Как выглядеть фитоняшкой на фото, несмотря на лишний вес

16 марта 2017, 10:10
Финская фитнес-блогерша Сара Пухто стала звездой Instagram, демонстрируя, как даже с лишним весом можно выглядеть на фотографиях идеально за счет правильно подобранной позы, ракурса и освещения. Разглядывая фотографии фитоняшек в соцсетях, не рвите на себе волосы в попытках разгадать секрет их идеальной фигуры. По словам Сары, большинство фитнес-моделей и топовых блогерш не так уж идеальны, они просто умеют выпячивать свои достоинства и скрывать недостатки. В своем блоге девушка выкладывает парные снимки, на одной стороне которых она принимает «правильную» позу и выглядит стройной фитоняшкой, а на другой стороне не скрывает своих недостатков в виде выпирающего живота и толстых ляжек.

Mental health ☺️🌿 Mental health is just as important as physical health. Lately I've been really stressed and down due to personal reasons that I don't really want to get into 🙈 I'm a really big emotional eater, I eat tons of comfort food when I go through really tough times, cause I get way too lazy to cook proper healthy meals and I love the comfort that junk food gives me. I know I've always said don't feel bad for eating junk food sometimes, which is true. But I've realised that I've been eating sooo much junk food lately as a comfort and I feel like I've crossed the line of a healthy balance between junk food and healthy food 🙈 it's not that I'm bothered by the weight gain, I'm bothered by the physical feeling after eating junk food and it isn't helping me feel better mentally. So I wanted to make this post to say that it's okay to go through these phases of sadness and comfort eating, weight gain, bloating, but also know when to pick yourself back up and get back into being healthy and feeling good! Because at the end of the day life goes on. We need our period of sadness and to feel our emotions but we also need to remember to pick ourselves up and get back out there. If you're going through a rough emotional time, know that you will get through it, it will get better and this isn't the end ☺️💕 also know not to beat yourself up for going through a rough patch. You're only human! I decided to use these photos to keep reminding you that Instagram ain't reality, on the left I am flexing and sucking in my tummy as hard as I can and on the right I'm standing with my bloating showing, which is how I look in reality currently! 😁 Also I got a new tattoo for those who missed my Instagram story ☺️ But anyway, I hope you all have the amazing day that you deserve to have!! 🌴☀️

Публикация от Sara Puhto (@saggysara)

Instagram vs reality 🙆🏼🌿 I just wanted to show that the photo on the right its just me, being unapologetically and naturally me! These photos were taken a while back when I was in Finland in Feb, on the right I'm relaxing my tummy and I hadn't shaved my pits because it was winter, so what's the point of shaving cause nobody would see my armpit hair anyway? 😬 And on the left is me flexing and covering my armpit hair, pretending it didn't exist 😂 I'm guilty of editing out armpit hair in old photos or not posting certain photos because my armpit hair or other body hair is showing in them! Why did I edit them out? Because I didn't want people to comment something like ew she didn't shave lol, gross. But you know what? Fuck it, I don't shave majority of the time, I usually just wear jeans or shirts that cover my armpit hair because most of the time I'm too lazy to shave and I have freakishly sensitive skin, so I get rashes and stuff whenever I do wax or shave. The reason why I'm so triggered by this is because I was stalking @gracefituk and there was one photo of her just being the beautiful majestic being she is and guess what? People commented on her leg hair that was showing in the photo. (Which you could barely see, these people had to zoom in the photo to see that) and it just pissed me off so much. Who has the right to tell another person to shave? I'm sorry but most of those comments started due to people who don't shave their armpits, so why do they have any right to tell someone to do that when they don't? It's 2017. NOBODY NEEDS TO SHAVE THEIR BODY HAIR IF THEY DONT WANT TO!! Nobody should feel ashamed of being bloated or having tummy rolls, cellulite, stretch marks or anything! These are perfectly natural things that happen to people sometimes. You are beautiful with or without these things. I just can't stand people putting down others for natural, normal things. 😔 we shouldn't live our lives to please other people. Live life for you and do what makes you feel happy and comfortable. Sorry for the long rant, I just felt the need to write about this! Anyway, I hope you all have an absolutely lovely day 🌴☀️ Публикация от Sara Puhto (@saggysara)
На то, чтобы подобрать нужный ракурс и позу, уходит немало времени и сил. Сара утверждает, что ей приходится сделать около сотни снимков, из которых все за исключением двух-трех удачных отправляются в корзину. «Справа одна из тех фото, что я обычно удаляю, а слева — хороший кадр, на котором я позирую», — пишет Пухто.

