No not everybody can do it. Its a lie to state "no pain no gain" also. I do not teach my students that in the end with enough time spent in the gym they would also have the "perfect" body. For example, if a women has had to have any surgery in the stomach area, muscles have been cut, and no amount of "crunches" will remove that little pouch. In considering the "perfect" body, each one of us has to consider our history, and make our goals realistic. To set a standard that is not obtainable, is to set somebody up to fail. No amount of exercise will give women back eighteen year old breast. The best that can be accomplished is to strengthen the underlying muscles for better support. Cellulite is considered related to your DNA. If you mother had it, likely you will also. I have seen the most perfect bodies, that have done all the right things, have this condition. I teach the ladies in my class first to accept their bodies, set a goal, and work toward it. To not compare their body with others, and to accept what can be changed and love what cannot be changed. I congratulate you, for you are the first "perfect" body I have ever seen. I for one will never reach that status, and I thank God for my imperfections each day.
See you at the gym.