Faebert wrote: »
Oh, and I couldn’t possibly get a picture of it, but when I look down at my stomach hanging/ belly button when I’m in a plank it makes me think of the mouth in Edvard Munch painting ‘The Scream’...
kdbulger wrote: »
I'm still overweight but I would love to later show or see how a c-section scar can affect bellies. For me, I had no real "flap" or apron from my scar until after my next pregnancy. It's normal but many women find it hard to reconcile.
middlehaitch wrote: »
OK, I'm back. Had to do a few extra pics then play at editing on my small iPhone
Just turned 65 on the 10th August so did take a few pics to celebrate.Age: 65BMI: 19.5BF%: ? Guessing 22-25?
All my fat is in my abdomen as you are going to see.Number of Pregnancies: 1 (45years ago)Medical Conditions affecting appearance: none (well, slightly wonky leg with a big dent where the femur popped through, but we ignore that)Primary form of exercise: at the moment, virtually none(walking and bodyweight). We had a number of family medical emergencies over the past ~18 month where I have had to travel and stay away from home for months at a time. I say I'm doing a recomp, decomp, maintenance, cycle.Preferred exercise: when life is 'normal' lifting x3, plus a variety of classes, walking, yoga.Length of time exercising: 10 years. I started exercising at 54 (cal counting too) with aqua fit.
I used to hate exercise, now it is a mild dislike.
I have run the gamut of classes just to keep me going, so well versed in a lot of things, proficient at none.
Me on my 65th birthday in my birthday suit (new bikini inspired by @quiksylver296' blue one) as normal a posture as possible when taking pics
Got to add, I am extremely healthy, take no meds, and love my body for what it can do and how it looks.
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