Massy Arias has been highly successful at promoting fitness through social media. Interestingly, in one of her Instagram posts, she shared a picture where she flaunted six-pack abs in her 18th week of pregnancy.
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This fitness icon is a man on a mission. Also known as The Body Coach, Joe Wicks is a social media star who gained popularity online with his 15-second and 15-minute healthy diet recipes.
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Machine-based fitness programs were just not cutting it anymore, so Kayla Itsines designed exercises based on the individual goals of her clients, providing a completely custom workout routine.
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If you are looking for motivation to take up some serious bodybuilding, Calum Von Moger can certainly inspire you with his Arnold-like physique that earned him a major role in the film “Bigger.”
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Forbes listed Cassey Ho as one of the emerging fitness and social media marketers. It shouldn’t come as a surprise as her YouTube channel “Blogilates” has more than 4.6 million subscribers.
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The versatile and talented actor is undoubtedly a fitness goliath who does not take a break from exercising. That’s right! Mr. Johnson works out 7 days a week and does two leg days.
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At 61 years old, Tony Horton to this day motivates millions of fitness enthusiasts around the world with his supercharged P90X home training programs, one of the toughest to endure.
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The actress turned online yoga guru has helped millions channel their fitness effectively to better living. Her video series “Find What Feels Good” and YouTube channel “Yoga With Adriene” have inspired millions toward healthy living.
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Jillian Michaels created quite a buzz in the fitness world with her tough training tactics on the popular weight loss TV reality show “The Biggest Loser.”
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Msuclemania Pro bodybuilder and motivational muscleman Simeon Panda has over 5 million Instagram followers. He is also the owner of Just Lift and SP Aesthetics sportswear brands.
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Her transformation into a WBFF professional motivates millions like her to take up fitness. Other achievements include being a New York Times Bestseller for her book “Banished.”
Her journey from medical rehabilitation to becoming a fitness icon is a story of true motivation. Hartwig’s personal experiences also fueled the idea for the Whole30 diet program.
This fitness expert specializes in training women back in shape after pregnancy. Wells emphasizes on shifting focus toward health over aesthetics in exercise.
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The professional strongman has won illustrious titles of Arnold Classic Strongman, America’s Strongest Man, and World’s Strongest Man. He also offers strength and conditioning training.
Women around the world follow Katie Dunlop’s Love Sweat Fitness exercise program that eliminates impractical workouts and unnecessary diet plans to achieve their health goals.
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Raw, ripped, and fit to the core; Ulisses Jr. credits his thirst for fitness to family, friends, and bodybuilders from the golden era. He channels the same motivation successfully through social media.
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She is the brains behind the 21 Day Fix and 80 Day Obsession workout programs and is an author of the best-selling cookbook “Fixate.” Top Hollywood celebrities and major brands constantly seek Autumn Calabrese for her expert advice.
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You know Tom Brady as the champion quarterback of the New England Patriots, but he’s also one of the most influential fitness icons. His TB12 exercise routine lets you in on his secret to peak performance.
Apart from writing best-selling books like Yoga Cures and Make Your Own Rules Diet, Stiles is the proud creator of Strala – an approach that combines several methods of healing and fitness.
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Champion strongman Eddie Hall holds the world record for deadlifting nearly half a ton, which nearly killed him. His book “Strongman: My Story” tells a tale of ferocious training and a herculean struggle.
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The movement coach is also well known for her KaisaFit method of training. She was also was one of the trainers invited to feature in Michelle Obama’s fitness campaign “Let’s Move.”
Clark’s intense workout and fitness routines have helped her live up to the self-proclaimed title of Queen of Workouts. She has quite a fanbase with 1.8 million followers on Instagram.
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Rich Roll is a living example of how a vegan diet and healthy living can supplement an Ultraman champion. He has transformed general perceptions about plant-based nutrition and actively advocates its benefits.
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Jennifer Lopez and Gwyneth Paltrow are among few of the A-list celebrities Tracy Anderson has trained. She is well known for her signature Tracy Anderson Method.
Shaun T is popularly known for training programs like Hip-Hop Abs and Focus T25. The fitness icon also hosts a podcast, owns an apparel line, and is the author of the self-help book “T is for Transformation.”
If you’re looking for a reason to take the first few steps into the world of fitness, Rich Froning can give you that push! He has won the title of Fittest Man on Earth by conquering the CrossFit games four times.
Three-time world Crossfit champion Mathew Fraser has broken several records and influenced millions to take up fitness as a way of life. Since, his back surgery in 2011, Fraser has bounced back to earn legendary status.
Robin Arzon went from fighting for your rights to making you fight to achieve your weight loss goal. This ultrarunner has authored the bestselling book “Shut Up and Run” and is VP of fitness startup Peloton.