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3 Fitness Youtube Channels You MUST Follow for Inspiration

By January 5, 2017 No Comments

Let’s face it: YouTube has changed the game. As the world’s second most popular website (bested only by Google), this video sharing platform functions as entertainment, education, and then some. I love it because it’s easy to find your niche–anything from gaming reviews to current news to silly videos of cats on Roombas can be uploaded and viewed for free.¬†Into health and fitness? Yup, there’s plenty of that, too. Thousands, dare I say millions of fitness YouTubers upload free, quality, interesting, and informative content every day for anyone to enjoy. Think of it like free TV channels or health and wellness courses you can audit online. Not sure where to start? I don’t blame you–the choices are endless. May I suggest: sit down with a protein shake after your next workout and do a little surfing for some fitness YouTube channels to find a few you like. If you’re totally overwhelmed by options, try starting with the 3 listed below.

3 Fitness YouTube Channels To Start Following Now

fitness youtube channelsWhether you’re looking for healthy recipes, intense workouts, product reviews, or simply a supportive community to lean on as you lean out in the New Year, check out these 3 fitness YouTubers who probably deserve a quick subscribe:

1) Fitness Blender:

Run by husband and wife work out team Daniel and Kelli, Fitness Blender has been up and running for over seven years, and has a LOT of content to show for it. Choose from over 500 workout videos ranging in difficulty, duration, type, and targeted muscle groups–most of which you can do in the privacy of your own home without any equipment.

Daniel and Kelli also share plenty of motivation content from their “FBfamily” including challenges, charity events, and amazing before and after photos to get you inspired. With over 3.7 million subscribers, these guys must be doing something right. Be sure to check out their website for even more simple, gimmick-free content.


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2) BeFiT:

Join nearly 2.5 million subscribers and check out BeFiT’s incredibly varied selection of challenging workouts (updated almost every day!) with input from some of the most famous fitness trainers around, including Jillian Michaels, Billy Blanks, and more. Whether you’re in the mood for restorative meditation and yoga, fat-burning cardio sessions, or muscle-building bodyweight grinds, this fitness channel has got you covered. Be sure to check out their popular Health Hacks videos, where BeFiT curators share interesting health-related news that could make a real difference in your life.

3) Kelly Starrett of Mobility WOD:

I’ll admit it: I’ve never been a consistent stretcher or warm-upper. But watching videos by a physical therapist and CrossFit icon Dr. Kelly Starrett really gets me motivated. Founder of mobilitywod.com, Kelly uses a wicked combination of advanced clinical skills and hilarious on-screen energy to make you care about improving your flexibility really. His argument? Making an effort to move better and improve your flexibility can maximize your fitness gains and prevent injuries. Search hundreds of videos that teach you simple, effective, and often innovative ways to improve your flexibility at any major joint including the shoulder, hip, and ankle.

Want more? Check out two of his popular books, Becoming A Supple Leopard and Deskbound: Standing Up To A Sitting World. I promise you’ve never seen a dude care this much about the range of motion.

Do you know of any other awesome fitness YouTube Channels sharing their content out there?

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Author Sara M

Sara M. is a Doctor of Physical Therapy and freelance writer living and working near Boston, MA. As a former CrossFit gym owner and current fitness lover, Sara has a lot of personal and professional experience inside and outside the gym. She loves to write about various topics related to health, wellness, nutrition, human behavior, and self-mastery.

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