5 Minute Butt Workout + Crying Under Stress

5 Minute Butt Workout + Crying Under Stress

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Hey guys!

It is time for your new 5 Minute Beautiful Booty workout! I can’t believe I paired the Kneeling Hot Potato with the Kneeling Hammy Kick. It was literal death. This is my fave butt workout since the 6 min to a Sexy Booty routine. I hope you enjoy it 😀

Last week honestly was one of the hardest weeks of my life. Maybe THE hardest week of my life. I was under so much stress, a lot of people were expecting many different things from me so I was working late til 4am for 5 nights straight. I know it’s not healthy, and I didn’t want to, but I had to to get things done. In fact, I didn’t even know I was under so much stress until my sister called me and asked me how I was doing. When I tried to explain to her how I was doing, tears just started rolling down my face uncontrollably. It was so weird. It was like she pushed a button and the dam that was holding back my tears was released and there I was sitting in a puddle of my own stress. After our talk I felt better. I was like, cool, I’m good. But then then next day, I had an interview with a reporter about Blogilates and then they asked me “So what’s a normal week for you like?” I don’t know what happened…but I started uncontrollably crying AGAIN! It was sooo beyond ridiculous. I was A LITERAL MESS last week. But you know what? When you need to cry, just cry. It’s a stress reliever and a way to heal. I used to think it was a sign of weakness so I tried to force myself to hold back tears whenever I needed to let go, but now I know it is a part of me, and a natural way for me to deal with my emotions. So if you’re a “cryer” and you’re reading this, don’t feel bad about it, embrace it! Anyway, though I was extremely stressed, I got to do a lot of cool things last week! So I want to share the experience with you. First, I got to help design my very first POP Pilates set ever! We worked with a top Hollywood set designer to come up with some concepts for my set, but every time he turned in something, I just didn’t feel it. So I took matters into my own hands and sketched out a very rough drawing of what I was envisioning. Here’s what it looked like. The pink highlighter represent pink lights.IMG_7321

When I got to see the set in real life for the first time, I almost died. I mean…

IMG_0742WOWZA! Look at how big the POP Pilates sign is! (Even bigger than the one in my drawing! You couldn’t imagine how long I stood there gawking at it!) And those hearts!? They were 3-D printed! SO COOL! I never thought in my life that 1) I would have a real POP Pilates set 2) that I would ever get to design a set, and 3) that I’d be standing in my own sketch! SO CRAZY! Just so you know, this is the set for all of the POP Pilates educational videos for my instructors. I don’t think we will be using these on YouTube. You still get to hang out in my house with me 🙂IMG_0752

Here I am with my 2 fellow POP instructors Jen and Jaclyn!

ihrsaLast week I was also at IHRSA presenting POP Pilates to gym owners and fitness professionals! Here I am with my fellow POP Pilates instructor Lexi on stage teaching! I will be announcing new certification dates and locations soon. I cannot wait to get more of you to be a part of the POP Army and start teaching with me. Remember, even if you do not live in the US, you can still train to become POP Pilates certified! You can get more info here. We’ve also been working on a TON of amazing new designs for BODYPOP. OMG I cannot wait to debut the next collection you guys. There is also a reason why I’ve been waiting so long to release this particular collection. You will understand why when I tell you. Trust me, every minute that you’re waiting will be worth it. Ok love you so much and have an INCREDIBLE start to you week! Happy #MarchofthePOPsters!



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  1. Kathryn St John-Shin says:

    Whatever happened to this room for your instructor videos? Why don’t you use it anymore?

  2. sharonsaw says:

    Dear Cassey,
    Just want to let you know that it is okay to cry. Sometimes crying can be the best way for you to let it out. I cry like a lot because I am a type of person that can’t hold back my tears especially when there are times I feel like it’s too much for me to handle.Half of my life so far, I started to cry when people mocked me because I am fat, I feel like I’m being bullied mentally although I don’t show that I’m upset about it and covers them by laughing but deep inside, I’m 100% hurt..
    Sometimes I cry in the bathroom because I don’t want anyone to see me cry and to think that I’m weak, I find it silly but I can’t help it. My point is, if you feel like you want to cry, just go with it. Trust me it will make you feel much much better. Stay strong there 🙂 Hugs and kisses:) and Thanks a lot for being such an inspiration.

  3. Lisa says:

    Dear Cassey,
    I love your website, it looks great!! The set is very professional, but warm & friendly. This whole month of March I too have had a REALLY stressful time. So I completely understand the need to cry & cleanse. I turned 49 this month. It’s like the warranty expired on my bodily functions. How is it I some how have diverticulitis, then the Dr tells me the fatigue is fybromalgia, but wait there’s more I some how have contracted Hepatitis C. I have never been ill. I am personal trainer, work for Job Corps, planning the activities for the students also giving classes in Kickboxing, yoga ,Pilates & TaiChi. My husband does not have it. Not had any blood transfusions I no longer want to go out in public, like I’VE done something wrong, ashamed. Your website is great. You videos are like going to the gym & taking a class with your favorite instructor. Thank you, for all your hard work. It helps slot .;-)

  4. Nick says:

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    Thank you.

  5. Dawn says:

    Hi! Sorry you had such a crazy week last week… :(. Hang in there! Just wanted to drop you a line saying I just found your blog & I LOVE the workout videos- it really helps to have a video vs photos. Also your gym is ABSOLUTLY gorgeous!
    Keep up the good work and I look forward to future posts!
    XO Dawn

  6. Rebecca Pardue says:

    we must be on the same schedule! Last week I was an emotional mess too. I hope you are feeling better. 🙂

  7. Zelda says:

    7 Peas? Loved the workout.

  8. Teresa Dockter says:

    Dear Cassey
    I’m so very sorry that you have had a stressful week. Lots of hugs and more hugs. It’s going to happen once in awhile (stress) and when it comes again do some of your own wonderful workouts and get the endorphins that come with exercising and they will make you happy. It works for me all the time.
    So chin up my little busy bee and much happiness to you!!
    Oh, and the set design is AWESOME!!
    Love, Teresa

