Today is National Women’s Health and Fitness Day (yes it does exist). We’re celebrating it by giving you 15 women worth following if your intentions are to be in better shape than you were yesterday.
Instagram is fun but it can also be the most useful phone app you have if you’re feeding your timeline with all types of people to help you achieve the goals you want in life. If health and fitness are your main intentions, here’s 15 women you should be following on Instagram.
Not only is she a certified personal trainer but she’s also a nutritionist with a positive and sweat driven workout DVD, Black Girls Workout Too.
Not only does she make working out entertaining but she’s also very fashionable. Vixens love a personal trainer that doesn’t lose her style to while staying in shape.
The very fit mother uses her Instagram to motivate you to “eat clean and train dirty.” Plus if you follow her, you’ll be hip to when she’s in a town near you and teaching class.
She not only is a beast with her body but she also has her own DVDs for you to bring her hard work to your home. Plus her motivational quotes are a great message to pop up on your Instagram when you don’t expect it.
Not only is she in shape thanks to her love of yoga and motivating others to do the same, but she’s also very educated with a B.S. in chemistry and math and working towards her PH.D in engineering.
Mankofit gives us life everytime she pops up on our Instagram. Not only is she gorgeous but she can probably give most men a run for their money with her workouts.
She’s our favorite to follow because her body is past a ten and it’s all natural. Meaning you can have the attributes you see without spending a dime on it.
If you’re in LA area and want to get a great workout and break a sweat, follow Nic!
Devone Martin is not only in shape; she’s also a boss promoting her own apparel as well as nutritional guide and personal training.
What we like about following Adam Thomas is that he doesn’t keep his workouts in the gym and shows the progress of his client’s work.
One half of the “Black Girls Workout 2,” Lana Ector dedicates her Instagram to dispelling myths about black women and their health. She also has a DVD dedicated to helping others get in shape.
Sharifa Sakinah’s fitness page isn’t just focused on getting fit, but eating right and living life as well. The guru spends an ample amount of time getting her followers hip to the diet and workout method she’s currently using.
This official Nike trainer is an expert on staying fit. If you want a sleek and ab-heavy body, follow her for the best guidance.
We would be scared the first day to take her classes because she seems intense, but we know we’d see a major change in our lifestyle and physique by working with her.