Swedish fitness influencer Malin Bjork first came into the limelight in 2016 after sharing her incredible physical transformation after the baby. Since then, she has garnered nearly 600,000 followers on Instagram, became a certified personal trainer, and even started an online training program called Fitnessmom.
Most posts by Björk emphasize how to exercise and eat (mostly!) Can not work wonders only for your body, but also for your mind. But what makes her even more intriguing is the fact that she has always managed to keep things real with her followers.
If you look at her profile page, you'll find that she occasionally shows her seriously toned butt and abs, she also shares transformation photos that are completely different from those that she used on the internet are. (See also: Anna Victoria explains why she does not care that she has gained weight.)
Last, she took two photos beside her and showed her prey achievements in a pose-mirror selfie, along with another one Photo in which she is not actively trying to show her "good side".
"When you sign in to your social networks, you may be feeling all those beautiful and" perfect "bodies," she wrote. "But behind this post and the perfect lighting there are bodies that most people can identify with – never feel discouraged about your true body and everything that goes with it." (Associated: This blogger shows how much squeezing your butt changing his appearance)
In addition to the fact that lighting and angles remain realistic, Bjork has also opened "Before we started a family, I was afraid to get sagging skin and stretch marks," she wrote in the caption of another Side-by-side game in which she played some intentionally excited abdominal muscles proudly showed her sagging skin. "I almost did not want to have children because I did not want to" destroy "my body," she admitted.
Today, however, Bjork hugs every part of her body – "mistakes" and all. "You're part of me and my journey and who decides what beauty really is?" She wrote. "Being a mother is beauty."  Björk expresses this hope by sharing these raw materials Unprocessed parts of her body and her life encourage others to put health and happiness above the look of her body. "It's Ju a few seconds between these pictures," she wrote. "One hugs my hard work in the gym and the other hugs motherhood."
Bjork's contributions are a great reminder that you should not feel bad looking at other people – period – Instagram or IRL. Remember that you can not achieve anything through the comparison, and everyone has their own highlight role … and the "good" side.