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Mar 20th, 2017 at 7:08am
 
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Reply #1 - Mar 20th, 2017 at 1:56pm
 
How come you put here in Fashion & Fitness? Looks more like a Fitness & Bodybuilding babe.

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Smiley Flex video: https://www.instagram.com/p/BQ6nQ4Ngnej/


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Video, flex at the end: https:https://www.instagram.com/p/BQCEcDOh4Iu/


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Flexing video: https://www.instagram.com/p/BNo6R3phAEi/


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Video: https://www.instagram.com/p/BKzOmBvB5XE/


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Double flex: https://www.instagram.com/p/BEzHs3Dp43O/


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Video: https://www.instagram.com/p/6kvhsTJ44u/
Another: https://www.instagram.com/p/5m6henp431/

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Reply #2 - Mar 23rd, 2017 at 6:17am
 
Silver 2.0 said, "How come you put her in Fashion & Fitness? Looks more like a Fitness & Bodybuilding babe."

I have been meaning to compose an essay explaining my categorization analysis, so here it is.

Renee Zellweger is more of a celebrity than an athlete (she has done gymnastics and competed in cross country track at the state level in high school).  Maria Sharapova is more famous as an athlete than a model.  Lots of decisions are fairly easy.

Fitness & Bodybuilding (F&B) and Fashion and Fitness Models (FAFM) both have "fitness models" listed in the description, so HB doesn't exactly make things clear.  These are some of the factors I consider.

If Google yields "fitness model" in the bio search results, I put her into FAFM.

I put most ectomorphs in FAFM and most mesomorphs into F&B.  The average 170 pound woman won't have much chance at a Self or Oxygen cover even if she chooses to describe herself as a "fitness model."  She won't be chosen to demonstrate an exercise routine in Cosmopolitan.

I would also put someone described as a "Pioneer of Women's Bodybuilding" such as Rachel McLish into FAFM.  She is a beautiful ectomorph who, by today's standards, is built more like a fitness model.  Of course, she is also an actress/celebrity.

I also consider Form vs. Function.  Figure and fitness competitors are usually seeking a certain aesthetic look.  They need facial beauty.  Make-up, hair styles, photography and lighting are important.  Most would be happy to become paid fitness models or, like beautiful Natasha Simpson, get paid to endorse supplements or fitness apparel.  They seek out professional photographers to build an eye-catching portfolio.  They avoid becoming "too big" and are more likely to try to reduce their size.  They are all about Form.

I put fitness trainers into F&B.  Their muscles are all about functioning well to demonstrate moves and train their clients.  THey don't care if their hair gets messed up.  I'd stick CrossFit competitors into F&B if they weren't obviously athletes.

Of course any moderators can move a topic to rectify an error.  I am still surprised that they never rectified my most glaring error, putting "Pinterest Ballerina Leg Muscles" into Misc. Pictures.
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