27 January 2015

McNaught's Sexy and Fit Post Baby Selfie

Erin McNaught Post-Baby Body
If you have it, you can flaunt it. And that’s what model Erin McNaught did after getting back her figure from delivering a baby.

Based on the bikini photos she posted on her Instagram account, the former Miss Universe Australia has done a lot of work to get her flat stomach.

"(Four) 4 weeks PP [postpartum] and I’m starting to get my stomach back!” the 32-year-old wrote.

"Aside from lots of walking and eating healthily, I’ve been doing loads of pelvic floor and transverse abdominus exercises. Still no traditional ab work though which is driving me crazy! #bodyafterbaby”

As expected, aside from getting praises for a job well done, Mcnaught also received criticism and harsh words from lazy mothers who let their bloat beyond what could be considered appropriate for their height. Logic tells us that only the jealous and insecure overweight people will have a hard time appreciating the work done by Mcnaught.

“If you’re a new mum and this is what’s important to you…you’re doing it wrong #priorities,” gclovin commented on the post. Others exclaimed “wtf,” and some asked, “How the hell is that possible?”

Based on the above comments, it easy to gauge how mental degradation affected McNaught’s haters and cyber-bullies who get upset over anything. If McNaught looked like hell, the same people would be trashing her for that, and the response would be "leave her alone, she just had a baby.”

However, many of these ‘haters’ failed to note one important fact. McNaught is doing pelvic floor and transverse abdominus exercises. Women in Europe are usually seen by specialists shortly after giving birth that teach them these special exercises because they believe that a woman should be given the tools to re-strengthen her body after giving birth.

The session lasts for weeks to make sure the pelvic floor and transverse abdominus muscles are returning to where they need to be. This is done primarily for health, for appearance, and for sexual health.

On the other hand, American women are not provided with aids like this, which is why so many struggle with a 'belly' and grow lazy and fat with flabs saying bye-bye even before their hands moved. All the crunches in the world won't put them back where you were, since those aren't the muscles that bear the brunt of pregnancy.

Bottom line, McNaught looks terrific, and it's her job to look that way, and anybody who says otherwise need to look in the mirror and squeeze those bellies for support.