Sus fotos han sido tomadas con segundos de diferencia y, sin embargo, su figura luce sorprendentemente distinta.
La bloguera finlandesa Sarah Puhto, de 20 años, ha tratado de mostrar en su cuenta de Instagram a través de una serie de publicaciones lo engañosas que pueden ser las fotografías de las mujeres con figuras 'perfectas' publicadas en las redes sociales.
La joven difunde 'collages' con selfis que parecen haber sido tomados a través de meses de duras dietas y entrenamientos. Sin embargo, los mensajes que aparecen bajo estas líneas constatan que las fotos se hicieron en un espacio de horas o incluso segundos.
20 hour transformation photo 😁🌿 Since it's the day after thanksgiving I thought it'd be appropriate to share this photo 😬 The first photo was taken yesterday morning after working out, the second was at night after eating a whole bunch of food with my whole tummy relaxed and the third was this morning again after working out 🏋🏻 I've posted a photo like this before but I just wanted to remind you that it's normal for your stomach to get bigger after large meals and that our bodies don't look the same throughout the day! I know I get pretty bloated looking after I eat a lot and that used to really upset me because I thought there was something wrong with me and that nobody else's tummy looked like this after eating but I realised its just not shown or talked about a lot. So I just wanted to show what my relaxed food baby tummy looks like compared to my empty, post workout tummy. I'm learning to love my body in ALL its forms, not just when it looks lean and toned because I know I don't look like that all day. It's time for me to love and appreciate the body I have and stop striving for "perfection" ☺️ Anyway, I hope you all had an amazing thanksgiving, got some delicious food in and spent quality time with your family and friends!! 🌴☀️
El secreto, explica Sarah Puhto, radica en la postura, que puede cambiar radicalmente el aspecto físico. "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.
These photos were taken a few seconds apart!! Do you ever have one of those days where you just get down on yourself and compare your body to others? I'm pretty sure everyone has bad body image days. I woke up this morning, looked at myself and thought I looked a bit fluffy today, usually I'd go about my day and end up posting the photo on the left and say how I'm feeling fluffy and bloated today, when the truth is the right photo shows my true fluffiness (no flexing and full tummy relaxed). So I thought I'd do a brutally honest post and show you my true fluff 🐇 What I'm trying to say is bodies fluctuate daily, even hourly. Don't beat yourself up if you have a bad day, week or month. Everyone has bad days. Everyone has some % of body fat. And everyone's body looks different from different angles/poses whether they're flexed, relaxed or bloated. People will post their highlights and their hard work on Instagram so don't compare yourself to them! You're beautiful no matter what 💕 This is honestly really terrifying for me to post, so please don't be too harsh. I just hope this helps some of you if you're having a bad day.
Lo mismo, indica la joven, pasa con fotos en Instagram que algunos ven como "objetivas" al tiempo que creen que nunca podrán "ganar tanto músculo o perder tanta grasa". "No pienses que no puedes porque estás comparando una foto para la que han posado con tu cuerpo que ves a diario", aconseja Puhto.
Not a progress photo 🙅🏼 Since its #humpday I thought it would be appropriate to post a booty pic 🍑 I thought I'd show my booty from its normal straight leg standing position vs a posed booty pop position 😬 cause in a world where the Kardashian's bootys are so glorified, we need to remember that the photos we see of them and others aren't always reality. Their butts can't ALWAYS look that big from every angle 🤔 Same goes with photos on Instagram, we see them as goals and think we'll never be able to gain that much muscle or lose that much fat, but what you need to remember is that those photos you see are achievable, you can get to your goals, you can achieve anything with the right amount of determination, patience and effort! Don't think you can't because you're comparing a posed photo of a body to your everyday body. Use them as motivation but don't get too caught up on them. YOU are beautiful and can do anything you put your mind to. I hope you have an amazing day ☀️
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