  9. Dilek says:

    We all love you, Cassey. Stay strong! <3

  10. Julia says:

    I just got back from a vacation from California… It was for my great grandmas funeral and I call it a vacation, but that seems wrong. I don’t know…. It was great seeing my family, but the last time I saw everyone was two yeas ago for my great grandpas funeral. They’re like the only thing that brings the whole family together and that really sucks 🙁 So much happened on this trip, some good, but lots of things made me cry. I got back home today and just wanted to break down because of all the endings and the way some family members treated me and my immediate family (I’m 18 senior in HS). I went to my email after a week of ignoring it and saw the word crying and was like “omg! I’M NOT THE ONLY ONE WHO HAS BEEN WANTING TO CRY WHEN ASKED THAT THIS WEEK!!”
    I’ve been trying not to cry to look strong and unaffected by the funeral and trip, but reading this made me feel so much better about just crying. Thank you so much Cassey <3

  11. Naomi says:

    I know how you feel! In the last 3 years of college, I put such extreme stress on my self and had so many people expecting so much of me (or imagined that they did) that I would pull all-nighters 3 or 4 times per week! I checked myself into the local hospital the first day of the last term literally because I thought my brain and body were going haywire. I still shudder to think of all the damage, permanent of otherwise, that I did to myself and my body….Its scary. But I can’t undo any of it, and maybe it made me stronger down the road!! Now I am in a chronic moderate stress situation, and often feel like I can break down and cry at the drop of a pin! But your videos are HUGE to my well-being, my fitness…everything!! You are so bubbly and welcoming and open and strong!!! Thank you! You are an inspiration to so many!!

  12. Jody says:

    Hi Cassey, thank you for sharing your vulnerability with all of us. Reading this was perfect timing for me because earlier this week I also broke down crying from stress. Then after reading about how you experienced exciting things throughout this stressful time also encouraged me to look at my accomplishments over the week. We do so much because we do what we love. But thank you for sharing that sometimes it’s okay to cry when you’re stressed. Wishing you a very happy weekend! Hoping that you can free your mind of all the stress!

  13. Angel says:

    I really hope you are feeling better now, Cassey! I am a new POPster and I just want to tell you that you are so inspirational and motivating. I have been trying so hard to get into better shape and to become happier, and you have really helped me do just that! I am so glad that I found your channel, and I am so excited to be a part of this amazing group! 😀

  14. Jackie says:

    Awww hugs and love to you boo! I know what that is like… it just stores up inside of you and you keep going and going but at some point, its just too too much and then , exactly, the dam breaks and it all comes rushing out. It might be weird or even lame in some particular situations to happen, but then again its more than great it IS happening bc otherwise you might of gotten really sick with that stress and whatnot stuck inside of you with no way of coming out… and so your body would have freaked out. so its good you cried inside of keeping it in, because as you said, its the bodies normal relaxation method and you feel SO much better and relieved afterwards. Hang in there and even tho youre busy and there is so much that needs to be done and so many cool things coming your way – always try to make sure you GET ENOUGH relaxation time in… just for yourself. treat yourself right… you might not feel like youre doing too much and youre ok doing it while u do it, but in the end… your body had enough and the crying was a mild way of sAYING STOP. When I had alotta new things coming towards me and into my life within like 2-3 months …. I didnt feel the stress or anything… my days were more hectic and more strict via time settings but like… I was fine…. but then eventually my body told me… first slowly, then very strongly to back off and cool down and change sth and make time for myself to just relax (whatever relaxation means to you really). I got the shingles… from… STRESS. and you get them exactly where you’re stressed the most…. and that was the back of my head because I was constantly planning and thinking and creating and multitasking to the max… which overall worked but wasnt good for me. like instead of 2 things at the end I’d plan 5 things at the time… even ahead of time if thats making sense. so I had to back off and change things to give myself the relaxation I didnt know I needed but really had to get. and luckily (im very grateful for that) it worked. and that its ok and needed to say NO and that you dont need to be everywhere just bc other ppl are there. and that its ok to just chill when the worlds running around crazy feeling like there are better things to do.

    So dont feel bad to take a step back from things just to find your inner balance again and to minimize the stress as good as possible. they say theres good and bad stress. thats true… yet BOTH can make you sick. so a good balance is needed… like with everything else in life. but who am I telling that to, right? You tell us every day! Thank you for that! Take time for yourself and take care!!! LOve you so much!!! Feel better asap! <3

  15. syeda butool says:

    hey cassie…u r nt alone….yeah i 2 felt this way many times….and aftr reading this i agree tht it’s ok 2 cry.

  16. Helen says:

    Love you Cassey~ I truly understand how you felt. But then again with these experiences, it truly shapes us into stronger souls for the rough roads ahead. Hugs and love from us POPsters during all the ups and downs. <3 xoxo

  17. Emma says:

    Hi Cassey, I have been following your videos for over a years now and love every single one of the videos. You are such an inspiration for me.
    I am also just wondering on your shopping site, have you ever thought about having a deal to where people buy over certain amount of your items and can get the water bottles as a gift?

  18. Elizabeth Ramirez says:

    You are the best cassie 🙂 it is normal to be stressed out, but you are such an inspiration for popsters 🙂 and the set look so good 😀

  19. Lauren says:

    Cassey! I can’t believe how much pressure was put on you! But I’m SO glad you are happy again, creating your OWN POP PILATES SET! Ahhhh!! so excited for you! And for your national tour and new BODYPOP collection. you have inspired me and help get the body I want!
    Seriously, Cassey. Thank You!!! For everything! I LOVE YOU TO THE MOON AND BACK!!!! 🙂 🙂 🙂

  20. Erika says:

    I was totally working out with you at IHRSA!!! YAY!! Best. day. ever!

  21. Joyce says:

    Sorry to hear that. I am an easily “cryer”. I would not be able to hold back my tears whenever I am extremely mad or sad. I used to see that as a weakness too, but as I grow up I know that those tears are not my weakness. They are just my own way of expressing my feelings. After some cries, I can think and function properly once more. <33

    P.s.: If I am not crying I would be smashing stuff or yelling at people, so I rather cry it out then act like that.

  22. dalidemai says:

    Mucho amor Cassey!

  23. Amanda says:

    I just want to say thank you for all the hard work that you have put into Blogilates! You give your heart and soul and it really comes out in everything that you do for us. To be honest there have been times when I would be super stressed and I have actually started crying during some of your workouts. I would just break down – mostly during the dancing routines cause I would just start to feel all my worries come out. So thank you for making me smile and let go 🙂

    Love you Cassey!

  24. thewelshpenguin says:

    How do I see the playlist of videos for today on here- I am signed up to a newsletter I just can;t find how to do it!

  25. Lynna says:

    No biggie! We`re all human and sometimes we feel stressed out! It`s always okay to cry it out in my opinion.

