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What This Fitness Star Says You Need to Do to Get Stronger

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Michelle is a mission-first journalist and content producer, telling stories that will help better other’s lives. She covers environment, health, human-interest, community and travel. Michelle lives in Santa Monica, Ca.
What This Fitness Star Says You Need to Do to Get Stronger
Massy Arias on why you need to say "yes" to life. Photo Credit Getty Images

Social-media star Massy Arias proves that strength — not perfection — is sexy. Arias has a devout following of more than 2.1 million fitness fanatics that turn to her for daily nudges that push them to the next level. And speaking of inspiration, she is currently eight months pregnant and continues her strict workout routine!

There’s a reason Arias is an effective social leader: She’s a natural at helping women realize they are stronger than they think — something that so many of us are craving today. "Say 'Yes!' to life," encourages Arias during our interview this month.

Check out the full interview with Arias and get some of her best mental tricks for eating smart and getting through a tough workout (like focusing on the number on your dumbbells rather than the size tag on your pants).

Fit Pregnancy Tips From Massy Arias

Watch fitness star & mama-to-be Massy Arias share her healthy pregnancy tips from Fit Expo with our editor Michelle Bergmann Vartan #StrongerWomen

Posted by LIVESTRONG.COM on Saturday, January 7, 2017

Get more of Massy Arias' healthy food and fitness tips on www.massyarias.com and follow her on Facebook and Instagram.

What Do YOU Think?

Has Massy Arias made an impact on the way you work out? What are some tools that you use to get to the next level? Are you surprised by how strong you are?

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