If there's one eternal truth of the internet, it's that people will try to shame your body. Whether you're posting bikini pictures, posting fully-clothed pictures, or not posting pictures at all, some gutless loser will try to make you feel bad about your god-given corpus. That's when you have to turn to the experts: social media fitness gurus. They get hate from hundreds of anonymous body-shamers every day, and they're as skilled at clapping back as they are at squats. Here are some of their best tips on how to handle the haters:

1. Ignore them.

Dana Falsetti overcame a binge-eating disorder, lost more than 100 pounds, and became a yoga instructor who can pull off a mean crow pose. She maintains an Instagram page where she posts photos of her wicked moves, never even deigning to acknowledge the disgusting trolls who constantly mock her for having a little excess skin, and not trying to hide it.


2. Get ahead of them.

Fitness guru Anna Victoria posts plenty of Instagram pics where her stomach looks perfectly flat. But she knows as well as anyone that the key to a flat tummy isn't working out—it's the camera angle. So to preemptively shut down any judgmental losers, she proudly posted this photo of her stomach rolls.