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Muscle-Building Workout and Diet

I don’t think that we see
how we really look, how other people see,
because I still feel skinny. People are like, “No, April,
you’re slim-thick. You’ve gained weight.”
I’m like, “But I’m not.” And then when I see that, the attention that
I’m getting from men, I’m like,
“Wow, I must be thick.” So I guess I’m thick then.
I don’t know. So I posted the before
and after picture, and it was embarrassing
for me to post this before and after picture of myself, because it was like, “Oh my god.
This is how I used to look.” But I felt like there’s a lot
of women who have had children, a lot of people who are
suffering from feeling insecure and all these things
that I really was like, okay,
so this is not just for me. This is helping other people
and re-motivating people who probably feel like,
“I can’t look this way,” or, “I don’t feel sexy,” and, “I’m not capable
of getting there,” and it’s like, “You can.” People think that I’ve had
surgery. It’s crazy to me. I’m like, “Dude, did you not
follow my whole journey? I really worked my butt off
to get to this point.” It was really for people,
to just motivate people, like, “You can do it.
I did it, you can do it too.” What is this called?
Say Gatorade? Gatorade. Yeah. You in the gym
with mommy today? Let’s get it in. I motivated myself, honestly,
on this fitness journey, because again, I’m a mom. Having kids,
I just always told myself I don’t want to let myself go. I was also in a relationship,
a public relationship, and after the breakup,
I was like, “Okay, April. This is when you really need
to get yourself together,” like not for anyone else
other than myself, because I didn’t feel, I wasn’t happy when
I saw results in the mirror. I was like I’m not going to be
out here feeling unhappy. Let me get into the gym. The gym, to me,
wasn’t just a space of trying to get my body together.
It’s also mental. It was helping me mentally
just kind of release stress and all of that.
It was like a whole thing. It wasn’t just transformation
for my body, it was like my physical,
my mental, my spirit, it was all of it. One day I might just kind of
just run for an hour and a half. Another day I might
literally just do leg, which is like squatting or
leg press, hamstrings, calves. Another day, arms. I hate arms, by the way,
but arms, upper body. Another day where it’s like
plyometrics, where I’m jumping. It’s crazy, like different
sorts of things, but I kind of want
to shock my body so it doesn’t get used
to the same thing. My relationship with my body
is a very personal one. I have two children,
so it’s like I’ve done a lot of transformation
as far as just feeling not happy with how I’ve looked
after having kids and reworking on myself. Because there’s moments,
like I said, when I look into the mirror
and I’m like, “Oh my god.
I love how I look,” and then there’s moments
when I’m like, “Oh god, you need to shape it up,
April, this is not it.” It’s been a very personal one. I have definitely been
on quite a journey to get to where I feel like
I need to be, and now I’m in a space
where I really like … I love how I look. Being skinny growing up,
I definitely was made fun of. I have friends that literally
tell me like, “April, I really thought
you had a eating disorder,” because I was so skinny.
But I eat a lot. I used to be like,
“Why can’t I gain weight?” For me, it’s easier for me to
literally lose weight than it is for me to gain weight.
It’s a struggle for me to gain. I’ve been trying
to gain weight for so long and I’m now 32 years old and I’m like, “Dude, I’m trying
to get a little thicker.” It’s been a thing.
This is why I’ve kind of like I know
people have goals in the gym. For me, it’s not to be bulky
and let me show every muscle. It’s just really for me
to just kind of gain a little bit of weight. That’s been my goal,
and just toning. My favorite part of the body
to work out, my butt. I think girls, we all strive
to have a big butt, like a nice, firm one.
Even if it’s not huge, we definitely
want the ultimate butt. So my legs, the calves,
just the hip area, that is my goal. Genetically, some people
really aren’t born with butts, and that’s why some people
go get surgery, and I say,
“To each is their own.” And then there’s some people
that actually have it there, they just have to eat
a certain way and really work hard for it.
I wasn’t born with a huge butt. I had a butt, but the moment
I started eating proper, the moment I started
working out a particular way, I was able to build muscle that shaped my butt
in a particular way. So it’s possible. You just have
to really get in the gym, try to mold your body
the way you want to and if you try, you’ll see that you’ll
actually get some results. What I hope my kids learn
from me and my lifestyle now is just I want honestly
for them to be happy. I think that we all have
a certain type of vision of how we want our bodies
to look and at the end of the day,
I can only hope and ask that they just
are happy with themselves, that they don’t transform
themselves for someone else, but really nearly for
how they feel and how they want to look and how happy they want to feel,
based on that. Yeah. Because I just want them
to be happy with their image.

