8 Gorgeous Women Who Prove That Skinny Isn’t Better

In the modern world, being called “thin” is a compliment, and getting called “fat” is a stigma. But contrary to this popular belief, being skinny does not equate to being fit. In fact, thin people who don’t exercise regularly are prone to having low fitness levels, low muscle tone and decreased endurance. Recently, news broke about big brand names beginning to ban size zero models, which created quite the hype.

From 83 lb to 110 lb

This woman says, “Weight was not the only thing I gained. Through my recovery, I also gained happiness and health, and I gained mental freedom.”


A journey from 103 lb to 125 lb

Now she says, “One and a half years of my fitness journey and I have always been hard on myself. But looking back, I’m sooooo proud.”


103 lb to 132 lb

“Try not to focus on being ’skinny’ & just focus on your overall health — mental and physical. Don’t listen to anyone who tries to bring you down.”


A reverse transformation for good

“Bodybuilder to body lover.”