    Thank you thank youuuu for all your incredible work for this Pop Pilates/Blogilates community! But, you deserve to have some “you time” everyday! Like, just 1 hour, do whateverrrr it is that you want! Then, you can get back to work (if you want!) LOL! 😀 I`m sure others won`t mind if you take breaks to rejuvenate your body & mind. 😉

    I`m excited for all these wonderful and new things going on for you! Best wishes!! 🙂

  26. Rosa says:

    Whenever I’m sleep deprived and stressed, I cry randomly too. You’re not alone and I hope you’ll feel better. Get more rest! 🙂

  27. Elena Bisco says:

    I just wanna say: stay strong!! I know the feeling, I’ve noticed that when I don’t get enough sleep I tend to become super-emotional and if I have something like a problem or an obstacle at that time, or even if I just have a lot of stuff to do, to me it seems like a mountain I will never be able to get over. But fortunately in those situation just having a few more hours of sleep is a great help! Then those same things will not seem as problematic!
    Therefore I learnt that when I begin to feel overly emotional about something, the best thing I can do before doing anything else is taking a break and sleep, then I will be able to get things done with more energy and enthusiasm.

    The set is awesome by the way!!! (^___^)b
    I really love the concept in general, it’s lovely and very Cassey-like! At the same time I’m happy to hear that you will keep on using your house as a set for the YouTube videos!! I don’t know, it seems more intimate, like training with a friend, and it’s different from all the other workout videos, DVDs etc… Plus we get to see how you decorate your home in the various seasons, it’s always so pretty!!! *_____*

    Last but not least, thanks for the new booty sculpting workout, it’s seriously amazing! 😀

    Lots of love from Italy!

  28. natalie says:

    Im sorry to here about your stressful week Cassey i hope your feeling better and to here abou your stressful week made me sad just ALWAYS REMEMBER WE ARE HERE FOR YOU AND YOUR MY INSPIRATION WE ALL LOVE YOU.

  29. Mama says:

    Thank you Cassey! You are so inspirational and encouraging. I am such a crier and many times my mother gets angry and calls me weak for crying. You are right, it is a stress reliever and a way of healing. It is after I cry that I feel calm, focused and ready to face the circumstance. Thank you and love you bunches.

  30. Lucy says:

    You are strong ! an inspired everyone of us ! I am broken now… and it hurts so much… Just anyone know how to just stand up and go farther ?! :-/ Or how to concentrate to work and not another bad things… thanks

  31. Giulia says:


  32. Lily says:

    I always wonder how you are as positiv all the time anyways. You’re right, it’s perfectly fine to be a mess sometimes. You are as much a robot as anyone else of us and when in doubt: Look at the empire you have created and give yourself a pat on the shoulder (or a booty pat :D) – You rock!

    If anyone wants to check out 🙂

  33. hermione says:

    Keep strong. Pace your self when you need to,cry when you need to.I am usually in similar situations, I tend to put a lot of effort and pressure onto myself, without thinking about the pay back, then suddenly I start crying at everything(moments in which I would not normally cry) or my body responds heavily and I can even show health problems(dizziness,fainting, nauseated..) due to all the stress from wanting to do everything right and right now. Think twice and relax.

  34. clau says:

    I also had a very crying week, but tears help to release… so don’t mind and go on… I went on doing routines every day.. and I just wanted to say they make me feel so good, so good. I am a new person since when I started. Cassey, keep this in mind. It is not so much, but remember somewhere in the world there is someone ( me ) who is so thankful to you for what you are doing. Big big hug

  35. Aishah says:

    Hey Cassey, I always have a little cry when I am stressed out. I fell good after the cry. To live life. (there will always be ups an down)..is how we cope and come out on top and it doesnt matter where we are….Keep going Cassey..You are an inspiration to many.I love your design..

  36. Jade says:

    You’re an inspiration to so many, you literally change lives! Everyone gets stressed out at some point and needs to cry, it’s okay! You have all of us to help you through, we’re always here for you like you’re always here for us! Much love Cassey <3

  37. Adeela says:

    I hope you are feeling better Cassey, hugs. I find that i don’t cry for a long time and then BAM, I can’t stop crying. sometimes crying is just a stress reliever, the stress leaves you through the tears lol.
    I love the set by the way, it is absolutely gorgeous!!! oh i wish i could take the pop pilates class. maybe you could extend pop pilates classes to the rest of world and create a HUGE army of posters! lol
    That butt workout got me like “booty on fire!” 🙂 could you do a back workout next please?? My back needs some loving.

  38. Zory Stefanova says:

    I think i understand you, i had a couple of crying episodes while at work last summer lol. It’s very hard to go on when everyone just keeps pushing and pushing and you try to do your best to live up to their expectations. My colleagues must have thought i was going crazy! Just try to remain calm and in control, whenever you feel stressed out and feel you’re about to lose it, take several deep breaths and try to empty your mind of everything and stay in the present moment. This works for me at least. Cheer up and keep up the great and inspirational work! And remember we POPsters are there for you and support you in all of your wonderful undertakings and pursuits! Hugs!

  39. nicki says:

    Cassey, I hope this week is a better one. I have certainly had moments of uncontrollable crying (often followed by uncontrollable laughing, what’s that about???) particularly at times in my life when I have had big decisions to make. A good cry always helps. Remember, you have lots of fans who truly appreciate all your hard work and find you so inspiring and even though we think you must be some kind of super woman, you are only human and as such you must take time for YOU when you need to.
    The set looks awesome, I’m so happy you had another of your dreams come true:-)

  40. SY says:

    Casey, thank you for sharing your thoughts and feelings. I, too, sometimes feel crying is an act of weakness, especially crying in front of other people. But I now realized more and more that for some, it’s an emotional outlet. it is comforting to have a few close individuals, to whom you know you can cry without being judged.
    You mentioned that when the reporter asked you the question, you started crying, which surprised yourself! when I read that part, I can’t help but remembering a stressful episode I went through earlier this year. I was truly surprised, not by the stress I was under, but by how much one trigger event affected me emotionally. And that was the moment I realized something was not quite right, which led me thinking and taking a closer look at my life and trying to identify where and how things got off balance. Now I know, those moments at which my own reaction caught myself off guard are precisely the moments I should pause and re-examine the situation from a different perspective.
    You are an inspiration to many and I admire your hard work and persistence. Hope this week is going to be better for you. Looking forward to seeing the next amazing thing that you are going to do!

