The mother of two reveals how she is mistaken for her daughter’s sister – and says the sex life is hot
A mother of two has revealed how often strangers mistake her for her daughter’s sister because of her youthful looks and stunning figure.
Paivikki Kuoppakangas, 52, from the city of Pori, Finland, has always been proud of her looks, but it wasn’t until she reached 50 that she was interested in high-intensity interval training and a progressive weight lifting program with an online personal trainer and fitness program.
Now with a beauty queen daughter Hannah, 25, the PHD researcher leaves strangers with their jaws on the floor when they discover she’s her mom and is often mistaken for her daughter’s sister.
She admits that her confidence and youthful looks have resulted in ‘hot sex’ with her husband, Marco, a chiropractic doctor, who says, ‘I feel more wonderful, energized and healthier compared to my 20s and 30s.’
Paivikki Kuoppakangas, 52, from the city of Pori, Finland, revealed that she is often mistaken for her 25-year-old daughter’s sister (photo, Paivikki with her daughter Hannah, 25, son David, now 16 years old, and Marco, her husband )
During her twenties and thirties she felt effortlessly fit and healthy and despite being a new mother to her daughter Hannah, who is now 25 years old, and to her older son, David, who is now 16 years old, she was determined to keep in shape but was not actively working on herself.
In her mid-forties, she realized that she needed to balance her metabolism by including workout routines. With some hard work and motivation, she kept her youthful looks – and a body every 20-year-old would be jealous of.
The mother of two revealed, “At the age of fifty-two, I feel fantastic and fitter than ever before.
“I’ve always been a normal weight and even skinny, but yo-yo through my 20s through my 40s.
The mom of two has revealed how she’s feeling ‘fantastic and fitter than ever before’ thanks to a high-intensity fitness plan
She claimed she is often mistaken for her 25-year-old daughter’s sister and said she has a ‘hot sex life’ with her husband (photo, on vacation)
My fitness journey has four dimensions; it’s about health, aging well, thanks to my research work in academia and spending most of my working days at the computer, married life with two children, hot sex life with man, we have been together for thirty years and break the prejudice of blonde female girls and women of all colors. ‘
She explained, “It is clearly logical and physiological that when you are happy and good about yourself, sex life will be vital.”
But she said that she had not always enjoyed sports and said, “In my twenties I did sports and exercises because I tried to be a” perfect housewife. “
‘When I was in my thirties, I took aerobics classes about four times a week to have some’ alone ‘time and get / stay fit.
The PHD researcher said she now feels more ‘fit and fabulous’ than ever, after finally finding a fitness routine she loves
Meanwhile, the mom in her twenties said she was “doing sports and exercising” trying to be “a perfect housewife” (photo, with her daughter in her twenties)
Despite doing some exercise in her twenties, Piavikki said she didn’t enjoy sports until she got older
“In my late thirties, I was a turning point when I took new steps in my academic career, from interior decorator to housewife, which meant big family changes – moving abroad and working ten to fourteen hours a day.”
She said things started to change after experiencing tension headaches after hours of work, and she let go of her clothes that didn’t fit the same way anymore.
The mother of two children explained, “I set a goal in my late forties. When I was fifty I had abs, a tight body and I feel better than ever.
“If I can do it, anyone can do it. However, I was unable to achieve this on my own.
The 52-year-old now feels more confident than ever and relies on HIIT training to keep her figure perfectly toned (pictured, left and right)
“There has been a tremendous amount of love and support from my family and friends, including the blessings of good health and well-being that I have carried throughout the journey.”
Meanwhile, Paivikki insisted that high-intensity training had been key to her success, revealing, ‘HIIT training is important to your metabolism when you reach age 50, as well as weightlifting according to research, which I did four to six times at a time do week; consistently all parts of the body, including 10,000 steps a day – not every day, but I’m trying to get that number. ‘
She added that she is often mistaken for her daughter’s sister by strangers, explaining, “[I have] A daughter, who is a beauty queen and fashion model, and on top of her serious job in international business.
“She’s a blast, so there’s no confusion that I’m her mom – I’m sometimes asked if we’re sisters, but that’s just to flatter me clearly.”
The mom of two has revealed how she and her husband still have a ‘hot sex life’, with men often telling Marco he’s ‘a happy man’
Paivikki says that to maintain a youthful physique, get yourself out of your comfort zone and take care of your diet.
She admits that men often think she is in her late thirties and claim that her husband is a “happy man.”
She said, “It has changed all the time; that’s the key to maintaining youthfulness and I always have friends in different age groups. ‘
‘I have always supported female entrepreneurs and they have asked me to participate in catwalks and fashion photo shoots.
“Since I do research and lecture in business, leadership and management, I love small businesses and to empower female entrepreneurship.
Paivikki continues to push herself out of her comfort zone and believes that challenging herself has been key to her youthful looks
‘[I’ve achieved my youthful appearance] By a good self-esteem and the urge to stay out of my comfort zone, by challenging myself to develop new skills in science. ‘
She added that people are often surprised when she reveals her real age and says, “[Men often say] “I thought you were in your thirties” or “your husband is a happy man.” ‘
Meanwhile, Paivikki advised others to make an effort to achieve the desired results, revealing:[My advice is to] Get yourself out of your comfort zone because if you stay there you will not develop at any level, the retention starts in the comfort zone.
“Start your diet; it is eighty percent of everything. The key to healthy aging is physical exercise and whatever exercise makes you move, your body will benefit from endorphins, which research also supports your mental health. ‘