Life isn't about having the best abs or the leanest legs. Life is about accomplishing your dreams and contributing your talents to the world 🌎 in the short amount of time you have on this planet. Think about it. Let it sink in. I encourage you to treat your body like the sacred temple that it is. It is a GIFT 🎁 to be able to move everyday. Don't take it for granted. 💦 Sweat because it makes you happy. 🍴 Eat well because it gives you energy. And if you do that to the best of your abilities, and you can make time for your friends, your family, and your dreams, you will sculpt your best body while truly living life. I am so proud of the body that I have because I can see it getting 💪 stronger everyday. My cardio ❤️ is better than it has ever been. I can sprint, jump, and go NUTS during #PIIT28 and still control my breathing. I can touch my chest to the floor during tricep pushups! And I feel so good sweating. I get INSANELY PUMPED and HAPPY after my workouts. 👊💥 I wouldn't trade this feeling for anything. As far as work goes, I am so thankful EVERYDAY to be running Blogilates, POP Pilates and designing new collections for POPFLEX. 👙 Sure it gets crazy at times running a few different businesses, but I love what I do SO MUCH. I am so happy. Life is about balance and doing the best you can. If I wanted a crazy shredded 6 pack, I'd spend too much time at the gym and my businesses would suffer. If I spent all my time on my business, my health would suffer. Balance your life with what makes you happy. And to me - it's my health, my friends and family (that includes you guys), and my business. #Blogilates
YouTube fitness star Cassey Ho is known for her bubbly personality and body-positive message, but she's also not afraid to talk about her past struggle with anorexia. "I thought I had to be super skinny and super toned and all of that kind of stuff, and compared myself with other fitness people and Instagrammers," Ho said while speaking on the #GirlLove panel at VidCon, the biggest online video convention.
Ho has talked about her eating disorder in the past, but this time, she added a message we could all stand to hear again and again: "Once you realize there's so much more than your abs and your booty, then you can really thrive in life. There is so much more to life than your body."