Best Fitness Blogs To Workout - Top Fitness Blogs To Read
11.20.12

The fitness blogging world has taken the internet by storm in the last few years. Now more than ever, it’s easy to find an accountability buddy, a new treadmill routine, or just someone like you who is taking their health into their own hands. From mommies to college grads, from burpees to Body Pump, there is someone and something in the fitness blogging world for everyone. Here are a few of our must-bookmark blogs when it comes to getting inspired to perspire through the holidays.

  • Our top fitness blogs to bookmark now...

  • MizFit

    Carla Birnberg of MizFit.com isn't your typical fitness blogger - and that is why we love her so much. Her tag line "Because Fitness Isn't About Fitting In" guides Carla as she dives into everything from product reviews to hilarious anecdotes about her daughter and partner-in-crime. You'll be seriously inspired and laugh your face off simultaneously.

  • Q by Equinox

    Equinox Fitness is at the cutting edge of everything fitness-related, and their blog is no exception. Qblog is not only visually stunning, but exposes you to the top trends and scientific studies when it comes to breaking a sweat. Qblog, we salute you.

  • Fit Bottomed Girls

    When Jennipher Walters and Erin Whitehead originally started Fit Bottomed Girls, they intended it to be a hub for all things fitness. Due to the site’s increasing popularity, the FBG team now includes all types of fresh perspectives and fun content. The FBGs are all about being real women, not some fitness ideal or bodybuilder. Fun, informative, and down-to-earth.

  • Fitnessista

    Gina of Fitnessista started her blog to share her healthy recipes, workouts, and lifestyle with her personal training clients. Since then, it's exploded into a go-to blog for quick workouts, clean eats, and a dose of what it's like to really live a fit lifestyle in the "real world."  We love Gina's upbeat personality and hearing about her adventures as a military wife, new mom, and all-around awesome individual.

  • The Great Fitness Experiment

    One year of trying every fitness craze under the sun? We wish we could! That is why we love Charlotte, who has done it for us! Charlotte takes the guesswork out of exercise - you know those moves you've always wanted to try? That piece of equipment that makes you wonder: "Does this really work?" Use The Great Fitness Experiment as your guide.

  • YogaDork

    Are you a yogi? Do you love to laugh? We've got the blog for you. YogaDork offers commentary on the latest yoga news with wit and wisdom. They remind us that through all the Warriors, Down Dogs, and Half Moons, one of the most important take-aways from yoga is not to take yourself too seriously. YogaDork, we heart you.

  • Fitness Black Book

    Rusty Moore launched Fitness Black Book in 2007 as a way to detail what it really took to look like your fave lean, mean fitness machine celebrities (without the crazy extremes or a bodybuilding mentality). Since then, it has evolved into a hub for "all the tips your personal trainer doesn't know about." We love his easy to understand circuit training workout!

  • Meals & Moves

    Janetha of Meals & Moves: wanna be our new BFF? This fit chick writes with the candor and ease of a best friend you've known for ages - a best friend who is game to try any fitness challenge thrown her way. Visit her site for the workouts and recipes, stay for her way of making you feel like family.

  • FitSugar

    FitSugar is our favorite when it comes to quick bits of helpful and fun fitness anecdotes. We love their sound advice, celeb profiles, and short yet effective how-to videos.

  • Mark's Daily Apple

    Mark's Daily Apple is kind of  the golden standard when it comes to fitness blogging. Billed as "primal living in the modern world," Mark's advice is for Paleo devotees and non-Paleo folks alike. Always consistent, always informative, always posting exactly what we've been wondering for months on end. Why is my weight loss stalled? Why am I not sleeping? Mark has all the answers and a pretty stellar lifestyle program to follow if interested.

  • Blogilates

    We didn't think it was possible - but fitness guru and POP Pilates creater Cassey Ho makes us LOVE the moves we usually loathe, via Blogilates. Couple this with her upbeat personality, wealth of information and fit fashion tips, and you've got your new online addiction. Squats, hundreds, and leg raises, oh my!

