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Blogger Fitness Rebate Reviews With Creative Video

Who could imagine that even a fitness blogger, pilates instructor and personal trainer could fall prey to nasty comments about his body? Incredibly, this is what happened to Cassey Ho, who after receiving several rude messages on social networks, decided to produce a video, as a kind of outburst mixed with awareness, in which it appears altering the image of the body itself to stay in accordance with what some netizens expect her.

The fitness blogger talked about what led to her making the video: "Malicious comments, cyber bullying - all of this messes with us - and it hurts. Since I started on YouTube, I've been attacked, but I've learned to deal with it. But in the last few months this has become very negative, in fact terrible. I do my best to hold back my tears, but sometimes it's too much. Then I break down. "

"In this video you'll see what it's like to be constantly bombarded with a revolting negativity. You'll see what it's like to have your self-esteem ripped out. You will read real comments left by real people. You will see me struggling with my own appearance. What if I changed? What if I had a leaner waist and a bigger butt? So, would everyone be happy? What if I lived in a world where I could change my body? So, would I be happy? "

In the video you checked above, Cassey appears by looking at the comments he receives from netizens after posting a photo. While some are positive and cool, saying that it is an inspiration to many people, others turn out to be quite evil.

Posts like "You should not give advice since you are so fat" or "Why all coaches have a little, but you do not? "appear on the screen and make the trainer feel that she is questioning her own body.

Then, after reading these messages, she appears changing her body: the blogger fitness leaves the butt, gets even leaner, increases the size of your breasts, sharpens your face and even gains eyes clear

Finally, she takes another photo to post again on the internet and leaves the message: "What would you change?"

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The idea that the video passes is that no matter how a person is, there will always be negative comments about it on the internet once it is exposed. After all, Cassey is undeniably in good shape and even then she was called fat.

Another lesson we can draw is that we need to pay close attention to what we say about others on social networks. What to us may sound like an innocent comment, really has the power to hurt a person and cause him to question himself. Also, requiring people to have a perfect body is not at all healthy and can greatly harm the person.


What did you think of the video? How do you see the aesthetic standards that people are looking for nowadays? Comment below!

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