'Exposing Fitness' Instagram Photos Call Out Photoshop Fakes: 'Devin Physique' Posts 15-Second Ab Clapback [Video]

Paula Mooney

The Instagram account called "Exposing Fitness" calls itself the savior of the fitness industry. With a tagline that claims you can't fake fitness, the Instagram account has gained more than 1,110 followers on Instagram after only 63 posts.

Most of those posts seek to expose people that the site claims are using the telltale signs of Photoshop magic in their social media photos. Plenty of those telltale signs include warped mirrors or curvy objects behind a person when they are trying to make their waists thinner or their hips curvier, which is a big trend in fitness these days.

Not all of the photos on the "Exposing Fitness" Instagram account show people who are guilty of using Photoshop to reduce their body fat percentages. The below photo shows a woman enjoying her fitness competition selfie, with a thin woman in the background being criticized for appearing too thin. While some could accuse the photo circle of skinny-shaming a woman, the description reveals the hope that the woman is not suffering too much for the sake of a bikini competition.

At times using rough language, the account calls out a variety of fitness experts whom they claim are using Photoshop for their "Adobe gainz" instead of real-life gains. The hashtag #adobegainz has more than 4,550 posts as of this writing. Some of those folks featured in the photos are fighting back against the claims, such as what "Devin Physique" is seemingly doing in the below video that shows himself going from a pudgy tummy to six-pack or eight-pack ripped abs in a matter of seconds.

Devin's transformation video was posted as a "Transformation Tuesday" video in the wee hours of the night on Tuesday, June 14. In a short period of 11 hours, the video had gained nearly 250,000 views and more than 600 comments.

Kayla Itsines recently posted the following photo of a woman who has been following her program for a year, but Liza Parker found herself the subject of criticism by some folks who claimed her "booty gainz" were fake, as reported by Us Magazine.

"Congrats! Amazing job!! Pay no attention to the negativity... People's jealousy doesn't change the fact that you've worked very hard to get to where you are now...you've inspired me to get the app and start working out..."

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