Exercise Fitness By Holly / September 21, 2015 99 shares Share0 Pin99If you’re at all concerned about your health and fitness, you no doubt research and read fitness blogs. But with so many out there, how do you know which ones to follow and which ones to blacklist? And if you just stick with the big names like Fitness Magazine, Men’s Health, Muscle & Fitness and Women’s Health Mag you are missing out on so much great information.Outside of the big names there health and fitness bloggers that are tremendously talented, informative, and so very interesting to read. Below is a compilation of 25 of the best fitness bloggers to follow right now.The top 25 fitness bloggers to follow right nowContentThe top 25 fitness bloggers to follow right now 1. Rebooted Body2. This Is It Fitness3. Fitness On Toast4. Carly Rowena5. Fitness In The City6. Fitnistics7. Breaking Muscle8. Spot Me Bro9. Eat Lift Be Happy10. Roman Fitness Systems11. HomeFitnessTalk.com 12. Powercakes13. Fitness Black Book14. Badass Fitness15. Comeback Momma16. Purely Twins17. Lift Like A Girl18. Remodel Fitness19. Mark’s Daily Apple20. Dai Manuel21. RunningLovingLiving.com22. Preppy Runner23. Workout Mommy24. Workout Nirvana25. Jesse KneelandWrapping Up! 1. Rebooted BodyFat loss + Vibrant health + Peak performanceWhy you should follow him: Kevin’s fitness program not only gets you fit and lean, it reprograms your body and mentality for long term sustainability.Epic post: The Truth About Perfectionism That Nobody Has The Balls To Tell You 2. This Is It FitnessStrive for progress, not perfectionWhy you should follow her: She went from fat to fit to fitness trainer. Learn from her transformation experience! Epic post: How To Get a Lean, Toned Bikini Body: An Exercise Guide 3. Fitness On ToastWhy You should follow her: Her blog is precisely as she claims: “Unbiased, honest, organic, free-range view on ‘fitness, nutrition and fashion’, in a single, friendly and accessible place.Epic post: The Benefits of Drinking Water 4. Carly RowenaWhy You should follow her: Oh my god her six pack! And her blog is elegant, interesting, and addictive.Epic post: Beach Ready | Bullshit 5. Fitness In The CityWhy You should follow her: She studied natural medicine and nutrition and spends loads of time researching health and fitness. Why not get some of her knowledge?Epic post: 10 Crazy Celeb Diets (not to be attempted at home kids!) 6. FitnisticsWhy you should follow Fitnistics: The site is a must-read due to the broad areas of health and fitness covered. It has great articles on everything from fitness, to diet, nutrition and personal care. Check it out!Epic post: Best Fat Burning Foods: The Natural Way To Burn Calories 7. Breaking MuscleWhy you should follow her: Her blog is an incredible resource on exercise and fitness with complete training programs and schedules.Epic post: The Ultimate 90-Day bodyweight Training Plan 8. Spot Me BroYour daily whiff of testosteroneWhy you should follow him: This blog is a weighlifter’s bible, full of awesome advise and articles related to anything weightlifting.Epic post: The Not-So-Obvious Benefits of Doing Ridiculous Amounts of Steroids 9. Eat Lift Be HappyWhy you should follow her: Her posts are enjoyable, uplifting, positive, and share-worthy. It just feels good reading her stuff.Epic post: Confessions of a Quadzilla 10. Roman Fitness SystemsWhy you should follow him: John went from overweight to model to trainer in that order. He also offers sound advise on losing weight and becoming fit.Epic post: New Year’s Resolution: Get Drunk, Not Fat 11. HomeFitnessTalk.com Why you should follow her: Holly is a former health club franchise owner with over a decade of fitness industry experience. Her blog is absolutely perfect for anyone looking to exercise from home and identify the perfect piece of home gym equipment.Epic post: Inspirational Garage Gym IdeasBlogsiteBloggerAboutRebooted BodyKevinLeading authority on the psychology of eatingThis Is It FitnessThis Is It FitnessShares interesting & informative fitness articlesFitness On ToastFaya NillsonHalf-Swedish half-English personal trainer sharing healthy & unusual recipesCarly RowenaCarlyFitness Blogger and Personal Trainer from EnglandFitness In The CityLee SutherlandHealth & fitness expertFitnisticsFitnisticsSpreads the value of staying fit & in shapeBreaking MuscleBreaking Muscle TeamFitness world’s preeminent destination for timely, high-quality information on exercise, fitness, health, & nutritionSpot Me BroEgan LiabettoA digital men’s lifestyle destination serving premium health/fitness contentEat Lift Be HappyNegLifestyle & fitness coach, speaker, writerRoman Fitness SystemsRomanThe central hub of the Roman Fitness EmpireHomeFitnessTalk.comStaceyA go-to resource for reviews on the best fitness equipment & informative articlesPowercakesKaseyCertified personal trainer, author, bloggerFitness Black BookRusty MooreShares advanced tips personal trainers don’t usually knowBadass FitnessShannonACE- and AFAA-certified group fitness instructor with 8 years + experienceComeback MommaJennInspirational blogger in her quest for being fit, fun & stylishPurely TwinsLori & MichelleShares real food, gluten-free recipes & balanced mealsLift Like A GirlNia ShanksFitness coach & writer with new information all the timeRemodel FitnessJessiFitness aficionado who tweets & blogs about fitness, health, & wellnessMark’s Daily AppleMark SissonTop promoter of