  • Huffpost Healthy Living

    Formerly the fun fitness blog operating under the moniker of "That's Fit," HuffPo's fit-minded corner of the web is not to be missed. It's everything you'd expect from a Huffington Post site: quality content, intriguing contributors, and the nitty-gritty facts you're dying to know about. We love their nutrition posts and wellness factoids, but their fitness content is especially stellar. Bookmarked!

  • Running Off The Reese's

    Dear Cely of Running Off The Reese's: If laughter truly burns calories, then we've dropped a dress size since first perusing your blog. Cely knows how to strike the balance of informative and hilarious, mixing quality workout insights with LOL-worthy memes and celebrity "inspiration." This twenty-something beauty also suffers from rheumatoid arthritis, so her positive outlook and fit lifestyle despite the challenges thrown her way are incredibly inspiring. 

  • Peanut Butter Fingers

    Julie Fagan founded Peanut Butter Fingers in September 2009 as a way to simply share her fitness tips, yummy recipes, and life tidbits with her friends and family. Since then, PBF has grown into a force to be reckoned with in the fitbloggin' world. Julie updates three times daily, documenting her life one bite, one step, one laugh at a time. Her smile is infectious, and the way she balances her life's various components makes her a true healthy role model.

  • We want to know...

    These are our faves, but there are so many great resources out there! Is there a go-to fitness blog we haven't mentioned that you're dying to share with other TCM readers? Leave us a comment and tell us why they get an A+ in Phys Ed!

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  1. Ooooh Thanks!! I’m always looking for more health blogs to add to the reader! A couple more I love are No More Dirty Looks and Well & Good NYC. Both are more health related than fitness, but I still love them! Tim Ferris also has a good blog based on his 4-Hour Body book.

    Also I want to add Positively Positive. It might not be about fitness- but the general message is super healthy!

    • Great suggestions, Elle! When it comes to health and wellness from the inside out, we adore Positively Positive and Well & Good NYC as well. And now, thanks to you, have two more healthy living faves to add to the list! XO

      The Chalkboard | 11.20.2012 | Reply
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  2. great list of inspiring bloggers!!! thanks for putting this together!

    • You are so welcome!

      The Chalkboard | 11.20.2012 | Reply
      • Great list. My favorite is definitely Fitness black book. I have been following it since December 2007. Just amazing content they have.

      • Marks daily apple and Fit Sugar are really good ones that I have frequently visited in the past. Great list, lots of new ones I haven’t heard of yet.

  3. I love Miz and PB Fingers too.. so many great blogs around now. But you really should check out Run To The Finish if you are looking for fitness and healthy living inspiration and ideas. Especially this time of year. Amanda runs a Holiday Bootie Buster Challenge that has 1000 entrants every year, from now through the beginning of the new year. Check out #HBBC2012 on Twitter.

    • She sounds awesome! Thank you for the suggestion, Elle!

      The Chalkboard | 11.20.2012 | Reply
      • A great compendium of fitness related blogs! Must say you are rendering a yeoman service to the online fitness community. Kudos! Keep it up!

  4. Love Carla & Charlotte & many of the others BUT I see some new ones I must check out! I never miss Carla or Charlotte though! :)

    • Neither do we, Jody! So glad we could suggest some newbies for you :)

      The Chalkboard | 11.20.2012 | Reply
  5. Tina from Best Body Fitness (tinareale.com) is amazing! Not only is her blog great, but she runs Best Body Bootcamps that are wildly popular! I’m participating in one for the first time (week 5 — woot woot!) and the strength I’m gaining is incredible! Definitely check her out :)

    • We definitely will, Katie! And keep us posted on your Best Body Bootcamp progress via Twitter ( @chalkboardmag) or Facebook – we’d love to cheer you on!

      The Chalkboard | 11.20.2012 | Reply
  6. Oh wow!! Thank you – I’m so honored to be included on a list with so many fitness luminaries. This made my day! I really appreciate you taking the time to read my stuff; that really means a lot to me:)

    • You are one of those fitness luminaries, Charlotte! Thank you for writing such a fantastic blog to share with all of us. xo

      The Chalkboard | 11.21.2012 | Reply
  7. Check out lovingfit.com. Tatiana is all about proper form and really shows you in each video what that should look like and why it matters.

