Over the weekend, health influencer Adrienne Osuna posted a mirror selfie sporting a brand new pair of bikini bottoms. Nothing out of the atypical about that. But as an alternative of displaying off taut, toned abs like different social stars, Osuna made what she referred to as her “squishy tummy” the give attention to the put up. Here's what she needed to say about it:
1. Squishy tummies are cool
2. I nearly didn’t put up this [because] I’m in ‘common’ bikini bottoms as an alternative of excessive waisted ones buttttt…
three. significantly who cares.
four. I purchased myself these bottoms in the present day and a lounge chair so I can lay out & I’m tremendous enthusiastic about it.”
Osuna, who owns Ariya Activewear, incessantly posts transformation photographs of herself and others, usually with the message, “Weight is only a quantity.” Her inspiring social media posts have struck a chord with customers; she has practically 70,000 followers on Instagram.
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To encourage others to eat intuitively and really feel physique constructive, Osuna is motivating her followers to get off the weight-loss merry-go-round. She revealed that she'd been a yo-yo dieter since she was a preteen, however not too long ago introduced that she’s stopped weight-reduction plan for good.
“I’ve struggled for a 12 months now as a result of I’ll do very well then one thing will throw me off and it begins throughout,” she wrote final month. “I’m DONE. I gained’t do it to myself anymore. This put up is for anybody that may relate and to only allow you to lovely individuals know that will probably be sluggish, it is going to most likely take me some time to get again to the place I used to be however I’m completely feeling myself. I really feel like an enormous weight is lifted.”