The 23-year-old personal trainer is being convicted for telling people her age not to watch Netflix anymore

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A fitness trainer has been labeled ‘arrogant’ and ‘judgmental’ after shaming other people her age for eating fast food, watching Netflix, and ‘living every day’ – all while rejoicing in starting her own business and go to the gym daily.

Mackenzie Smith, 23, from Phoenix, Arizona, claims to be able to teach people how to live a happy life through her fitness regimens.

On Sunday, she shared a scathing assessment of “ most ” of her peers to her 18,000 Twitter followers.

She bragged that she was ‘not the same’ as others her age because she ran her own business and developed a growth mindset while just ‘partying every weekend’.

A fitness trainer has been labeled 'arrogant' and 'judgmental' after shaming other people her age for eating fast food, watching Netflix, and 'living every day' - all while rejoicing in starting her own business and go to the gym daily.

A fitness trainer has been labeled ‘arrogant’ and ‘judgmental’ after shaming other people her age for eating fast food, watching Netflix, and ‘living every day’ – all while rejoicing in starting her own business and go to the gym daily.

Mackenzie Smith, 23, from Phoenix, Arizona, claims to be able to teach people how to live a happy life through her fitness regimens.

Mackenzie Smith, 23, from Phoenix, Arizona, claims to be able to teach people how to live a happy life through her fitness regimens.

Mackenzie Smith, 23, from Phoenix, Arizona, claims to be able to teach people how to live a happy life through her fitness regimens.

On Sunday, she shared a scathing assessment of `` most '' of her peers to her 18,000 Twitter followers.  She bragged that she was 'not the same' as others her age because she ran her own business and developed a growth mindset while just 'partying every weekend'.

On Sunday, she shared a scathing assessment of `` most '' of her peers to her 18,000 Twitter followers.  She bragged that she was 'not the same' as others her age because she ran her own business and developed a growth mindset while just 'partying every weekend'.

On Sunday, she shared a scathing assessment of “ most ” of her peers to her 18,000 Twitter followers. She bragged that she was ‘not the same’ as others her age because she ran her own business and developed a growth mindset while just ‘partying every weekend’.

However, the fitness fan was soon criticized for her ‘selfish’ attitude when the tweet went viral, attracting thousands of comments – many claiming her methods were ‘bully’ to others.

Social media users suggested that she “ put others down to build herself up ” and pointed out that there was different performance than being in the gym.

Unrepentant despite the backlash, Mackenzie claimed she was used to taking “ warmth ” for her posts, but insisted that she only shared the post to “ inspire and help others. ”

‘I’ve taken the attention of my tweets before, so this is nothing new to me,’ she said.

Fitness fan was soon criticized for her 'selfish' attitude when the tweet went viral, attracting thousands of comments - many claiming her methods were 'bully' to others.

Fitness fan was soon criticized for her 'selfish' attitude when the tweet went viral, attracting thousands of comments - many claiming her methods were 'bully' to others.

Social media users suggested that she `` put others down to build herself up '' and pointed out that there was different performance than being in the gym.

Social media users suggested that she `` put others down to build herself up '' and pointed out that there was different performance than being in the gym.

Fitness fan was soon criticized for her ‘selfish’ attitude when the tweet went viral, attracting thousands of comments – many claiming her methods were ‘bully’ to others. Social media users suggested that she ‘put others down to build herself up’ and pointed out that there was different performance than being in the gym

Unrepentant despite the backlash, Mackenzie claimed she was used to incorporating 'warmth' for her posts, but insisted she only shared the message to 'inspire and help others'

Unrepentant despite the backlash, Mackenzie claimed she was used to incorporating 'warmth' for her posts, but insisted she only shared the message to 'inspire and help others'

Unrepentant despite the backlash, Mackenzie claimed she was used to incorporating ‘warmth’ for her posts, but insisted she only shared the message to ‘inspire and help others’

‘I specifically call these kinds of tweets polarizing. It catches people’s attention and helps me connect with others who think the same.

‘Ultimately, I am confident in what I am doing because I know what my intention is.

‘The only reason I post content is to provide value, inspire and help others. That is the ultimate goal.

‘People will always interpret content to suit their own view of the world.

‘If they choose to be offended and lash out, so be it. That just means that my content was not intended for them. ‘

Not to worry: Mackenzie said she was used to taking in heat and wanted to be polarizing

Not to worry: Mackenzie said she was used to taking in heat and wanted to be polarizing

Not to worry: Mackenzie said she was used to taking in heat and wanted to be polarizing

The tweet quickly went viral, spawning over 7,500 retweets, likes, and replies.

Mackenzie’s original tweet read, ‘Most 23 year olds: party every weekend, eat fast food, watch Netflix binge, live day to day.

Me: starting my own business, optimizing my health, learning new skills, developing a growth mindset, going to the gym every day.

“We are not the same.”

Thousands of people responded to the tweet with their own thoughts, most of which seemed offensive to her choice of words.

Mackenzie, who took a selfie in the gym in the photo, said she works out every day and can't understand why others her age don't.

Mackenzie, who took a selfie in the gym in the photo, said she works out every day and can't understand why others her age don't.

Mackenzie, who took a selfie in the gym in the photo, said she works out every day and can’t understand why others her age don’t.

One Twitter user wrote, ‘Bringing others down to build yourself up? Maybe work on that growth mindset a bit. ‘

“You see, you’ve also developed your mindset of being a cow,” added another.

“Imagine you’re 23, the age when you’re probably most free in terms of lack of responsibility coupled with disposable income, and not enjoying yourself,” said a third.

A fourth wrote, “It’s not a great accomplishment to grind 24/7 at a time when it’s perfectly acceptable to relax and enjoy.”

Mackenzie’s reference to partying didn’t go unnoticed either, with one writing, ‘Babe we’ve been in a global pandemic for over a year. Who the f ** k is partying every weekend at this point. ‘

Thousands of people responded to the tweet with their own thoughts, most of which seemed offensive to her choice of words.

Thousands of people responded to the tweet with their own thoughts, most of which seemed offensive to her choice of words.

Thousands of people responded to the tweet with their own thoughts, most of which seemed offensive to her choice of words.

Another user tweeted, “I swear the only people who talk like that are pyramid schemes.”

One respondent added, “I can’t wait for these tragic people to turn 60 and have the same job as the rest of us, realizing they’ve wasted their twenties.

“So selfish, so judgmental, so arrogant.”

Mackenzie's reference to partying didn't go unnoticed either, with one writing, 'Babe we've been in a global pandemic for over a year.  Who the f ** k is partying every weekend at this point.  '

Mackenzie's reference to parties didn't go unnoticed either, with one writing, 'Babe we've been in a global pandemic for over a year.  Who the f ** k is partying every weekend at this point.  '

Mackenzie’s reference to parties didn’t go unnoticed either, with one writing, ‘Babe we’ve been in a global pandemic for over a year. Who the f ** k is partying every weekend at this point. ‘