I’m a gym girl – men accuse me of ‘attention seeking’ with my outfit and they’re not wrong

A GYM girl who posts her fitness routine on her TikTok platform has been criticized for her clothing choices.

Kylen Suttner loved the comment but doesn’t plan to change her habits anytime soon.

TikToker Kylen has been criticized for her gym attire

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TikToker Kylen has been criticized for her gym attirePhoto credit: Tiktok
She's naughty

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She’s naughtyPhoto credit: Tiktok

Over 364.7k TikTok fans are following their video posts showing them working out at the gym or at home.

“You get attention at the gym when you’re dressed like this,” she captioned a new video, echoing a comment thrown at her.

She is wearing a red sports bra/top and loose jogging bottoms and looks amused.

“What do you expect?” She seems to throw back in response – and admits they’re not necessarily wrong in that assessment.

I'm a fit girl in the gym, people say I'm lucky to have a great body, but I work hard
I'm a fitness fanatic - you wouldn't tell by the way I dress, I hide a toned figure

Comments on her post were mixed.

“Finally someone who is honest,” said one.

Another pointed out the obvious: “You wear gym clothes to the gym!”

If that’s any business at all, another asked: “Why do people care why you do what you do? I can’t wait to dress the way I want when I look as good as you.”

Concluding: “Literally like that, everyone wants attention. Imagine being ignored by everyone 24/7?”

Kylen will dress how she wants to go to the gym

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Kylen will dress how she wants to go to the gymPhoto credit: Tiktok

https://www.the-sun.com/lifestyle/7088131/gym-girl-outfit-attention-seeking-fitness-health/ I’m a gym girl – men accuse me of ‘attention seeking’ with my outfit and they’re not wrong

Emma James

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