    • We definitely will, Maddie – thank you for the suggestion!

      The Chalkboard | 11.21.2012 | Reply
  8. I love these blogs! Such a great resource for health and fitness news. One of my favorites that isn’t on this list is Well+Good NYC. Check it out if you haven’t. Definitely deserves to be on this list.

    Rosa | 11.21.2012 | Reply
    • Thank you for the reminder, Rosa! So much fantastic health and wellness info – and some pretty sweet workouts to boot! xo

      The Chalkboard | 11.21.2012 | Reply
  9. YES to marksdaily apple – even though I’m not paleo/primal, I find his site super informative and I like his approach about both physical and mental health.
    PBFingers on the other hand is one of the most boring blogs I’ve ever read, her blog posts are very repetitive and her life is pathetic.

    Other fitness blogs I love are ZuzkaLight.com (for workout videos) and SweatLikeAPig (for weight-lifting tips).

    Jay | 12.03.2012 | Reply
  10. Check out Ballet Beautiful- Ballet-inspired fitness program. You will never go to the gym again. I love this program it is intense, fun and challenging.

    • Will do, Pamela – thanks for the suggestion!

      The Chalkboard | 12.06.2012 | Reply
  11. Check out this one too!!
    http://bitesizewellness.com/

    It’s chock full of little wellness tidbits…! Love it

  12. I love Blisstree.com! It’s a big mishmash of fitness and wellness content. Check em’ out!

    reyna | 02.01.2013 | Reply
  13. wow, what an awesome list- i’m honored to have been included! thank you for thinking of me <3
    xoxo

    • We’re huge fans, Gina! Thanks for creating such a fun, informative blog.

      The Chalkboard | 02.11.2013 | Reply
  14. Hi there! This post couldn’t be written any better! Looking through this post reminds me of my previous roommate! He always kept talking about this. I am going to forward this information to him. Pretty sure he will have a good read. Many thanks for sharing!

  15. Great post, fantastic round up of the best blogs from around the Web. Certainly motivated me, to stay fit, healthy, and happy! Lorraine

  16. Thank you for the great post. These are all some great blogs!

  17. Evilcyber.com for free home workouts!

    Nicole | 03.02.2013 | Reply
  18. This was a great read and very inspirational. Looks like I still got a lot of work to do on my own fitness blog! And I thought I was doing good haha

    • We’re sure you are doing great, Isaac – but glad our list could provide some inspiration!

      The Chalkboard | 03.06.2013 | Reply
  19. I love Miz Fit and Fit Bottomed Girls (especially since FBG are from Kansas City, where I live).

  20. There are some good blogs in your list, I often frequent Mizfit and The Great Fitness Experiment. I’ll check out a few more now, thanks.

  21. This is a great list. I’ve bookmarked a few that I like for future reading. There’s so much to learn from the actual experience of others.

    One blog I suggest is the one by Tim Ferriss (fourhourworkweek.com/blog). He wrote the 4 hour body and 4 hour workweek. While it’s not a hardcore fitness only blog, but he covers lots of fitness related, and lifestyle related topics.

    • Thanks for the suggestion, Patrick – bookmarked!

      The Chalkboard | 03.22.2013 | Reply
  22. This is a great list which means tons of information for me to scan through. This is gonna take a while, but should be worth the effort to improve my own fitness blog. Bodyfitnest.com

    • Glad to hear that, Isaac – there is so much to learn from each of these great blogs!

      The Chalkboard | 03.23.2013 | Reply
  23. There are some awesome blogs here I’m glad I found this site, definitely in my bookmark.

  24. Hey great list of blogs, I’ve read a few of them, even used a few ideas for when I train my clients.

  25. it contains very useful tips for health and fitness, i really get very good information.thanks

    • So happy to hear you found the piece useful!