  41. Em says:

    Thank you for the encouragement to embrace your inner cryer! I broke down in front of my theater class the other week on stage and ran out of the room I was so embarrassed. You remain an inspiration, Cassey and I appreciate you so much for it.

  42. Yasmin Green says:

    Thanks for the share Cassey … but how are you now? What’s helping you get thru your week and passed this? 🙂

  43. araceli says:

    Hey cassey I hope your feeling much better just know that your popsters are here for you ~~hugs & kisses

  44. Gracie says:

    Hugs Cassey. I’ve been through crying-at-random-times level of stress too, and while it wasn’t very fun while it was happening, it’s definitely something to look back to months/years down the road. The most stressful times turn out to be the most life-changing, I find. You just have to find one thing or person that you can hold on to as inspiration, and you’ll get through it, I promise. 🙂 Remember, over 2 million popsters love you, and you’ve changed us all so much, physically, emotionally, and otherwise.
    Nice set by the way! It’s so cute! But I’m relieved that we’d still be working out at your place. I dunno, I guess I prefer the more personal set-up. 😛
    You’re amazing Cassey, don’t you ever forget that.

  45. Nicole Ross says:

    Hey Cassey, I hope you’re feeling better <3
    I've struggled a lot with depression since middle school, and one of the biggest things for me is feeling overwhelmed. Sometimes you just need to scream and cry and let it all out!
    I've found that one of the things that really helps me is making myself make time for self-care, like a long hot shower, exfoliation, or even just shaving my legs 🙂
    Also working out is a HUGE stress relief! I get to do it a lot with my job, but some of the workouts that lift my spirits the most are yours, since you're always so bubbly and encouraging. I hope that knowing you make people all over the world smile helps take some of the weight off of your shoulders; I know when people tell me how I help or inspire them it makes me feel worlds better!
    Anyway, glad you were able to get that cry out of your system. Feel better and stay awesome! Love you so much <3
    – Nyk Ross

  46. marina says:

    Hey Cassey, Congratulations on your set!!!! I just wanted to say thank you because my life has changed since I found about blogilates. I’ve lost 7 pounds in the last 6 weeks. This used to be very hard for me but with the intense workouts and “eating clean” diet, not anymore. You’re a very inspiring person and I wish you all the best! Excelente! Muchas gracias!

  47. Kaelyn says:

    Dear Cassey, Big hugs from Malaysia! I just hope you are feeling much stronger now that you been through one of the toughest week. You have been such a sunshine and inspiration to me, all of us! Working out to your videos just made me wonder if you are a WonderWoman after all. You always say we are awesome, I hope you know, because you are awesome, we are awesome! 😀 That POP set is super duper awesome! Take good care! and have a Marvelous March! 😀 Sending many loves over!!

  48. Ihsan says:

    I hope your feeling better Cassey. I’m bad at letting my emotions show I’m a straight guy but on my own time especially with my massage job it gets to me because I’m only on commission not hourly and it’s so slow for days. I keep all this stress in and kills me bad. Well god bless you and I’ll pray that god strengthens your heart and soul when stress gets to you. You inspire me and everyone that follows your health guidance, and with god there is a great reward for that. Lift your head up and stay strong. Good night

  49. Susan says:

    Cassey I’m so sorry to hear about your stressful week, but you do SUCH an amazing job with Blogilates! You constantly inspire me and many other girls to be healthy and shift the focus off losing weight/looking a certain way to maintaining a healthy mind and well-being. I wish all us Popsters could make you one giant card to say how loved you are and how much of a positive influence on the world. I think you are doing SO well and really hope you see this to let it encourage you.
    Keep on going, and cry whenever you need to. You are such a strong, bodacious and wonderful person <3
    Here are some flowers for your day, you deserve them xx
    Love and God bless, Susan

  50. Carmen says:

    Cassey I hope you are feeling much better now. I won’t say I can totally understand what you are going through but I am here to support you as a subscriber 🙂 You are always the inspirational person that I look up to. I am looking forward to see the ‘even more successful’ Cassey 🙂

  51. Nicole Rae says:

    Thank you so much for sharing your experience! I’ve been under a lot of stress lately and have been feeling weird, dramatic, and weak, so I definitely appreciated the reminder that it is okay to need to cry!
    In other news, you def should come do a training in Florida… Just saying ^.^

  52. Erinn says:

    Hello! I was wondering if it is advised to do your workouts if you’ve got mild scoliosis?

  53. Gina says:

    I think that you’re the best! BTW, I see 9 peas….

  54. Stephanie says:

    I cannot stress the importance of SELF-CARE enough–physically, mentally, and emotionally. We all go hard all the time, and forget that sometimes saying “No” is vital to our well-being. I absolutely agree, Cassey crying is a release and a way to heal. 🙂

  55. ilend says:

    Hi Casey, it is natural to cry. I think we are created with tears for a reason to express our emotional feeling. If not, then why we are equipped with tears?. Talking about work, well I think 24 hours will never be enough for you. But the reality is that’s all you got. In 24 hours at least you need to spend 9 hours of sleeping and the rest will be on your hand to divide. Many people deal with the stress by just accepting it. Oh well that consumes alot of our energies and finally our health will be at stake too. You are a strong and smart woman that inspires me and lots of people out there . I believe you can figure out how to solve this things and share it with us

  56. jasmine duncan says:

    Oh my gosh I thought I was the only person that did that. I mean sometimes I am just so stressed that I just break down in tears and I’m 13 (lol). You are amazing so take aa many breaks as you need, you’re such an inspiration xxxx

  57. Lucy says:

    I cry all the time. It is definitely a stress reliever. In my junior year of high school I would only get 2 hrs of sleep daily for about 3 months. It was terrible. Crying and talking definitely made me feel a bit better but it is not a solution. Cassey please take care of yourself because as much as I want constantly see stuff and videos, a break doesnt hurt. We will understand. Stay strong <3 and I love you!!!!

  58. Haleema says:

    Hi cassey im 14 well technically going to be 15 this april . Anyways i just wanted to say that i love u so much i love the fact that you always have the positive vibe in you – i love it .♡ i know exactly where your coming from when you have so much to handle and then all of the a sudden it gets too much yeah im in high school but the pressure is real i sometimes feel like i cant keep up with school work, social life … its hard i hate it . But i wanted to say that when my days are dull i just need to turn to u and u cheer me up! Anyways i love you so much cassey xoxo

  59. Unfortunatly I know that feeling very well. I have been dealing with a lot of personal and family issues and was under so much stress that I actually passed out at school and had to be taken to the hospital because I had a panic attack and couldn’t breathe.

