Girls with a slammin' booty like Jennifer Lopez, Iggy Azealea and Kylie Jenner are making us all want a lot more junk in our trunks.
The perfect body in 2016 seems to involve a slim torso and big behind and this body has been highlighted all over our favourite celebrities Instagram's.
But one fitness blogger has pointed out that not every booty is what it seems.
Sara Puhto, a vlogger and fitness expert from South Africa, has taken to her own Instagram to show her followers how our favourite celebs are making their behind's look so much bigger in pictures.
Not a progress photo 🙅🏼 Since its #humpday I thought it would be appropriate to post a booty pic 🍑 I thought I'd show my booty from its normal straight leg standing position vs a posed booty pop position 😬 cause in a world where the Kardashian's bootys are so glorified, we need to remember that the photos we see of them and others aren't always reality. Their butts can't ALWAYS look that big from every angle 🤔 Same goes with photos on Instagram, we see them as goals and think we'll never be able to gain that much muscle or lose that much fat, but what you need to remember is that those photos you see are achievable, you can get to your goals, you can achieve anything with the right amount of determination, patience and effort! Don't think you can't because you're comparing a posed photo of a body to your everyday body. Use them as motivation but don't get too caught up on them. YOU are beautiful and can do anything you put your mind to. I hope you have an amazing day 🌴☀️
“I thought I’d show my booty from its normal straight leg standing position vs a posed booty pop position.
"In a world where the Kardashian’s bootys are so glorified, we need to remember that the photos we see of them and others aren’t always reality. Their butts can’t ALWAYS look that big from every angle."
Sara started working out and following a vegan diet in 2015 and is now very comfortable with her weight.
She advises her followers that we shouldn't see "Instagram photos as goals" because "you're comparing a posed photo of a body to your everyday body".
In a world where social media is the norm, Sara suggests using your favourite celebs photos as "motivation" but to also "not get too caught up in them" because they're all posed.
Amen to that sister!