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Fitness Coach’s Pics Reveal How Fake Those ‘Perfect’ Bodies Actually Are

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Fitness Coach’s Pics Reveal How Fake Those ‘Perfect’ Bodies Actually Are

Can’t judge a life based on two pictures alone.


It’s not unusual to see people market a certain diet or exercise plan with pictures of fit women in slender bodies. They have those curves, they don’t show layers of fat even when they sit down and just look so perfect. What they didn’t know is that those are simply pictures, a split-second moment captured.

The reality? Having layers of fat when sitting down is normal.

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Fitness blogger Anjuli Mack shares a selfie of what people thought was before and after. But she began the caption with, “This is not a before and after.”

“Companies prey on people desperate for a quick fix but in reality, this is just puffing out & then sucking in,” she continued. She also explained that this kind of image is used a lot for promotion, adding that it happens all the time.

She also overeats during pandemic! Here’s her picture getting back in shape and losing 5.4kgs.

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She also receives many DMs containing concerns: “When I sit down I have rolls, how do I get rid of them?” “At the end of the day my tummy looks bloated. Why?” “I have been working so hard but I still have rolls.”



“I never get tired if educating all of you, I am here to help as much as possible,” Anjuli explains. She also added to not believe images from magazines that were “curated to what someone wants you to see”.

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Self-love is the most important, according to Anjuli. She wrote, “Be kind to yourself! Years from now you won’t care about the occasional night you “fell off your diet” with friends or the holiday with family where you felt bad for eating at the breakfast buffet.”

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This comes from a woman who experienced from bad body image and went through a lot from trying all kinds of diets and exercise plans. Now, she promotes health and body positivity. Here’s one where she wrote herself about self-love and personal development:

“How you look doesn’t make you a better person than someone else. Judging someone else also doesn’t make you any better than anyone else. What does make you a better person? Being kind.”



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