    You are such a strong person and an inspiration to so many. But it is ok to cry when things get hard. It doesn’t mean you are weak, it means you are human. I know all your subscribers are so proud watching the things that you have accomplished and I have loved watching all your dreams come true. You truly are a wonderful role model!

  60. Lille says:

    Sweet, Strong and Happy Cassey <3
    A good cry, help sometimes, cleansing you and reduces all built up stress. Good for your body and soul.
    You are so amazing and working so hard and always so happy. I guess you body needed a good cry.
    Keep up your amazing work <3 Love and Light <3


  61. Kristy says:

    I have been there too. I broke down crying 2 weeks ago in front of a room full of preschoolers I was volunteering with because I was in so much emotional pain. I too am a crier. It sucks, but you know what- you’re right. it’s okay to cry. 🙂 However, i’m been under the same thing for weeks now. I hope to stop crying so much but I understand when you don’t feel good enough. People expect you to do so much and you just can’t do it all for them, only you. I am SO glad you decided to design your first set!! It’s so pretty! It’s hard telling what it’ll be like when you just draw it down but it looks so cute when you’re finished!!!! 🙂

  62. Tamra Paugh says:

    I think you are an amazing, and positive person. We are all human and some of us let things build up and then something that doesnt usually bother us starts the tears. I definitely think crying is a great release that is more of a sign of a good heart than a weakness. I love your workouts and recipes, im so greatful you work so hard to help us all be healthy. Keep being your awesome self.

  63. Florence says:

    Hi Cassey,

    It’s not only stress that push to cry, it’s exhaustion. It happened to me a couple of years ago. We had a lot to handle at work and I wasn’t even doing overtime like all the others, but one day I arrived at work and started crying for no reason. My boss sent me to the doctor and they put me on leave for burn out… Probably like you, I have a very strong mind and I give my all in whatever I do, I just didn’t realized that it was too much until my nerves broke. I know you do a lots of fabulous things and it should be very exciting to be in your position. But don’t forget to rest and to sleep and to keep time for yourself too. Everything will happen, but it doesn’t have to be all at the same time. Thanks for all you do for the blogilates community. Keep in mind, we want to train for a long time with you, so take care!!

  64. Andrea says:

    Thank you for this! I’m a crier when I’m stressed. Sometimes for no reason and once I get started I can’t calm down know matter what! I love when you share your realness with us.

  65. Monique says:

    Hi Cassey,
    Firstly, congratulations on 2 million followers (that is such a huge huge deal!) You are just so amazing and such an inspiration. Because of you not only am I getting back into shape but probably getting into the best shape of my life, thank you!! I understand the stress that life brings at times and I know how it feels to simply stub your toe and cry uncontrollably. Just recently my boyfriend dumped me :\ Luckily my day is demanding, however, at night pop platies is my down time (my me time) and it took a ton of strength to not cry during your workouts and the truth is sometimes I couldn’t hold the tears back so, I cried but finished every workout routine. Sometimes what we do for the betterment of ourselves is hard to see but you are shaping lives. Things will become less stressful and I just know that you will work through it all and continue to be the inspiration that you are. Take care-

  66. India says:

    I had 3 episodes of crying in the past 2 weeks. That’s never happened to me before & I literally felt like a hot mess. I’m sorry you had a hard time. You’re doing so much stuff. If you ever need to take a break from a Monday video release, know that your fans will still be there. You’re human & we understand that. Proud of you for writing about this — normalizes life I think.

    PS I teach high school P.E. at an all girls school and my girls are IN LOVE with your videos. I ask them what they want to do and every day they say “Pop Pilates please”! Thank you for being you. Because of what you do and how hard you work, they are enjoying fitness.

  67. Nalu says:

    Aww, Casey, thanks for sharing your story with us. I can relate as I am really emotional but of late I’ve been holding it in, but when the urge to cry comes you just have to let it out. I am so excited for you and your new set looks awesome!! Can’t wait for the BODY POP items!

  68. Anna-Kaisa says:

    Aw Cassey! I’m also a major crier :’D Too happy, too stressed, too sad.. I cry. I’m also pretty good at holding them back, but the second I get home and see my boyfriend the dams open up :’D. It’s like when I was a kid, I would always start crying after I saw my mom.

    The set looks gorgeous! And btw I’m loving the timers on the videos! I used to always watch the videos before to see how long some tough moves would go on for so I could prepare/know how long was left, now I don’t have to anymore!

    P.S. I would love another Ladder workout! But pleeeeaseee! If you do burpees, don’t do split squat jumps… one or the other! 😀

  69. Vilma says:


  70. Melody says:

    That looks amazing having your own set! But to be honest this might sound weird but I’m reallly happy these aren’t what your videos will be like on YouTube I much prefer it as just you in your house instead of what its like on a fitness dvd for some reason I feel more motivated when it’s just you in your house

  71. Christine says:

    I was at a point where I took on too much and saw your video on the 3 things affecting weight loss. I took a look at my stress levels and sleep and finally started to say No. You do such amazing things and have inspired me during my weight loss journey. I do hope you get a vacation after all of the demands start to simmer. Please take care and I look forward to all the advice you have to share.

  72. Stephanie says:

    We all so appreciate all your hard, hard work and your dedication to us who follow your workouts daily. We are so blessed to have you as our personal trainer! You are such an inspiration to us all, and I love your beautiful, creative side! So refreshing, lovely, and motivational! Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!

  73. Chelsea says:

    You are such an inspiration to millions of people- not only for your fitness motivation, but also because of your positive energy & attitude. Thank you for showing that it’s important to be physically AND emotionally healthy (everyone needs a good cry once in a while!).

    Love the set design & I am a huge fan of the timers in the video 😉 The timers give me more motivation because I can SEE how much I have left & push myself to go those few extra seconds.

