‘I need to look into this’: A woman finds ‘sad truth’ in ‘fit me’ meme

In a video that went viral in 2016, an online fitness blogger shared her own experiences with “fit me” and her friends who believed they were looking better than others.

The video, which has been viewed more than 2.5 million times, featured the woman wearing a Fitbit tracker that her friends said was showing her the exact same progress as her own.

But she said the results didn’t justify her “sad” conclusion.

“I am a fitness nerd and I’ve spent my life looking for answers, and I think this is the truth of the matter, because I’ve found it, and it has given me hope that people can do this,” she said in the video.

And then, when you do, you’ll see that it’s not what you think it is.” “

The truth is, you’ve got to take your time and look for the best fit.

And then, when you do, you’ll see that it’s not what you think it is.”

Fitbit says the video was not meant to be a health advice video.

(YouTube: Fitbit)A second video shared by the woman, called “Fitbit” in the comments section of the original video, is also making the rounds on social media, and is being shared on YouTube.

In the video, the woman says she believes she is one of the “fit” people, and that her progress is “pretty darn accurate.”

But when asked why she thinks she is so successful, she says, “I have to take my time and make sure that I don’t fall into a trap of thinking, ‘Well, this is my way of doing it.

I’m gonna work on it.

I was doing it for my health, I was doing this to get fit, I had to make sure I didn’t lose muscle or fat and I was like, ‘I can do it,’ ” she said.””

The woman said her fitness “grew so much that it just didn’t matter to me.””

I was doing it for my health, I was doing this to get fit, I had to make sure I didn’t lose muscle or fat and I was like, ‘I can do it,’ ” she said.”

But then I looked back and it’s like, wow, this was a mistake.

You have to really listen to what your body is telling you.

And it doesn’t matter if it says, ‘You can’t eat right now.

You’re fat and unhealthy,’ ” the woman continued.”

It’s a very hard thing to get right, and for a lot of people, it’s a really hard thing.

But the truth is it’s worth it, if you do what you’ve gotta do.

“And I started thinking, what if I wasn’t actually working out?” “

So I was kind of thinking to myself, ‘well, what’s going on?’,” she says in the interview.

“And I started thinking, what if I wasn’t actually working out?”

She said she decided to find a different way to look after herself and “found myself with a lot more energy.”

But Fitbit doesn’t recommend that people focus on weight loss or fat loss.

“Fitbits are not intended to be health products, they’re intended to provide a unique fitness tracking feature to people who want to improve their health,” a FitBit spokesperson told CBC News.

“When a Fitbits user has used a Fit to measure their fitness over the last year, they have achieved or exceeded their daily physical activity goal for the day and their resting heart rate and other fitness metrics have increased,” the spokesperson said.

The spokesperson said Fitbit will continue to update the data it collects on users, and has created a tool to help users make more informed decisions about their health.

“It’s our job to improve people’s health, and to be part of that effort, we’ve made the decision to delete the data from the Fitbits app,” the Fitbit spokesperson said in a statement to CBC News on Wednesday.