Best 110 Fitness Bloggers of 2017
At Naked Nutrition, nothing is more important to us than helping you meet your nutrition and fitness goals. No matter what stage you’re at in your fitness journey, we can all use a little outside help from time to time, whether it’s new workout routine suggestion, creative nutritious recipes, or a motivational story or quote.
That’s why we’ve rounded up a list of the top 110 fitness bloggers from across the web. From running blogs to lifting blogs to weight loss blogs, this list shines a spotlight on the best of the best.
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Jade Isabelle is a weight loss blogger from Singapore who lost 45 pounds over the course of two years through running, meal planning, and eating well. Her blog shares her inspiring weight loss and weight maintenance story, as well as tips for helping others along their own journeys to lose weight and get in shape.
Retrofit is a weight loss company tailored to business professionals. The company is know for using technology like Skype, WiFi scales, and Fitbit to help their clients lose weight. The Retrofit blog is chock full of up-to-the-minute information regarding wellness and weight loss, from exercise and nutrition to developing a healthy mindset.
Chuze Fitness is a health and fitness blog designed to give members and readers insider knowledge about living a healthy life. Readers can turn to the blog to get helpful wellness tips, healthy recipes, workouts, and more. From their “best of” lists to their motivation series, Chuze promises to be there on those days when it’s a struggle to stay on track.
Monica May, the author of Fit Girl’s Diary, is a fitness instructor, coach and nutritionist. After designing her own workout programs and diet plans to start getting in shape, she launched Fit Girl’s Diary to help women around the world build the body of their dreams. Find meal and workout planners, healthy recipes, exercise tips, and more.
The Secret Nutritions blog delivers valuable, research-based information about healthy foods in the simplest form, without all the scientific jargon. Here, you can find information about the world’s healthiest foods, from those that help you lose weight to those that have been found to help eliminate your risk of diseases.
6. Gym Flow 100
Gym Flow 100 is authored by a team of passionate fitness enthusiasts. They founded their blog to help readers stay up to date on the latest fitness trends, nutrition, training tips, equipment advice, and more. Whether your goal is to lose weight, finish a 5K, or run a full marathon, the Gym Flow 100 team wants to help you get there.
Run to the Finish is a running blog founded and authored by Amanda Brooks. On the blog, Amanda shares her story of learning to love running and healthy eating, as well as tips for enjoying fitness, eating clean without dieting, and taking that first step towards living a healthier life. She has been featured in numerous fitness magazines and websites.
Kathleen Trotter has been a personal trainer, Pilates equipment specialist, and fitness writer since 2002. On her blog, she shares fitness trends and news, workout tips and routines, and healthy recipes to motivate her readers. Be sure to check out her weekly video series Finding Your Fit.
Cuckoolemon is a running and fitness blog authored by Nicole Haber. While the focus of the blog is on health and workouts, Nicole adds a dash of humor and personality to her writing that isn’t always found on some of the more mainstream fitness websites. Nicole invites her readers to join her on her fitness adventures as she shares class reviews, workout tips, and more.
10. PJ Fit
PJ Glassey started his personal training journey in 1987. Since then, has been a guest expert on TV, serves often as a keynote speaker, conducts regular workshops and seminars, has hosted his own call-in talk show, and has authored many works including local and national media articles and two books on health and fitness. He founded his blog to share cutting edge fitness news with his readers and to help them along their own fitness journeys.
Timea, the author of Train Strong, Live Strong, is an avid runner, self-confessed gym addict, and Level 3 qualified personal trainer and kettlebell instructor. She founded Train Strong, Live Strong to share her tips for building resilience and becoming your fittest, healthiest self. Many of her blog posts focus on peak performance, clean fuel, and inner strength.
12. Purely Twins
Michelle and Lori are twins, fitness coaches, and founders of the Purely Twins blog. Together, the girls learned how to workout smarter, eat a mindful balanced diet, and overcome negative thinking. They founded Purely Twins to inspire women to eat, move, think and speak with more love and less shame, and to get fit in all areas of their lives (body, mind and soul).
13. 300 Pounds Down
300 Pounds Down is a weight loss blog authored by Holly, who at her heaviest weighed 417 pounds. On the blog, she documents her struggle with overeating and the negative outcomes associated with it, including divorce, physical pain, and emotional pain, as well as her journey to lose 300 pounds. Follow along as she shares stories and snapshots from her daily life, including all of the ups and downs of weight loss.
