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What do you hate about your body?

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    (Original post by NOBODY MOVE!)
    i like being tall.......

    ........just not being as much tall as i am.
    How tall is that?
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    (Original post by kenni12)
    Everyone has insecurities man, otherwise you won't be on this thread
    that wasn't the reason why I clicked this lol, but that's probably true.
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    my little toe :ahee:
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    (Original post by rockrunride)
    At least my bonce tans quite quickly, so even though I'm 21 and looking like an old man, I'm looking like a handsome old man :awesome:
    I tan really quickly, too. :awesome: Not being pale helps a bunch with it.
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    I do not like my shoulders they are breaking themselves all the time.
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    My distinct lack of flexibility is a definite, and the fact I find it so difficult to tone. Also I've lost all my pace which is extremely annoying.
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    My height, being almost an 18 year old male and still around 5 foot 6 is quite embarrasing
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    (Original post by Dark Horse)
    I forgot to say lack of flexibility.
    Pilates helps a lot :yep:
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    (Original post by Vikki1805)
    You're all beautiful people. :daydreaming:
    A comment like this in absence of an answer of your own indicates we are being patronized by you. Please stop doing that.


    (Original post by minniiee)
    there is nothing i reeaaally hate...
    not that im perfect - there are definitely bits that could be improved

    i do hate that im quite flexible but cant do the splits
    it just doesnt make sense! haha
    For people who are already flexible the splits can be trained.

    (Original post by Vixen47)
    Pilates helps a lot :yep:
    Yeah I remember you saying. There's several classes at my gym but I struggle to find the time.

    I've just started a daily stretching routine that has 3 different types of stretch: isometric, dynamic and relaxed. If they don't do much good I'll probably try pilates. My flexibility was really starting to annoy me and it would often cause injury.
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    (Original post by Dark Horse)
    For people who are already flexible the splits can be trained.
    Doc says im not allowed to do anything that'll make me more flexible
    not even yoga!
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    I'm carrying about 4kg more than I'd like. Other than that I am happy with my body.
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    (Original post by minniiee)
    Doc says im not allowed to do anything that'll make me more flexible
    not even yoga!
    Because he's worried you would get injured/dislocate something? :confused:
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    nah i'm sexy. not saying everyone is in awe of my beauty etc., but i'm happy with how i look. although i do get occasional acne breakout+ensuing hyperpigmentation but i'm still very sexy and all the girls want me
    (Original post by Aisha~~)
    Not much anymore. The fact it's impossible to get shirts that fit my shoulders? :confused:
    and this, can't even wear most polo shirts without having it stick so close to my nipples
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    Having played lots of "leg intensive" sports for years, I've got to the stage where I have ridiculously large thighs, and a really thin upper body. :/
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    (Original post by CJM13)
    Having played lots of "leg intensive" sports for years, I've got to the stage where I have ridiculously large thighs, and a really thin upper body. :/
    If it's any consolation, the reverse looks much worse.

    Plenty of examples waddling around weights rooms at this very minute.
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    (Original post by Dark Horse)
    Because he's worried you would get injured/dislocate something? :confused:
    yup
    damn you hypermobility!!!
    just so you... from where you said about being more flexible
    if its any consolation, i havent experienced anything beneficial from being flexible
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    My flexibility - otherwise I don't have any complaints, at least about my body.

    My face, however. Bloody hell.
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    I have wide hips and all my fat seems to go to my hips & thighs :|
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