I’m a fit gym girl – I was dress-coded for showing too much stomach even though men had tiny shorts on

A GYM girl has slammed after being given a dress code for “showing too much tummy”.

Maria Reyes shares videos on her TikTok documenting her fitness routines and meal plans.

Maria Reyes says she was given a dress code at the gym because she showed

2

Maria Reyes says she was given a dress code at the gym because she showed “too much” stomachPhoto credit: @misspanacea/tiktok
She said the

2

She said the “Karen” had no problem with men wearing short shortsPhoto credit: @misspanacea/tiktok

In a recent post, she attacked the “Karen” who asked her about her training set.

Maria was wearing sweatpants and a sports bra when she was told there was too much skin.

In the clip and outfit, she said, “I just got dressed in this exact outfit at the gym because I showed ‘too much’ abs.”

The 20-year-old fitness trainer said the woman has no problem with men wearing short shorts to the gym – but came for her anyway.

Some say my outfit is unsuitable for a funeral, I want to look a little sexy
I laughed at my brother's baby name - it's crazy but it sounds like male genitals

Maria captioned the video, “But the Karen didn’t say anything to the guys wearing booty shorts and low-cut tank tops.”

With thousands of likes, it went viral and users quickly jumped in defense of the woman.

In the comments, one person said, “Change the gyms babes they were just intimidated.”

Another person said: “Embarrassing for the gym you look amazing.”

Meanwhile, a third added: “Time to cancel this membership and go elsewhere.”

Another fitness influencer revealed how people at the gym have a problem with their “poor” outfit.

And one gym-goer said people had a problem with her working out in shorts and a sports bra.

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/7024365/dress-coded-too-much-stomach-gym/ I’m a fit gym girl – I was dress-coded for showing too much stomach even though men had tiny shorts on

Emma James

USTimesPost.com is an automatic aggregator of the all world’s media. In each content, the hyperlink to the primary source is specified. All trademarks belong to their rightful owners, all materials to their authors. If you are the owner of the content and do not want us to publish your materials, please contact us by email – admin@ustimespost.com. The content will be deleted within 24 hours.

Related Articles

Back to top button