As we round the corner to the end of 2017, fitness is going to be on everyone’s mind. It is hard work trying to wipe our bodies into shape. And we’ve all been there. Where do you start? The gym can be a scary place, but thankfully, we’ve got the Internet. With social media and influencers everywhere, there’s no excuse for not taking care of yourself. You can learn anything on the Internet, including how to get fit right in your own home – without prying eyes or feelings of self-consciousness you might have at the gym. Sure, most people are going to wait until after the new year to commit to getting healthy, but for those of you who are planning to get ahead of the curve, we’ve rounded up the 5 best fitness channels on YouTube so you can get jiggy with it before the holidays roll around.
This YouTuber is a physiotherapist and knows a thing or two about staying fit and lean. Just look at him. If you want to up your exercise routine and ensure you are doing it safely, check out Athlean X. Getting fit with someone who understands how the body works and moves is a great option for people who are nervous of hurting themselves, or for people who are just easing their way back into fitness following an injury. You’ll be tempted to jump back in the saddle quickly, but taking your time is best.
Built like a truck, you’ll see this YouTube fitness sensation even moving truck tires from time to time. He’s mean and lean and he’ll show you how to get that bod into shape in no time. There’s no shortage of fitness related YouTubers out there, but when you see a guy flip tires, you know he’s the real deal.
Nikki Blacketter is fierce. She has taken the YouTube and fitness world by storm. With multiple awards and a reputation for being a committed training partner online, you’ll want to check Nikki out for some inspiration or ass-kicking. The choice is yours. You’ll get everything you need to start looking and feeling better when you tune into Nikki Blackketter.
We like Mark because he’s the real deal. Many of his Youtube videos have real people in the background who want to get in shape, just like you and me. You won’t feel intimidated by his workout style, and he’s great to follow for those looking to get serious about their health and fitness. His approach is easy to understand and you can get into a groove quickly following his informative and useful videos.
If you are looking to make the transition from beginner to not-so-beginner, Buff Dudes can help you get there. Their natural, step-by-step instruction that makes you feel like you are accomplishing small fitness goals feeding into more significant goals. Want to get fit? Check out Buff Dudes before the new calendar rolls around and you’ll already be off to a great start when you ring in 2018.
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