Yesterday I impulse bought 3 fatkinis from Target. I didn’t try them on and was worried about the fit because they’re an XL and usually I’m a 2X, but they look pretty rad. (The tops are a bit small admittedly. Not sure what I’m going to do about that, if anything.)
Get out of that fatkini and into a bikini by following a few simple steps:
1. Add more veggies to your diet
2. Reduce or eliminate refined carbs
3. do at least 20 minutes of cardiovascular exercise 4x a week.
Follow these healthy baits everyday and you can lok good not only in the summer but all year round!
#fatsp #chubby #pizzasister4lyfe #getfit #get healthy #fitspiration
You’re assuming that I don’t eat vegetables or exercise. I have no interest in your fat shaming disguised as “healthy fit inspiration!” You’re not being helpful or nice, you’re being rude by suggesting that there is something wrong with my body. I don’t call it a fatkini because I am ashamed, but because I love myself! I am happy to be who I am and proud to have overcome the idea that I need to be anyone but the person that I am now! My body is beautiful, and while I agree that movement is essential to a long and healthy life, you absolutely cannot tell a person’s fitness level just by looking at them.
If you’re REALLY interested in fitness, start off my taking a look at this: The Body Shapes of the World’s Best Athletes Compared Side by Side and give up the idea that fit always means thin. It would also be a good idea to stop reblogging photos of fat people and trying to “inspire” them to lose weight. You’re not helping, you’re being an asshole.
So I just looked at that princeowales blog and I’m thoroughly confused and angered by it. I think this girl looks damn good in all of those bikinis and that princeowales’ comment (as well as all the other comments on the blog on photos similar) are uncalled for and downright rude.