The fact that you brag about your fitness level reveals something negative about your character.

You have my question. When was the last time you visited a place and didn't share images or go "live" on social media? Try as you would, it's not your fault if you can't remember.

In today's "always online" society, it seems that nothing ever happens until it's documented on social media. This is especially true for things like Facebook, Instagram, and Snapchat, where users feel as though their actions are always being watched.

Fitness and gym activities are significantly affected. The right term is #FitnessSessions. No matter what we do, whether it's a 6 am stroll or a sweaty gym session, we need to share our "fitness routine" to show how hard we work.

After realizing they're not interested (and why should they be?), you invite them to Zumba or hot yoga to justify why you started 'talking' about it.

We support self-love and self-care, but there is a difference between the two. Brunel University London found that anyone who enjoys tracking their workout practice may be narcissistic.

What if you do the same? Simply examine how you react when someone constantly posts gym and yoga photos on Facebook and Instagram with #Fitness Goals. Freakish, right? If you constantly post about your fitness, your followers will react similarly.

Keep moderation in mind. It may be inspirational if you write about major body changes or trying anything new, but it may be aggravating if you don't know when to stop.

Friend opinions on fitness blogs are always reliable. However, building a fitness blog to channel your narcissism and spare your fans with daily fitness updates is preferable.

Watch this space for further developments.