Need workout inspiration? This corpsepainted bodybuilder will show you how it's done

Goth workout influencer
(Image credit: 6ar6ie6)

In recent years, TikTok has become a thriving hub for the alternative community, offering fashion tips, makeup tutorials, music commentary and more. Thanks to Barbie Three Six (6arbie6) we now even have access to 'goth workout' videos to give us some much-needed exercise inspo.

After all, why watch Joe Wicks' guides when you can check out an influencer working out in a far better spooky style? And yes, it is perfectly acceptable to wear corpse paint at the gym (as long as you don't mind it smearing down your face).

Barbie Three Six, who describes herself as a "6ft goth girl from Australia" who likes "lifting heavy things and dolls” has pulled in a huge 1.9 million followers with her creations, which are comprised of a mix of gothic content and exercise clips.

You can find Barbie Three Six showing off her deadlifting skills (while wearing huge goth platforms), squatting, arm curling and showcasing her impressive gains over on her account. Plus, when she's not strength training, she boxes. For serious fitness fanatics, she even offers bulking tips.  

If going to the gym ain't your bag, then fear not: Barbie Three Six also creates non-exercise-related content, including videos of creepy tea parties, weird comedy skits and clips of her eating fake eyeballs, because that's what the kids are doing these days, apparently.

If you haven't already caught on by now, this gym junkie is a total badass and we're feeling majorly inspired. For more Barbie Three Six content, she can also be found on Instagram, and Twitter.

Check out her videos below:


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Liz Scarlett

Liz works on keeping the Louder sites up to date with the latest news from the world of rock and metal. Prior to joining Louder as a full time staff writer, she completed a Diploma with the National Council for the Training of Journalists and received a First Class Honours Degree in Popular Music Journalism. She enjoys writing about anything from neo-glam rock to stoner, doom and progressive metal, and loves celebrating women in music.