Mons Pubis Lipo: Remove The Fat From the Upper Pubic Area
Excess fatty tissue over the mons pubis is common as we age and is often a source of embarrassment, especially in bathing suits and tight clothing.
A new hot area of interest for Lipo-contouring is reducing the bulge of the Mons Pubis on women and the same area for men. Often, these areas collect excess fat related to weight gain or simply the aging process when fat distribution changes over the advancing years.
For women, it is not unusual for lipo surgeons to contour the abdomen but neglect to remove excess fat of the Mons Pubis or Super Pubic area. The patient then notices that the Mons appears to be much bigger after the abdomen is contoured.read more from source
For most of us, heading into a gym can lead to confusion about what exercises to do. If you want to change the shape of your body, can selecting certain exercises really work?
Once we reach adulthood, our bone structure and proportions are largely fixed. Essentially, the length of your collar bones versus the size of your pelvis, and the length of your body compared to the length of your legs are big factors in determining proportions and aesthetic beauty.
However, we can use exercise to enhance our body shape and appearance, as well as increase muscle and bone strength.
We cannot physiologically change fat to muscle. For example, although doing lots of repetitions squeezing your knees together on a hip adductor machine creates a feeling of using this muscle group, it will not burn the fat deposits off the targeted area. What will occur is that with training, the muscles become stronger and larger, which may be contrary to what many women may be trying to achieve in attempting to sculpt leaner-looking legs.
Another example is trying to burn off excessive abdominal fat, which increases the risk of chronic diseases such as diabetes and heart disease. No amount of crunches will burn off abdominal fat directly.
Increased physical activity in general, exercise and good nutrition are key to losing fat. Although there’s no way to induce spot reduction in fat that is stored under the skin, moderate to high-intensity cardiovascular training is very effective in reducing fat. This includes running, skipping, cycling and boxing.
We’ve all heard women say: “I don’t want to lift weights because I don’t want to look muscly.” But it’s really not that easy to put on significant muscle mass. Many bodybuilders will attest to the amount of work and overfeedingrequired to promote muscle growth. So the idea that weight training will make women bulky is a fallacy.read more
Let Me have A Look At That Again : Draya Brings Attention To Mehgan’s “FUPA”
Basketball Wives LA
On Sunday night’s episode of Basketball Wives LA, Jackie Christie is so excited to watch her cognac commercial for the first time with Draya. During this initial viewing Draya does not hold back her thoughts as she critiques the video, “After I seen Mehgan I just think there are minor, minor things that could be tweaked.” As soon as Draya brings attention to Mehgan’s “urban” shape, Jackie realizes it too – “Right there in all it’s glory is an extra roll and it’s kind of hanging over the front of the dress.”
Marija Anicic I Tried Corset Waist Training For 17 Days And This Is What Happened
I’ve always been pretty curious about celebrity-grooming habits. With all the glossy hair and smooth skin and perfectly airbrushed bodies, if a famous person recommends a beauty product she can’t live without, I’m the sucker who goes out and tries it.
Despite fully knowing there is an entire beauty kit full of filters and Photoshop and professionals helping these celebrities achieve flawless results, it still amazes me that I (and 99 percent of non-celebrity women) cannot mimic this look with Kerry-Washington-approved $6.99 bottles of Neutrogena foundation or Gwyneth Paltrow exercise DVDs or Britney Spears perfume. Perhaps this is the root of my celebrity regime fascination: that two women could use (seemingly) the same products and still the one with “A-list” attached to her name appears better. So when the opportunity arrived to try corset training — the same kind of waist training attributed to women who are famous for their figures, Kim Kardashian, Dita Von Teese and, on some rumored websites, Yoncé — you bet I didn’t turn it down. I’m not usually a masochist by choice and have a hard time following through on anything that is remotely considered a diet, but with the accountability of a diary for everyone to read, you kind of feel like you have to be honest. read more…
The Body-Shaming Phrases Grace Helbig, Hannah Hart & Natalie Morales Hate
We’ve all heard them before: cankles, thunder thighs, muffin top. These terms have pretty much become widely accepted ways to describe women’s bodies, and have even ended up in dictionaries that aren’t Urban Dictionary. But the way we talk about our bodies has a bearing on how we feel about them, and these terms are, well, not very body-positive.
“I do think, a lot of times, people think these words are descriptors,” actress-director Natalie Morales tells Refinery29. “And sometimes these words are funny. But hurtful is never funny. I’m not for censoring anybody, but I am for advocating kindness and being considerate of other’s feelings before opening your mouth.”
She’s right — terms like these seem innocent enough, but they can have a big impact on self-esteem. YouTuber and author Hannah Hart tells us that, as a kid, she had a personal struggle with the term “muffin top.”