It's summer, which means it's officially playoff season for feeling bad about your body! Whether you're outside in a bathing suit or inundated with pictures of people in bathing suits while inside on your computer, it's easy to feel sh*tty.
In the latest installment of the trend of really, really ridiculously good looking people pulling the curtain on how they look so damn perfect in their photos, model Imre Çeçen is going viral with her post on the magic of posing.
Meet Çeçen, who has made exposing these "30 second transformations" her thing.
Çeçen took on the ubiquitous, seasonal phenomenon that is "hot dog legs" poolside Instagrams.
As Çeçen points out, the hot dog legs are only hot dogs because they're NOT ON THE GRILL.
Legs, because of physics, look wider up against a surface, and as Çeçen says, "Even muscle will just look like a huge shapeless pile of meat when there's no flexing involved? If you don't want your legs to expand maybe invest in stone legs."
Hot dog legs take work:
I had to arch my back like crazy, hold my legs up (serious ab work was involved) and had to sit on the edge of the pool which caused me to almost fall.
Çeçen posts a lot of "same girl, different pose" photos—it's kind of her thing.
She's made a few PSAs for the importance of good posture.
And pointed out how things are different when someone's sitting and standing up.
Now strike a pose!