Are you stuck in a fitness funk?
We’ve all been there, and that’s why we’ve curated a list of 12 fitness influencers to follow on YouTube to help you get back on your grind.
1. Chloe Ting
Chloe has been a YouTuber since 2011. Over quarantine, her workout plans gained her more views than ever after blowing up all over social media. The YouTube star has racked up nearly 2 billion views, arguably making her one of the greatest fitness influencers to follow!
This fitness icon posts specific workout programs to playlists on YouTube and as well as quick workouts, what-I-eat-in-a-day videos, and reaction videos.
Her current 19 million subscribers will most definitely agree that Chloe helps get you back on the fitness grind.
2. Kyla Beland
Kyla is a certified personal trainer who has been on her personal fitness journal for six years.
She uses her YouTube channel to post fitness and health content such as workout playlists for specific results, healthy what I eat in a days, and informational health videos. Kyla also occasionally shares her personal life with her audience.
She hopes her channel inspires, informs, and empowers others.
3. Maddie Lymburner
Maddie (AKA MadFit) is a YouTuber who puts her focus on real-time workouts, fitness, and inspiration.
This influencer is best known for her song workouts, where she shows a workout done to a popular song in order to make working out fun and doable while at home.
Her hope is to help inspire everyone at any fitness level to get up, get moving, and reach their goals.
4. Toni Mitchell
Toni is a vegan health and fitness YouTuber.
She posts content such as workouts, weight-loss tips, and what she eats in a day. Toni’s 12 million views prove just how great of a fitness guru she is.
5. Pamela Reif
Pamela considers herself your personal online training buddy.
She creates real-time workout content, so it’s just like having a friend to workout with. She has her workout organized by your level of skill on her playlists and focuses on all of her workouts being quick and effective.
6. Katie Dunlop
Katie Dunlop is a workout and nutrition-based YouTuber whose goal is to help all women make healthy changes in their lives. On her YouTube, she creates quick workout videos, healthy routines, and easy meal ideas.
In addition to YouTube, Katie created the workout app and fitness community, “LSF,” to help women with their fitness goals even outside of YouTube.
7. Annabelle Hayes
Annabelle is a fitness YouTuber whose most popular videos are her glute exercises.
Along with her fitness videos, Annabelle also posts videos of what she eats to maintain her health as well as regular lifestyle content. She also has her own workout line, “The Lifted Collection.”
8. Nochtli Mayra Peralta Alvarez
Nochtli’s desire is to spread positivity through her videos centered on fitness, fashion, food, and her daily life.
With videos that feature workouts, healthy food, discussions of body image, and reviews of workout gear, there’s something for everyone on her channel.
9. Keltie O’Connor
Keltie is a former college basketball player turned fitness YouTuber.
She creates videos showing her body transformation, trying new fitness challenges, what she eats, and workout ideas.
With over 31 million views, there’s no doubt Keltie can get you in shape!
10. Gloria Song
Gloria is a YouTuber sharing her fitness journey and effective workouts. Her aim is to be her subscribers’ fitness buddy, motivating them to be their best selves.
Gloria posts video content such as workouts, healthy recipes, and vlogs.
She has racked up almost 7 million views on her channel in less than a year.
11. Heather Robertson
Heather is a certified personal trainer with a love for all things health and wellness. She believes in a balanced lifestyle where you can work hard and play hard.
Heather’s YouTube channel is full of full-length workout videos that you can do at home with no equipment. Her most popular video is her “FREE 12 Week Workout Plan.”
12. Natalee Barnett
Natalee Barnett is a fitness YouTuber who strives to help girls body gain confidence through her workouts.
She posts video content including workouts, recipes, and fitness challenges.
Now that you’ve got 12 fitness influencers to follow on YouTube, it’s time to get crackin’!
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Lily Scott is a blogging intern at LadyBossBlogger. She currently attends LIM College in New York City and is studying the business of fashion and visuals for social media.
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