The Skinny on Why You’re Skinny

Written by on September 4, 2014 and it's about , ,

skinny-woman-female-appetite-how-to-eat-more-bone-structure-body-type-weight-gain

In an era obsessed with getting smaller, we skinny folk, hardgainers, ectomorphs, string beans, bananas, babeshows, or whatever you want to call us naturally thin people—we’re outliers. When it comes to fitness, at best we’ll find ourselves slotted into a footnote: “Oh yeah, and if you’re naturally skinny—must be nice—you’ve got a fast metabolism and stuff so, ya know, just eat more.”

That “just eat more” advice would work fine for most people, but the fact that we aren’t most people is precisely why we’re being given that advice in the first place, and also why that advice is rather naive. For most people, eating lots of food and gaining weight is second nature. If you tell the average woman to “just eat more,” she’d be able to. Hell, she’d probably even like it (until she got fat).

What most people don’t realize is that telling us to eat more is as silly as us telling them, “Just eat less—duh.” That’s not going to solve any problems. In fact, if you go around telling people that, you’re probably going to get in a fight.

Anyway, I’m sure you’ve realized there’s a lot more at play here than how much you eat. And you’re right.

So what’s going on here, and what can you do about it?

Read More

6 responses

The Most Attractive Female Body

I figure there’s no sense denying that when it comes to dating, love and relationships, well, physical attractiveness matters. We’re very visually perceptive and we infer a lot from how people look. Whether that’s right or wrong, that’s just how us humans work. The research clearly shows that whether or not people say they value physical attractiveness they still base their actions on it. Hell, even the people who truly believe that they don’t care about physical attractiveness still care about it just as much as everyone else when it comes down to who they actually date. (studystudy)

These studies show that this is equally true for both men and women. Everyone places a great deal of importance on physical attractiveness. (Other very attractive traits include warmness and compassion, earning potential, etc, yet surprisingly these traits are seemingly far less important, at least at first.)

Is that the best way to pick a partner? Who knows. Probably not. However this isn’t an article about what we should find attractive, this is an article about what we do find attractive. Some of it might surprise you. Most people guess incorrectly about quite a bit of it. Just in case you disagree though, I’ll cite all my sources so that you can draw your own conclusions.

On that note, this article is long. I’ll understand if you don’t want to read the whole thing, so here’s a quick and simple trick to make yourself instantly sexier: have a drink. It will boost your attractiveness (to yourself) by 50%. This is called the reverse beer goggles effect, aka, Beauty is in the Eye of the Beer Holder. (study) Best of all, you don’t even need to have a real drink – the placebo effect is more than enough – you only have to think you’re having a real drink.

If you’re looking for a more wholesome and longer lasting aesthetic improvement, or perhaps an improvement that other people will notice too, don’t worry – that’s what the rest of this article is all about. This is an article about the biology and physiology of gut-level irresistible attraction and exactly what it looks like.

So let’s look into what’s actually optimally attractive so you can turn even more heads and drop even more jaws than you already do.

Read More

36 responses

Muscle-building and weight gain program for skinny women

Bony to Bombshell, our muscle-building and weight gain program for naturally skinny women, is finally finally done! It took a lot longer than we expected, but we wanted to make sure that we developed a system that didn’t just work in theory, but also in the real world with real women who really struggle with this stuff. I mean, we specialize in helping women who are fairly certain that being strong, curvaceous and bootyful is physically impossible for them. This is a program for naturally skinny women who have tried to gain weight in the past and failed – often many times.

So even though it took forever to make and even longer to test, we’re thrilled with how it came out and even more thrilled with how well our beta testers did. Here’s what it did on a few women with different body types and goals. (Check out the differences to their faces and posture, too!)

Read More

One response

Female muscle-building transformation / weight gain transformation / Bony to Bombshell

Our Bombshell Beta Testers Rock

Written by on February 12, 2014 and it's about

We’re almost almost done beta testing Bony to Bombshell. We’re just tweaking a few final things. I just want to say – thank you guys so so much! I had no idea you guys would be able to kick (and build) this much ass. I’m floored.

I need to go back and double-check which progress shots / videos are cool to show off, but these transformations-in-progress we’ve definitely got permission to share. Here are some women doing an absolutely jaw-dropping job of building muscle, gaining weight, hauling huge weights and being an absolute pleasure to work with :)

Check it out:

Read More

8 responses

We’re working on it!

Written by on September 12, 2013 and it's about

We’re in the midst of making a website for naturally thin women looking to gain weight and build muscle (healthfully, leanly, efficiently, etc). We’re slowly inching closer every day to having you a real site that you can come to for all the best articles on building muscle, getting healthy, building a bum (and other curves), looking better and feeling better. We’re also building a members’ community to share your progress/encouragement/recipes!

We really appreciate your patience while we keep fine-tuning everything. If you want to be the first to get notified, please sign up to our newsletter at the top right. If you want to know a few more details about the upcoming program, you can click the program link.

p.s. It’d be awesome if you could like our Facebook page (there’s a like button on the right). It gives us cred and a really warm feeling in our hearts :)

4 responses