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?