Una influencer mostró la pose para parecer más flaca en las fotosEsta joven dejó en evidencia que no todo es lo que parece en las redes sociales, el ángulo de la foto y la iluminación hacen más que el Photoshop.
Los cuerpos perfectos invaden las redes sociales, especialmente Instagram. Los expertos en fitness se convirtieron en los nuevos referentes.
Pero la instagramer tailandesa Sara Puhto, que constantemente publica tips de belleza y recetas saludables, demostró que no todos los cuerpos torneados son realmente así. La chica armó un collage con fotos de ella misma posando -con y sin “técnica adelgazante”- y dejó en evidencia cómo una simple pose lo cambia todo.
Según Sara, la postura tiene mucho que ver con la imagen que va a reflejarse en la foto. “En un mundo donde las nalgas de Kardashian son tan glorificadas, tenemos que recordar que las fotos que vemos de ella y otras no son siempre realidad. Sus traseros no pueden siempre verse tan grandes desde todos los ángulos“, observa la bloguera.
Lo mismo, explica la joven, ocurre con fotografías que son publicadas en Instagram y que algunos usuarios ven como “objetivas”, al tiempo que creen que nunca podrán “ganar tanto músculo o perder tanta grasa”. Ella pone énfasis en que esas fotos sí son alcanzables con “determinación, paciencia y esfuerzo”, si entrenamos y comemos saludable.
“No pienses que no puedes porque estás comparando una foto para la que han posado con tu cuerpo que ves a diario“, aconseja Sara.
24 hour transformation photo- Christmas edition 🎅🏽🎄 First photo was taken in the morning after waking up. The second photo was 8 hours after the first and after eating a whole bunch of delicious Christmas food and a having a few drinks. And the third was taken 24 hours after, just after waking up, no workout in between these photos and no flexing/sucking my tummy in. I'm sorry these photos look kind of cringe, they're taken from my least flattering angle 😂 I know a lot of people are afraid to eat a lot and eat unhealthy when they're working out and trying to lose weight because they think it'll hinder their progress. I wanted to post this photo to show that it's okay if you eat a huuge amount of food because your body will bounce back from it, your tummy will go down but it's also normal to be bloated after a large unhealthy meal because you will have water retention. But it won't ruin your months of progress. It's always good to treat yourself to a meal and not be thinking about fitness and dieting 24/7, life is too short for that, so don't skip out on foods that make you happy. Do not restrict and feel guilty about eating a lot or certain foods. Food is meant to fuel you, not make you upset and fitness is a lifestyle where you will have ups and downs. Nobody has the perfect body all the time. So treat yoself and feel good!! Also never restrict your food or workout for hours after a cheat meal. Don't beat yourself up about it because there's no reason to, you've done nothing wrong. I hope you all had an absolutely lovely Christmas with your loved ones ☺️🌴
Standing up vs sitting down 😬🌿 I've used to hate having fat rolls and always thought they'd go away completely if I exercised and got less fat on my tummy. But recently I've realised they're not a thing that's gonna go away, and I'm so fine with that! Yes I could eat healthy 24/7 and workout in a way that would get rid of it. But what's the point? I love the way I eat and train now, so what's the point of changing what makes me happy to get rid of some extra fat? It's just rolls of skin with fat and I NEED that little layer! It would be unrealistic if I had 0% body fat on my body! So I just wanted to share what my body looks like when I sit down to show that I also got these rolls, muffin top (whatever you wanna call it 😁) and I'm not afraid to hide them 🙌🏼 Hope you all have a lovely day today, and happy #friyay 🌴☀️
Photos aren't always reality 😬🌿 Usually when I take photos I honestly take about a hundred and will pick one or two of the best ones to post where I think I look good and I'll delete the ones where I'm not ready (tummy relaxed, non smiling, mid posing photos. Basically me at my worst chilling angles 😂). So here's one of the photos I would normally delete and pretend never happened on the left and my good flexed, posed, smiley one on the right. I wanted to post this to show another example of how Instagram shows the highlights of people's lives most of the time and how posing changes the way you look drastically. So you shouldn't compare your everyday self to someone's highlights on Instagram. Also wanted to clear up that there's nothing wrong with posing and posting your best photos, you should post photos where you feel good, it's just important to know that people don't look like their good photos all the time. Just don't get caught up comparing your body to someone's best angles. You're beautiful and amazing no matter what 💕 I just felt the need to spread some positivity and love today. Hope you all have an absolutely lovely day 🌴☀️
La joven de 20 años alienta a sus seguidores con frases como: “Lucirás bien cuando te sientas bien con tu cuerpo” o “aprende a querer tu cuerpo en todas sus formas, no solamente cuando sea delgado, ya que no se mantiene así todo el día”. Su mensaje positivo le ha valido más de 54 mil seguidores.