  74. Naomi says:

    I Soo know what you’re Talking about!! I’m writing my A-Levels at the moment and I feel like it’s all too much.. And the crying experience… I had some oft those 😀
    Keep On going Cassey! You Are auch a huge Inspiration for us!!!!
    Kisses from Germany ❤️❤️❤️❤️

  75. Kazuha says:

    Dear Cassey,

    I know everybody is different and clocks tick much faster in the US (I am from germany), but PLEASE take care of yourself!
    You are doing so many cool projects but they still will be cool if you need a bit more time to do them. the last years I tried many things at once and felt more drained and sick year by year. a few months ago I wasn`t able to eat without pain, lost lots of weight and all my strength. I needed 12 hours of sleep each day. I am recovering slowly but this would not have been necessairy. I still can`t teach more than one pilates or bellydance class per week and need much resttime.
    lots of love to you beautiful

  76. rosielyn bocalig says:

    Thank you ms cassey

  77. Carsyn says:

    I’m sorry last week was so rough on you! Definitely gone through a few of those. Maybe it means this week will be absolutely fantastic! 🙂 thanks for all your hard work that you do for us, Cassey. We love you!

  78. Yee Von says:

    It feels nice to be able to relate with a fellow “cryer”. Last year, I broke down in the middle of the night while revising for my exam. I was living on a maximum of two hours of sleep for like a week and I had to cram every detail into my brain. I felt pressured to score well for my parents. And then my mom was breathing down my neck every day. The stress caught up to me and I just let the dams open. So glad that that’s over. But I have another huge exam at the end of this year. And I hope I won’t repeat the whole crying session again 🙂

  79. Emily Jo says:

    All your amazing posters have already said it all so beautifully, so Ill just add that not only do you help change lives, but you are a friend through tough times, whether you know it or not, and you deserve all the blessings in the world. Many thanks, Cassey. 😀 <3

  80. Viviana says:

    Cryer right here! Sometimes, out of the blue, I think about the saddest things in the world, and I cry myself to sleep. The next day, I feel soooo much better. I don’t have particular reasons to cry upon, but sometimes it just feels good to let it go. It’s only two hours every six months, but it is better than six months of therapy.
    I love your set, but I’m so glad we’ll be “hanging” in your house. I love the rooms, the light, the house decoration, and I love the fact that it feels like we’re together. You may not be aware of the fact that you changed my life. Thank you Cassey <3

  81. Kim says:

    I am so proud of you and respect how far you have accomplished and made your work really work !
    I’ve had such a hard time, like you did, honestly the hardest time ever, after I read your story, I get confidence and decide to go for what I want to do.
    Thanks for sharing your story! 🙂 Yay Cassey!!!

  82. Donveyea Watson says:

    Thank you for sharing your authentic self. I did and still do feel that way about crying, but I also know its a sign of healing and a good way to deal with your emotions. Lately, I’ve been feeling down and upset about the changes in my life but doing your workouts help keep my stress levels down and feel better about myself.

  83. sara says:

    gracias por todo ! eres genial y transmites el entusiasmo y el cariño por los ejercicios y la buena alimentación.Tienes un blog perfecto.
    Animo ! y muchísimas gracias…………………….

  84. Javi says:

    Im so happy for you Cassey!!! You deserve just the best… I also get a little emocional reading this, knowing that one of my fav persons in the world is doing so well, you know? you’re working so hard for everything and I wish the best in the world to you. Just keep going!! <3 <3 <3

  85. Charlotte says:

    Cry make me feel bettet. I hope you doing well now. We are with you so be relax and breath 🙂

  86. Kimberly says:

    Thank you for being so honest with us–and sharing your feelings! I agree, a good cry is sometimes needed to sort through your feelings! Stay strong!!

  87. Katlin says:

    Wow! Its so cool to see how much success you’ve created for yourself and how far you’ve come since I first started doing your videos a few years ago! Congrats on everything! 🙂

  88. Yaya says:

    I love your set and can’t wait to see what you have in store

  89. Alexis says:

    Hi Cassey!

    Hang in there, everything’s gonna be fine. And most of all we know how strong you are and how amazing you are so you’ll definitely pull through all these. Just wanna say hi all the way over here from Singapore and wanna say that your videos are THE BEST and you’ve been so motivating and encouraging, which makes the weight loss journey seems less lonely! Thank you SO much, you’re duper amazing❤️ ALL THE BEST!

  90. Valerie says:

    Usually when I see the subscription emails, my focus would be on your merchandise/ recipe part haha. But this time your personal message really clicked, cus I was pretty much feeling the same this week… I also feel like crying means that I’m weak and I am worried that I may not be able to cope with all the heavy workload (or somehow I’m trying to escape from them). Thank you for your message which was really on time and kind of encourages me to go on and get things done! Stay tough Cassey <3 Btw I love the set PINK FTWWW 😀

  91. JenniferN says:

    Don’t cry! I made your PB Banana Smoothie this morning and it was AMAZEBALLS!

  92. Kat* says:

    Thank you so much for your honesty, Cassey. I LOVE that you are never ashamed to show that you are a real woman doing her best to pursue what she loves and has a passion for, and it never cease to amaze me how often your posts coincide with the same issues I’m having in my own life. I hope this week is less frantic and stressful for you, and from the bottom of my heart THANK YOU for your love, dedication and care. Blogilates has literally changed my life (and continues to do so) and I cannot thank you enough for that. Lots of love and calming vibes!!! 🙂 <3 <3 <3

  93. Crystal says:

    I love it Cassey! Such major accomplishments, you should be so proud of yourself! Now let the tears of joy flow 🙂

    About crying…you are right. If you wanna or need to cry… then cry. It DOES NOT MAKE YOU WEAK! If you think about it, it makes you stronger for what you have overcome and the happiness you get to feel from all of the tough times:) Great job! You’re an inspiration to all off us!

    Oh ya and love the set but thanks for keeping us in your home. I agree with the others, it is more personable and that’s what we all love about Cassey! How she makes us feel like she is just one of us with all the strengths and weaknesses we all have too!! ♡

  94. Teejay says:

    That set is awesome!! I’ve been like there where I just break down and cry sometimes because I get so stressed out..I havent in a while but I know how that is!

  95. Im a natural ‘cryer’… and im soo happy that you let your walls down! After crying i use to feel better!! I really do! But pleeeease Cassey dont push yourself that hard!! You are a gourgeous women, peaceful, talented and cute!! Dont add stressed to that! You dont deserve it!! Stay strong!! All popsters are here for you!! Always!!! <3 ps: im always mentioning blogitates in everything on my blog and website… you are the best and deserves to be known!!

