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Entrenadora fitness genera polémica por unos "rollitos de más"

jueves, 21 enero 2016 - 04:14

Anna Victoria es una entrenadora fitness que ha ganado muchos adeptos a través de su cuenta de Instagram.
A través de la red social, la joven comparte parte de su entrenamiento y una guía de comidas para la gente que quería hacer un cambio en su vida.
Tiene más de 859 mil seguidores gracias a sus rutinas y consejos, pero fue una de sus últimas imágenes las que ha generado gran polémica.
Sentada frente a un espejo, la entrenadora muestra que a ella también se le ven unos "rollitos de más" en esa posición.
Algunas usuarias han catalogado este mensaje como una total burla para las personas con sobrepeso, pero otros han valorado el mensaje que invita a aceptar los cuerpos tal como son.

There are two reasons I want to share this with you ladies: one reason is because I want you to know having skin fold over on your stomach when you sit or to have "rolls" is not anything to hate or be ashamed of. The other reason is because while I say this, there have been times where if I ever found myself in front of a mirror where I am sitting and I see my stomach, I automatically think "ew!" because this is what society has conditioned me to think. Your stomach does not have to be perfectly flat to be healthy, your stomach does not have to be perfectly flat for you to love yourself, and your stomach does not have to be perfectly flat to be confident and beautiful and an all around amazing person. As a society, we shouldn't let physical characteristics set the standard for whether we deserve to love ourselves or not. Everyone deserves to love themselves, however I know that's easier said than done. What's amazing to me and what I have witnessed with the fbg girls is most of the time they start learning to love themselves more on their journey not because of the physical changes, but because of the mental and emotional changes that come from dedicating yourself, pushing yourself, and seeing just how strong you really are. (what we call "non-physical progress" and is just as, if not more important than physical progress). That type of strength and beauty can only be seen and felt from within.  #fbggirls www.annavictoria.com/guides

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At Home Glute Favs!  ---  Hip thrusts: Place your feet out and knees bent, and simply raise your hips by pushing through your heels. At the peak, pause for a brief second and squeeeeze those glutes! Inhale as you go down, exhale as you go up.  One legged hip thrusts: You can do this with either your leg stretched out and stationary throughout, or raising like I am. Simply perform a hip thrust by supporting your weight with the one foot on the ground and the other leg stretched out and stationary or moving up and down like I am. Always push through your heels and squeeze your glutes at the top.  Alternating Leg Hip Thrusts: Simply extend one leg out (thighs should be in line with each other, don't raise the lifted leg higher than the other thigh) and simultaneously perform a hip thrust, supporting your weight with the opposite heel. Squeeze!!  One Legged Hip Thrust Swings: In an upwards hip thrust position, support your weight with one leg while you move the raised leg from side to side. You will feel this in your inner thighs too!  Keep your glutes and core tight throughout.  Do each exercise 20 reps (don't forget to switch sides!) then repeat for 2 rounds. #fitbodyguide www.annavictoria.com/guides

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