Each silhouette is different! Closer invites you to discover your figure and the beauty tips that go with it. Be careful, don’t forget that a diet is accompanied by medical monitoring.
Silhouette in A: like Jennifer Lopez and Beyoncé
Your profile: if you have slender shoulders, a marked waist and fairly wide hips, your body type is gynoid. Storage is done more in the lower limbs: hips, buttocks and thighs. This silhouette is also predisposed to saddlebags, cellulite and orange peel.
Nutrition side: choose a balanced diet. Limit fat and avoid sugars which attach themselves immediately to the lower body. Eat unlimited vegetables, whole grains, and limit fruit. Bet on protein to decrease your fat mass without melting your muscles. Take it easy on the salt, as it promotes water retention.
On the sport side: the right exercise: the lunge. Firm your legs and make your buttocks firm and shapely.
1. Stand up, place your hands on your hips. Crouch down lightly. Place one foot forward and the other back (lunge), lowering the knee of the back leg to the floor. Keep this position and push up on your legs. Then go back down.
2. If you want to make the exercise more difficult, raise your arms above your head as you push off the legs.
The right pace? As the exercise is quite difficult, try to do 15 or 20 sets, 3 times for each leg, and 3 times per week minimum.
V-silhouette: like Cameron Diaz or Jennifer Garner
Your profile: if you have broad shoulders, little chest and a rather small size, your morphology is of the android type. You are lucky to have pretty long and thin legs. Here, the little extra pounds will be stored in the upper limbs: the neck, bust, arms, stomach and back.
Nutrition side: if you thicken from the top, it is most often related to overeating. Start by eating in smaller quantities. Forget fast sugars and cut down on slow sugars and fats. Increase your protein intake to maintain muscle mass Bet on vegetables rich in fiber: they improve digestion and contribute to a flat stomach.
On the sport side: the right exercise: flexing the arms You will strengthen your upper body, arms and abs.
1. Standing, facing a table or bench. Keep your back straight and your abs tight. Place your hands in front of you, spreading them shoulder width apart. The feet are on the ground placed back (heels slightly raised) so that the body is gently tilted forward.
2. Bend your arms, trying to lower your elbows to the floor while inhaling, then come up to straighten your arms out as you exhale.
The right pace? Perform 3 sets of 10, 12, 16 or 20 repetitions, 3 times a week minimum.
O-silhouette: like Kate Winslet and Kat Dennings
Your profile: if you are round, your body type is bloated. Here, the fat will be stored all over the body (bust, arms, stomach, hips, buttocks, thighs, calves) and will be distributed evenly and gracefully. This luscious silhouette lacks tone and the skin tends to sag.
Nutrition side: keep in mind that the top and bottom fat is not the same. Your goal is to lose weight slowly and everywhere. You will then refine yourself (with a sports activity). Go for a balanced diet, skip fast and slow sugars. Favor lean meats, fish, vegetables, cereals, dairy products and a little fruit.
On the sport side: the right exercise: the plank on your back. Your diet will allow you to lose weight overall. It will then be necessary to firm up, to sheathe the whole body and to muscle up in a harmonious way, in particular on the level of the back.
1. Lying on your back, lean on your elbows. Heels are side by side on the floor, feet slightly apart in a V-shape.
2. Stay in this position, contract the abs and lift the body while keeping the elbows and heels resting on the ground.
The right pace? 2 times 30 seconds, or 2 times a minute if you can hold on. And 3 times a week!
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