      The Chalkboard | 04.01.2013 | Reply
  26. Thanks for the great list, I haven’t seen most of these sites. Bookmarked!
    My fitness & nutrition blog is http://www.tonedstrength.com/blog. It just launched a couple months back, maybe it’ll make it on to your next list. ;)

    • Thanks for sharing, Kaitlyn – we can’t wait to check it out!

      The Chalkboard | 04.02.2013 | Reply
  27. Check out winetoweighlifting.com its awesome blog, i think it deserves a mention

    tom | 04.04.2013 | Reply
    • Thank you, Tom – will do. What a great blog name!

      The Chalkboard | 04.04.2013 | Reply
  28. Just starting my fitness blog so will come back later when hopefully I will have included the Strength & Fitness articles I’m working on at present. Reading through some of the info above has certainly spurred me on to get myself and my blog in better shape! Thanks.

    • Great to hear, Steve! Love seeing how the members of the blog world inspire one another!

      The Chalkboard | 04.05.2013 | Reply
  29. One I have just read is http://www.bumfuzzledjane.com. She seems to bring an irreverent (just had to look up the spelling of irreverent – I must be getting old) and humorous style to her fitness and lifestyle.
    For a particularly opposite view on conventional views on fitness you should take a look at one of her guest posts – http://bumfuzzledjane.com/guest-post-ditch-the-gym-get-ripped/ (nothing to do with me – I just wish I had the wit and the skill to have written it).
    All in all it’s a very comprehensive blog.

    Andy

  30. Wow! A great list of blogs to learn more about fitness regime, health and well being. I’ve bookmarked this blog to come later. I just went through Gina from Fitnessista. Thanks for suggesting her blog. Really motivate me to stay fit and healthy.

  31. pumpsandiron.com far and away the best.

    Jane | 04.07.2013 | Reply
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    Peng | 04.19.2013 | Reply
  37. Favorite fitness blogs are http://www.alexandrabring.se, a beautiful Swedish fitnesstista, and http://www.mimikong.wordpress.com, a gorgeous Loatian fitnesstista. These ladies go beyond the elliptical and yoga mats and really train hard core. Lots of CrossFit.

    Anon | 04.30.2013 | Reply
  38. This is great! I already had a few of these bookmarked, but you have some great ones on here. Thanks!

  39. This is a great list of fitness blogs. Thank you very much for your sharing. I will read through them.

  40. Try this daily workout blog! http://jennfit.ca/blog/

    Sara | 05.11.2013 | Reply
  41. I love lists like this, you think you have the best blogs bookmarked already and then you discover some new ones you would never have otherwise seen. Thanks for this

  42. Thanks a lot. You have given such a good information. Really nice information for body fitness will be very helpful to everyone.

  43. Thanks ~ a wealth of really interesting blogs to dive into… can’t wait.

    Terry Powers

  44. Good to see Mark’s Daily Apple here, Robb wolf’s Paleo Solution website should have made it up here too, as well as Richard Nikoleys Free the animal site.

  45. Excellent list of fitness blogs you have put together. Going through each of them one by one, there is a TON of great information on them, and my head is spinning on where to start, but I will put together a list and come up with a plan. Thanks so much for the share.

    • So glad you found the list useful, Sallie!

      The Chalkboard | 05.24.2013 | Reply
  46. Great list! I have looked at some of them over the years and they are awesome. I recently started a fitness blog myself and I want some questions or topics to talk about! Check it out at http://www.collegefitnessmonster.com .Thanks guys.

  47. This is really nice. I’m so grateful to see the list of so many fitness luminaries. I really appreciate your effort and I will try to follow these exercising rules and also try to show it another people.

  48. I just got into weight lifting and exercising, mainly at home using adjustable dumbbells and resistance bands. This list of fitness blogs will definitely come in handy

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  50. Awesome list! I’ll try and check every single one of these blogs. I’ve been forever looking for a fitness blog that has all I need when it comes to staying fit. I’ll let my friends know which blogs are worth the time checking! Thanks!