14. Comeback Momma
Jenn Mitchell is a mom, wife, and the author of the Comeback Momma blog. After successfully losing 50 post-baby pounds and rebounding from postpartum depression, Jenn became a successful blogger and personal trainer. But after an injury in 2011, her depression returned, she regained 20 pounds, and she quit her training journey. Today, she’s back on the track towards success and documenting it all on Comeback Momma, inspiring other women along the way.
15. Mile Posts
Mile Posts is a running and fitness blog authored by Dorothy Beal. In college, Dorothy struggled with weight gain and an aversion to running. In an effort to get in shape, she began running – until one day, it became about more than weight loss. Today, she has completed 31 marathons since 2003, bringing her time down to 3:11. On the Mile Posts blog, Dorothy shares her story as well as running news, tips, and inspiration.
16. Live Life Active
Live Life Active is a blog authored by Erin, a fitness-loving Midwest girl currently living in Charleston. After losing 30 pounds, Erin took her passion for fitness to another level by getting certified in personal training, competing in her first Fitness America Bikini competition, beginning a career in fitness modeling, and starting to clients online across the country. Her Live Life Active blog shares fitness and nutrition inspiration and ideas.
17. Tony Gentilcore
Tony Gentilcore is one of the co-founders of Cressey Sports Performance and a trainer of top-level athletes and clients in Boston, MA. He has contributed to some of the top fitness magazines and websites around, and created a quick-tip guide to everything deadlift related called Pick Things Up. On the blog, he’ll teach you to lift heavy and shred fat effectively.
18. Dash of Wellness
Dash of Wellness is a fitness and health blog that brings you wellness information in easy to digest, bite-sized bits. The site covers a wide range of topics in health ranging from beauty and spa to fitness, food and other wellness living advice, information and knowledge that contributes to a happier and healthier you.
Kelly is a Colorado girl who founded No Thanks to Cake in 2010, when she when began a life-changing adventure in weight loss. After losing the weight successfully, No Thanks to Cake has been transformed into a healthy lifestyle and healthy cooking blog. Kelly still chronicles her weight-related ups and downs, but with a focus on weight maintenance.
20. MCM Mama Runs
Erika – also known as MCM Mama – first started running as a coping mechanism when she developed postpartum depression after the birth of her first son. Today, she’s an avid runner and uses the MCM Mama Runs blog to share her running, training, and race tips (including which beer to pair with which race – after all, it’s all about balance!).
After becoming a mom and gaining some pregnancy weight, Heather turned to running to start getting back in shape. Suddenly motivated by her new hobby, Heather made the decision to go back to school to pursue an exercise and sports science program, and eventually became an ACSM Certified Exercise Physiologist. Today, Heather shares her passion for running and exercise on her blog, Relentless Forward Commotion.
22. Run DMT
In 2007, Denise could barely run a half mile. Through hard work and the support of her running partners, she completed her first 5k that same year. Today, she’s addicted to the adrenaline rush of running long distance races. Her blog, Run DMT, shares a healthy lifestyle of fitness, food and family fun from a Tampa Bay marathon mom on the run.
23. Simply Taralynn
Simply Taralynn is a lifestyle blog that chronicles a North Carolina girl’s weight loss journey, growing passion for fitness, and personal interests. You’ll find fitness challenges, healthy recipes, running and marathon stories, and more. Simply Taralynn strikes a healthy balance between fitness and everyday life that all readers can relate to.
24. Sharp Endurance
Linzie Starr, a Southern Californian endurance sports athlete, discovered his love of running by accident. In 2011 he began running to be more active, and instantly realized that he began feeling more alive and spirited after his runs. Today, Linzie has run more than 25 marathons and more than 50 half marathons. His Sharp Endurance blog is all about sharing his race stories, reviewing new products, and giving away various fitness products and race entries.
25. All Out Effort
All Out Effort believes that fitness isn’t about looking a certain way, it’s about being a certain way – and that starts with education and a healthy mindset. It was founded by Sam Yang, a fitness coach and martial artist who uses his diverse background to help people get active, get in shape, and maximize their lives.
26. Fitness 4 Mamas
Mirka is a full-time mom, wife, multi-award nominated professional blogger, social media addict, marathon runner and “Best FITNESS & HEALTH Blog” 2015 Finalist by Bloggers’ Lounge. She’s also the author of Fitness 4 Mamas, a health and fitness blog that shares realistic tips for real mamas looking to get in shape and lead healthier lives.
Cathy turned to running after she quit smoking, and eventually fell in love with the sport. She later founded JogBlog to share her passion for running with readers. Today, JogBlog offers a light-hearted look at running, cycling and general fitness. Her blog is full of tips for runners at all stages, and covers topics like setting running goals, training in bad weather, and more.
