It seems the world and his wife blog about health and fitness nowadays. So many, in fact, that it can be a challenge to know who to follow. Well never fear – because we’ve put together a list of what we consider to the 11 best health and fitness bloggers out there today.
1. Nerd Fitness
We love the Nerd Fitness blog! This is the website for the regular person who wants to understand the simple ways to improve their fitness and live a healthy life. There’s no extreme stuff here – simply discover the simple changes you can make in your daily life to become the fittest you possible.
And hey – it’s designed for those of us who have real jobs and real lives – because not all of us can spare an hour or more a day to go to the gym…
2. Fit Bottomed Girls
Run by Jennifer Walters and Erin Whitehead, Fit Bottomed Girls is all about how women can stay fit and healthy, AND fit it around their crazily busy lives. After all, as the girls behind the blog say, fitness should be fun – not a punishment.
3. Timothy Bell Fitness
Now, if there was every a guy who understands that fitness (and improving it) is a part of your life and not the whole of it, then it’s this guy. And his blog, Timothy Bell Fitness, puts the whole ‘working out’ thing into perspective.
The champion of minimalist fitness, working out where and why you can, and certainly not being a slave to the gym – this is THE website for those who want to have a balanced yet effective approach to how to fit staying fit and healthy into their life.
4. Breaking Muscle
Well, if you’re looking for the latest in training tips and scientific facts, then you need to head to Breaking Muscle. This is serious stuff from serious people. So if fitness, health, and training is something you’re dedicated to, then you should definitely be following this blog.
5. Fitness On Toast
Fitness On Toast has been around since 2013 and has evolved from a nutritional website to that of a complete health and fitness blog. It combines training and fitness articles with health and nutrition. And if you appreciate photography from around the world, then it’s a treat for the eyes as well. This award winning blog is for anyone who understands that it’s not just about the exercise, it’s also about the nutrition you give your body as well…
6. Born Fitness
Adam Bornstein’s, Born Fitness, is a health and nutrition blog for those who like it delivered without any bull… This is the place to come for straight talking advice on everything to do with training and diet. And it’s suitable for all – no matter whether you’re a fitness fanatic, or simply taking the first tentative steps down the road to becoming a fitter you…
7. Spot Me Bro
If you like your training and health advice with a healthy dose of humor, then head over to Spot Me Bro. It’ll probably appeal more to those who’re seriously into their training, but if that’s you, then you’ll find it packed with up to the minute advice on everything to do with your workout efforts.
Livin3 is an all round fitness, health, and lifestyle blog that’s a little more mainstream than some of the others mentioned on this list. But it’s a really great blog to check out for ‘tea-break’ length information. And as we all know, our fitness, health, and mental attitude all work in combination with each other. This blog is dedicated to helping you improve your physical and mental health for an all round better quality of life.
9. Nia Shanks
Nia Shanks runs a fabulous blog that targets women and how they can become the fittest and healthiest they possibly can. She’s a gal who lives in the real world. She understands that you don’t actually care how long you have to workout for to work of a couple of cookies. But what you do care about is how you can fit in a bit of exercise into your busy 21st century lifestyle!
Packed with great information about minimalist workouts and easy to prepare, healthy and nutritious food, this is the blog to follow if you want to become the most awesome version of yourself possible, but you don’t want exercise to dominate your life.
10. Jay Cardiello
Celebrity fitness trainer, Jay Cardiello, runs an awesome blog that provides weekly workout and fitness advice that’ll get you inspired to stay on track with your fitness and health goals. He’s got years of experience in how to create the fittest bodies with the least amount of effort. And hey – if it works for the celebs, then it sure as dammit works for us…
11. Tony Gentilcore
The Tony Gentilcore blog is the place to head for those who’re serious about strength and body conditioning. This guy sure knows his stuff, and if you want the latest in training advice, you’ll find it here. Tony is a strength coach from Boston, and he brings his expertise on strength training to those the world over thanks to the power of his blog.