This is Jennifer Smith: View this post on Instagram Escaped from home improvements. 💃🏻 Fitness complete. ✅ Back to finish and tryyy to keep up with my parents! 🤦♀️🛠🏡#theyrethehandiest #ididntgetthehandygenes A post shared by Jennifer Smith (@jensmith008) on Jul 16, 2017 at 3:50pm PDTSmith is a CrossFit Athlete and a former collegiate track-and-field athlete who is sponsored by Reebok, so you know she is the real freaking deal. And if you had any doubt, here is her holding something VERY heavy: View this post on Instagram Who else got alllll jazzed up watching the clean ladder!? 👊💥🙋🏋🏻♀️ Coliseum energy is ahhhh-mazing! ✨ #crossfitgames A post shared by Jennifer Smith (@jensmith008) on Aug 5, 2017 at 3:27pm PDTAnd in case you couldn't tell, she is in incredible shape. View this post on Instagram Who needs two feet to be fit AF!? 👊💪 - Thiiiis ☝️(and the air bike) is about to be my best friend for the next 5 weeks thanks to @bridgebuilt! 🙌 So thankful for your support over the years! 💙 #1weekdown A post shared by Jennifer Smith (@jensmith008) on Jun 7, 2017 at 7:17am PDTReally incredible shape. View this post on Instagram Fitness level on the rise! 👊💥 ••• 📸 @prestonsmithphotography A post shared by Jennifer Smith (@jensmith008) on Aug 23, 2017 at 8:32pm PDTAnnnnnd here's one more picture just to serve as a reminder to get your squishy butt to the gym later: View this post on Instagram See you tomorrow Nashville! 💥✌️ #roadtrippin #roadtoregionals A post shared by Jennifer Smith (@jensmith008) on May 24, 2017 at 7:04pm PDTAnyway.Smith is very open about her rigorous workout routine, and posts pictures of herself in the gym constantly. She works hard to maintain her ripped-ness, which is why she is warning people not to fall for those deceptive 'before-and-after' pictures that are all over Instagram.To prove that 'transformation pics' are usually BS, Smith decided to uploaded this 'before-and-after' of her very own, but there is a twist: the pictures on the left and the right were taken 15 minutes apart, proving that "15 minute abs" are actually a thing...if you already had abs in the first place. View this post on Instagram Ahhh the power of lighting, body posture, and a good smile! 😐➡️😃💪#transformationtuesday #15minuteslater •• 📸: @sevanmatossian //@ascudds A post shared by Jennifer Smith (@jensmith008) on Aug 15, 2017 at 12:55pm PDT"Ahhh the power of lighting, body posture, and a good smile!" wrote Smith in the caption alongside the hashtags #transformationtuesday and #15minuteslater.Basically, your physical appearance can vary based factors like lighting, posture, and angles, so don't take these pictures so seriously, because the people in them are probably working really hard to make sure they look perfect—just not in the gym.