I’m judged by Karens for my ‘skimpy’ gym outfits but I don’t care – it’s their issue, not mine

A TIKTOKER provided the perfect answer to haters telling her to cover her body in the gym.

The fitness fan said she will continue to wear “skimpy” outfits to the gym, no matter what the critics say.

Imogen Rose is a herbal fitness enthusiast and digital content creator on TikTok


Imogen Rose is a herbal fitness enthusiast and digital content creator on TikTokPhoto credit: TikTok./theplantbasedfit

Imogen Rose (@theplantbasedfit) filmed herself wearing said outfit Video on tik tok.

“This is now my reaction to any Karen judging my ‘skimpy’ outfits,” the caption reads.

She danced around the room in her black shorts and gray sports bra.

“Sorry dear, your internalized misogyny is showing,” she added in the caption.

Imogen shared that she’s a fan of plant-based fitness and has no intention of giving up the gym any time soon.

She has clearly shown that she supports women in dressing how they want to go to the gym.

In another video, she shared her thoughts on fitness style.

“I defend any girl who wears shorts and a sports bra to the gym to my conservative family,” she said.

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Molding the words into a popular TikTok audio, she said, “So what?”

She urged people to leave alone women trying to exercise.

“Leave the girls alone in the gym,” she added.

The video was created as part of a trend in which gymnast girls are taking a stand against unfair standards.

They target critics who hate their style of dressing while exercising.

The trending topic comes as more women hit the gym to prove that strength training isn’t just a man’s thing.

She danced her worries away after telling haters she's not changing her fitness style


She danced her worries away after telling haters she’s not changing her fitness stylePhoto credit: TikTok./theplantbasedfit

Emma James

Emma James is a USTimesPost U.S. News Reporter based in London. His focus is on U.S. politics and the environment. He has covered climate change extensively, as well as healthcare and crime. Emma James joined USTimesPost in 2023 from the Daily Express and previously worked for Chemist and Druggist and the Jewish Chronicle. He is a graduate of Cambridge University. Languages: English. You can get in touch with me by emailing emmajames@ustimespost.com.

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