Modelos revelan el radical antes y después de posar en cámaras para Instagram

¡Basta de creer que existen cuerpos perfectos! Las modelos de Instagram decidieron revelar cómo son realmente sus abdominales. El resultado a alborotado a todas las redes sociales.

¿Cuerpos perfectos? Estamos en época de playa y miles han aprovechado para ir al gimnasio, y así lucir un cuerpo envidiable. Aprovechan y se toman cien selfies en el espejo. Además de su agotadora rutina, le añaden dietas rigurosas. El secreto para tener el mejor cuerpo es ser disciplinado, de eso no hay duda. La prueba más confiable está en ¿Instagram? Allí se lucen los abdominales planos, pero esta galería te hará ver las cosas de manera distinta.


Las modelos más famosas de Instagram decidieron unirse a una singular campaña. Ellas lucen sus envidiables figuras para motivar una vida de ejercicios y alimentación saludable, pero también se han dado cuenta que esas ‘fotos perfectas’ entristecen a miles de mujeres, que incluso pueden dañar su autoestima por tener un par de ‘rollitos’. Lamentable, pero es una tendencia en las adolescentes y jóvenes.


Por este motivo, algunas modelos fitness decidieron el antes y después de posar en cámaras. ¿El mensaje principal? No existen los cuerpos perfectos. Todas las mujeres tienen algún rollito o llantita. El truco para lucir bien en las fotos, es esconder la barriguita y un buen filtro.

¡Ámate cómo eres! Deja de idealizar a las modelos, mira cómo lucen en la realidad.



Just a lounging selfie  no makeup or hair done, not posing (and no sticking out either). I'm not sharing this because I think I look bad, or because tummy rolls are bad, or because cellulite, messy hair or no makeup is bad. None of those things are bad or imperfect. They are NORMAL. - I'm sharing this because I just received an email from a 16 year old girl that said I am the only person she follows that actually made her feel good about herself. That even though she's not particularly unhappy with her body, that seeing endless perfect photos started to make herself compare, poke and prod at her own body. The impact social media has on young girls and their self-esteem is an issue I feel very strongly about and if me posting one casual, non-posing, non-done up photo can help a young girl (or man, or anyone of any age!) feel better about themselves, then I'm happy to put myself out there. - Some will look at this and say "what's the big deal?" If it doesn't resonate with you, that's ok. I just ask that you think of those who it does help before firing off with negativity because you don't "get" it. So when we live in a society that profits from your insecurities, be a rebel and LOVE yourself. Love your body at every angle and don't ever be ashamed of being human, of struggling, or hey, even of loving the crap out of yourself!!  We need more girls who are wildly confident and loving every bit of themselves and shouting it from the rooftops. Show young girls it's not only okay but necessary to be confident, strong young women, "flaws" and all. #fbggirls

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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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How awesome would it be if we celebrated women loving themselves despite any insecurities as much as we celebrated something like the Victoria's Secret fashion show? In a perfect world, we would celebrate ALL types of women loving themselves! Women should feel confident enough to love themselves through every step of their journey as well as be so freaking proud of the body they've worked so hard for once they reach their goal. Confidence should not be limited to those in the best shape ever, it should be spread and embodied across all age groups, genders, countries, fitness levels, and so many more. THANK YOU to these beautiful FBG girls for joining me in spreading this message! Also, @Cosmopolitan just shared an article about the picture I posted the other day, the link is in my insta stories for the next 24 hrs for you to read!  #fbggirls #tummyrolls

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