“I fell for it.”
“Within a few weeks, a major shift happened to my motivation and mentality. I was no longer focused on the intrinsic benefits of exercise — endurance, endorphins, energy; instead, I was hung up on how toned my abs, arms, and legs looked — the “proof” of how fit I really was. Like Kayla says, you can’t fake fitness. Exposing myself to her version of a bikini body brainwashed me into believing I needed to look like the girls on her page to validate my healthy lifestyle. I was Pavlov’s dog in a case of classic conditioning — trained to associate the bikini body with health.”
Yep. Kayla is making thousands of dollars every month by brainwashing thousands of insecure, weak-minded, gullible, impressionable women and girls into thinking they have to be skinny as a rail and have washboard abs in order to be happy, healthy, confident, fit, successful and accepted by society. This is a great article, well written as well. It should state that the majority of Kayla’s followers, likes and subscribers were bought. That’s right. In case you didn’t know there are hundreds of sites that sell fake followers, likes, subscribers and even positive reviews.
Read the article here –