  51. Wow! What a great list of quality trend setting and creative bloggers. Thanks so very much :)

  52. I like Fitnessista blog.

  53. Hey guys! Just wanted to let you know that my new weights blog will be coming soon. Most of you know me as a running guru – guilty! However, the new and improved Coloradogary74 is turning to weights in a big way. I went from precariously running through the hidden trails of Northern Colorado to an old fashioned diehard gym rat. It’s what I live for now, and my new blog will dive into weights just as hard and as fast as I did! So if you want to know the best way to work your lutes, or just want to know the standard gym lingo, then you will want to check out my new blog which undoubtedly will be on this list next year.

    Signed,

    Coloradogary74

    • Hey Coloradogary- What’s the name of your blog? I’d like to check in from time to time since it sounds like you’re not quite sure of the release date. The more info. the better. Your running blogs were outstanding. Hopefully your weight training is going just as well.

      Lift on,
      KJFan6

      KevinJamesFan6 | 06.06.2013 | Reply
    • Great news, thanks for sharing!

      Suzanne Hall | 06.07.2013 | Reply
  54. Hey ColoradoGary, sounds like you are really trying to better yourself through lifting weights. However, I would suggest some karate classes if you really want to look better naked. Over time weights will increase your muscle mass and strength but karate will give you spirit and harmony throughout your life. If you would like more info please don’t hesitate to contact me via the karateusa blog.

    karateskills13 | 06.06.2013 | Reply
  55. Awesome list! So informative about getting in shape, thanks for sharing!

  56. Yogadork is a great blog! I don’t even like yoga but they have some funny articles!

    • We agree, Kru. It leaves us inspired and laughing!

      The Chalkboard | 06.10.2013 | Reply
  57. Great list! Someday I might actually take the advice of some of these blogs and get in shape.

  58. I’m really into Physique 57! I read about them in Cosmo and have been reading their blog since. They also sell their videos online and I think they’re worth it. The blog and tips are free though ;) http://www.physique57.com/blog.asp

    • We love Physique 57 as well! Thanks for the heads up on their fantastic blog, Lisa!

      The Chalkboard | 06.10.2013 | Reply
  59. Great list, checked them all out, and took something away from a few of them. Really like Peanut Butter Fingers.

  60. Thanks for the list.Fitness should be a way of life, and if I can’t get outside, I may as well read about it!

  61. Amazing list! I especially love YogaDork and MizFit

  62. Great article. I like the Mizfit blog.
    One of the other blogs I like is http://www.fitweblog.com. Nice thing about this blog is that you can find article on Nutrition, Fitness and Yoga (all in one place).

    Tracey | 06.23.2013 | Reply
  63. Maybe one day I will make this list. I just started a new routine and will post daily updates. So far… I’m on Day #2.

  64. I’m not sure the place you are getting your information, but great topic. I needs to spend some time studying more or working out more. Thank you for wonderful information I used to be on the lookout for this info for my mission.

  65. Great list and I have added some of these blogs to my list of favorites to help inspire ideas for my health and fitness blog.

  66. Fab list – Will be busy reading them all tonight. Thankyou.

  67. Just what I was looking for. A comprehensive list of fitness and health blogs for some research that I’m doing. You probably just saved me an hour of my life. Thanks…..Steve X

    • Fantastic – so happy we could help, Steve!

      The Chalkboard | 07.08.2013 | Reply
  68. We have been following Fit Bottomed Girls for a while now and they seem to make most every list that anyone puts out about these types of blogs. If you havent checked out what they do yet then it is well worth the effort.

  69. Great post – I have been following 3 of these blogs now for some time to make sure I stay up to date on the most current workouts. Thanks!

  70. Thanks for the list. I’m a fan of Fitness Black Book but hadn’t heard of some others.

    Will be going through them all.

  71. Thanks for Great article You are one of those fitness luminaries, Charlotte! Thank you for writing such a fantastic

  72. These blogs are even better. Spend some time with them and you’ll see:
    Fit & Hungry: http://www.angelrstone.com/
    Underground Wellness: http://undergroundwellness.com/
    Girls Gone Strong: http://www.girlsgonestrong.com/
    Lift like a Girl: http://www.niashanks.com/
    Eat, Lift, Be Happy: http://www.negharfonooni.com/
    Beauty Lies in Strength: http://www.jencomaskeck.com/

    Diana | 07.18.2013 | Reply
  73. Excellent information, I have followed a couple of these blogs or a while now you may also want to check out “the fat loss ninja.com” I really enjoy his style and the science he puts into a lot of his posts.

