In July 2016, former Playboy model Dani Mathers made a reallllllly bad judgment call—and Snapchat was there to catch her in the act. While in an LA Fitness locker room, she snapped a nude photo of a 71-year-old gym-goer with the caption "If I can't unsee this, you can't either."
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We do a lot of things for the Insta. We show off our latest workout with a sweaty selfie. We humblebrag our newest race day bling. We pride ourselves in #NoDaysOff and celebrate other badasses who grin and bear the pain and gut their way through a workout or race.
What we don't do? Boast about our epic rest days. Until now, that is.
Earlier this year, Amelia Boone, an ultrarunner and World's Toughest Mudder Champion, tweeted to her 18,000+ followers, "People don't brag about rest days like they do their 'epic' runs, but they should."
When we think of the anti-Photoshop movement, British model and body-pos acitivist Iskra Lawrence is one of the first names to come to mind. Not only is she the face of #AerieREAL, but the posts she regularly shares with her 3.5 million Instagram followers are all about embracing your curves and beauty sans retouching.
A fit-fluencer's six-pack. Double tap. Scroll. A happy vacay beach selfie. Double tap. Scroll. A fab-looking birthday party with everyone dressed to the nines. Double tap. Scroll.
Your current status? Old bathrobe, feet up on the couch, no makeup, yesterday's hair—and no filter is going to make it look otherwise.
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