primal eating, health & wellnessDai ManuelDaiKeynote speaker, author, personal trainer & nutrition expertRunningLovingLiving.comToniRegistered nurse, blogger, runnerPreppy RunnerTheodoraShares her weight loss journey & healthy lifestyleWorkout MommyLisaPersonal trainer, group fitness instructor, marathon runner, & overall fitness junkieWorkout NirvanaWriter, weightlifter, hiker & lover of the outdoorsWriter, weightlifter, hiker & lover of the outdoors12. PowercakesBe true to youWhy you should follow her: Because her inspiring motto: “Be true to you” says it all. She is positive, motivating, and genuinely cares about who she reaches and helps along the fitness journey.Epic post: Looking For a Way to Engage & Strengthen Your Core? THIS is the Move! 13. Fitness Black BookWhy you should follow him: He has an unconventional system on gaining strength without hard core bodybuilding training. It is effective too, judging from his many readers.Epic post: Eating to Increase Your Metabolism 14. Badass FitnessWhy you should follow her: Her articles are a mix of solid fitness advise and training motivation with a personal touch that is both charming and relatable.Epic post: Need Muscle Recovery? Make These Chocolate Mint Muscle Cookies! 15. Comeback MommaMake your comeback today!Why you should follow her: She came back from being overweight and depressed not once but twice! And she strives to inspire other women to do the same.Epic post: How to Live a Balanced Life 16. Purely TwinsBe inspired. Be positive. Be fit. Be fabulously you in all parts of life.Why you should follow them: They’re personable, friendly, positive and give a great energy. And they have the 3 C’s.Epic post: How Do I Get Rid of My Diastasis Recti + My Tummy Update 17. Lift Like A GirlWhy you should follow her: Because she advocates and teaches weightlifting for women. And because lifting like a girl is a compliment thanks to her.Epic post: Changing Women’s Health And Fitness – Join the Revolution 18. Remodel FitnessGet strong. Feel confident. Look amazing.Why you should follow her: Because she is a down to earth human with insecurities and faults just like the rest of us. And her writing is witty, smart, and very engaging.Epic post: Give Me a program or Give Me Death! 19. Mark’s Daily AppleWhy you should follow him: He has thousands of articles. He has a forum. You can surf his blog for hours and hours and you wouldn’t have scratched the surface of the wisdom contained within.Epic post: 5 Ways to Get the Most Bang for Your Workout Buck 20. Dai ManuelAchieving a “FUN”ctionally fit life through encouragement, education, and communityWhy you should follow him: He was voted #1 fitness blog of 2015 by Breaking Muscle which speaks volumes about the quality of his many epic posts.Epic post: 50 Ways to Get Out of Bed for a Morning workout 21. RunningLovingLiving.comThe personal blog of Toni Church, wife, mother, runner and bloggerWhy you should follow her: Toni does an amazing job of sharing her training as she prepares for running events, making it a perfect opportunity for newbie and even seasoned runners to soak up some quality information!Epic Post: Weekly Workout WrapA series of posts actually, Toni documents her weekly workouts and pre-marathon workouts so it’s fantastic if you are looking for some insights into what others are doing. 22. Preppy RunnerTheodora lost weight, got in shape and is now showing others how to do the same.Why you should follow her: If you can shed 50 pounds, that demonstrates some serious focus and ability to stay on track. I love the fact Theodora talks (writes) from experience. You can’t fake that!Epic Post: Marathon TrainingWent for a series of posts here as opposed to just one article for the Epic Post mention. You’ll learn a ton about marathon training as Theodora has documented all her pre-race training in this helpful category of articles. 23. Workout MommyA blog written by Lisa, BUSY single mother of 4, filled with motivation, inspiration, and ideas on how to fit in exercise, fitness, and health in your busy day.Why you should follow her: Lisa just pours on the information. Her posts are not always super-long, in fact many are short updates but there’s no “fluff”. You’ll learn something from every article.Epic Post: Our Weekend at a Wedding 24. Workout NirvanaSuzanne the Rebel, explorer, and mentor of women lifters who teaches women how to OWN their power in the weight room and beyond.Why you should follow her: Suzanne is engaging and incredibly knowledgeable. Her teachings have a whole other level of impact when you consider her bilateral prophylactic mastectomy. Suzanne truly is a must-follow fitness blogger.Epic Post: There Has To Be A First Time (An incredibly strong message from Suzanne about her first visit to the gym, 9 weeks after a double mastectomy. Powerful.) 25. Jesse KneelandJessi Kneeland is out to save women from their own negative body image.Why you should follow her: Jesse knows here stuff and has been featured in Shape, Health and Women’s Health Magazines, among others. A qualified personal trainer with a way with words is a recipe for an awesome fitness blog!Epic Post: How We Train Our Brains To hate Our Bodies Wrapping Up!There are of course so many more but if you follow the above 25 bloggers alone but take a brief moment now to check some of them out, or better yet, check all of them out and follow the bloggers on social media. They will not disappoint!