Tag – You’re Sh*t.

Let’s get this clear right out of the box.

I used to own a business that had multiple offices and many staff.

I ALSO used to weigh closer to 300lbs than I ever would have admitted.

I trained in a gym for A LONG TIME before my body looked like someone who trains in a gym.

Today doing the rounds of the interwebz is a screen-shot of a bitchy nothing taking a snarky stab at people in this weight bracket who chose to go to a gym to train. Huh, what a mole?!

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So, this creature thinks women (or is it just one woman?) over 300lb are disturbing. Well, I think bullying is disturbing. And don’t get me started on bad grammar.

But she TAGGED herself at the gym where she was clearly training and those same 300lb people that she so clearly wishes to not see exercising also were.

She’s rude, wrong and way out of line. But for me, I keep coming back to the fact that a business (whose entire basis for operating is improving the health and fitness of the widest possible market share it can get it’s hands on) has been implicated in this mental peanut’s crappy behavior.

Is it right for them to be copping the flack from such a comment going viral? Probably not.

Fairly or unfairly, a business reputation is built on not only what you say and do but what those associated to you say and do. In this age of social media, that web gets cast pretty darn wide and is bound to catch some turds. Would you allow your own business and living to be marred because someone does something stupid while aligning themselves with you?

Is it a fantastic opportunity for them to show support to the majority of gym-goers who AREN’T the poster children (yet) of fitness but who are in there paying fees and slogging it out anyway? – HECK YES IT IS.

Stand up SnapFitnessCaloundra and be good enough to show your members that they are valued, regardless of where they are right now and that you won’t tolerate bullies in your gym.

Maybe you want to pop over to their facebook page and shoot them a message to encourage them to stand up for ALL of their members and developing a happier, safer and all-round more awesome training ground for everyone.

And if I was that judgmental pelican’s SEXXAAAY personal trainer – I’d be very happily down one client from today. Bullies are way not sexxaaay.

Peace out,


6 thoughts on “Tag – You’re Sh*t.

  1. People should be admired for wanting to change their lives, not bullied and made to feel worthless. Z should be ashamed of herself. And a public apology from the gym and perhaps revoking her membership.

  2. I’m not a gym goer but I do attend a bootcamp. I’m a runner and I love to run. If I’m up the street and see someone in gym gear or out running who doesn’t fit the world’s idea of a what a gym person or runner looks like, quite frankly I want to stop and give them a huge cheer and clap them on. They are THE most inspiring people ever! Great post, we can never judge a person’s fitness journey by what they look like because we have no idea where they are with that journey.

  3. Well said! It is people like this that make it so hard for people wanting to turn their life around. You should not have to be afraid of bullying because you are trying to live a better life.

  4. and the fact that this loser is busy tagging herself rather than concentrating on her own workout speaks volumes. i agree with unsportywomencanrun, this twit could maybe look to this woman she vilified as inspiration rather than spouting this kind of drivel.

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