Ważą tyle samo, ale mają zupełnie inne ciała. Zobacz zdjęcia, które wprawiają w osłupienie

Tego nie da się określić innym słowem. Szok.
Ważą tyle samo, ale mają zupełnie inne ciała. Zobacz zdjęcia, które wprawiają w osłupienie
Fot. Instagram.com (https://www.instagram.com/laurapattison_fit/)

Słyszałaś z pewnością nieraz, że waga to tylko liczba, a faktyczną miarą schudnięcia jest mniejszy rozmiar ubrań. To nie żaden mit. Tak naprawdę kilogramy nie mówią o sylwetce zbyt wiele. Można ważyć 56 kilogramów i kwalifikować się do tak zwanej grupy „skinny fat”, czyli „chudych grubasów” z cellulitem i pozbawioną jędrności skórą. Można też ważyć 65 kilogramów i mieć ciało jak z okładki najlepszego magazynu – smukłe, wysportowane, zgrabne.

Kardashianka pokazała swoje ciało 5 tygodni po porodzie

Dzisiejsza galeria tylko to potwierdza. Znajdziecie w niej fotografie dziewczyn, które ważą dokładnie tyle samo, ale ich figury znacznie się od siebie różnią.

Te zdjęcia trudno określić innym słowem niż „szok”.



Now this is a very common question I always get asked. “How much weight have you lost since the start of your fitness journey?!” Uhmmmm. The truth is that I have stayed almost the exact same weight as when I started. As weird as it may sound, my weight has not fluctuated and if anyone were to ask me just how many kg’s I have lost.... the truth is none. This is living proof that the number on the scale is not an accurate measure of progress. Although I may have been the same weight in both the pictures, it is pretty clear that I certainly do not look the same. You see, this is why I find the scale to be so problematic. It does not take into account SO many factors, like for example how much of your weight is actually muscle and how much is fat, the time of the day you are weighing yourself, the time of the month, whether or not you have eaten etc etc. at the start of my fitness journey, I remember placing so much emphasis on that number on the scale. Losing a few kgs meant the world to me and gaining was a terrible fear. These days my approach could not be more different. I hardly ever weigh myself, and if I do it’s in hope that the scale will actually go up ( muscle gains ). How do I measure my progress? Besides taking progress pictures, my main benchmark is according to how I FEEL. I feel energetic, full of energy and confident- these are my main pointers of progress! So ladies, don’t let a pesky number on the scale dictate to you your self worth. It is not accurate, and can often hinder your progress. ️️

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Do you want to know why it’s STILL hard for me to post these? Why after 2.5 years of sharing my personal transformation photos, it STILL demands a deep level of vulnerability?? Look at my face. My body on the left was beautiful! THERE WAS NOTHING WRONG WITH MY BODY. But there was EVERYTHING wrong with the way I viewed it, and how I treated it. It makes my heart ache to look at that girl on the left and remember how she was feeling and what she was thinking, and it’s not something I’m proud of. . But guess what else I’ve learned through sharing my journey? THERE IS MAGIC IN VULNERABILITY. There is magic in finding the courage to genuinely share our struggles and strengths and lessons with others, and in doing so we not only liberate ourselves but we open our hearts to human connection. We can learn from each other, strengthen each other, and THRIVE TOGETHER. Empowered women empower women. But what do you think makes women so powerful in the first place?? Being EMPOWERED doesn’t mean you don’t struggle. It doesn’t mean you’re perfect and it sure as hell doesn’t mean you are without life’s challenges. No, STRUGGLES breed strength. . Why am I rambling on about these things on a transformation post?? BECAUSE THAT IS MY BIGGEST TRANSFORMATION. These photos, to me, are simply a physical representation of all the ways I’ve changed and grown that matter SO MUCH MORE. In the YEARS between these photos, I truly empowered myself through fitness. Little by little I strengthened my self-love and self-confidence just as I strengthened my muscles. And it all began by simply making the decision to GET HEALTHY. When I started to care for myself and my body, I began to believe I was worth taking care of. If I can make a massive lifestyle change babes, so can you. Time to get on team with your goals and start seeing the power within yourself. #pwrprogress #pwr . Oh yeah, and in case I don’t talk about it enough () SCREW. THE. SCALE!!!!! Same weight, completely different body composition. Take progress photos once a month and most importantly, focus on how you FEEL. . www.kelseywells.com/app

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I get asked all the time, "how much do you weigh?" I understand the question and the desire to know the answer, because I used to be the same. I would look at celebrities who had a similar body shape and height to me and then I'd Google their weight Of course I would think, "okay if I can get to this weight, I can look like her". It just makes sense. Like 1+1=2 But it wouldn't work like this. I'd get to my goal weight and I'd be dissatisfied. I'd find another reason to hate my body. My legs were too short, my arms were too long, my boobs were too small, my knees were too big (I'm serious), my torso was too long, my skin was to pale, my butt was too big. I remember telling this to my boyfriend and he just looked at me like I was crazy He didn't realise that women dissect their body parts into little pieces so we can find fault with every part. He would just look at me and tell me I'm beautiful ️ All well and good and nice and all but you are your own worst critic. The number on the scale is just another part of your body that tells you to change, tells you you're not good enough. I don't weigh myself anymore. I still struggle to love my body just the way it is, as a complete package, not bits that I wish I could exchange. But as I started working out, I started to love my body more and more. My physical changes weren't drastic but I grew to develop a deeper love for my body. I could appreciate the curves I would develop, I started to like having a bigger bum, I loved feeling strong and fit, I live for the feeling I get after a workout Of course I still have days when I wish I looked like @iza_goulart but mostly I feel pretty good The scale only tells you a small part of the story, there's so much more to be told than a number

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gość (Ocena: 5) 02.06.2018 12:33
ok, ważą tyle samo, a czy mają tyle samo wzrostu? to jeszcze jest ważne.
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gość (Ocena: 5) 01.06.2018 20:00
mam dokładnie takie same wymiary jak kobietka ze zdjęcia nr 5. Tylko przy wzroście 178 i wadze 65-66 kg i mam jędrniejsze uda. Chciałabym mieć płaski brzuszek ale na nim gromadzi mi się najwięcej tłuszczu, a nie chcę chudnąc kosztem piersi które w obwodzie mają tylko 89 cm. Na trenera mnie nie stać. Na siłownie chodziłam i nie udało się wyćwiczyć samej pomimo że próbowałam zestawy ćwiczeń. Może w dalszej przyszłości się uda.
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gość (Ocena: 5) 01.06.2018 02:06
Wow, naprawdę? Nie od dziś wiadomo, że mięśnie ważą więcej niż tłuszcz, i że o wiele lepiej wyglądają...
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