There's Good and Bad News About Posting Gym Selfies

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A new study from the University of Arizona and Texas State shows that if you post pictures of yourself hiking, doing Crossfit, or basically any form of exercise you're making your social media friends feel bad about themselves. The more exercise related posts a person sees online, the more they worry about their own weight. The good thing that may come out of this though, is that it does lead to motivation to get in shape! Click the link in the tweet below to read more! 


Don’t forget to get your @SWEAT on this week!! Book your workouts in your calendar like appointments! 3x a week for 28 minutes plus 4 walks for 30 minutes at 4.0MPH or 6.0 KMPH❤️❤️ An example week would be.. MONDAY - legs✅ TUESDAY- walk ✅ WEDNESDAY - Arms and Abs ✅ THURSDAY - walk ✅ FRIDAY - Full body ✅ SATURDAY- walk !! 💪💪 You got this ladies 😘 www.kaylaitsines.com/app

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