Women: would you rather be curvy, or have definition around your stomach? (visible abs)

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  • Vikka_V
    Vikka_V Posts: 9,562 Member
    Vikka_V wrote: »
    I don't care about visible ab's and women are curvy anyways. I just like to be lean.

    Not this woman. I've never had much of a waist, and even though I weigh about 50% more than I should, I am around an A cup.

    It's interesting how different body types can be. Like despite all your efforts, some characteristics are just intrinsic.
  • sardelsa
    sardelsa Posts: 9,826 Member
    Here is an example of fitness model Emily Skye... curvy figure with definition... great genetics clearly at play too

    ktbhhwebkiws.jpg
  • Iron_Muscle_
    Iron_Muscle_ Posts: 5,095 Member
    sardelsa wrote: »
    Here is an example of fitness model Emily Skye... curvy figure with definition... great genetics clearly at play too

    ktbhhwebkiws.jpg

    Perfection. Nothing wrong with curves
  • Vikka_V
    Vikka_V Posts: 9,562 Member
    Both

    Is that possible though?

    It depends on what you mean by curvy. I have a 10 inch difference between my waist and my hips so technically I am curvy but I also have definition in my stomach.

    But I've always had small breasts so unless having babies in the future changes that, that'll never happen for me.

    For the record, I love your stomach...I'll never have that, you are lucky!
    And hard working I should say, not just luck!
  • vanessagonzz
    vanessagonzz Posts: 14 Member
    edited January 2018
    I like a soft stomach versus hard abs. For me, I think it looks more feminine. ETA: I still want it flat though!
  • Jessie24330
    Jessie24330 Posts: 224 Member
    Curvy 10000%
  • angelxsss
    angelxsss Posts: 2,402 Member
    I'd love to be curvy but still have a "flat" stomach. I like the curves I have now but hate that ridge where my pants sit.
  • eccomi_qui
    eccomi_qui Posts: 1,831 Member
    sardelsa wrote: »
    Here is an example of fitness model Emily Skye... curvy figure with definition... great genetics clearly at play too

    ktbhhwebkiws.jpg

    That skirt is holding on for dear life
  • cshern
    cshern Posts: 55 Member
    flat and rock hard, with a strong core
  • RoxieDawn
    RoxieDawn Posts: 15,491 Member
    edited January 2018
    sardelsa wrote: »
    Here is an example of fitness model Emily Skye... curvy figure with definition... great genetics clearly at play too

    ktbhhwebkiws.jpg

    If only I had these long legs.
  • InForBacon
    InForBacon Posts: 1,508 Member
    Whatever makes my husband the happiest.
  • RoxieDawn
    RoxieDawn Posts: 15,491 Member
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    sardelsa wrote: »
    Here is an example of fitness model Emily Skye... curvy figure with definition... great genetics clearly at play too

    ktbhhwebkiws.jpg

    If only I had these long legs.

    Well she is wearing very high heels so her legs are only as long as where the back of her foot ends

    Very true. I wonder just how tall she really is?
  • RoxieDawn
    RoxieDawn Posts: 15,491 Member
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    sardelsa wrote: »
    Here is an example of fitness model Emily Skye... curvy figure with definition... great genetics clearly at play too

    ktbhhwebkiws.jpg

    If only I had these long legs.

    Well she is wearing very high heels so her legs are only as long as where the back of her foot ends

    Very true. I wonder just how tall she really is?

    Google is telling me she's 5'7''

    Wow.. I have stumps compared to her legs.
  • RoxieDawn
    RoxieDawn Posts: 15,491 Member
    edited January 2018
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    sardelsa wrote: »
    Here is an example of fitness model Emily Skye... curvy figure with definition... great genetics clearly at play too

    ktbhhwebkiws.jpg

    If only I had these long legs.

    Well she is wearing very high heels so her legs are only as long as where the back of her foot ends

    Very true. I wonder just how tall she really is?

    Google is telling me she's 5'7''

    Wow.. I have stumps compared to her legs.

    If it makes you feel better I'm only 5'3'' and no matter how hard I try very tall people always walk faster than me :D

    My life is me constantly repeating, "can you please slow down?" to my husband.

    I stand at 5'3.75" so I feel ya!!
  • RoxieDawn
    RoxieDawn Posts: 15,491 Member
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    RoxieDawn wrote: »
    sardelsa wrote: »
    Here is an example of fitness model Emily Skye... curvy figure with definition... great genetics clearly at play too

    ktbhhwebkiws.jpg

    If only I had these long legs.

    Well she is wearing very high heels so her legs are only as long as where the back of her foot ends

    Very true. I wonder just how tall she really is?

    Google is telling me she's 5'7''

    Wow.. I have stumps compared to her legs.

    If it makes you feel better I'm only 5'3'' and no matter how hard I try very tall people always walk faster than me :D

    My life is me constantly repeating, "can you please slow down?" to my husband.

    I am stand at 5'3.75" so I feel ya!!

    Oh my god, you are my height twin

    Yes us shorties stand united! lol
  • cee134
    cee134 Posts: 33,764 Member
    Why is everyone 5'3" (16.002 decimeters)?
  • InForBacon
    InForBacon Posts: 1,508 Member
    cee134 wrote: »
    Why is everyone 5'3" (16.002 decimeters)?

    5'6.75" here. But I have a longer torso than legs, so still the same problem.