Celebrity Body Types: Ariel Winter
The Four Body Types Scientific Identification: Body Type Two, BT2
Genetically Underdeveloped Vertebrae (Muscles/Muscle Mass): 1 to 8; Lumbar, Sacrum (Possible Thoracic)
Date of Birth: January 28, 1998
Age: 23 (as of 2021)
Unscientific/Nonsense Body Types Rough Correlations: Endomorph, Kibbe/Soft Natural, Hormone/Ovary
ABC Modern Family celebrity Ariel Winter shows off her Body Type Two (BT2) figure/shape at the beach. Her mostly developed vertebrae (posture), muscles, and muscle mass are obvious across most of her BT2, although her Classic Arch and Dimples (or lack thereof) are debatable. Science recognizes that one (1) pound of muscle burns six (6) calories daily but one (1) pound of fat/skinny fat only burns two (2) to three (3) calories, which directly affects metabolism.
The skinny fat including cellulite is subtle but present on her buttocks and upper back and front legs. Some compare her curves to Kim Kardashian, as both likely have at least a slightly underdeveloped sacrum vertebra and possibly a lumbar vertebra or two as well. She may even have an underdeveloped thoracic vertebra(e).
Metabolism has tendencies to slowly decline in relation to aging. Diet, exercise, lifestyle, metabolism, and BMI matter, but so do genes/genetics/DNA. It will be interesting to see how well Ariel Winter manages and maintains her weight and body shape figure as she ages.
Ariel Winter Figure/Shape – BT2
Actress Ariel Winter enjoys a day at the beach sporting blond hair in her Body Type Two shape/figure with her boyfriend Luke Benward. She rose to stardom thanks to her role as Alex Dunphy in the ABC comedy series Modern Family. The series successfully concluded on April 8, 2020, after eleven seasons. It is reported that her next project will be as the lead role in NBC’s upcoming comedy series Hungry, replacing star Demi Lovato.
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