Not a transformation photo 🙅🏼🌿 In honour of hump day I once again wanted to make a booty pop vs normal standing photo, just to show that some of the booty photos you see in media are posed to accentuate the booty! Im not trying to call anyone out when I say this or say that all progress photos are like this, I even used to do this without thinking much about it and posted progress photos that had slight differences in stance in the before and after photos. I recently realised that this makes a huge difference and wasn't a complete accurate representation of my progress. I think people do this to show off their hard work from their best angles/poses because it does take a lot of patience, determination and effort. Also when you post a progress photo others do critique your body, saying things like you made no progress or there's no difference. So I understand why people do this, I just wanted to post this to show that you shouldn't look at someone's progress photos or just any posed photos and compare that to your body or the progress you've made. Everyone is different and loses weight/gains muscle in different places and in different periods of time! So don't worry if you feel like your progress is taking longer than others, it will come with time, it takes many months to build muscle or lose weight. It's personally taken me 18 months to start seeing visible arm progress because that's the place where my body shows the least progress and it's taken me a while to see what works for me! Remember that what works for someone else may not work for you so keep trying things out, be patient and don't give up!! 💪🏼 YOU GOT THIS 😁 Also if you ever feel the need to make a rude comment about someone- Just don't. What's the point? It just makes the person feel bad and you accomplish nothing by doing so. Also it's just plain rude, so please stop. Sorry for the long post, I just wanted to say one thing and it ended up turning into a long rant 🙈 Thank you for reading and I hope you all have an absolutely amazing #humpday 🐪🌴

Публикация от Sara Puhto (@saggysara)

Свой блог 20-летняя девушка называет мотивационным и призывает подписчиц не переживать, если их тело кажется им недостаточно совершенным, а цифры на весах ползут вверх. «Фото в медиа не всегда соответствуют действительности, а цифры на весах не всегда отражают реальную физическую форму», - утверждает Пухто. Судя по всему, такая мотивация нужна многим девушкам, ведь на Instagram молодой советчицы по фотоискусству подписано уже более 81 тысячи человек.
Standing up flexing vs sitting down relaxed 😁🌿 I've worked out for a year and a half now, yes I still have body fat and I will always have some sort of amount of body fat. That to me is completely okay and I see nothing wrong with it because I'm comfortable with how I look in both of these pictures! I'm so happy with the way I'm eating and working out now and I don't want to change that to lose a bit of fat. A year ago I would've hated the photo on the right and done hours of cardio and starvation diets thinking that's the way to get rid of fat and that the fat would be non existent after a year of working out. I'm not trying to shame anyone when I say this, but I thought this because I didn't see any fitness people ever show their fat while sitting down. Yes I've seen posts about being bloated and pinching a tiny amount of fat on their bodies but I couldn't relate to that and it used to make me feel ashamed for still having so much fat on my body compared to theirs. So I wanted to post this comparison of how I look flexed and standing vs sitting down and relaxed to show that I still have fat on my body and it's completely normal to have fat, especially on your tummy area!! Also we need to stop comparing our bodies to people we see in media or real life- yes they are beautiful but you are just as beautiful as them, even if it's in a different way. Your uniqueness makes you, you, so don't try and change that. Who wants to live in a world where everyone looks the same? Just love yourself for who you are and next time you feel insecure sitting down when in a bikini, DON'T because you look fabulous!!! I hope you all have an amazing Sunday 🌴☀️ Публикация от Sara Puhto (@saggysara)

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!! 🌴☀️

Публикация от Sara Puhto (@saggysara)