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Fitness Influencers Often Do More Harm Than Good, Research Suggests

By Isabel Thakur
Published in Health & Wellness
May 10, 2023
1 min read
Fitness Influencers Often Do More Harm Than Good, Research Suggests

I just read this article about fitness influencers and it was super interesting. Basically, the research suggests that a lot of these influencers are actually doing more harm than good. I mean, we’ve all seen those Instagram accounts that promote crazy diets or extreme workouts, right? But turns out, a lot of people are taking these influencers’ advice and getting hurt.

The article pointed out that a lot of these influencers aren’t even certified trainers or nutritionists, which means they might not actually know what they’re talking about. Plus, a lot of them are promoting products or supplements that may not necessarily be safe or effective.

Personally, I can totally relate to this. I’ve definitely tried some workouts or diets I’ve seen my favorite influencers doing, and I’ve had mixed results. Some of them have been really helpful, but others have just left me sore or feeling disconnected from my body.

Overall, I think it’s important for people to be aware of the potential dangers of following fitness influencers blindly. It’s great to have inspiration and motivation, but at the end of the day, we need to make sure we’re taking care of ourselves and doing what’s best for our own unique bodies.

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