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Heidi Montag's Breast Implants Prevent Her From Running

No More Jogging For Heidi Montag

After undergoing 10 different plastic surgery procedures in one day, Heidi Montag, reality TV star of The Hills, became a new version of herself. Recently a guest on the radio program On Air with Ryan Seacrest, the host questioned her reasoning for all those surgeries saying, "But you had a good body," and Heidi quickly responded, "But now I have a great one." The list of procedures is long and includes: an eyebrow lift, nose job, chin reduction, her waist cinched on both sides, her ears pinned, tush augmentation, fat injections in her cheeks and lips, her back scooped, and yes — breast implants. After all that, I can understand why Heidi says, "I'm very weird about hugging people now — [my body] is very fragile." The reality star is noticeably bigger on top, now a size E or F cup (depending on the bra), and her enormous breast size means "jogging is also out."

I wonder if Heidi is upset that she can no longer run, or if she used to run for the sole goal of trying to lose pounds and inches so she could attain the look she was able to with surgery. Do you exercise to get "the perfect body," or would you exercise regularly even if you were happy with your appearance?

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jazzytummy jazzytummy 5 years
I exercise for my health, stress reduction, and to look good in my clothes. I also know that no matter how fit I am, I don't have a "bikini body". I am just not built that way and no amount of exercise or surgery will change that. I am really ok with that, because, let's face it, most of us don't spend the majority of our time at the beach or around the pool. I know it is a cliche, but exercise is something that you do to make yourself feel better, no matter what your ultimate goal is. The thing about this Heidi chick is that she wrote a check to look how she is, and I am not convinced she feels that much better at all.
notoriuskitty notoriuskitty 5 years
I'm not a fan of Heidi, but I think she was much prettier before all of her surgeries. And my god how can she stand those boobs! There is a such thing as TOO big. I'm pretty sure she has self-esteem issues, I mean I'm older than her and would never consider surgery no matter what 'business' I'm on.
rachelbop8 rachelbop8 5 years
Heidi Montag shouldn't be allowed any more surgery, or for that matter, need it in the first place. She was pretty to begin with. The fact that she's had so much done doesn't make her prettier, it's all outward appearance; hence, if she was a REAL confident woman, all those procedures she did wouldn't have mattered. Anyone who looks up to her, or wants to be with her is an idiot, sorry to say.
sweetvanity sweetvanity 5 years
i do cardio to keep my weight down and lift because it makes me feel good. truth be told, i don't think heidi montag did anything so horrible. i mean- yeah, i wouldn't have had all 10 procedures done in 1 day, but at the same time, if i had the money, i'd be getting a few nips, lifts and tucks.
BellaVida12 BellaVida12 5 years
Looking at her and reading about her kinda makes me a lil sick to my stomach. I work out because it feels good. It feels great when I can look in the mirror and smile at myself.
inlove23 inlove23 5 years
I hate Heidi, she is so fake. I can't believe she would want a size E or F!! That is way too big. "Do you exercise to get "the perfect body," or would you exercise regularly even if you were happy with your appearance?" I don't think the perfect body exists. Even the most beautiful people in our world still have body issues in their eyes.
snarkypants snarkypants 5 years
you get what you pay for...
sourcherry sourcherry 5 years
I feel kind of sad for her... She was much much prettier before all the plastic surgeries, if only she had some confidence... As for the question, I exercise mostly for the health benefits and mental well being. Looking good is nice but that alone wouldn't get me out the door in my sneakers...
Advah Advah 5 years
I was going to start a long post about what I think about her, but I'll just stop at: she's a moron, and she was way prettier before her stupid surgeries. Take that, Heidi.
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 5 years
Heidi's comments saddens me. Personally, I exercise to feel and look my best. I am content with my body, and how I feel in it. These days, exercise is part of maintaining this state.
ella1978 ella1978 5 years
I have to eat healthy and exercise to stay fit. If I skip or skimp on either one, I add on pounds. I like to be healthy, so I keep it up.. that's what I have to do, and I've come to terms with it.
fizzymartini fizzymartini 5 years
Your question about the running if I had a perfect body got me thinking, and I realise - I have the weirdest relationship with running, which I primarily do for fitness/weight loss. When I'm not doing it, I hate it - I have the hardest time motivating myself to go, even if I wear my running gear under my work clothes, or book a place at a run club! But when I'm actually running, I LOVE it. I've run in the pouring rain, in snow and heatwave... it's just the freest feeling, flying along. And what a buzz afterwards! I love that sense of achievement, and there's always a PB to beat, and finishing my first 10k was one of my fave moments to date. But it's like once the endorphins have passed, I wouldn't care if I never ran again...
Giasbash6260 Giasbash6260 5 years
I exercise every single day because it makes me feel confident and peps me up for the rest of the day! It's just extra that it helps tone my body... I would NEVER get plastic surgery like Heidi, it's ridiculous, my goodness why would anyone need boobs that big - YIKES!
Pistil Pistil 5 years
Yes, but natural breasts won't bust, pun intended.
taylvs3 taylvs3 5 years
i agree w/ Anonymous 19; I don't like the thought of larger breasts limiting athletic ability. I'm an FF and that just means I had to invest in some supportive sports bras. I'd recommend Freya and ANita sports bras to other ladies w/ similar figures. I've finally gotten back into running, and I love it!
danakscully64 danakscully64 5 years
She was so pretty before her surgeries, now she looks freaky. I exercise for health and a lean body. If I was completely happy with myself, I would still work out for my heart and to keep my size.
TADOW TADOW 5 years
She is just as bad as the nutty obese woman who wants to weigh a ton. She just grosses me out and her self hatred is now plastered all over her body. Please stop putting stories up of her unless you're going to address her body dismorphia.
Spectra Spectra 5 years
I exercise for my own personal health and happiness and my good body is kind of a very pleasant side effect for me. Of course, there are always going to be bits and pieces of my body that I don't love even after exercising, but I feel good knowing that those are parts of me that I have no control over and that's just how I am. I would never have a million operations done just so I can get giant bazonkas and a perfect "scooped back" (gross-sounding, btw).
tlsgirl tlsgirl 5 years
Why are we talking about this idiot? This is a health/fitness site, no? So why the article about an idiot who achieved her body through a scalpel and only exercises when she thinks it's a photo op?
Ladytron7000 Ladytron7000 5 years
I get that you have to post so many of these questions, but seriously, who works out just for her looks and doesn't care about her health at all? This question could have been phrased: are you completely shallow or not? I'm lucky to have a nice figure without working out, but I am just starting to get back into it for my health. My cholesterol could be better, and I want to stay healthy as I get older.
neonbee neonbee 5 years
She looked so much better before. I mean, she was cutesy before Spencer entered the picture. Anyway, I exercise for both reasons. I want to stay healthy and at the same time, I want to keep liking what I see in the mirror.
onlysourcherry onlysourcherry 5 years
I feel so bad for her poor parents, how sad to see your daughter to this to herself for a fleeting shot at fame.
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