28. Fitness on Toast
Fitness On Toast was founded in 2013 by Faya Nilsson, a half-Swedish half-English personal trainer. Faya has been featured in Vogue, Cosmopolitan, Harpers Bazaar, Red, Stylist, as well as fitness publications such as Men’s Health & Women’s Health. On her blog, Faya share the knowledge and experience she’s gained as a personal trainer with people who are passionate about striving for a healthy, sustainable lifestyle.
When Dave was 18 years old, a classmate made a comment about his “skinny arms.” For the first time, he was suddenly self-conscious about his body, and he immediately began strength training in order to “fix” his body. After working in the fitness industry for almost 20 years, Dave’s mission is to help others overcome this unhealthy fixation while still being able to improve their fitness and reach their weight-loss goals. His site features both a blog and a podcast series.
Brandon Richey Fitness was established by strength and conditioning coach Brandon Richey to be a top notch web and training service to provide you with all of your fitness and strength training needs. The site provides a constant stream of information, entertainment, direct interaction, product deals, events, and feedback as a public forum.
31. We Make 7
Bonnie is a wife, mother of 5 children, and the author of the health and wellness blog We Make 7. Her website delivers family friendly reviews, recipes, coupons and savings, weight loss journey updates, vegetarian and organic inspiration, and green living ideas. We Make 7 has been recognized as a top weight loss blog.
32. Shrinking Guy
Tim, the founder and author of Shrinking Guy, says, “My story isn’t anything spectacular. I’m just a normal guy who put on weight gradually over a period of 30 years.” Realizing he needed to make a change, Tim set out to lose weight in a healthy, sustainable way through good eating and exercise. He uses the Shrinking Guy blog to share his story and help others who want to lead a healthier lifestyle.
33. Dai Manuel
As a teenager, Dai Manuel struggled with obesity and the challenges that came with it, including health problems and cruel peers. When he was 14, he decided that enough was enough, and set out to start living a healthier life. Today, Dai is passionate about challenging people to live healthy, more active lifestyles. Through education and support, he’s committed to helping his readers learn the benefits of healthy living.
Pioneers of the body positive movement, Jennipher Walters and Erin Whitehead began Fit Bottomed Girls in 2008 as friends looking for a fun, fresh and no-diet approach to being healthy. Infusing their own experiences (both failures and successes) they created a community of “FBGs” — welcoming everyone in, including writer Kristen Seymour, who would later become a business partner.
35. Fitful Focus
In January 2012, Nicole challenged herself to live a healthier life. Since then, she has lost 20 pounds, completed her first marathon, became a NASM certified personal trainer, and founded the Fitful Focus blog. Nicole uses her blog as inspiration to maintain her healthy lifestyle, and to share her fitness and health adventures with readers.
36. Body Rebooted
Christina, the founder and author of Body Rebooted, is an Atlanta-based mom and celebrity trainer. After suffering a loss from a very late miscarriage at 20 weeks, Christina struggled with anxiety, depression, and weight gain. Using the DDP YOGA program along with a gluten-free diet, she successfully lost over 60 pounds in 5 months. Today, Christina is a Celebrity Trainer at the DDP YOGA Performance Center in Atlanta, and the author of two cookbooks and an eBook.
The Weight of My Weight is a weight loss blog authored by Julie, who struggled with being overweight most of her adult life. In 2009, she joined Weight Watchers with the goal of maintaining a healthy weight through diet and exercise. As she’s progressed along her journey, Julie has learned to to concentrate more on how she looks and feels, and less on the number on the scale. She uses her blog to inspire readers to take the same positive, healthy approach to weight loss.
Robard Corporation provides healthcare professionals with comprehensive medical and non-medical obesity treatment programs, state of the art nutrition products, and complimentary business management services. Their blog has been recognized as a top weight loss blog, and covers topics ranging from setting goals to changing eating habits.
39. Keep Life Simple
Annette is a professional health, fitness and wellness coach, as well as the author of the Keep Life Simple blog. At the age of 52, she’s living her happiest, healthiest life, and looking forward to maintaining a positive, ageing future. Keep Life Simple shares her ageing journey as she moves through peri-menopause, and serves as a go-to resource for ageing with health and living a life full of vitality.
Runnergirl Training is a blog about running, fitness, nutrition, health and virtual races. Find training tips, fitness facts, nutrition and healthy eating inspiration, workout ideas, and more. The blog also focuses on virtual races (i.e. races that can be completed from anywhere, while the company mails you the race medal and race bib number) and features a virtual race calendar.
