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There’s no doubt that many who post their fitness routine do so to provide inspiration to others. It’s not just that they’re healthy. They want you to be too. But, a recent study done by Brunel University in London found some posted their fitness results for a very different reason.

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1.Narcissists Frequently Updated About Their Achievements

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This was motivated by their need for attention for validation and attention.

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2.Status Updates Of These Kind Were Found To Earn The Most “Facebook” Likes

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However, researchers found that doesn’t mean people like seeing the posts. Rather, they are just trying to be polite.

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3.What’s The Upshot?

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Your friends probably know your motivations. If you’re posting this kind of updates for your sake instead of theirs, consider posting them less often.

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