Hi, my name is Chelsy and I’m a health addict.
If ya didn’t notice.
So, I’m participating in the Who Keeps Me Healthy Campaign.
Well, obviously…I keep myself healthy, but I have a ton of people that I look up to who have helped me achieve my goals.
#1. My mother…seriously, this woman is in her 50’s, run’s marathons, and has some killer legs that look like they need to be on a 20 year old.
One thing that I love about my mom is that she knows how to live life to the fullest.
She has taught me a lot about balance, which includes fueling your body with the right foods, working out because it makes you feel good, not because you want to be skinny, and lastly, not being afraid to break out your best dance moves and have a glass of wine…or two 🙂
This woman will forever be my numero uno fitness idol.
She keeps my mind and body healthy.
Plus, she is my daily running partner…so, ya know, that counts for something 🙂
#2. My little seester.
Even though I am two years older than her, this chick has always been a model of health for me.
She has been an athlete since before she could walk and I spent a majority of my life cheering for her at her club soccer games.
She lives, eats, and breathes cycling, running, and anything that involves a ball and a net.
She also has celiac disease, so eating the correct foods to nourish her body and not have an allergic reaction is a feat in itself.
Like I said…she’s a champ.
#3. The Tone It Up Girls.
Karena and Katrina are pretty much amazing trainers who have take the fitness community by storm with their workouts, health tips, and passion for living an active lifestyle.
I pretty much think we are b.f.f.’s
They have inspired me to go outside of my comfort zone w/ workouts.
They have also taught me that a muscular physique is something to embrace, not something to be afraid of.
Plus, they also taught me not to be afraid to strut my bikini no matter what shape or size i am.
#4. Last, but not least…Kris from Young Married Chic.
Kris has been someone in the blogging community that I have looked up to from day 1.
We both have struggled in the past w/ eating disorders and Kris has taught me one of the most important things ever…no one is perfect.
Every woman has her flaws.
Most importantly, you must embrace those flaws.
Kris embraces a fit lifestyle wholeheartedly, but at the same time, she leaves room for cake.
It’s all about balance, people.
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