Friday, August 12, 2011

Best body EVER!

If I could have any body in the world, I'd have this one:

Meet Zuzana from bodyrock.tv!

Instead I have this one

My goal one day is to have a flat stomach. Is that even possible?

15 comments:

Anonymous said...

Can you ever have a flat stomach? It depends. Were you overweight as a child or teenager? I can explain the whole thing in a couple of sentences if you want, but basically it has to do with the number of fat cells you have. (anonymous nutritionist here)

Shelley said...

She is stunning! After having a baby and another on the way, I feel that ship has sailed for me (flat stomach)...that doesn't mean I am going to stop trying to get a stomach like that.
I just want to lose the baby weight put on from both kids first.... I think my blog will be weight loss centric after I have the baby to keep me motivated.

Shelley said...

Oh, but those DO look like fake boobs.
I'm not opposed to a boob lift either, after giving mine up to feeding 2 babies. HEHE

Anonymous said...

Shelley, how about starting the updates now?! It's been so long!

Jen, flat stomachs are very, very hard to achieve. Anonymous is right about the number of fat cells you have influencing the final results.

SuperFantabulous said...

Love her! Love her! Love her! I've been doing her workouts for almost two years now and after getting serious about my diet, I am now the proud owner of my very own six pack (though not nearly as amazing as hers)! And I have two kids! All things are possible with Zuz.

Chris said...
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Anonymous said...

No offense, but those rock-hard fake tits look gross to me. I've heard a lot of guys who agree to that and prefer a nice natural breast instead. Just sayin'.

David said...

Sure you can have a body like that. if your job is a trainer then i am sure you will work to have a body like that because you will be paid for that. other than personal incentive, you have no reason so most of us don't try as hard. btw fake breast are not attractive.

Chris said...
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Why am I here??? said...

Sorry about that Chris. Will be in touch soon!

Hey nutritionist anony. I was a little overweight as a teen amd I carry most of my weight in my stomach (as does my mom) and arms. I know that you can never decrease the amount of fat cells you have but don't they shrink? If I ate really healthy would it never be possible to get a flat stomach because I already have too many fat cells in my stomach? Could you offer some kind of explaination please.

I'm going to start doing her exercises instead of stalking her page SuperFantabulous! hehe

Yes agreed Shelley, boob lift okay. P.S. PLEASE START BLOGGIN'

Anonymous said...

(anonymous nutritionist) You can shrink the size of your fat cells, yes, but depending on how many extra ones you gained during childhood/teenage years, you might never have a flat stomach. You'll look thinner, but gaining muscle definition might be impossible.
People who have an excess of fat cells will never be able to get good definition in certain areas of their bodies (especially those areas with the most fat). The only way to get rid of those extra fat cells is through liposuction.
Don't let that discourage you, though. Your body will get firmer and healthier as you lose weight (and exercise, if you're looking for definition!) and while you might not get a truly flat stomach, it will be much better than it is now because you'll be smaller. What you might end up with is a small pouch of fat in your lower stomach or your "love handles," for example (which is why many thin people end up doing lipo --they can't get rid of those few last deposits of fat).

Why am I here??? said...

Awesome, thanks for that info anony. nutritionist. I will certainly keep working at it and make sure to keep you updated. Do you have a healthy living blog?

Why am I here??? said...

Awesome, thanks for that info anony. nutritionist. I will certainly keep working at it and make sure to keep you updated. Do you have a healthy living blog?

Anonymous said...

I'm working on setting one up. I'll let you know the address when it's ready!

Shelley said...

Finally, after almost 7 months, I wrote my first blog. Nothing mind-numbing, but a good start.
Thanks the push Jenn and anonymous!