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London - Everyone knows an exercise bore – the friend who shares every detail of their gruelling training regime.
Now it appears fitness fanatics are spreading their gospel online – and driving Facebook and other social media users mad.
In a survey of 1,793 people, 53 percent said their most annoying contacts on social media are the ones who constantly post updates on their fitness and latest diet.
Gym enthusiasts were closely followed by foodies who can’t stop taking photos of their meals.
Third on the list are the self-consciously enigmatic, who write mysterious status updates to get their friends’ attention.
Online game players, pushy parents and jet-setters – who “check-in” to let you know their location – were all major social irritants.
Also in the top ten were “oversharers”, who are always promoting their latest business venture or charity event.
The survey, commissioned by Sweatband.com, found more than half the respondents reduced their social media use to block the irritating updates.
Sweatband.com’s Maz Darvish said: “We all have those friends who tell us about every single calorie they burn.
“Whilst social media has given us a great way to keep in touch, it’s also given us another way to bombard people with things they just don’t care about.” - Daily Mail