Cassey Ho is an award-winning fitness instructor, entrepreneur and personality based in Los Angeles, CA. She is the creator of Blogilates, the #1 female fitness channel on YouTube with over 300 million video views and 3 million subscribers. As a certified group fitness instructor and Pilates mat and Reformer teacher (ACE, NESTA, Balanced Body), Cassey has been motivating people to move for nearly a decade.

The magic all began when Cassey started breaking the rules. Fusing pop music together with her classical Pilates routines, the way Cassey melded the music to the mat was unlike anything the industry had seen before. Students began to crave her innovative choreography because it brought the fun back into working out! She decided to call it POP Pilates®.

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When Cassey posted her first POP Pilates® workout video on YouTube back in 2009, it was intended only for her 40 students to see. In fact, the only reason why the video was created was because Cassey was moving cross-country and she wanted to leave a farewell workout video for her class to do anytime they missed her. Little did she know that this genuine intention to serve her students would end up being the first building block of what would eventually become the infectiously inspiring world of Blogilates.

Today, POP Pilates® is now a live class and internationally recognized instructor certification program (ACE, AFAA, NASM). In a groundbreaking partnership, 24 Hour Fitness aligned with Cassey to make POP Pilates® the official Pilates format of all their gyms in the United States.

From authoring her best-selling book, Hot Body Year Round to designing and manufacturing her own performance activewear line, POPFLEX – Cassey is continually evolving the world of Blogilates to help bring more value and happiness into the lives of her community members, aka “POPsters”.

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In 2016, Cassey launched her toughest body transformation program, PIIT28: an equipment-free Pilates Intense Interval Training workout that takes only 28 min and 40 sec a day. The results, mental and physical, are absolutely phenomenal.

Cassey has been featured on numerous media outlets such as Good Morning America, Dr. Oz, The Steve Harvey Show, PEOPLE Magazine, COSMPOLITAN, SEVENTEEN, The New York Times and she recently graced the cover of HEALTH Magazine!

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If there’s one video of Cassey’s that you would like to watch, let it be this one, The Perfect Body.

  • capuholic

    Thank you

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  • Megan

    I don’t usually post but your video the “perfect” body made me cry. People only see what is on the surface and words that can be meant kindly often hurt the worse. “Why don’t you ever finish anything?” Is something I hear a lot. “You have great ideas, why don’t you implement them?” “Why can’t you follow through?” All kindly meant but each time someone says something like that… I feel like a failure. And every time, I give up. I know that your video was about body image but you are also helping people understand that one word could make all the difference. I want to do things and I try, but I often let words get in my way. Today I started a journal. Its called My all around task journal and I have to write down my tasks for each day and a quote. I also have a personal mantra to say and write down every day. My mantra is “I am strong in this moment. No other moment matters. I am strong today. No other day matters.”
    It helps me remember that nothing can hurt me unless I let it hurt. It may not change the past or the future but it will change my view of both. And that puts me in control. So hopefully when I hear people asking me why I “gave up”, I can say I didn’t. It is just not my important moment right now. People may not understand but it is something I can look at again and again, to know I am not a failure. No one is a failure. It just isn’t their moment.

    • Sydney

      That’s beautiful :)

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  • Sandra R

    Thank you Cassey .. you are a life saver ..Thank you for helping me get my figure back.

  • RJ Cash

    Totally right Cassy! The inside is what really counts! People might judge you for your body but not the one who really matters. God.

  • Katie

    Hey Cassey I was just wondering, what is your crew like? Who helps you film your videos? Who helps you make your clothing? What’s the word on all that?

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  • joelle vastel

    je viens de terminer votre livre “PopPilates”,enchantée ! bravo pour votre travail !

  • HEY! I SAW YOU GOT POPSUGAR YOU MUST HAVE BOX WHY YOU BOTHER MY POPSUGAR THING YOU KNOW WHAT YOU’RE FIRED!!! AND GET OUT OF MY ANNA RENDERER BICTCH!!!!!!!

  • Julianna

    Hi Cassey
    My name is Julianna I am 12 years old and I am doing Pitt28 and it has worked but I am stuck and every time I look in the mirror I always tell myself you look fat ugly and it is starting to get to me I was wondering I f you ever would be in the Bay Area so maybe we could chat I have no social media by I use the app thanks for helping me please let me know
    Julianna Giammona

    • anna

      Dear Julianna, I’m sure you are a girl with many wonderful qualities, please don’t let you body image affect how you feel about yourself! Just try to eat healthy, stay active and be happy about all the nice things in life. Big hug

    • Kaleab

      Hi Juliana, my name is Kaleab and I became worried by your comment. It made me sad that you looked down upon yourself due to what you look like in the mirror. However, what shocked me the most was your age. You are 12 years old – 12! It is so sad that at such a young age you look down upon yourself, but to be honest you remind me of myself. I was always overweight as a child and still am. I did not like my appearance but at the same time I did not care as much about my appearance. I was young and being the optimist that I am, I focused on the more positive aspects of my life. What I personally suggest for you to do is to join a sports team. Instead of focusing on your appearance, you should focus on your abilities and talents. Spend time learning or enhancing your skills. Joining a sports team may be fun because not only is it great exercise but you may be able to meet new friends. By focusing on your abilities rather than your appearance in the mirror, you would be so much happier. By the way, true beauty shines from your soul and covers your physical body is a beautiful aura. Generic beauty is something that you can buy at the make up section in a department store.

    • Arianna

      Hi Julianna! I used to feel similarly about my body, and it spiraled into a horrible journey of anorexia, and self hatred. Please don’t let your body take over your life. Life is so much more than that. For me, I used a lot of self-talk and gratitude to gain a more positive body image, maybe that could help you too.
      Good luck, and remember, YOU are not your body.