remember we are worthy and beautiful and special and ALIVE. Go on and love yourself today, because THAT shit is whats inspiring. . . #StopFixingBodies #StartFixingTheWorld

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​We're doing a pool day today, which means I'll be in a bikini all day while drinking heavily. Which also means I've been spending a fair amount of mental energy on how I will look. My brain has gone something like this: . since you're going to be in a bikini all day, you should try to limit the foods that are going to bloat you. BUT YOU ARE AMAZING AND FINE HOWEVER YOU LOOK. THEY WONT REMEMBER OR CARE WHAT YOU LOOK LIKE, THEY'LL REMEMBER HOW MUCH FUN YOU WERE. I know, but still… I want to look fit. WHY?! WHO CARES. I know, but still… I'm a fitness coach. GIRL, YOU ARE STRONG AND POWERFUL AND LOYAL AND FUN AND HAPPY. YOU ARE SO MUCH MORE THAN YOUR BODY. . When I woke up today I checked my abs. Struck a pose, and thought… you can work with this. And then I sat down with my computer to check into my online bootcamps and with my team, and saw a bunch of women who are KICKING ASS and working on their own self love journeys too. And I had a moment where I thought, sitting with my joyful rolls hanging out, we will never get ANYWHERE close to loving ourselves if we don't continue to fight back those thoughts that our worth is determined by our bodies. And we have to continue normalizing what bodies look like when they're not posed and flexed and perfected. Because our bodies move in all kinds of ways and take on all different kinds of shapes… and every single one of them is beautiful! . Noone said that loving ourselves in all of our angles was going to be easy. I love myself more now than I ever have, but even I still I have those thoughts that I am a better me if my body is leaner. Its been 30 years of my brain learning that what we look like as women is the most important part of us, so it takes WORK to upgrade our mental software. When those voices rear up in your head and they're screaming at you telling you you're not enough, scream back. Fight for self-love. Because at the end of the day, life wouldn't be better if we were thinner, or had ripped abs, or weighed less. But life would be better if didn't live in a society that made us believe that. . . Lets keep fighting, loves. We can be the change, it all starts inside us.

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🌈Just a reminder to take every picture you see with a grain of salt. These two images were taken yesterday, 5 seconds apart. This is not a weight loss progress photo, it's not a transformation, these were taken the same day, same time. When you're scrolling through your feed and you see a picture of someone who you think has a perfect body — that picture is, most likely, one-sided. There's a real life version that most people don't post. · There is #nowrongway to have a body, we are ALL beautiful no matter what, but some images can be triggering. · So don't beat yourself up when you start to get triggered & compare. Instead, click through to that person's profile and unfollow. Don't voluntarily create body negativity for yourself. We already see it enough everywhere we go. · 🌷Make your social media a safe place for you & your body. · I have thought a lot about these side-by-side pictures & why people post them. I post them not to "show my imperfections". I post them solely to shed light on the edited, filtered, photoshopped, pictures we see of "societally perfect bodies". We internalize those pictures & compare ourselves to them & feel badly about our bodies. · This is just a loving reminder that real life exists for everyone. And your bod in real life is 💯✔️🔥!!! · I just want all of you beautiful people to know that your self worth & beauty is not determined by another person's appearance. Your self worth & beauty comes from within!!! · Because I love you all & I don't want you to feel bad about your bodies 🙃😘. · 👉🏻YOU ARE NEVER NOT BEAUTIFUL. Literally w h a t e v e r size you are. Literally, whatever size. · LOVE, SUPPORT & POSITIVITY💘xo #NoWrongWay #realbodies

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🔥 #CelluliteSaturday w/ @omgkenzieee 💕 👉🏻It's just angles & lighting & positioning the body in different ways. These photos taken today, about 30 seconds apart. · 👉🏻I've had a lot of women message me thanking me for these side-by-side images. Most of them say they've never seen anything like it on social media–and for the first time they feel like their body, exactly as it is, is okay. · 👉🏻Images hold so much power. Power to damage & power to heal. · 👉🏻I want to say that I am not comparing my body to anyone else. I am not comparing my struggles to anyone else's. I respect all body sizes, ALL BODIES means A L L bodies. Every size, every health status, every lifestyle, every color, every shape, everyone. · 👉🏻This is not a before and after. This is just a reality check. · 👉🏻Neither one of these bodies is better than the other. Neither one is more beautiful or more worthy than the other. Both are beautiful. We cannot lift certain body types up by tearing others down. · 👉🏻I respect all of you, love all of you, and want you to know that every picture you see in the media anywhere is most of the time not an accurate representation of real life. · ALL SIZES ARE JUST RIGHT, RIGHT NOW. Actively respecting fellow women makes the world a better place! · LOVE, SUPPORT & POSITIVITY 💘xo #thereisnowrongwaytobeawoman #NoWrongWay #vulnerability #reality

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⭐️SelfLove Bootcamp w/Kenzie & Gina⭐️ DAY 16: EMBRACE THE SQUISH · Okay guys, NEITHER of these pics have been edited, retouched, photoshopped, etc. They were taken about 30 seconds apart, this morning at the same camera angle. I am literally twisting my body so far that my stomach disappears on the left. 👉🏼If you would have come across the picture on the left only, some of you may have thought, "omg that girl is so skinny, I wish I looked like that" 👉🏼This is the problem with the internet. A lot of women only post pictures like the one on the left & at the exact same time they also look like the picture on the right, but if we only see the skinny pic, we think they "have the perfect body" & internalize the idea that we don't. 👉🏼This is not true for everyone, but it is true for ALOT of women. 👉🏼Today in SelfLove Bootcamp, we are working to #embracethesquish 💓 Embracing those parts of our bodies where our skin rolls, squishes & sags. Because they are NORMAL parts of all bodies. 99% of the reason we feel they are bad, gross, make us look ugly, make us not sexy is because of the airbrushed & mutated images we see 10 million times a day everywhere we look. 👉🏼LADIES & MEN: The rolls are sexy, beautiful & natural. No matter how big or small they are. 👉🏼At the same time, I know they give you anxiety & make you feel all the negative thoughts, whether you have an ED, BDD or not. I honor those feelings you have & share them with you at times. We are all human & it is impossible to escape the beauty standards that have been placed upon us. 👉🏼I want you to know that your body, naturally, as it is right now is enough. 👉🏼Try not to compare yourself to images you see, those photos should not control your happiness, your self-worth or how you feel about your body. 🔥🔥Keri Washington said "You cannot compare your insides to another person's outsides" ☝🏼 REMEMBER THAT WHEN YOU'RE FEELING LOW. 〰 LOVE, SUPPORT & POSITIVITY 💘xo #thereisnowrongwaytobeawoman #SelfLoveBootcamp #beforeandafter

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