Every woman wants to be attractive, forever young and energetic. However, sometimes extra pounds, which can be difficult to cope with, interfere with feeling confidently. The artist and former athlete Anna Semenovich knows for sure about this - the other day she talked about her regular breakdowns and weight gain, which last a lifetime.
Fashion publications, advertising and social networks dictate beauty standards to modern women: lips of such and such a shape, a snow-white smile, hair of a certain color, and a weight of no more than 52 kilograms. Many representatives of the fair sex, in the hope of conforming to the canons, starve themselves, torture themselves in the gym and do an uncountable number of plastic surgeries.
The stars of show business especially depend on public opinion. Those who want to discuss someone else's appearance are criticized with or without reason, so every public appearance, celebrities risk getting not only flattering reviews.
For example, singer, TV presenter and former figure skater Anna Semenovich chose a rather controversial outfit to appear on the red carpet for the MUZ-TV award recently held in the capital. It was he who gave the fans a reason to believe that the star carefully selects photos for his Instagram account and most likely the pictures are being processed.
The other day, Anna frankly admitted: she is not able to be in the same weight and constantly breaks down. She agreed with the general belief that athletes are the most strong-willed and strongest people, but the star knows by herself that they often look for excuses for their laziness. Semenovich said that she often cancels the planned training and inspires herself that this is quite normal.
"I say to myself: my girl, you have been working hard since the age of three, like a draft horse, rest today. My girl, you’ve been on a diet all your life, eat another slice of pizza and so on! Athletes always have many excuses for themselves: I a person without childhood, I'm tired of working so hard or I finally deserve a rest and an extra bun. Justifying myself, I again break down, starting to juggle and gain extra pounds, then again I pull myself together and start plowing in the hall and eating steam cutlets to lose weight, and so all my life"
Undoubtedly, such a regime does not in the best way affect both women's health and beauty. Nutritionists unanimously say: the guarantee of a stable weight is not strict restrictions, but a balanced diet day after day. Only the system can bring the desired result. Of course, Anna, as an athlete, knows all this very well and will certainly be able to apply it in life.