Lose Weight & Keep Your Curves
Q & A time! Xx
Question: Dear Alya,
I am a new follower and I’m inlove with your blog as well as Huda’s. I have 4 girls of my own and I love to see how all of you, as sisters, are so beautiful in your own ways and have your own uniqueness. So I tried commenting on the kim curvy no more? post but I don’t know if it went threw or not. This has been something I’ve been really interested in. I’ve always been into doing excercise eating well but I still enjoy my baking with my girls at times. My question is I’m a size 12 and I would love to go down to a 9 and I will be happpy.My only issue is that as soon as I start losing some weight my chest goes down, my hips dissappear and my rear end also. I love having some curve to me but is it possible to lose the weight and still have these curves or does it just go naturally with the lost of weight? I also don’t use heavy weights when I excercise , I don’t want to be bulky either.Or sometimes I think its the way I eat, I don’t know .Like I said this has always been something that kind of stops me from losing the weight I want in a way. I hope I make sense and thank you for your time and I love love your blog so much
Answer: Hi Viviana darling Hope you’re having a FAB weekend!!! So glad you started following my blog and that you love our blogs!!! Hearing that makes me so happy!!!! Thank you baby for the very sweet compliment and for the awesome question!!! Love you!!! Best of luck darling!!!
I have done a post on this already. Make sure to check it out below!
Unfortunately, you’re talking about “spot-reduction,” & I hate to tell you this:( but you can’t work one part of your body to achieve weight loss in that area. We tend to lose our boobs and butt when we lose weight because these body parts are highly composed of fat. So if you need to lose weight you will lose weight from everywhere. However, by taking the right approach, you can at least keep those body parts looking amazing (your breasts perky and lifted & your behind lifted). Continue reading