Should ‘gymfluencers’ be allowed to record workouts at the gym?

Should ‘gymfluencers’ be allowed to record workouts at the gym?

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Gyms have long been a place to unplug and focus on health and wellness but, some gym-goers are fed up with “gymfluencers” recording their workouts — and invading personal space. NBC’s Emilie Ikeda reports for TODAY about the growing gym etiquette debate.