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Após perder 900 gramas, mulher impressiona com transformação

"Ainda bem que eu não deixei uma balança me parar", desabafou a mãe de quatro crianças ao mostrar o "antes e depois" de sua jornada fitness

Por Redação VEJA São Paulo Atualizado em 25 fev 2017, 19h55 - Publicado em 23 fev 2017, 18h42

Você acredita que perder peso é sinal de saúde e beleza? Se a resposta é “sim”, então você precisa conhecer a história de Adrienne Osun, uma orgulhosa mãe de quatro crianças. No Instagram, a mulher fala sobre a mudança de estilo de vida que a ajudaram a perder 900 gramas — não, você não leu errado. Para esta atleta, o peso é “apenas um número”.

Ainda bem que eu não deixei uma balança me parar. Eu não poderia me importar menos com o meu peso. Meu objetivo é perder gordura corporal e ganhar músculos. Eu não fiz dieta para chegar onde estou. Eu conquistei esse corpo com muito levantamento de peso. As mulheres costumam pensar: ‘eu quero que as minhas pernas cresçam, eu quero que meu bumbum cresça, eu quero que meu braços fiquem torneados, mas a balança não está diminuindo, não deve estar funcionando’. Sim, porque você precisa ganhar músculos. Eu espero que vocês vejam a balança diminuir, mas se isso não acontecer está tudo bem. Coloque em perspectiva e não deixe a balança te desmotivar — e faça esse agachamentos, garota“, escreveu a mulher no Facebook.

  • Com sua “transformação”, Adrienne quer motivas outras mulheres e mostrar que não é possível acreditar piamente na balança, afinal ela não mede quantos músculos você ganhou. Após a jornada, que envolve levantamento de peso e jejum intermitente, a mamãe está radicalmente diferente, diminui seu manequim em muitos números — mas perdeu apenas 900 gramasConfira o “antes e depois”:

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    The comments I get are unreal 😒😠 I never post two of these pics back to back but this one is for all you sweet souls that stuck up for me, left me sweet comments, and sent me messages saying these help you so much. 💞 Here's a REAL side view for you. NO I WASN'T PREGNANT on the left 😂 the right was this morning. No dieting, just heavy lifting, which is anaerobic and uses stored fat for fuel, and intermittent fasting which also taps into stored fat especially from the belly, and hitting protein. I lost fat and gained muscle which made my weight pretty much stay the same but as you can see I've lost a lot of inches and dress sizes. I'll be answering questions I got in my story today 😘😘 Negative comments get deleted and ppl blocked 🙂🙂🙂

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    But powerlifting makes you manly….💁🏼😉 Just posted a new blog post on how I started powerlifting 💖 #linkinbio

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    *For all the people that don't read the post…YES TWO POUNDS. Body recomposition. Lost fat gained muscle! NEGATIVE COMMENTS ARE DELETED AND BLOCKED*. People have been messaging me telling me they've seen this pic all over 😬like on Facebook pages and groups, twitter, other accounts here ect. I don't mind people sharing it!! But I DID NOT use anyone's products to do this…in fact I didn't even diet to do this 😂 this was all hard work in the gym lifting heavy weights and intermittent fasting. And for anyone just seeing this for the first time YESSS really 2 lbs, the scale doesn't measure fat vs muscle! Keep going girls 🙌🏼💖💜 . . . . . . . . #weightlossjourney #momsthatlift #powerlifting #eattoperform #iifym #allthefood #bodybuilding #strongmom #flexibledieting #squats #fitnessjourney #strongwoman #girlswithmuscle #girlswhopowerlift #dietingsucks #fitbit #fitfam #bodypositivity #powerliftingbuiltthisbody #deadlifts #liftheavythings #intuitiveeating #bodybuildinglife #gymislife #progressnotperfection #beforeandafterweightloss #powerlifter #beyondthescale #nsv #heavylifting

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    The scale doesn't accurately measure your body composition. The last time I posted one of these pics some guy felt the need to tell me I am obviously doing it wrong because I haven't lost weight between these pics. 🙄 I've lost FAT and gained MUSCLE. Muscle has weight. It's just much smaller and more condensed and better looking than fat 🤗 I share these because so many people quit because of the scale and every time I share these people DM me and tell me I have them hope! That's everything! Lift heavy things. Eat food. Don't quit. . . . . . #weightlossjourney #momsthatlift #powerlifting #eattoperform #iifym #allthefood #bodybuilding #strongmom #flexibledieting #squats #fitnessjourney #strongwoman #girlswithmuscle #girlswhopowerlift #dietingsucks #fitbit #fitfam #bodypositivity #powerliftingbuiltthisbody #deadlifts #liftheavythings #intuitiveeating #bodybuildinglife #gymislife #progressnotperfection #beforeandafterweightloss #powerlifter #beyondthescale #nsv #heavylifting

