Bloguera demuestra como mejorar la figura en solo 30 segundos y se vuelve viral

En pocos días la publicación de la británica ya supera los 30.000 “likes” en Instagram.

Las redes sociales parecen un nicho solo para cuerpos perfectos y saludables, como si al otro lado de la pantalla solo hubiese personas que se entran duro en el gimnasio y comen saludable.

Sin embargo, en Instagram como en otras plataformas, no todo lo que se ve es real. La luz, los filtros y los retoques hacen gran parte del trabajo de lo que muchas veces vemos como ideal.

Pero otro punto fundamental es la postura a la hora de tomarse una fotografía. Así lo plantea la bloguera británica Lauren Tickner, quien posó de tres maneras distintas, mostrando que puede lucir completamente diferente dependiendo de cómo está parada.

POSTURE changes EVERYTHING! Posing is SO powerful: what you see of people on social media is NOT how they look 24/7 in real life! ?? I know that if I arch my spine and pop my hip, I can make my stomach look flatter & my butt look bigger. Of course, some people DO have big bums & flat stomachs ? Similarly, slouching and ‘letting go’ of my stomach after a big meal makes it appear more bloated: it’s just how it is! Tucking your spine will make your butt look flatter: you can literally make your body look SO different, just by standing differently! ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ People will always speak negatively about others: it’s horrible, but sadly it is just a fact of life. I receive all of these comments ?? all the time, but thankfully for the more negative ones, I have thick skin. I used to even say these things to myself ? BUT now I have learned that if I see a ‘bad’ photo of myself, it is OKAY!!!!! It doesn’t matter!!! As we see here, angles and posture are eveeeerything! Similarly, IDGAF if other people want to comment mean things, because I have learned to accept my body and love it for what it is. Your body is so incredibly powerful: give it some credit?? I also know how to pose to make myself look ‘best’. ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ I don’t care how ‘overdone’ people say these photos are: I think they are SO important. I sometimes still stumble across a photo and think “agh, I wish I looked like that…” BUT, they uploaded that photo for a REASON! They probably took 10000 others and chose that ONE photo. (I know I’m guilty of taking looooads before having ma money shot ✨) PLUS, for all I know, they photoshopped that photo! Take EVERYTHING with a pinch of salt! #StrengthFeed – EDIT: this photo is to prove a point ?? – sometimes one may see a photo of themselves and think ‘agh, I hate how I look’ …but then you have to remember that you may just be MOVING & caught off guard, so your body isn’t looking ‘normal’! Yes, I know I am overemphasising each ‘pose’ ☺️ – P.S, purchase my training/macro-tracking guides at:

Una publicación compartida de Lauren Tickner #StrengthFeed (@laurenfitness) el

“La postura lo es todo”, asegura la guapa joven, quien revela que entre una y otra foto sólo han pasado 30 segundos y no meses cómo alguien puede creer a primera vista.

La bloguera muestra que en la primera toma se ve “con panza”; en la segunda tiene el vientre plano y el trasero prominente y en la tercera su cola se ve plana. 

“Lo que ves de la gente en redes sociales no es su aspecto las 24 horas los 7 días de la semana en la vida real. Sé que si arqueo la columna y saco el trasero puedo hacer que mi abdomen se vea más plano y mi trasero, más grande. (…) De manera similar, si me encorvo y no contraigo el abdomen después de una comilona eso hace que parezca más hinchado”, explica.

Being bloated due to overeating vs being bloated due to intolerance (swipe ➡️) Both are uncomfortable & both can make you feel like ? ‼️BUT‼️ the beauty is, BOTH go down! I am NOT ashamed that this happens to my stomach. And you shouldn’t be, either! I have inflammatory bowel disease & it SUCKS. (I’m still trying to get a proper and final diagnosis). No, I’m not pushing out in either of these, I couldn’t bloody well do that if I tried! (Due to too much pain). I’m posting this to raise awareness & to hopefully help some people?? And also to help people realise that a food baby is DIFFERENT to having a gut issue, but if your tum gets like mine (2nd pic) even after not eating a huge amount, you may need to see a doc. It’s not easy for me to post this & whenever I do people say MEAN things so I kindly ask that u don’t plez? ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ ??When it’s an intolerance (or other gut issue), the bloating may take a little longer to go down. (Personally I sometimes get flare ups which can last days, or periods of time where it’s on/off for weeks) Eat foods that YOU know sit well, drink water & avoid things that YOU know aren’t great for YOUR tum (if you don’t know what it is, then don’t cut everything out immediately! This is seriously important & you need to do it under medical supervision so that you don’t make it worse- just because gluten (for example) may be an issue for your friend, it does NOT mean it is an issue for YOU). I can’t really give any more advice other than see a doctor if you constantly get an inflamed/painful gut (or other symptoms which may be a lil’ less pleasant). ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀ Don’t get upset if your stomach is inflamed: you shouldn’t feel bad about yourself & don’t worry if you’re having to walk around in a tight dress due to it. As you can see in the second photo, I had to do that last night! (The ‘after’ pic there was today)! This morning, although my gut does still feel rough, I am ok & I will NEVER let my swollen bowels (lol) knock my self-confidence! AND NEITHER SHOULD YOU! #StrengthFeed #StrengthFeedGuide #GutHealth

Una publicación compartida de Lauren Tickner #StrengthFeed (@laurenfitness) el

“¡Puedes hacer que tu cuerpo sea TAN diferente sólo colocándote de manera diferente!”, dice Tickner.

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Fotos: Instagram.