41. Powered by Bling
Cassandra is the blogger, writer, photographer, recipe creator and runner/triathlete behind Powered By Bling. She’s also an Athletics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA) Group Exercise Instructor, and is currently studying to get her National Academy of Sports Medicine Personal Trainer Certification. On Powered by Bling, Cassandra shares her journey to inspire and empower others to live by her personal motto “Challenge Yourself to Cross Your Own Personal Finish Lines.”
Tina Turbin is a self-proclaimed “cookbook-collecting, recipe-developing junkie” and the author of PaleOmazing. She enjoys helping others customize a paleo diet that suits their personal needs, and sharing her knowledge of celiac disease and gluten-free eating. On her blog, Tina covers topics like paleo FAQ, paleo for athletes, paleo and weight loss, and paleo-friendly recipes.
43. Anna the Apple
Anna founded her blog – Anna the Apple – to share her love of eating and running with the world. She believes that living a healthy lifestyle is all about balance; she’s a big fan of eating healthily (apples being her favorite) but she also believes there’s always a place for cake! Anna the Apple covers the daily ups and downs of running, healthy eating, and occasional sweet treats.
44. Fatso: A Weight Loss Blog
Blogger Jackie has struggled with weight gain her entire life. When she was in middle school, a boy yelled “fatso” at her across the school lunchroom, and for a long time, that’s who she thought she was. After graduating from college and weighing 232 pounds, Jackie decided to make a change. She shares her weight loss journey on her blog, documenting all of the ups and downs.
45. Third Shift Fit
Rachel is an avid fitness lover, a health fanatic and a registered nurse. She also has to combat strange work hours to keep up her active lifestyle and exercise regimen, which presents obstacles such as sleep deprivation, food cravings, and boredom hunger. She founded Third Shift Fit to share her advice for anyone that believe they are too busy for healthy choices, and to prove that staying fit and healthy is possible regardless of your schedule.
46. Ruzele Strauss
Ruzele Strauss struggled with her weight all her life, but after her mom passed away, she reached her heaviest weight at more than 350 pounds. Today she’s committed to living a healthier lifestyle, and has lost more than 130 pounds. She founded her blog as a place of discussion and conversation about weight loss, mental health, and life as 20-something-year-old in today’s world.
Alicia first began her blogging journey with her weight loss blog, Girls Just Wanna Be Healthy, where she documented her journey to reach her goal weight. These days she’s blogging at Live Pulchritudinously, where she’s no longer embarrassed of her body or her past struggles. On the blog, she shares everything from fashion to fitness, veganism to mental health, and a bit of everything in between.
48. Caitlin Dermott
Caitlin Dermott is a wife, mom, personal trainer, and self-taught yogi with a passion for living a healthy, natural, balanced, and transparent life without borders. She founded her blog to share her adventures in life, love, food, fitness, marriage, parenthood, and lots of yoga. Caitlin believes in a three-pronged approach to health – mind, body, and spirit – and her blog aims to share her health and wellness journey with her readers.
49. Xtine Danielle
Christine began her blogging journey in February 2012 as a recovery tool after undergoing emergency brain surgery for a very rare neurological condition – a cavernous malformation found in her brain stem. Today, she uses her blog to document her experience with weight loss and attempting to live a healthier lifestyle. You’ll find recipe inspiration, workout motivation, weight loss insights, and more.
50. Half of Gabby
Over the course of two years, blogger Gabby lost over 120 pounds – half of her body weight – through daily exercise, weight training, proper nutrition, and plenty of soul searching. She’s now maintained her weight for the past six years, and is experienced at dealing with the setbacks and struggles of weight loss. She founded her blog to motivate, inspire, and entertain others on their own weight loss journeys.
51. Bailey DeBarmore
Bailey DeBarmore is a scientist, writer, and Registered Dietitian Nutritionist. She first started her website as a nutrition blog to share her science and exercise expertise. After her own struggles with weight loss, she began her Journey Back to Lean blog series, where she writes about how it feels to have the mind of a lean athlete and trained nutritionist trapped inside the body of a sedentary student, and the slow but steady progress of weight loss.
The Life in Bloom is a weight loss blog founded and authored by Britni, who struggled with weight gain after childbirth and a health issue that required surgery. Today she has successfully lost 17 pounds, and is living her healthiest lifestyle. The Life in Bloom covers Britni’s favorite workouts, fitness and healthy living tips, recipes, workout equipment, workout clothes, and more.
