OK! So here are some photos.
These pics are NOT me right now. They're taken a year ago, when I was about 10 lbs thinner. I was a vegan, and binged a few times a week on junk (Sigh) but my weight had been consistent for nearly a year (I had been quite underweight prior to that). When I went primal I cut more, then all hell broke loose.
Basically I think this would be an easy enough weight for me to maintain (once I lose all the weight i've gained since primal ) I was in the middle of my yoga training, so was just starting to build muscle. I have more now (under the flab).
This is basically so people in the fitness know-how can tell me how much I need to do to get the body of my yoga goddess on the previous page.
So here we have the body shots:
You can see I've got the start of a six pack, but I've also got a belly. This belly is impossible for me to shift... no matter how thin I get it's still there. (I know most women have this complaint but still...)
And here's the ass shot:
I have a... "generous" derriere Unfortunately it has no muscle tone and it doesn't respond to exercise. I think I would need to do something pretty intense to get it in shape.
I have a slight curve in my lower spine which apparently can hamper the effectiveness of butt exercises.
Okay, tell me what I need to do! I'm taking the pics down in the morning.
Last edited by YogaBare; 05-09-2013 at 03:42 AM.
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