100 thoughts on “Apryl Jones Grew A Booty In The Gym, Not At The Surgeon | Body Of Work


  2. Thick or slim is beautiful to me as long as it's real. More women need to be promoting the natural way to improve yourself for yourself.

  3. Not buying itπŸ™…πŸΎβ€β™‚οΈ… you don’t go from flatty mayonise to phatty mayonise By just doing squats and exercising

  4. A queen, now that's what I'm talkin about, do it yourself, black women to day have gotten lazy they don't need all that plastic surgery crap it's in their DNA to have a nice body. 🌞 tribe

  5. I’m going to transform my body because I’m not happy. I’m going to start by the end of the month.

  6. who cares the body is just a physical vessel we all gonna die one day from something just stay positive and love your family and friends

  7. She had big body frame so just turning fat to muscle. Ok how many squats and what you do to get it like that? I tried and I could not walk for a week. ;(

  8. It's not as simple as going to the gym. She is blessed with still being young and good genetics. As you get older, diet and hormones will factor the most.

  9. I can't believe women still think you can grow a bumper in the gym! You can define the muscles you have but it will not create a bigger butt… it takes "fat" to fill out the the sides and hips and this is burned off during intense or prolongued cardio. Stop buying into the lies and fantasies be realistic about the surgical options hollywood offers and the "image" these women are "paid" to keep you invested in.

  10. Women be so Concerned about their outer appearance and their souls are trash. The kicker is once their souls are right they don’t even care bout who likes their body.

  11. Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Lightskin Cute Not Everyday O K

  12. Lazy ass fukin people gonna say it’s surgery so they can just be like that impossible to obtain naturally πŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™‚οΈπŸ€¦πŸ½β€β™‚οΈ

  13. Lmao all that nonsense for a body work on your brain boo that's way more important then a ass shallow ass people today I see a hundred folks in the gym today and their all mentaly slow

  14. U can only get ur ass to grow 20 percent with weight training why do all these bitches and fake trainers lie to people just to make money

  15. Hopefully she put in the same effort on her character and morals…….the inside counts more.
    β€œNever trust a big butt and a smile” …..BBD
    Btw ……I’m not criticizing her , per se , since I know nothing of her personally.
    I’ve just made a valid general observation of this body obsessive society it’s become.

  16. She really wasn't that skinny to start with. Great genetics. Looking at her before makes me feel even skinnier πŸ˜”

  17. She's a beautiful Woman and she has a great body!!!πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ™πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ˜‡πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ”₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’œπŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ’₯πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘πŸ‘

  18. Whoever disliked this wish they looked like her or wish they had a bad looking chick like her..haters😝

  19. who cares…in 2019 there is literally 1000000 girls showing their ass on the internet…. we dont need a segment on some girl named Apryl

  20. Lies u can’t gain a big booty at the gym you have to be born with the fat on your hips and shit and through puberty you develop into a curvy figure it’s scientifically proven these hoes be lying πŸ€₯ if anything she would have slim down and her but would have gotten firmer and smaller like a muscle ass

  21. Did shysay her relationship with her body was a very personal one!!?? πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”πŸ€”

  22. She went to the gym for that ass, but she went to the doctor for them titties, lmao.πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚πŸ˜‚

  23. I know I have to go to the gym but what do I do once I’m there? I know get on the weights, but it’s all abstract to me. What machines do I do on what days? Where can I find a schedule?

  24. Its crazy how people are saying it's not possible I see it happening all the time with women and even some men just like you can grow triceps leg muscles and a bigger chest in the gym the same can happen to your glutes

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  26. The world puts social pressures on women be happy with yourself and love yourself dont make the changes because of social pressures just live your life and be happy

  27. BBL is the answer – fat transfer. Working out works only in some cases – usually workimg out makes you trim & fit, not curvy with a big booty

  28. If her new butt came from working out it would be defined and muscular. Don't believe these women that get butt lifts and fat transplants then take work out pictures. It's not from working out.

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