I'm talking about the images that promote doing squats just to have the viewers and readers' butts to look like the ones in the picture. I can't really describe them; you have to type the words "squats" and "fitspiration" so that you'll see what I mean here.
Honestly, fitspiration that promotes squats to perfect one's rear end riles me up. I'm not against them, but why can't they just promote what they actually do to their lower bodies and core muscles healthwise (i. e., strength and flexibility) and do away with the objectionable, headless photos of women's back ends? I just started a blog on Tumblr on the subject.
What do you think of the fitspiration centered on squats, especially when they assume that regular use of them makes your butt look like the ones in the images? Again, you have to type in "squats" and "fitspiration" in the search bar of Google Images.
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