Every time posts on Instagram about working out, people leave cruel comments, and she has had enough. In a recent Instagram post, the plus-size model shared some of the criticism she’s received from nosy people on social media and also set the record straight about why she works out. Spoiler alert: It’s for herself, not for anyone else, and not because she thinks she needs to change.
Graham wrote on Instagram that when she posts about working out, she gets absurd comments like “You’ll never be skinny, so stop trying” and “Why would you want to [lose] what made you famous?” In response, Graham explained that she for a ton of reasons, among them feeling good, clearing her head, tackling jet lag, staying flexible and strong, and keeping her energy up. She also said that she personally isn't working out to lose weight, because she’s happy and confident in her body.
Quick reminder: No one should ever feel the need to justify the decision to work out. And this whole situation really shows that Graham simply can’t win. Some commenters assume she’s unhealthy because of her size, urging her to lose weight. Others are critical of her fitness routine, telling her she "needs her fat" in order to remain successful. Ugh.
News flash to everyone criticizing Graham: Having a passion for fitness does not automatically mean someone is or trying to change it. Graham exercises for reasons besides those, and everyone should respect that.
Anyone who follows Graham on social media can see that she's committed to staying active, and she’s physically strong as hell. In just one of many examples, a , Graham crushes sledgehammer swings, push-ups, planks, and the equivalent of a human sled pull.LoadingLoadingLoading
Graham has had to shut down Instagram trolls many times before. , she from a campaign for her collaboration with the brand Swimsuits for All. In the post, Graham was cheering on the models and showing off pieces she had designed. Unfortunately, commenters made inappropriate assumptions about the health of some women appearing in the ad, and Graham had something to say in response.
“Don’t make comments on my page about health, especially if it’s not your own body,” . “Your health is your business. Don’t put your insecurities onto other people. Beauty comes in all shapes and sizes. Media should be showing a more diverse group of women and their different skin tones, bodies, and ages altogether.”
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Source : https://www.self.com/story/ashley-graham-workout-criticism