The Double Chin Diary is a humor weight loss and healthy living blog written by two sisters from either side of California; Alyssa in Los Angeles, and April in San Francisco. According to the sisters, “Double Chin Diary is not your mother’s weight loss blog.” The duo tackles the subject of losing weight, without losing their sense of humor along the way.
The BrianMac Sports Coach Blog offers advice on topics relating to athletic development, exercise physiology and successful coaching for athletes, sports science students and coaches. The blog has received numerous awards and recognition for its posts, which cover training, injuries, sports science, and more.
55. Mentality WOD
Mentality WOD is authored by Coach Dawn Fletcher, who has been recognized as one of the “Top 30 Most Influential Health Bloggers.” It’s the ultimate resource for everything related to the mental aspect of fitness, performance and CrossFit, and offers hundreds of free posts to help you achieve whatever fitness, performance or life goal you are going after.
56. Asteya Fitness
Asteya Fitness is a body positive and recovery-centered fitness studio that provides private Pilates instruction and general personal training for those seeking mindful exercise. The studio was founded by Robyn Baker, who has worked in the fitness industry for the past 15 years. On the blog, she shares her fitness journey and wellness tips with readers.
57. Eat Naked Now
Eat Naked Now was founded to encourage people to become knowledgeable about and responsible for their own health. According to the blog, “naked” food is fresh, local, seasonal, organic, unrefined, unpacked, and homemade. It offers insights to help with stripping your diet of all the extras to get down to the pure, nourishing essentials, resulting in a healthier, happier you and we definitely support that!
Hayden-William Courtland has been fascinated by science for as long as he can remember. He holds several degrees, including B.A. in Biochemistry, M.Sc. in Anatomy & Physiology, and Ph.D., Biomedical Sciences in Orthopedics. His Science for Fitness blog was founded to give the general public access to personalized health & fitness education, consultation, and training, and to help them make their own informed decisions about fitness.
59. Holli Thompson
Holli Thompson is a Certified Holistic Health Coach, Certified Natural Health Professional, and Myers Briggs Certified Practitioner. Despite trying her best to live a healthy lifestyle, Holli struggled throughout her adult life with migraines, allergies, inflammation, and even several miscarriages. Step by step, she relearned everything she thought she knew about nutrition and wellness, and today she’s living her healthiest life and teaching others to do the same.
Globalhealthz is a health and fitness blog that covers a wide range of wellness topics. From skincare tips to yoga poses designed to heal your body, and from getting a better night’s sleep to healthy recipes, Globalhealthz covers all of the hottest topics in health and wellness.
61. The Fit Foodie
Sally, the blogger behind The Fit Foodie, is a self-confessed fitness and health foodie lover. In order to get in shape without sacrificing on flavor, Sally focuses on concocting high-protein foods packed with good fats and wholesome nutrients, which allow her to maintain lean muscle and sustain her energy levels. She founded The Fit Foodie to share her passion for wellbeing and fitness, and to inspire others to live their healthiest lives.
Maya Nahra is a behavioral registered dietitian teaching emotional eaters, binge eaters, and chronic & yo-yo dieters how to achieve permanence in health and peace of mind in life through Habit and Behavior Change. On her website, she shares blog posts, podcasts, and motivational videos to help you on your health journey.
Natalie Jill left a successful career in corporate America to follow her passion for health and fitness. As a Licensed Master Sports Nutritionist and functional fitness trainer, she has leveraged the power of the internet to help millions of people worldwide get in shape and evolve to their best selves. Her blog is a must-read for healthy, satisfying recipes.
Christine Bullock has been teaching fitness and working in the beauty business around the world for over two decades. She is the creator of Evolution 20, a 60-day fitness and nutritional program, Super Shred, and Body Reborn Post-Natal DVD Series. Her blog – where she shares recipes and workout tips – has been recognized as a top personal trainer website.
65. Skinny Hollie
Hollie is a weight loss blogger on a mission to transform from an overweight, under-appreciated teacher to a fit, healthy, self-employed momma. She documents all of the ups and downs of weight loss and getting in shape, and shares her experience using current health products, fitness techniques, and weight loss methods.
Suzi is a self employed fitness instructor and blogger living in Nova Scotia, Canada. She’s passionate about helping find people find their personal health cures through nutrition and fitness, and founded her blog to to help you learn how to live a healthy life without taking it to the extreme (because life’s too short to spend your time beating yourself up over eating a cookie or missing a workout!).
Heather is a wife, new mom, runner, and fitness fanatic. She’s also an AFAA certified group fitness instructor, and shares her knowledge of workouts, health, fitness, and more on her blog Lunging Through Life. She especially enjoys creating and sharing workouts and exercise “how to’s.”
