10 of the best fitness blogs for 2018

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If there is one comforting thing that you should be hearing this year, it is that it is never too late for being healthy and fit! We are still in the middle of the year, and while you have so much to make up for, if you do not know where to start, below are the best fitness blogs to help you begin with your trip to tip-top physical fitness.



Did you know that involving yourself in a regular physical activity is essential to help ensure that you remain healthy? Accordingly, regular exercise can help control your weight, strengthen your bones and muscles, and reduce your risk of cardiovascular disease, type 2 diabetes, and some cancers. Moreover, being physically active also improves your mood, and thus your mental health, mobility and ability to complete tasks as an older adult, and it also increases your chances of living longer. There are hundreds of fitness blogs available to provide tips, ideas, and information on the best types of activity to boost fitness and instructions on how to do them. Read on to find out why these blogs are on top of the list and why you should highly need to check them out according to The Medical News Today.



MyFitnessPal is a smartphone app and at the same time a website that records physical activity and diet. The app can work out the optimal intake of calories and nutrients for the user to successfully achieve their goals, and it even uses elements of gaming to motivate them. This blog also focuses on giving information that are easy-to-read on eating psychology, nutrition, weight loss, fitness inspiration, workout guides, and motivational support through the victory stories on the blog.



This blog has great significance since Natalie Jill Fitness was founded after a person in the name of Natalie Jill gained weight straight after losing her house, retiring, and ending her marriage. She was able to turn her life around and became an inspiration to others in the process. Natalie’s specialization includes fitness, weight loss, healthy lifestyles, and body weight training. Natalie also coaches, motivates, and encourages people to stop making excuses, and instead make solutions for them to become the best and healthy version of themselves.



ACE stands for the American Council on Exercise. ACE is a nonprofit organization that certifies exercise professionals and health coaches. ACE has a goal to accomplish since its vision is to get people to move and provide scientifically backed education to fitness professionals and health enthusiasts to make an impact on preventable diseases related to inactivity by 2035.



It was Adam Bornstein who developed Born Fitness with the goal of taking the stress out of health, nutrition, and fitness. If you hope to lose weight, gain muscle, eat more healthfully or live longer, Born Fitness gives solutions to tailor your needs. There are activities that are available on the blog to fit all levels of fitness — starting from beginner to advanced. The training posts also include how to incorporate resistance bands into your routine, preventing knee, back, and shoulder injuries during your workouts, and the reality about the 7-minute workout.



The Fitnessista is a healthy lifestyle blog written a fitness instructor-personal trainer and weight loss specialist based in San Diego, CA in the name of Gina Harney. Gina has two children and in her blog, she shares bits and pieces of her family life on the blog along with quick but effective workouts and healthful recipes that are super speedy to put together.     



Suzanne Bowen has all her training compiled that she had received and given over the course of 16 years and created Suzanne Bowen Fitness. Suzanne is also the maker of BarreAmped, which is an internationally taught barre fitness technique. The blog challenges you to boost your workouts and your fitness levels, such as the crunchless abs workout, a lightweight routine for the upper body, and a rebounding workout and its benefits.



Erica Ziel, aside from being a personal trainer and an expert for fitness-infused Pilates, is also the founder of Knocked-Up Fitness. She has more than 10 years of experience already in training numerous clients, and thus she is also an expert in prenatal and postnatal training, and teaching women how to strengthen their core muscles for an easier pregnancy, delivery, and recovery.



Lisa Gulley created Workout Mommy in 2007 to give health and fitness information for mothers. According to Lisa as a mom of four boys, she is fully aware of how being a mom requires you to look after someone other than yourself 24/7 and that finding the time to exercise is a challenge. Therefore, she aims to give inspiration, motivation, and ideas you need to fit fitness, exercise, and health into your busy schedule and keep your sanity in check.



Katie Dunlop is a certified personal trainer, group fitness instructor and the creator behind Love Sweat Fitness. She established Love Sweat Fitness with the aim of inspiring women all over the world to achieve their happy and healthy body.

After college, Katie found herself overweight by 45 pounds and was fed up with trendy workouts and fad diets. She decided to take her fitness and health into her own hands, lost her excess weight, and identified her true passion for helping women to reach their goals.



Nerd Fitness tells that they are a community of misfits, mutants, and underdogs that are ready to help you on your fitness journey. If you are overweight and frustrated, in danger of serious health issues, want to become a healthier parent, or just want to look or feel better about yourself, Nerd Fitness desire to help you to make small changes so that you can live a happier, healthier, and more fulfilling life. Their blog posts include distinguishing the main differences between weight loss success and failure, the number of calories you burn while walking, and even how to get strong like Logan with the Wolverine workout. Weird but beneficial.  

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