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A bodybuilder showed how fitness influencers can make their bodies look Instagram-perfect in before-and-after photos

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  He posted the 
  video in part because he thought it was a fun idea video
  people would enjoy watching, but also because he wanted to be
  more transparent with his followers.

  "The fitness industry is known to be super, super fake," he told
  Insider. "Everyone's, like, Photoshopping their pictures,
  everyone's lying about being on performance-enhancing drugs and
  stuff like that."

  "Most influencers aren't gonna wanna show you the before photos
  because they don't look good," he added.

In 2016, Murphy posted a "10 Minute Transformation Challenge" video to his YouTube account to share what he learned about posing for photos with his followers.

He posted the video in part because he thought it was a fun idea video people would enjoy watching, but also because he wanted to be more transparent with his followers.

"The fitness industry is known to be super, super fake," he told Insider. "Everyone's, like, Photoshopping their pictures, everyone's lying about being on performance-enhancing drugs and stuff like that."

"Most influencers aren't gonna wanna show you the before photos because they don't look good," he added.

© Connor Murphy

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