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    How I started lifting… On the left was my first #triathlon 💦 i had already lost some weight & wanted to push myself. On the right, current👌🏼 11 days out from my first #powerlifting comp. #heavylifting will reshape your body more than ANY other form of exercise. (Yes I do cardio, I hike regularly & im a spin instructor!) I was super nervous and timid to start lifting. I didn't want to go in the weight room it was all men and I had no idea what I was doing. My husband came w me one day and showed me how to use the squat rack and showed me around.You just have to GET IN THERE and look around. Watch people, and ask for help if you need it. So many people helped me at first. Best advice I have is to have a plan. Don't go to the gym and do a little of this a little of that. You will see much more results if you maximize your time there by having an appropriate split. I started with a 4 day split, Monday/ Thursday upper body, Tuesday/Friday legs. I got it off bodybuilding . com and I entered the whole schedule into the app "fitness buddy" which was a life saver because it shows you how to do each lift. WATCH YouTube for proper form for the big lifts! You should not max big lifts like squats, bench and deadlifts every week. Max once a month at the most. Deadlifts tax your central nervous system big time & you need a long recovery after maxing. So for example I do squats always as my first lift, I will do triples around %60 of my max, then the next week 10 sets of doubles at %65-70 of max. Then accessory work (Romanian deadlifts or good mornings, split squats or heavy bridging, hamstring curls, and band work) switch up accessory movements each leg day… accessory work is HEAVY. I do 4 sets at a weight I can barely do 5 reps (with good form). On bench day I do 10 sets of triples at either %50, 60 or %70 max weight depending on the week. Then max the fourth week. Accessory work after bench is heavy, triceps always first, then back, shoulders, and biceps ect. Make sure to walk, hike, do yoga, do hill sprints, or do some kind of active recovery on days off from lifting. Hope this helps and isn't confusing 🤗 #transformationtuesday #gymisbae

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    I started heavy lifting, and I was consistent at it. I use to let "you can't out work a bad diet" or "it's 80% diet 20% exercise" stop me from trying at all. The problem w that was once I slipped on my diet, I would binge and then it would keep me from the gym cause what's the point right? For some people that "all or nothing" mentality is the death of them. I'm so happy I took this year and focused on #heavylifting & gaining strength instead of the number on the scale & tracking every little food and obsessing over my diet.. i am not against people tracking their food..Actually right now I feel completely at peace with food, it has no power over me anymore and I feel in a good place if I was to start to track again. I may start tracking in a small deficit for a few weeks and see how I do…I won't choose that over sanity tho 👌🏼👏🏼. . . #hustlehardgirl #weightlifting #runningmom #getitgirl #yogalove #yogi #healthyliving #getbendy #eatallthefood #girlswhosquat #peachgang #thickfit #curvesarebeautiful #nothighgap #strongisthenewsexy #hikelife #adventureseeker #hiking🌲 #getoutside #yogamom #yogaeverywhere #beconfident #trailrunner #getfit #dontstop #workinprogress #getmoving #fitbitblaze #losingweight

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    A big thank you to @yo_momma_loveme for featuring me on his page! His page is so encouraging and he is one of the nicest and most encouraging people on IG! . Original post–> Don't ever give up!! Even when results seem slow, or like nothing is happening…👉🏼IT IS HAPPENING. I'm so proud of that girl on the left! 😭🎖It was my very first event…a 5K. I had two baby boys at the time & had gained a lot of weight while pregnant w them back to back. I was weak and slow but I had fire in my heart…❤️🔥 I went on to do a 10k, 3 half marathons and 3 triathlons. I lost 80 lbs, (I was a size 10 after losing 80 lbs & i'm a size 10 now at 17lbs heavier w muscle💪🏼)…. In there we had two more baby boys & I gained 60 lbs back…😞 BUT I didn't give up! And After having 4 boys in 5.5 years I've lost 63 lbs & SIX dress sizes and I have been focusing on #buildingmuscle & creating a healthy metabolism by eating, and lifting so I never gain weight back again. I'm not done yet…still got goals…goals keep me going.🏋🏼‍♀️ . . . . #fbf #beforeandafterweightloss #weightlossjourney #momsthatlift #momsthatrun #powerlifting #powerliftingbuiltthisbody #liftheavy #heavylifting #strongmom #thickfit #dontquit #iifym #fitfam #powerliftingbeauty #powerliftingchicks #girlswhopowerlift #girlswhosquat #run #goals #losingweight

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    There is never a reason to be embarrassed by the number you're lifting. In the gym or on social media. Everyone is at a different point in their journey. I recently saw a post where the person was making fun of quarter squatters. Seriously? They need to get over themselves, I guess they forgot they started somewhere too. Don't compare yourself to others. You lift whatever weight you're at right now and be proud of it. We are all a work in progress.

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    Motivation comes and goes, and growth isn't always linear. it's up and down and all over the place sometimes. But if you do something enough it becomes a habit, and it becomes a part of you and THAT keeps you going when there's no motivation. And if you just can't find motivation then maybe it's time to mix things up and try something that excites you again. 🌼🌼🌼

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    Forever trying to get #crowpose 🙆🏼 #progress 👌🏼

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    A few weeks ago my gym asked me to do some yoga pics for their brochure/website. 🙈 Just finally saw them! Me and the boys made it in the brochure! ❤️ #toestand #wasntpreparedforthis lol

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