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The booty theory



You have probably stopped here for one of these reasons:

1. The word “booty” in the title has incredibly entertained your senses and you like everything about booties and women ( ……………….lol)

2. You just want to know what the heck is the booty theory !!?

The boooooooty theory! The booty is one of the most desired part of the woman’s body. It absolutely defines the way we walk, the way we dance, the way we stand! And let’s be honest….that’s not only an appealing body part for the men’s eyes, women have litteraly take over the appetite for round and curvy behinds! (Twweeeerkkk!)

Society standards have changed and it is totally positive to crown thick and curvy women too. Thanks to Instagram and celebrities such as Kim K for changing the game. Even though, plastic surgery is taking over, I am not against it everyone can choose what they want to do with their own body. But are we pushing too hard the woman’s image to be perfectly  shaped like a curvylicious doll?

I think there is a major impact because nowdays women don’t only want to loose weight or to be healthy, they want to get what Becky and her friend are talking about!   (Watch Becky & her friend)There is nothing wrong with it, but women and young girls are getting disproportionately obsessed by uplifting their behind in order to fit a new society criteria.

Squat videos and curvy models are booming now! It is great to have access to so many videos and pictures to get inspired! I do the same too with my instagram @iamsouannaj. I do have curves, I embrace them and I am proud of them.

But, the messsge I am trying get across is that women have to spend time uplifting their brain too and not only their booty! It is stunning to see a strong, magnificient  and curvy woman but that has also something to say, inspire others, create, develop new businesses, lead on, or does positive changes in her community like a real boss should do! Women should be more confident and invest more into themself! Women have to balance their  time to reach their ideal body goal and also develop long-lasting life goals. They need to focus on being healthy and therefore to be even stronger for a purposeful living!
Lift your booty and your brain too! What a nice statement! (lol) Comment below! I am wondering what is your opinion!

Souanna J

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How To Do The Barbell Hip Thrust…



Are you struggling to build bigger glutes?

Check out my video to learn about the 4 cues you must use with the barbell hip thrust in order to perform them with excellent form and maximize your gains.

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Michael B. Jordan Gained 15 Pounds of Muscle for Killmonger Role

Wallace Has Come A Mighty Long Way!



Killmonger, Black Panther, Michael B. Jordan

Erik Killmonger is a very powerful character in Marvel’s Black Panther. The supervillain, played by Michael B. Jordan, along with his dominating spirit and his pain, was just as important to the story line as the evolution of T’Challa. While there’s generally an antagonist in films (spoiler alert coming if you haven’t seen the film) – we didn’t find Killmonger to be so much of a villain after all.

Corey Calliet is the man behind Michael B. Jordan’s gains, and arguably another person who contributed the overwhelming success of the movie. The celebrity trainer, seen now on Revenge Body on E! helped Jordan bulk up, as well as help other stars like Angela Bassett, be at peak physical condition for Black Panther. Calliet has worked with Jordan in the past, most notably for Creed and the Fantastic Four reboot.

Michael B. Jordan, Killmonger, Black Panther

Photo: Men’s Fitness

“When you see him, you need to be scared, you need to be intimidated. We don’t want the nice, young-looking Michael,” Calliet said in an interview with Men’s Health Mag. He also describes his training style to that of an artist taking a chisel to a block of marble. “I’m talking about sculpting a body, not just conditioning it to be fast…I wanted to make his shoulders look better. I needed his upper chest to pop. I needed his back to tell a story. I wanted his back to look like a globe, like a map.”

So how did Jordan get his gains? Calliet trained the actor two to three times a daily and Jordan ate six meals per day. Get more details on Calliet’s training with details with Jordan here .



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5 Reasons People Quit Going To The Gym



1)  I don’t have time to workout

It takes 21 days to develop a habit. Diligently plan out the next 3 weeks, incorporate at least 30 minutes of exercise into your daily regimen for 3-4 times a week. Make having an active life intentional. Put it on the same level as having lunch or getting sleep. As you work-out, it will soon become a non-negotiable, similar to eating and sleeping.

2)  It’s Too Crowded And People Watch Me

The gym isn’t the only option that will help you reach your body goals. There are various in-home regimens that you can following YouTube or your favorite social media fitness professionals. Fitness is doing more movement than you did the day before. Lunch break walks, morning workout routines, and bike rides all support your desire to have an active (and private) lifestyle.

3)  I’m Not Losing Any Weight

Getting the body you desire requires a lifestyle change. Oftentimes we believe workouts are enough, but eating and sleeping are also main components for weight-loss. Fat is burned during your body’s recovery stage and muscle building process. As you work out, obtain 6-8 hours of sleep to maximize gains. Clean eating cannot be overlooked, a high protein-low carb diet is key. We have to break our traditional mindsets of consuming 3 meals a day and get accustomed to eating 6 times a day. Eating 6 times includes 3 meals along with 3 snacks, which can also include smoothies and shakes.

4)  No One Will Know If I Quit 

Accountability is vital to starting a new workout routine. Identify a workout partner. If you can’t find one, write a contract with yourself. Sign your contract and hang it somewhere so you can see it everyday. Knowing you have a commitment to yourself or your partner will help you form healthy, weight-loss habits.

5)  I Just Hate Working Out!!!

You may hate the gym, but everyone loves a good reflection in the mirror. Everyone wants to add years to their life and working out does just that. You have to ask yourself every day, “does my lifestyle add years to my life or subtract them?”Medications and hospital bills can become very expensive so prevention has to be the focus. Remember: the healthier we are, the better the reflection we have in the mirror.

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Karen Civil, Live Civil, Black Fitness Today





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