miércoles 22 de junio 2016

Compartió foto de su trasero y nadie le creyó que fuera natural: así respondió

Liza Parker compartió una fotografía del "antes y después" de su cuerpo, luego de seguir un programa fitness durante un año, la cual fue duramente criticado por sus seguidores en Instagram, quienes la acusaron de que el trasero logrado no era producto del ejercicio, sino por algún tipo de cirugía plástica o uso de Photoshop.

 

There is no substitute for hard work & dedication! ? A new month means a new progress pic ? Over a year into the BBG program from @kayla_itsines which also means a full year of booty gains! ?? One of my goals when starting this program was to build muscle?I had lost muscle mass due to excessive cardio & a restrictive diet in the past and knew I couldn't maintain what I was doing? Flash forward to today and I weigh more. I eat a lot more. I feel confident. I feel comfortable in my own skin. And I feel strong ? I'm now halfway through my 5th round of BBG. I have been increasing my weights with each round and have been feeling pretty awesome ? The biggest shift for me has been moving away from the idea that health is the number on the scale. It should be about how you FEEL. Your happiness and wellbeing is far more important in defining your health than a number? So here's to setting goals and absolutely crushing them! Who's with me? ? ***And a side note since I've received some criticism that this photo is edited/photo shopped/fake/or I had surgery on my butt*** This is ALL me. No filter on this one either. I work very hard for my results. The shorts/pose definitely help to accentuate the booty LOL and I have to stand on my sectional to get the shot ? Just wanted to keep it real friends and a huge thanks to @kayla_itsines for the feature! I can't believe it???

Una foto publicada por Liza (@ljadeparker) el 9 de Jun de 2016 a la(s) 5:00 PDT

Ante esto, la estrella fitnes australiana Kayla Itsnines también publicó la captura de Liza, puesto que la joven se inspiró en su trabajo y su "Guía para un cuerpo de bikini" para obtener los resultados.

Sin embargo, eso no fue suficiente para silenciar las críticas, por lo que la joven decidió dejar en claro que su trasero es real y que sólo es producto de su constante dedicación y trabajado duro.

 

So here's me making a fool of myself in my kitchen! ? But I wanted to have some real talk with all of you and thought it would lighten the mood ? I woke up yesterday to @kayla_itsines featuring my BBG progress pic. I couldn't believe it! I was pretty jacked! Then the Internet trolling started? It shouldn't have bothered me, but it did. I was accused of "getting surgery" to achieve my figure and that I had "photo shopped" my picture. Both completely FALSE. There was a lot more said. Some of which were absolutely hurtful & terrible? I have seen these comments on other progress pictures Kayla has shared and I just don't understand it. As someone who is very open on social media I understand that everyone is entitled to their opinion and I've dealt with negative comments in the past. However I'm never okay with body shaming or trying to discredit the hard work someone has put in?On social media we usually share the best of the best. We find the best light, the best angle, and quite often the best filter and it may not accurately portray what that person looks like every day. I was feeling pretty good the day I took my booty progress pic ? I put on my fav shorts, found some good light and posed in a way that I felt accentuated the gains I had made. I didn't think I would ever be attacked for it ?For me it has always been about the strength and confidence I have built in addition to the physical gains. I know I shouldn't let comments from people who don't know me get to me but I felt I needed to stand up for myself. This is ALL me. And I love this program. And it works! I love all of you for being so supportive always ? Stay classy fit fam! ?

Un vídeo publicado por Liza (@ljadeparker) el 11 de Jun de 2016 a la(s) 7:54 PDT

"En las redes sociales usualmente compartimos lo mejor de lo mejor. Encontramos la mejor luz, el mejor ángulo, y muy a menudo el mejor filtro, tanto que a veces en la foto no parece que fuéramos la persona que somos cada día. Me sentía muy bien el día que me tomé la foto del progreso de mi trasero, me puse mis 'shorts' favoritos, encontré una buena luz y posé de una manera en que se acentuaran los cambios positivos que he obtenido", escribió Liza en respuesta a sus detractores.

El mensaje de la chica continúa apuntando que "nunca pensé que será atacada por ello. Para mí siempre se ha tratado de la fuerza y confianza que he obtenido, más allá de los beneficios físicos".

"Sé que no debería dejar que comentarios de estas personas que no conozco me afecten, pero sentí que necesitaba defenderme por mi cuenta. Esta soy yo, y amo esye programa. ¡Y funciona!", añade Liza en la publicación de Instagram que se defendió de los comentarios negativos.

Finalmente, la joven manifiesta que "entiendo que cada uno tiene su opinión y ya he enfrentado comentarios negativos en el pasado. Sin embargo, nunca estaré de acuerdo con las personas que tratan de avergonzarte por tu cuerpo o tratan de desacreditar el trabajo duro que has realizado".

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