The Failed Dieter was created to provide helpful resources for anyone who is interested in following the Keto diet or a low carb, high fat lifestyle. Understand Keto terminology, find Keto-friendly recipes, and learn how to stay Keto-compliant when dining out at restaurants. Most importantly, the blog teaches readers how to stop being a failed dieter once and for all.
69. Hitch Fit
Hitch Fit is a customized online personal training system, based around learning a healthy new lifestyle as opposed to being another “diet” to go on and off. Hitch Fit clients work directly with co-founders Micah & Diana LaCerte, who review each client’s information and customize each program based on their needs. The Hitch Fit blog provides top quality fitness, nutrition, diet and weight loss content for readers.
Bariatric Cookery was founded by a cookery writer and bariatric patient, Carol Bowen Ball, to help support those considering or undergoing bariatric (weight-loss) surgeries like Gastric Bypass, Lap Band, and Gastric Sleeve. Bariatric Cookery provides recipes for patients that are in line with the strict post-surgery guidelines, but also taste delicious and satisfying.
The Dysphagia Diet Recipes blog was founded to help improve the quality of life for people living with dysphagia (difficulty swallowing). Many of the current food options available to patients are not desirable or appetizing, especially for people who are concerned about eating healthy, fresh food that tastes good. The blog shares recipes featuring fresh ingredients and real food that you’ll love.
Dr. Laura Miranda is a fitness coach and physical therapist on a mission to help women ‘Become The Best Possible Version of Ourselves’ (the company motto!). Laura’s blog, Strong Healthy Woman, will teach you how to train harder than you ever have before and how to eat in order to fuel your body in a way that you never have before…AND love it!
73. Rebel Dieticians
Rebel Dieticians is a team of Registered Dieticians and licensed nutrition experts who have decided to break free from the typical diet plan nutrition counseling, and instead align their counseling advice with client values and goals. Their blog features recipes designed to maximize your nutrition, health, and weight loss, as well as nutrition hacks and tips.
74. Race Pace Jess
Jess Underhill is a certified run coach and freelance fitness writer. She experienced her first runner’s high when she was 13, and it had a profound impact on how she saw herself and her place in this world. She founded her blog to help people chase down their personal bests and crush their goals so that they too, can change their perceptions.
75. Run Lift Style
Run Lift Style International is a blog edited and curated by Sarah Caddick – a writer, journalist, marketing professional, and fitness enthusiast. On Sarah’s blog, you’ll find thoughtful pieces to inspire an adventurous, healthy active life, as well as interviews, workouts and recipes.
76. Total Gym
Total Gym has been a global leader in functional training since 1974, and is a top supplier of all-in-one home fitness exercise equipment. Their blog shares insider fitness secrets, workout tips, nutrition news, and more to help inspire readers to get moving and get in shape.
Lenka, the author of the Runista blog, is a born and bred Slovakian who is “truly, madly and deeply in love with her life.” The Runista blog was born out of her love for running, the mountains, and the beautiful outdoors. You’ll find running product reviews, tips for fueling your body for runs, and more.
78. Champion Running
Liz Champion started running when she was 22 and found it incredibly difficult – but at the same time, very rewarding and addictive. Running, racing and fitness quickly became a huge part of her life, and today she shares her passion for the sport on her blog, Champion Running. You’ll find race recaps, reviews, and more.
Tamsyn founded her blog to document to journey from an overweight 30-something to a fit and slim Ironman. In February 2013, she set a five-year goal to complete an iron-distance triathlon. Later that year she completed her first two triathlons, and is currently on a mission to lose body fat and improve her running, swimming, and cycling performance.
Dr. Campitelli is a podiatrist in Akron, OH specializing in foot and ankle surgery with an interest and enthusiasm for running as well as helping runners with injuries. He founded Dr. Nick’s Running Blog to provide the most up to date and comprehensive information on running and training for endurance events.
81. Addicted to Running
Steve Wagner has completed 24 marathons and is always training for the next one. As the title of his blog suggests, he has been addicted to running since 2008, and uses his blog to share his passion with the world. On the blog, he shares his personal race results, performance and recovery tips, and more.
82. Rand Runs
Randall Wharton is a runner and blogger who lives in Kerry, Ireland and is passionate about running marathons and ultramarathons. He set a goal to run his first marathon before the age of 40, and when he began training, he quickly realized just how much work it was going to take. Since then, he has completed 18 marathons and 9 ultramarathons. He founded his blog to help inspire fellow runners along their own training journeys.
