The Downfall of the Fitness Industry is Upon Us (Bad News)

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As much as I hate to see it happen, the fitness industry is shooting itself in the foot time and time again. We are experiencing the downfall of the fitness industry, and if we thought we had an obesity crisis on our hands currently, wait until you see what happens over the next several years.

Getting in shape is no easy task. It takes dedication, consistency, perseverance, and the ability to mentally and physically push your body to its limits. It’s hard enough getting people to start on their fitness journey, let alone have them keep going when they find out just how challenging the entire process can be.

Everyone wants a quick fix and a magic pill that will transform their body overnight. People flock to Instagram and social media to engage with people they admire who have amazing physiques that look like a piece of art. Unfortunately (or fortunately, depending on what side of the fence you’re on), many of these “influencers” and even professional athletes are coming clean, and it’s causing a snowball effect that could very well be the end and downfall of the fitness industry.

👉👉https://www.ironmaglabs.com/2022/the-downfall-of-the-fitness-industry-is-upon-us-bad-news/
 
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LOL
 
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tldr basically the article thinks that admitting to steroids or surgery will somehow make people not interested in fitness. this is wrong, it will just make people more willing to do steroids or surgery.
 

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