1. Fitness on toast
Fitness on toast is brought to you by Faya, a Swedish personal trainer and fitness blogger based in London. Expect new motivational training ideas and tips to fuel your body with nutritious and unusual recipes, both pre and post workout.
Check out her site here: Fitness on toast
2. The Body Coach
The Body Coach, Joe Wicks has featured regularly on our blog, and his short, healthy, #LeanIn15 recipes have proven a huge hit on social media with his large following of fans. On his blog, Joe shares more information on his 90 day Shift, Shape and Sustain lifestyle plan, along with regular workout and diet tips. There have been some incredible body transformations as a result of his plan and you’ll certainly feel motivated once you see some of them.
Check out Joe’s site here: The Body Coach
3. Lazy girl running
Brought to you by Laura Fountain, a UK athletics coach in running fitness, Lazy Girl Running is far from what the name suggest. Laura provides a wealth of information, sharing great advice on coaching, providing information on running groups near to you and you’ll also find some running books from Laura herself.
This blog gives a great insight into the trials and tribulations faced when running and preparing for marathons and other races. If you’re planning to run in a marathon this year, this is a blog well worth following.
Visit Laura’s site here: Lazy Girl Running
4. Wedges & Weights
A popular site for women, Wedges & Weights is run by Hannah, a personal trainer, fitness blogger & online health coach. Hannah’s focus is on women looking to transform their whole lifestyle. She focuses on nutrition, designs personalised training plans, and works on achieving a positive mind set and balanced lifestyle.
Hannah is very active across here social media channels and we’d highly recommend subscribing to her YouTube vlog for regular fitness videos and advice. Hannah also shares some healthy recipes on her blog – showing that what we eat has a big impact on how we perform.
Visit Hannah’s site here: Wedges & Weights
5. The fat girls guide to running
Julie Creffield decided to start her blog following the birth of her daughter, and hasn’t looked back since. Julie knew that inspiring other overweight women to run was her calling in life and she has gone from strength to strength over the past decade. Her blog claims to be the world’s only resource specifically designed for plus size runners and is a great resource for anyone looking to get into running regardless of your size or level of fitness. The five weeks to 5K challenge is a great way to challenge yourself if you aren’t overly active and a good introduction to running.
Visit Julie’s site here: Too Fat To Run
6. The Squat Bot
The Squat Bot is a UK health, fitness and lifestyle blog brought to you by Sarah Harradine. Sarah’s philosophy is run fast, lift heavy and eat hard, and this is highlighted throughout the site. Sarah discusses a range of training topics including running, Yoga, Crossfit and weightlifting. You’ll also get advice on what to eat and how to generally look after yourself as you start to focus on pushing your body that little bit further in your training.
Visit Sarah’s site here: This Squat Bot
7. Imperfect Matter
Cat Meffan from Imperfect Matter describes her blog as a hub for all things health and fitness. In her blog Cat details her own personal fitness journey – the highs, the lows and everything in between. She also has a Yoga section in her blog which is worth checking out if you are interested in Yoga and its various forms.
Visit Cat's blog here: Imperfect Matter
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