Top Fitness Vloggers to Follow on YouTube
In recent years, the fitness and wellness industry has skyrocketed its business. People have started to realize the importance of being fit. As awareness increases, sources of information have also increased. Although there are multiple fitness channels on YouTube that offer live and recorded exercises, that can be followed from the comfort of their houses, some fitness vlogging channels have also come into the limelight. These vloggers offer tips, tricks, hacks and knowledge that are unique and new to the viewers and stood out in the crowd.
You can follow these channels if you want motivation, knowledge, and a good source of fitness information this quarantine.
This Australian fitness vlogger is widely known for her fitness programmes for women – BBG, BBG Stronger, BBG Postpartum, on the SWEAT App. She is also an author of the book named ‘Bikini Body Guides’ and does fitness world-tours every year. She has more than 340K subscribers on her channel. She regularly posts pre and post-workout stretches, exercises modifications, etc.
Yoga with Adriene
Adriene has 4.74M followers on her YouTube channel. As the name suggests, she posts yoga videos and knowledge behind the yoga-poses, precautions, and preventions. She has modified and categorized the poses according to different requirements, such as Yoga for beginners, weight loss, better sleep, etc.
Chris Heria introduced Calisthenics in his YouTube channel that earned him 5.74M subscribers. He is the founder of the Calisthenics Academy, The Miami Trainers and he built a particular workout program called ThenX. Due to his consistent posting, unique techniques and plans, he earned fame soon with 250 workout videos.
With over 750K followers on YouTube, Nikki’s channel is all about weight training. She also posts vlogs that record snippets of her personal life. She specializes in glutes and leg workouts. She also is an ambassador for GymShark and Cellucor and maintains a great influence on women looking to gain good shape.
She is one of the leading fitness vloggers who posts both gym and home workouts. She has over 424K YouTube followers. You can also get her to be your personal trainer by connecting to her on Zoom, or you can follow the 12-weeks fitness guide created by her. You can find the links to everything on her channel’s description box.
Viewers can find 600 full length and free workouts on this couple’s collaborative channel. Daniel and Kelli have created a unique fitness tracker calendar that can be customized by the users. They share information about nutrition, calorie counts, etc. If you want to work out at your home, you can find a full home-based workout program on their YouTube channel. Find the links attached in their channel’s about section.
The Body Coach
Joe Wicks’ goal is to make his viewers happy while making them healthy. He posts weekly home workouts and has 2.44M subscribers on his channel. Before being a YouTube fitness vlogger, he was a personal trainer for more than four years. His 90 days transformation workout program that is an amalgamation of High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT), High protein meals and gallons of water, is insanely famous amongst his viewers.
This Canadian natural pro bodybuilder is profoundly famous for providing science-based workouts and nutrition plans. This internationally-qualified powerlifter has over 1.93M followers on YouTube. He began at 19 years of age and now has 14 years of experience. He is passionate about science and has a BSc degree, that provides more logic to his workouts as he busts the myths surrounding weightlifting and weight training.
All of these vloggers keep their followers posted on Instagram and other social networking platforms. You can follow them on Instagram, so you can get more insights into their knowledge.
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