83. Mom on the Run
After years of chasing deadlines at various corporate jobs, followed by full time motherhood and then becoming a work-from-home mom, Anupriya Kapur discovered her love of running in 2009. She has completed numerous races – including half marathons, full marathons and ultra runs – and founded Mom on the Run to help people realize that running is a recreation that’s meant for everyone.
Thomas, the author of Diary of a Rubbish Marathon Runner, is a husband, father, and running enthusiast in Kerry, Ireland. He uses his blog to document his training schedule, race results and performance. Despite the name of his blog, Thomas has completed an impressive list of marathons, and his blog offers a unique glimpse into his methods and perspective.
85. Jamie Pang
Jamie Pang is a runner and blogger based in Kuala Lumpur, who has been running for most of his life. In fact, he completed his first half marathon at the age of 15 and has run over 29 marathons since then. His blog helps guide runners at all stages, and serves as inspiration for new runners looking to get into the sport.
Growing up, Thad McLaurin was never really into sports. But during his freshman year of college, he decided to give running a try – and after his first race, he was hooked, especially when it came to running long distances. Today, he’s a certified running and fitness coach and the author of RunnerDude’s Blog. His mission is to help others live healthy, active lifestyles, and his blog covers everything from general fitness to marathon training tips.
Carrots‘N’Cake is a blog authored by Tina, who believes that “bad” foods can be part of a well-balanced diet when eaten in moderation. After her son was born, she realized she didn’t have the same time or energy for her healthy habits. So, she turned to simple, efficient, and effective workouts and recipes to stay in shape, and now enjoys sharing those same strategies with her readers.
ChiRunning is a running technique based on movement principles of T’ai Chi, designed to help runners reduce, prevent, and recover from injuries. The ChiRunning blog shares inspirational content for runners, as well as useable, practical running tips, techniques, and advice.
Shannon Chenoweth has been writing as long as she could hold a pencil. She’s written for publications like The Orlando Sentinel and The Osceola News-Gazette, but today Shannon has a second passion: fitness. After losing 80 pounds, she has now run five marathons, twenty half marathons as well as numerous other distance races since 2010. She hopes her love for running, fitness and healthy living can help inspire others.
Stephanie Case is a Canadian human rights lawyer who discovered ultrarunning nine years ago. In 2014, she started a charity called Free to Run, which provides opportunities for women and girls to get involved in sports in conflict-affected communities. On her blog, she shares race reports, training tips, and other topics related to ultrarunning.
91. Ali On the Run
Ali is a writer and editor in New York City, and also the author of the Ali On the Run blog. She founded her blog in October 2010 in an effort to make friends and find like-minded people in her Manhattan hometown, as well as to share her passion for running. Since then, she has expanded her blog to cover other fitness topics and workouts like spin, yoga, and more.
92. Salads 4 Lunch
Janice is a full-time working mother of three with a Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology and a Certificate in Athletic Therapy. Rather than focusing on attaining a “beach ready body,” Janice’s blog focuses on overall health and wellness. She’s on a mission to find happiness through living active, eating healthy, and enjoying life, and she’s inspiring others to do the same.
Mindi Friedland and I’m a full-time office manager by day and a blogger by night. She’s also a wife, mother, and the author of the fitness blog Lifting Makes Me Happy. Mindi’s blog covers fitness as well as mental health and personal development, and she aims to write posts that are honest, practical and helpful to your soul and your health.
94. Pfit Blog
Steve and Bonnie Pfiester are a husband and wife duo who offer tough-love advice and encouragement to those who are ready and willing to work hard to achieve their fitness goals. Whether you’re looking for a new workout routine or you just need some encouragement, Pfit Blog will inspire you to get “pfit” and be the best possible version of yourself.
95. Mariah Dolan
Mariah Dolan teaches busy moms how to fit a healthy lifestyle into the rigmarole of work, family and the constant barrage of children’s activities. Her goal? To make “healthy” an essential part of your day, everyday. After battling her own weight gain and successfully losing 50 pounds, Mariah wants to teach her fellow moms that they don’t have to choose between another diet program and the sanity of their families.
Eliannah started her blog AcroCafe to share her passion for alternative fitness, often related to being upside down! She has competed on American Ninja Warrior twice, and performed in two semi-professional circus shows. Find unique workouts like rock climbing, hand balancing, and more.
97. Fitness Is Sweet
Aurora is a recent college grad interested in fitness and nutrition, and the founder of the Fitness is Sweet blog. She was first introduced to the world of fitness and nutrition through competitive softball. These days, she also teaches indoor cycling classes and enjoys exploring new workouts to challenge herself. Fitness is Sweet chronicles her daily fitness adventures, and serves as inspiration for readers.
