People Went Crazy After Fitness Model Shared A Pic Of Her Stomach To Show “Real Life”

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Even though Emily Skye has the perfect body, the fitness model proves on Instagram that she’s as real as everyone else.

It doesn’t matter if you have abs or no abs, a big booty or a little booty, big hips or small hips, tall or short, thick or thin.. ALL shapes & sizes are B E A U T I F U L – Embrace being you & love your body! Nobody else in the whole world has the same body as you & I think that is pretty damn cool! I’m nowhere near my fittest, healthiest, or my best “shape” but I’m happy and love the way I am anyway! Being your “best” is a journey and it’s full of ups and downs! Having a healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body and so is accepting and loving who you are…even when you’re at your worst! ☺️ . . Snap chat: emilyskyefit @emilyskyefitness @emilyskyebeauty @emily_skye2 . . #healthymind #lifestyle

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The 32-year-old posts a lot of perfect pictures on social networks where her body leaves you breathless. After a  month’s holiday, she shows us that she is a human after all. Lately, Emily posted a picture on Instagram in a bikini and on the other side of the pic, she captured herself sitting down with her rolls.

Sometimes I look like the pic on the left, sometimes times I look like the pic on the right. – I don’t always have abs or look lean and I’m never “perfect”. . So many people are aiming for this idea of “perfection”… but what exactly is perfection? I used to beat myself up for not being perfect (whatever that is). I’d actually feel like my “worth” was less if I didn’t look a certain way. My goal at one stage was to get rid of my belly fat so that when I sat I’d have no “rolls” – now I see how ridiculous and superficial I was being. Yes there’s no denying, I like to look good, as most people do but it’s not healthy when it becomes an obsession and your “self worth” is attached to your appearance. . I’ve just returned from being overseas for a month. I ate what I wanted and enjoyed it, I also gained a bit of extra body fat which isn’t a big deal because my lifestyle nowadays isn’t about restricting myself & I like it that way. #noregrets . Life isn’t perfect and neither are we. I love myself no matter how I look and it’s this self love that motivates me to make changes in my life so I can feel my best… like exercising and eating nutritious food (& treats for mental health hehe). . I was once sitting at a fitness shoot and was told by someone (while pointing at my belly) “Fitness models don’t have belly rolls when they sit” – I was so upset about this & felt so inadequate and this only led to me being more obsessed with being “perfect” or as “lean” as I could be. Nowadays I know better. My priority is how I feel mentally and physically and I won’t sacrifice that to look a certain way OR to get the approval from anyone else! . Please consider what goes into a photograph you see online or in magazines… and also what goes into looking a certain way, for example; posing, angles, lighting & even photoshopping! A lot of what we see in these images is not “healthy” or “realistic” and comparing ourselves will never do us any good. Focus on your health – mental and physical and focus on being YOUR best. . #perfectnever .

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The model wrote on her description:

“Sometimes I look like the pic on the left, sometimes times I look like the pic on the right – I don’t always have abs or look lean and I’m never ‘perfect.”

“So many people are aiming for this idea of ‘perfection’… but what exactly is perfection?I used to beat myself up for not being perfect (whatever that is). I’d actually feel like my “worth” was less if I didn’t look a certain way,” she added.

Wow. It’s totally inspiring to see a fitness model to post like this. She shows all of her followers that all body sizes are beautiful.

What we love about Emily is that she is sending a strong message to people who give a lot of attention to the way they look. Sometimes it’s okay to let your hair down and enjoy yourself.

In the picture she posted she explained that her life goal was to have “no rolls” when sitting down, and now she finds that ridiculous.

It doesn’t matter if you have abs or no abs, a big booty or a little booty, big hips or small hips, tall or short, thick or thin.. ALL shapes & sizes are B E A U T I F U L – Embrace being you & love your body! Nobody else in the whole world has the same body as you & I think that is pretty damn cool! I’m nowhere near my fittest, healthiest, or my best “shape” but I’m happy and love the way I am anyway! Being your “best” is a journey and it’s full of ups and downs! Having a healthy mind is just as important as a healthy body and so is accepting and loving who you are…even when you’re at your worst! ☺️ . . Snap chat: emilyskyefit @emilyskyefitness @emilyskyebeauty @emily_skye2 . . #healthymind #lifestyle

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She wrote:

“I’ve just returned from being overseas for a month. I ate what I wanted and enjoyed it, I also gained a bit of extra body fat which isn’t a big deal because my lifestyle nowadays isn’t about restricting myself & I like it that way.”

The Australian fitness guru is known now to share pictures of different angles of her body, showing us all that the “perfect” image is also a trick.

I have something to tell you… I have a dessert baby! Haha! . ⬅️ On the left is my belly when I’m not bloated & standing with a “tight tummy” or what I call “good posture”. . ➡️ On the right is my tummy VERY bloated after eating dessert last night! (It was SO worth it by the way ). . Perfection doesn’t exist, which is easy to forget when we spend so much of our time on social media being bombarded by “perfect bodies” – or what “appears” to be. . So here’s a reminder from me that I bloat.. I also have stretch marks, cellulite and pimples (as you may have seen in previous posts). I’m nowhere near perfect.. and that’s fine by me! ☺ . #perfectnever #foodbaby #bloated #emilyskye . . @emilyskyefitness . .

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Emily may well be a fitness model icon, but it’s brilliant she’s sending out a powerful message that actually, no-one is perfect, even if you think they are.

Now go treat yourself.

Source:unilad

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