Fitness influencer Anna Victoria is opening up about her insecurities about her “lack of a butt.” In a side-by-side Instagram publish, she confirmed two completely different mirror selfies of her derriere.
“Those angles, I inform ya…,” she wrote, full with a crying-laughing and peach emoji. “The one factor I used to be most insecure about rising up was my booty. I’ve at all times been smaller on backside and I might attempt to put on lengthy shirts to cowl it.”
She went on to speak about how she’s used health to sculpt her physique and shared some perception on how our favourite health stars get that excellent Insta shot.
“There’s solely a lot muscle you’ll be able to construct on your butt AND it is advisable to flex it to actually present it off,” she wrote. “Quite a lot of the booty pics you see on Instagram are flexed, pushed out, again arched a lot it truly hurts…plus high-waisted pants that intensify a small waist and raise the booty too…there are such a lot of methods to make it look 10x greater on Insta than in actual life, and I do it too!! I like posing and admiring the ‘Instagram booty’ however that’s not my actual booty. And I’m okay with that.”
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Victoria, who runs the Body Love app, mentioned she’s overcome unfavourable suggestions from Instagrammers. Even for somebody who conjures up so many to be their finest selves, she admits that self-love hasn’t at all times been straightforward.
“I’ve gotten a number of feedback about my lack of a butt, even lately once I truly am so happy with my laborious work,” she mentioned. “It could not seem like what another person would take into account a perfect booty, nevertheless it’s mine!! Not theirs. And I’ve needed to work laborious … to adore it irrespective of the form or measurement.”
She ended what she referred to as her #realstagram with a quote from Dita Von Teese: “You might be the ripest, juiciest peach on this planet and there’ll nonetheless be somebody who hates peaches.”
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Victoria often shares photographs of her “actual” physique to indicate her followers an correct portrayal of her life. She’s overtly mentioned her stomach rolls, revealing how she appears “99% of the time.”
"Your abdomen doesn’t need to be completely flat to be wholesome, your abdomen doesn’t need to be completely flat so that you can love your self, and your abdomen doesn’t need to be completely flat to be assured and exquisite and an all-around wonderful individual," she wrote in a single Instagram caption.