In case you (somehow) missed it, Kayla Itsines is the Adelaide local behind the cult-fitness program 'BBG,' which has millions of women around the world following her 7-minute workout schedules to lose weight, gain muscle and tone up.
At just 25, Itsines has an app, a book, a range of workout merchandise and over 6.7m engaged Instagram followers.
Yeah, we're now reassessing our life choices, too.
And to make matters worse - for us, certainly not for Kayla - Forbes has just released its first ever 'Top Influencers' list, which showcases those who have the biggest social media followings in their sector, and, naturally, who make serious cash off their posts.
The BBG founder came in first place, beating New York based fitness trainer Jennifer Selter and fellow Australian Emily Skye, with the report stating she made $17m last year off her 'Sweat with Kayla' app alone. Plus with her ever-growing Insta' fame, Kayla can make up to $150,000 per Instagram post.
So, what makes Kayla's account standout from the millions of other fitness bloggers on social media? Her relatable and down-to-earth posts. She regularly shares long stories about her family, partner, fitness journey, and even tips on washing sneakers - as well, of course as those abspiring mirror selfies and before-and-after results.
While $17m a year would do us just fine, the 2016 BRW Young Rich List ranked Kayla at number 51 on the list, reporting that last year she made a total of $46m.
Talk about #fitspo and #girlboss goals.
This article originally appeared on Marie Claire.