Na profesionalnim slikama uvek blista, a u stvarnom životu kaže da je često umorna, iscrpljena i “na tri ćoška”. Fitnes instruktorka Ana Rodes pokazala je kako izgledaju stvarnost i društvene mreže iz njenog ugla.
Ana je postovala dve slike – jednu kako zaista izgleda na treninzima i jednu sa profesionalnog snimanja za katalog.
Priznala je i da je bila na dodatnoj dijeti neposredno pred slikanje za reklamu.
“Osećam se pomalo krivom kada mi devojke kažu da žele da izgledaju kao ja na toj slici. A to nije realno stanje stvari, i ja sam tome doprinela. Zato sam postavila ovaj post. Na slikama iz studija imam mnogo šminke, svetlo je podešeno da izgledam najbolje iz svakog ugla. I ono što je ključno, moje telo je istonirano šminkom takođe. Sve to utiče da se stekne mnogo bolji utisak. Takođe, urađene su i sitne dorade kasnije u kompjuterskom programu”, priznala je Ana.
Otkrila je i da u stvarno životu nema tako definisano telo, zbog čega često deluje opušteno i umorno.
“Niko ne treba da se poredi i očekuje da izgleda kao modeli na profesionalnim slikama. To je nemoguće”, zaključila je Ana.
So I had someone recently say to me “I want to get as lean as you were in your PT photo shoot”. And to be honest, I didn’t feel entirely comfortable with that. It’s inspired a #throwbackThursday because it actually it made me feel kind of guilty. These images are with professional lighting, a lot of fake tan, tonnes of makeup, good posing and a physique that looked that way from extreme dieting. ⠀ It’s not probably something that a lot of people would worry about in the industry, as the more shreds the better, right? It’s advertising material after all? Selling a dream? ⠀ But these photos don’t represent what I ACTUALLY looked like in real life being that low body fat – which was kind of emaciated and exhausted looking. I weighed 98lbs and freaked out when I went over 100lb – I’m now 128 for a bit of reference. I look back at me when I was like that and I barely recognise myself. I had a coach telling me “my legs weren’t lean enough” and I became obsessed with the fact I had big legs. It was essentially an eating disorder under the guise of “fitness” and I’m not afraid to admit that. ⠀ Funnily enough I am actually organising getting a new photoshoot done to get myself some PT images looking in shape, but a more obtainable and healthy look. When I enquired with a well known photographer in the industry, he said I should reconsider getting “shredded” and he didn’t want me to look back on the images thinking I looked “not lean enough” or “fat”. My response: erm you can do one🖕🏻Arseholes like these are definitely a problem within the industry and there is a lot of pressure to look a certain way – and definitely a reason that you might slip into eating disorder territory without even realising. ⠀ ⠀ Yes I know how to get bikini “shreds”. But actually I want to inspire others to feel good – mentally and physically. THIS is the dream I want to sell. ⠀ So next time your looking at all your fave fitspos images, please remember that 1. They probably look like that for a very short space of time. 2. That look is often not particularly obtainable if you aren’t a fitness fanatic – and even then it’s pretty tough. 3. Tannnnnn 👍🏻