Something that I read the other day that really stuck out to me is that "Instagram is just one big highlight reel for everyone." Though that's not a bad thing at all and to each their own, I know that with that being the case, a lot of people's perspective on certain aspects of life such as family, relationships, and especially body types can be unrealistic because people choose to show you what they want. Throughout my current fitness journey and during my years as an athlete, I was never satisfied with the way my body looked. Not saying that I thought I looked bad, I just never could look in the mirror and feel like I was where I wanted to be. As fitness on Instagram began to become more popular I started obsessing over how I wanted my body to look like all these different people not realizing that it's NOT possible. YES it's possible to create a healthy, fit body, however, it is impossible to imitate how someone else looks. As I continue to go through my fitness journey, I hope to help people understand that you can only work to become the best version of you and what makes you happy. I no longer aspire to have a specific body image that I once obsessed over. I took what God gave me, added in my passion for fitness, and just rolled with it and I can honestly say that I'm pretty satisfied now with where I am. I intend to continue making fitness a lifestyle and just keep knocking down the goals I've set for myself. Though it's still only the beginning, I hope to continue to inspire others through my videos and posts to get up, workout and just become a better YOU. Because baabyy there's no one else like ya so why try to fit the image of someone else when you can just discover who the best you there is.
P.S this video is not to brag or say heyyyy look at my body, this is about self-loveee and me being proud of the progress that I am making 😁🤗 #selflove #motivation