  96. Avina says:

    Cassey I loove the work you do but please don’t stress yourself too much.. I promise if you have no time to film a new workout for us no one of the popsters will be angry! please rest some times Cassey we all want you to be healthy and not stressed. Stay true and wonderful just as you are

  97. Kristy says:

    Thanks so much, Cassey! The set looks great! However, I too am happy you arent kicking us out of your home. It is so warm, inviting and I love all your decor! As for the rough week, we all have had them at some point and it is refreshing when people are open about it. It shows you are human, real, relatable, and draws your fans in more as if we know you as a true friend. Thank you for your inspiration. Ypu are that much stronger for going through this past week. This too shall pass. God bless.

  98. Maritza Hamilton says:

    i love you so much Cassey! You’re such a beautiful human being inside and out. I am so grateful that you can share with all of us popsters how truly wonderful you are. Thank you for living… seriously! 🙂

  99. Stephanie says:


    I'm so glad that you've shared your story with us. I mean, it is heartbreaking to see you undergo so much stress yet you always put on a smile in front of the camera :'( just so you know, all of us love you so very much and we will always support you no matter what!!

    I'm so proud of you for everything that you've done for us! Stay happy <3

  100. Boukhoud says:

    Every time you surprise me with your honesty and realness, I mean that I just admire you so much and it just make me think how you appreciate us by sharing this with us. Thank you. Stay strong and we all support you and I’m a cryer so I can relate. You are loved so always think about it when you have a hard time.i can not wait for you to come to Boston.

  101. charchan says:

    I am so proud to see how far you have came Cassey! Believe it or not with every struggle every hard time i have experienced in the last 3 years i always turn to pop Pilates to help keep me out of a dark place. Everything about you and how you ensure your popsters are getting the very best speaks volumes. If it wasn’t for you i am sure i would have sunken into the couch by now suffering from depression. because of you i have been able to just keep pushing forward i challenge myself with your videos i curse you out when the workout is quite a challenge but i am guaranteed to be smiling at the end of it all. I thank you Cassey and again i am very proud to see how much you have succeeded and grown. Congrats and keep doing what you are doing because its people like you who make a positive difference int his world.

  102. Ashley says:

    Hi Cassey,

    I’m so sorry you had a stressful week 🙁 I’m a graduate student in a Master of Social Work program and in social work we have a term called self care. It’s something that is really encouraged in our program to prevent burn out. Self care is where you take a time, at least once a week, just for you. Self care can be anything from watching your favorite movie or TV show, reading your favorite book, getting a manicure or pedicure, going shopping (alone or w/ a friend). The sky’s the limit with self care, as long as it relaxes you and clears your mind. I’ve found that making collages has really relaxed me 🙂 Even though this is really encouraged in human service jobs, I really believe this is an important thing to do for everyone 🙂

    You’re set is beautiful! So excited to see it in your videos! And I just have to say you have been such an inspiration for me to get healthy and fit! Hope you have a better week this week!

  103. Shirley says:

    It’s posts like this that make me realize how human Cassey really is and how she keeps it real….many of these fitness instructors put a smile on their faces 24/7 and make life look like a box of chocolates…life is NOT all about Nike shoes, toned thighs, strong arms….life is about break ups, death, disappointments and STRESS…and when someone like Cassey admits her weakness….to me that makes her even more of a stronger person….the people that show their weak moments are the people that are the strongest and are strong enough to show their true colors not what everyone wants them to be….GREAT POST CASSEY…xoxo

  104. Gail says:

    The set looks amazing, Cassey! Thanks so much for telling us about your bad days as well as your good ones. It just helps us feel okay to be human, too, and not beat ourselves up so much. Because if the ambitious, amazing, awesome Cassey Ho can stress cry, so can we!!

  105. Riccelen says:

    SO PROUD OF YOU! The set looks like us popsters!
    This post made my day, I’m a cryer too, but now that I know it is the healthier way to relieve, I’m not concerned anymore. Thank you so much Cassey, you’ve come so far it’s amazing.

  106. Karen says:

    Hi cassis
    You are only human and we all feel overwhelmed sometimes. You are an inspiration and I love your workouts and how you motivate me and so many others to carry on. Sending you big hugs

  107. JeAnn says:

    The set is beautiful Cassey. I’m so glad you got what you envisioned. I DO know that kind of stress…..to me, that is when it’s the limit. Before I reach that point, I get irritable very easily and angry and blow up. When I’m at my limit, I finally cry. It’s also nice to cry around someone who can just be there so I’m glad you were talking to your sis the first time. You are so inspiring, thank you for everything. I hope the stress stays down for a good while.

  108. Hailey says:

    The set looks beautiful. Hang in there Cassey, I had an incredibly hard and stressful week last week too, we will get through it together <3

  109. Regan says:

    Hi Cassey!
    You are so strong and such an inspiration to all popsters! I love your determination and hardworking spirit! The set you designed is absolutely beautiful!
    Thank you for being such an inspiration 🙂 Keep up the good work!
    -Regan <3

  110. kea says:

    hey Casey….. u inspire me so plz don’t let the stress invade u. take some time to urself sister. keep on keeping on. God bless.

  111. Leah says:

    Keep up the good work!! You are an inspiration to SO many. I’m glad last week is behind you. Thanks for all you do!!

  112. marian says:

    thanks for sharing cassey(*^_^*)I agree that there is no shame in crying when you do.coz it makes u feel better after(*^_^*)I hope that your ok now coz I really love u looking greaT and happy and funny on your videos.lots of love(^-^)/

  113. Brittany says:

    I can so relate to what you’re talking about. 2 weeks ago before spring break I was so busy and had so much work to get done. Things were piling up and I was literally up till 6 am almost every night trying to get everything done. A little procrastination but still a ton of work. I broke down in tears one night and afterward I felt so much better. I hate when I cry and I know I’m overly sensitive but sometimes it’s so unavoidable. But you’re doing so many awesome things to make positive changes in people’s lives! Love your workouts 🙂

  114. Young says:

    I hope you’re not too stressed now, Cassey! <3 The set looks AWESOME; you've worked so hard and it shows 🙂

  115. Sarah says:

    I take two buses to get home, and my first bus route is extremely busy which means I often miss my second bus. At the end of a long day, I see my second bus leave the terminal without me and I break down crying. The upside to this is that I relieve all of my stress from the day and get a good walk home haha.

  116. jaja says:

    I´m glad that your video will be in your house, i feel better, beacuse you have perfect house! .)

