The most popular profiles of Instagram

You can check who is the most popular

Verified Account


I’m all about body positivity and embracing and loving our bodies and what could be seen as our imperfections. I show my body in all shapes, lights, angles and fitness levels and at all stages I love who I am, although at some stages I do feel better & happier because I’m fitter and stronger. I feel my absolute best when I’m active, strong and healthy. A bonus to being healthy and active is that you end up looking good too and there’s absolutely nothing wrong with wanting to look good - as long as you don’t jeopardise your health to get there! No matter how we look, no matter what size, shape or ethnicity we are, we are all amazing and beautiful and we should focus on what our body can DO rather than how it looks. It’s something I try to do and sometimes fail at doing to be honest. I’m human and sometimes I beat myself up when I’m not where I want to be fitness wise and I’m hard on myself, sometimes I dislike myself and the way I look but I try my best to practice what I preach and show myself LOVE. It is SOOO hard to do sometimes but I really try to treat myself the way I treat my daughter Mia and how I plan on treating her when she’s older. I’ll teach her to show love, kindness, compassion, understanding, support and gratitude towards herself and to others around her. 💕🙏🏼 I strongly believe that in order to be our best, especially for our loved ones and in order to properly SHOW love we have to start with ourselves first. 💗☺️ . . #selflove #bodypositivity #13monthspostpartum #emilyskye
Most of you are probably aware that I bloat very easily, so I’ve often avoided using protein powder which is annoying because it’s so convenient to grab a protein shake after working out if I can’t eat straight away. Recently I started looking for a brand my stomach could tolerate and a lot of people suggested @womensbest and they jumped on it pretty fast and sent me their range. I tried their vegan protein fairly confident it would be a disaster like the others I’ve tried, but surprisingly I had no reaction at all! So I tested it again, & again and still no bloat or cramps!! 😃🙌🏼 So after discussion with the brand about what they’re doing, and the ingredients they use, I started learning more about them. Their team then offered me the opportunity to work with them and I couldn’t say no! 😃🙌🏼 I am excited to announce that I am now a Women’s Best ambassador 💪🏼 - I’ll be banging on about it anyway haha! 😝 Which leads me to thank you all again. It’s so hard this social media thing because sometimes you forget that there are beautiful faces behind every like and comment. Without your support I wouldn’t get to do the things that I do, and I wouldn’t be able to work with brands like this, and truly live my dream! It’s a lot of trust you place in me, and I don’t take it for granted. Every day I’m researching and learning more and more so I can feel the best I can and help you feel the best you can too. ☺ This is the reason I became a PT all those years ago because working out and healthy eating changed my life in so many ways and I became obsessed in a good way and haven’t stopped harping on about it a decade later! 😃 This is just one piece of the puzzle and there’s so much more to come! 😊 . .
All 3 pics are roughly a year apart & I’ve gotten STRONGER each year! 😃🙌🏼 A year before Mia, 9 months pregnant & 11 months postpartum. Isn’t the woman’s body incredible! It literally morphs itself into a home for little humans! 🙌🏼 Before I was pregnant, while and after I’ve received comment such as: “you’re too skinny, too lean, too muscly, too manly, not enough shape, not feminine etc. While I was pregnant they said: “You’ll be like other fitness models & personal trainers and you will barely show, won’t gain any weight & will snap back easily”. I also was told my body would be “ruined” and I’ll never get it “back”. While pregnant I gained roughly 24kg, I didn’t have a small belly🤰🙊 and I didn’t snap back at all. It took a LOT of hard work and consistency and definitely wasn’t easy and it TOOK TIME - It took almost a year to get back to the fitness level I had prior to being pregnant! I did it healthily, without overdoing it and of course while Mia was my absolute priority. I worked on my business and traveled overseas numerous times for work. Also contrary to what people assume I don’t have a nanny, cleaner, or family nearby to help... of course there’s nothing wrong with having help, in fact I think it’s important to but I personally haven’t had it. I’ve made sure I shared the whole process of my postpartum journey and shared my most vulnerable times when I had tough days, baby blues, self doubts as a mother. I showed myself when I was far from my best in the hope it helps some of you to know that nobody is perfect & to believe in yourselves, go for the things you want in life and never give up. Life is tough, you have bad days and sometimes you feel like throwing in the towel (I did many times) but you CAN do it. Don’t ever listen to negative people who doubt you and put you down. Don’t let them bring you down to their level - they want you to feel as unhappy as they do unfortunately. You are AMAZING & worthy - you can do anything you set your mind to just don’t let negative Nancy’s distract you - there’s a lot of them out there but there are far more kind, supportive people out there so make sure you surround yourself with them!☺️ X Love Em.
Swimmers & chunky white sneakers are apparently in right?! 😝👟👙 The weather has been so good here lately! It's so hot that I have to wear sneakers with my bikini otherwise I think my feet would cook on the hot ground haha. 😂 My training has been a little better the last few days. As some of you know I've had some crazy gut problems lately which has made training really tough. I seem to be getting better now though! 😃🙌🏼 I'm really looking forward to being able to get some tough training sessions under my belt! But first I’m off to Sydney again tomorrow for a few days. I’ve been going away every week at the moment. 😬 I’m really craving having a routine and more structure to my days when I get home (and hopefully I stay there for a while haha). That was one of by goal for this year, to implement a routine for our family. I’ve also been working on getting Mia to sleep earlier and earlier each night so that I’m not up half the night working and doing housework etc. Does it ever get easier? 🙈 She really demands my attention which makes it almost impossible to get anything done.. And she’s still not sleeping during the day either so it’s important she gets a good night sleep at night (and me too haha!) 😝 To be honest sometimes I doubt myself and whether I’m capable of it all but I quickly change those negative, unhelpful thoughts. I’m sure I’m not alone with feeling like this sometimes? I absolutely LOVE being a mother it’s just sometimes it gets so overwhelming with all the travel I do for work, crazy hormones from Mia weaning from BF, sleep deprivation & getting unwell - all happening at once. 🙄 Seriously mums & dads - you all are so amazing! I think we get so caught up in all the things we think we’re doing wrong that we forget to actually pat ourselves on the back for all the things we do right! ☺️ Anyway, there’s an update from me! 😉How has 2019 been going so far for you guys? Have you been working on making any changes to things you can control that you’re not happy with? - That was one of my goals for this years and it’s not easy but necessary I think! 💗😘 Sending love! X #fitfam #mumlife #1yearpostpartum

Popular Categories Browse the most desirable categories

Instarank24 is ranking Instagram profiles We have created Instarank24 to help you reach the profiles of the most influential people on Instagram.