This Is What The Ideal Woman’s Body Should Look Like + Common Mistakes Women Make When Trying To Get In Shape

According to a study from the University of Texas the ideal body is the one of a woman who is 1.68m tall ad has 99-63-91 bust/weight/hip measurements.This Is What The Ideal Woman’s Body Should Look Like + Common Mistakes Women Make When Trying To Get In ShapeScience tried make the things clear to us, trying to find a way to show us how the perfect body should look like. So, scientists say that body of the amazing english model Kelly Brook is the ideal regarding fertility and attractiveness. And most of people agree with the scientists as well.

 

Each woman is in the search of the ideal body shape. This is because they want to make constant changes, wanting more when it comes to health and look. But very often when dieting women a lot of mistakes. They are trying to cut their calories too drastically (crash dieting).

These are most common mistakes women make in the gym when trying to get in shape:

Attempting To Shrink The Waist With Excessive Ab Training

I have observed women in the gym diligently doing crunches, side bends, leg raises, and various other ab exercises day after day.

Although the myth of spot reducing fat stores has long been busted, many women still believe that they can shrink their waist by training their abs.

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