  117. Shefali says:

    Hi Cassey!
    I think that even though you are stressed and freaking out, you should never hold back and hide it from people, especially your friends and family. It’s great that you have your sister to talk to. As a popster though I have to say Im very proud of all that you’ve done. It’s amazing. You are honestly such an inspiration. Also congrats on the set! It looks so cool! I actually want to become a Pop Pilates Instructor in a couple years. Hope you’re still going to be around haha!

  118. Holly says:

    I can totally relate to that stressful feeling at the moment! I’m nearing the end of my final year at University, with lots of coursework deadlines, final exams in just over a month and a job to manage on top! I didn’t realise how stressed I was either until I broke down crying at work one afternoon, but you’re SO right! If you need to cry, cry!!!! I’ve cried several times in the past few weeks and I feel stronger for it… I notice that after I cry a wave of motivation comes over me and I have renewed energy 😀 It’s also nice to know I’m not the only one 😉

  119. Cassie says:

    I’m super emotional too! And it’s terrible because I get admonished for crying!

  120. Love the set! Also, I love how you took things into your own hands for the design. It’s good to speak up even when there are so many people around you making decisions for you.

  121. Hosanna says:

    We support you 100% Cassey 🙂 Thank you for being so real!!

  122. Victoria says:

    Tears are liquid prayers 🙂

  123. Sarah Rucker says:

    Cassey, I am so proud of you! When people are placed in the spotlight much like you are, it somehow becomes unacceptable to show negative emotions. It is as if fame demands you to always be cool and collected. I think that’s the main reason for your success and for my LOVE of all your hard work. It is because you are TRUE, you are real, and you are easy to relate to. I mean, who hasn’t had emotional breakdowns every now and again? I am so proud of all your hard work, and your humility through it all. Thanks for being a stellar role model and fitness friend 🙂

  124. Eva says:

    I just started following you and I love your videos! You are so right about the crying thing. It seems like you’ve accomplished a lot this week, congratiulations! 🙂

  125. llacca says:

    Wow Cassey, congrats, its a lot of work done!
    Your new set is great, and will make your videos for instructors really professional-looking. But for us, please stay home. Many other instructors on youtube else excercise on the set (even if usually not that nice as yours) and I feel like I should be somewhere in the gym like they are and I almost feel guilty to train at home. But your videos, from your house? Totally different feeling, it seems right to exercise in my living room when YOU do the same. And exercising with you – in that living room, is such a time saver, that I simply do that six times a week – following your calendar. I cant imagine to find a time to go to the gym six times a week, so for me, you in your house are the best motivator for every day training.

  126. Christina says:

    As someone who is about to to my company to the next level (with many changes for the better) I completely understand how much there is to get done! You are an inspiration my friend! Knowing your dream and never stopping until you get there! Congrats on your new achievements and I look forward to your continued story!!! <3

  127. Kristine says:

    Thank you for sharing… I’m an emotional type too. Its stressful to be an entrepreneur… I am also and it can be far from perfect at times. You are doing a great job. I tell everyone about your website and how great you are all the time! Keep up the good work.

  128. Emily says:

    Remember,that all things you’re doing are so meaningful. You help so many girls to get fit, stay fit and simple love it. We are all humans, you need time for your own too, to be stronger 🙂 Thank you for sharing this emotions with us. <3

  129. Katey says:

    First of all, I hope you’re not too stressed now Casey. You work so hard to get things done, and you’re doing a wonderful job. You are a person I really look up to (keke you’re actually a month older than me but I still look up to you) because you’re such a strong-willed person. Cry as much as you like, it always helps in these situations and make sure you take time off to yourself to get your mind away from it all (e.g. go look at puppies!!!).

    Secondly, thank you for not making your Youtube workout videos on the set. Don’t get me wrong, I really love your new set, but I find workout videos on professional sets really intimidating and I’m a lot less motivated to workout because the set’s too professional. Good job on designing the set though, it’s definitely you Casey 🙂

    Thank you Casey once again for being a major inspiration to all us POPsters!

  130. Claire says:

    Love the set Cassey! But I’m glad we get to stay in your house because it just feels more personal that way 🙂

  131. Bronwyn says:

    Your set looks so good! I’m a stress crier too. But you’re right, it’s healthy–our tears actually contain stress hormones, so it’s a way of getting them out of our bodies! Glad you’re feeling better now.

  132. I loved your butt video so much, I truly felt the burn and felt GOOD pushing through it! My favourite but video so far 🙂
    Take care, cassey. Good things are coming for you and all this work will seriously pay off.

    1. Tara says:

      Can’t wait for your 18th birhday, Linda!

  133. Judi says:

    Your studio looks amazing! So cool that they could realize your idea of the studio so well. However, it’s a pity that you won’t use it for a workout for us.
    If you ever need a break and can’t make a new video for us every monday – it’s okay. We still support and love you and we don’t want you to be sleepless and full of stress!

  134. Caitlin says:

    I really love that you share this kind of personal stuff with us. Sometimes, when you feel so stressed it makes you cry, you feel very alone in your stress. Hearing about you going through the same kind of thing helps me not feel alone when that happens to me, so thanks so much for writing about it!

  135. Paige says:

    Sometimes you need a good cry!! No shame. I think I cry on the phone to my mum every other week…But wow!! The set looks so cool!! You work so hard, and it really does pay off! You deserve all the happiness in the world Cassey!

  136. KathyHeap says:

    I hope you find time to relax now 🙂 I’m a cryer too. I worked so hard on a report I will have to present tomorrow and yesterday when I thought all was done, I found out I missed an important point and when my mother asked me how I do I first reacted angry cause I was so angry with myself for having failed and later I bursted out into tears. We both said we were sorry that we screamed at each other (yes, we we had a fight like always when I feel bad, I first fight and then I cry and people find out why the heck I’m such a mess) and she helped me find the missing stuff. I have to write it after university class today. luckily I only got one.
    The set looks wonderful Cassey and thank you for the new video!!!!! 😀 I totally love to attack my booty!

  137. Sgrid says:

    You should reduce the amount of stress in your everyday life! I feel like you´re always under so much pressure! No wonder you were crying. Ever thought about taking a vacation? 🙂 Or to have X amount of hours in the day were you just chill? I think you should try it!

  138. Malin says:

    Thanx for not throwing us out of your place! hahaha xD When I read about the set I was like “wow, it looks so cool” but at the same time, the videos wouldn’t feel as personal in a set. And that’s what we love about you; that you’re so open and welcoming. It literally feels like working out with a friend! love working out with you! 🙂 thanks for everything you do! <3