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Are you a Pear or Apple and Does it Matter?

Are you a Pear or Apple and Does it Matter?

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You've likely heard women's natural body shapes referred to as a fruit or vegetable. Pear-shaped, apple, cucumber, or broccoli, we are each different and each unique.

What does that really mean?

And does it really matter what natural shape you are?

In this episode of FABulously Fit Friday we look at what it means to be shaped like certain fruits or vegetables and what strengths are in each and how we can work on our trouble spots.

Watch the video below.

What shape are you and how have you made the most of it?

Does diet matter when it comes to shape?

How about exercise?

Are there certain exercises that are better for different shapes?

Some women seem to defy shape altogether to get a crazy, sexy, awesome body! (see: Elle's Pear Shape Transformation)

Share your experiences in the comments below.

With love,

Kristin

Author: Kristin Shaffer
kristin@figureandbikini.org

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Hi Kristin. Thanks for the video. I think I might be a cucumber?: I have fat evenly distributed everywhere (entire body is fat)! I'll watch those side oblique crunches b/c I've been doing them. Would that also apply to Russian twits as well (they work abs and obliques). I did notice that it seems as if I've lost the most fat in the glutes, quads, some arms. ABS seem to be stubborn and are taking it's time. :-). It's all good--that's why I've started several months out. Thanks again.
--jcsmitty2

Hi Joan! Yes, I would watch those twists. Anything that works the obliques will widen. Keep up the great work! :)
--fabeditor

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