So many women are so fixated on how their body looks, partly due to all the media that tells them how a “perfect” body should look. There are all sorts of magazines, advertisements, movies, and TV shows that show flawless women. These are women with flawless cellulite-free skin, tiny waists, long legs, and perfect bust-to-butt ratios that can make any girl feel insecure.
It’s because of this that many women feel like they need to change their diet and exercise routine to be within the weight category that they feel is “ideal.” However, it must be noted that weight doesn’t necessarily reflect a person’s level of fitness. For instance, a physically fit and toned woman can weigh more than a woman who has a fuller figure. They may look completely different, but if you look at the numbers on the scale, you might imagine they’re the same.
So to drive the point home that lighter doesn’t always mean skinnier and bigger doesn’t always mean heavier, here are 13 images form MyBodyGallery that illustrate just how different two women with the same weight can look!
So the next time you step on the weighing scale, keep these images in mind to remind yourself that your weight isn’t all about how big you are!
These two women both weigh 165 lbs.
These two women both weigh 180 lbs.
These two women both weigh 150 lbs.
These two women both weigh 140 lbs.
These two women both weigh 125 lbs.
These two women both weigh 115 lbs.
These two women both weigh 90 lbs.
These two women both weigh 290 lbs.
These two women both weigh 150 lbs.
These two women both weigh 250 lbs.
These two women both weigh 220 lbs.
These two women both weigh 200 lbs.
These two women both weigh 190 lbs.
If you want to look at more images of women with the same weight but drastically different bodies, check out their site at MyBodyGallery.
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