Rebecca Trachsel is a mom of two girls, a runner, a coach, and an avid music fan. She founded her blog Running With Music to share her stories of running, music, and a bit of everything in between. On the blog you’ll find playlists, live music reviews, running products, race reviews, and personal running updates and stories from Rebecca.
RunEatSnap is a health and fitness blog authored by Jill, a Registered Dietitian, avid runner, and photographer. It primarily covers three topics: running (Run), food & nutrition (Eat), and photography (Snap). Learning about fueling your body for workouts, nutritious recipes, race recaps, and more.
Alison Heilig is the owner of Miles To Go Athletics, a NASM Certified Personal Trainer, Corrective Exercise Specialist, Women’s Fitness Specialist, RRCA-Certified Running Coach, and Registered Yoga Teacher. She’s also the blogger behind Pursuit of Awesome, a top fitness blog that shares her adventures in ultrayoga and running.
101. Run Steff Run
Steff is a runner and blogger who lives in Pittsburgh with her husband and their cat. She ran track and cross country throughout high school, but badly injured her IT Band, effectively ending her college running career before it began. After finishing graduate school, she rediscovered her love of running and founded her blog, Run Steff Run, to keep herself honest about her training, and to share her race reports and running stories with the world.
102. Tutus and Tennies
MaryBeth Jackson is a fitness enthusiast and the blogger behind Tutus and Tennies. After putting off running for most of her life, she decided to dive into the sport with the Princess 1/2 at Disney in 2012. Wearing her tutu and flashy tennies, she fell in love with running and now documents her running adventures on the blog.
103. Crazy Running Girl
Lora is a 30-something-year-old who lives in Minneapolis and is head over heels in love with running. She first started running to lose weight, but ended up loving it more for the physical and mental benefits and supportive community. Crazy Running Girl chronicles Lora’s fitness goals, race recaps, running product reviews, and more.
104. Jill Will Run
Jill is a distance runner who loves the sport so much, she even jokes that “it takes her 3 miles just to warm up.” She started her blog Jill Will Run in 2008 to share her passion for running and health with others. She enjoys testing new running, fitness and health products and often write reviews of them on her site, and also shares running motivation and tips.
105. Free Flowing Energy
Louise Tremayne is an EFT Practitioner, Coach and Therapist with over 10 years experience. She helps people to reduce their stress and anxiety by teaching them tools they can use to help themselves. Her blog covers a range of health and wellness topics, like food cravings, weight loss, and sports performance.
106. Health Populi
Jane, a health economist and the blogger behind Health Populi, believes that health is a person’s most valuable asset. She studied public health and economics at the University of Michigan, and has spent the last two decades advising a vast array of healthcare stakeholders in the U.S. and Europe. On Health Populi, Jane shares her overarching perspective that health is everywhere.
107. Nutrition Stripped
McKel Hill is a leader in the healthy living world, dedicated to inspiring others to pursue a life of balance in wellness. A Registered Dietitian Nutritionist, she is also the founder of Nutrition Stripped, a company dedicated to optimizing health through nutrition, fitness, and a simple philosophy toward wellness. Her blog offers a daily dose of wellness to those who look to McKel for inspiration on how to live whole, eat well, and feel amazing.
Sharon is an award-winning blogger, author, registered dietitian nutritionist, and plant-based food and nutrition expert. The Plant-Powered Blog is her multi-award winning blog, where where Sharon posts daily on living a plant-powered life. On the blog, you’ll find cooking tips, nutrition information, recipes, photo diaries, traveling, product reviews, interviews, the latest in science, and much more.
109. Adventure Wellness
Ann Gibson is an “Intrepid Coach, Visionary Nutritionist, Functional Medicine Alchemist, & Director of Possibilities” dedicated to helping women with an adventurous spirit have more energy, inspiration, adventure and freedom in their lives. She created Adventure Wellness to inspire you to lead a life of more fulfillment and freedom while making a positive difference in your own unique way.
Meredith Rhodes is Madison, WI based Health Coach, and the blogger behind From This Day Forward. When she was in her mid-30’s, she noticed extra weight creeping up on her., along with a few other troubling health concerns. Eventually, her struggles led her to start using food as the ultimate medicine. Meredith uses her own experience to help others create a personalized “roadmap to health” that suits their unique body, lifestyle, preferences, and goals.
And there you have it – our list of the top 110 fitness bloggers!
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