How Workouts Can Change a Person (22 pics)

Posted in PICTURES       17 Nov 2010       18832       18

These photographs of people before and after workouts show how a person’s image, style and looks can easily change depending on what they are doing at the moment.



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DJ 9 year s ago
Headline should read :
"How can a bar of a soap and a bit of a makeup change a person."
       
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k 9 year s ago
ugly people! ;/
       
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Mr. Ree 9 year s ago
If this is a 'before and after' type of photo shoot, why are most of the people all sweaty in the first photo?
Working out didn't change their looks - it was cleaning up, a haircut and/or lots of makeup.
       
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admin 9 year s ago
#2
       
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2Cool4Ice 9 year s ago
How can clothes change a person?
       
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M yUnders Tand 9 year s ago
right pic is before right.
left is after .
       
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cya 9 year s ago
Photoshop ?
       
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kryosis 9 year s ago
??
       
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def 9 year s ago
Kryosis nobody cares about your WOW Sh*t
       
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owner 9 year s ago
WORKOUT, not even once!
       
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;) 9 year s ago
random
       
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Peanut 9 year s ago
No real difference. They had a bath and changed their clothes.
       
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kekekekek 9 year s ago
this should be called how makeup can change a person...
       
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ve 9 year s ago
#11 WTF is this? X-men ?
       
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newsflash 9 year s ago
This just in: you look worse when you're all hot & sweaty after the gym.
       
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Archlord 9 year s ago
I like how black people doesn't change face after working out lmao
       
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Gildomar 8 year s ago
UltioThe fact that loans are reitetsng in the near term is completely irrelevant. First of all, you make the assumption that just because loans are reitetsng, people are unable to cover any change. Second and most importantly, you clearly have forgotten that many of these adjustments are going to be lower. Every single major rate that they could possibly be tied to (LIBOR, 11th District, Prime, etc) are at all time lows. The "shadow" inventory of foreclosures that you keep referring to are of questionable existence, at best. Banks, by charter, are not allowed to be long term holders of real estate. They have been rapidly selling bulk REOs to vulture funds directly. The absence of these shadow foreclosures hitting the market in the last six months is further proof of this. Supply/demand? Supply is off more than 70% in 18 months and demand is very steady. A 6 month inventory of homes is generally considered the goal and currently San Diego hovers at 3 months. Sounds like their is an inverse supply/demand curve situation at the moment.Pretty feeble insight provided here in the original advice.
       
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Filip 8 year s ago
When you dolownad Sketch up it automatically has an instructional tutorial that comes on when you open the program.You can watch it or disable it.I personally keep it on because I'm kinda new at it and forget stuff.
       
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