Many people are finding inspiration for new workouts and fitness goals on the website, Pinterest.
While you can learn new workout activities, some experts worry that some of the messages and pictures people are pinning could be harmful to your physical and mental health.
You'll find a lot of pictures on Pinterest of women with perfectly-sculpted bodies. A lot of pinners' boards are also named "Fitspiration" or "Thinspiration."
"A lot of the pictures are unrealistic and especially if you look at the airbrushing," Judy Donahue said.
So, experts warn that aspiring to achieve these goals could hurt your self-esteem.
"We get the visual that unless I look like this ideal body shape I see over and over again, nothing I do is really valuable," Sanford Healthy Lifestyle Coach Shelly Hoefs said.
Hoefs says because of genes and other factors, not all women are meant to be a size two. In fact, it's not healthy for all women.
"Rather than looking at what is a healthy person, look at what are those actions that we put in to be a healthy person," Hoefs said.
Hoefs says you can use Pinterest in a positive way to help your workout routine. You just want to make sure the workout is doable for your fitness level.
"We could set ourselves up for injury," Hoefs said.
You might want to talk with a personal trainer about a workout to make sure it's safe for your fitness level and age. Also, with so many options online, Hoefs recommends finding an activity you enjoy, rather than one that has a lean, celebrity body attached to it.
"Leaving me wanting more versus overdoing it and then making me not wanting to do it anymore," Hoefs said.
Along with workouts, inspirational quotes are also popular pins. Once again, Hoefs encourages you to find sayings that motivate you in a positive way.
"Things that make us feel good and make us feel that we're not judging ourselves, that we can find those real reasons for a healthy lifestyle versus that visual image of something that may not be attainable," Hoefs said.
"It's not always realistic, so I try to do just the best I can," Donahue said.
Because even with advice from a website, the best is all any one of us can do.