  74. http://www.beyondgymwalls.com is awesome for anyone looking to go outside of the gym to get in their workouts! It’s great for the stay at home moms and dads who don’t have time for the big box gyms. William posts often and covers a lot of topics from training, nutrition to even cooking! Its definitely my go-to site!

  75. Thanks!

  76. Great article! I visit Fitness Blackbook from time-to-time and looking through the list you have, there are several that i have now book marked for additional reading. I’ve been looking for something like this and I appreciate the information.

    Thanks for sharing.
    Jeff

  77. I will be definitely checking these blogs out!! I actually just started on in the last 6 mos. Still new, but check it out! http://www.getfitmom.net. Thanks! :)

  78. One of the best fitness author’s I’ve come across is Mike Rabe. His book got me in the best shape of my life (and I’m 48). http://www.FromFatToMuscle.com It can get a little intense (the workouts), but the results have been quite surprising to me.

    Barbara Van Croft | 08.03.2013 | Reply
  79. So glad to see Blogilates on here! I LOVE her workouts!

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  87. Nice resource, I have discovered a few new blogs thanks to this. Blogilates is awesome! May be worth updating this list from time to time, I guess a few us have bookmarked it?

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    • QBlog and Great Fitness Experiment are definitely up there for us as well!

      The Chalkboard | 11.13.2013 | Reply
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  116. Fantastic idea! Great warm up! I will surely follow them…

  117. So many great blogs around now. Get workout ideas and motivation to keep fit from this awesome blog.

  118. Thanks for leading me to what sound like a bunch of great fitness blogs. Just based on the name alone it looks like “Fitsugar” and “Peanut Butter Fingers” will be fun to get to know.

  119. It is a wonderful list. I have been following fat loss ninja and fit board by Mark are my daily staple

  120. These blogs are really helpful. It really helps the people who find health and fitness topic on the internet. I appreciate your good work. For any fitness related assistance log on to http://www.offyaglutes.com.au

  121. Thanks for sharing your favorite blogs.I like them as much as you.Good blogs inspires us everyday.

  122. Sure seems like men don’t have fitness blogs after looking at that list! =)

  123. Interested in free motivational software? Check out http://walktheat.linkemup.us to track mileage plus get location info and pics.

  124. Great Article!

    I found this site that connects people waiting to exercise togheter (smacktive.com)
    I sometimes have issues with encouragement and thought this would be cool to use since I don`t really have any other friends that are interested in fitness. Thoughts? What are other ways to connect with others?

    Karen | 01.06.2014 | Reply
  125. I think that’s a great list of how to stay fit and healthy in our routine life and checking you out I became motivated of being fit and healthy. Thanks a lot for sharing.

  126. Nice post and thank you for the list really helpful

  127. Oh great ! Thanks ! This looks amazing ! Thanks for a list of these blogs
    Also you can visit http://www.inonit.in for all the style tips

  128. This is an awesome list. There are so many sources for great info out there now. Next time around, I’d be thrilled if my blog, Motus Fitness, were to be considered!

  129. Thanks for the post! I found this list of fitness blogs really helpful.

  130. Red Wine Magazine
    There are fashion magazines. There are food magazines. There are religious magazines. And there are news, opinion, and health magazines. But have you ever seen a food, fashion, health, news and opinion magazine in a christian format.
    http://www.redwinemag.com/

  131. Nice blog…if anyone ever wants to count the number of steps or number of miles ran while doing their activities, I would recommend the Fitbit Flex wristband. It is accurate and has helped me set goals especially with soccer training. Check out the demo here:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=nO8z9WGaolQ

  132. Great list some of them are really informative.

    http://www.crunchbase.com/person/marco-guizar

  133. Thank you for the excellent list of suggested blogs. I’ve booked make quite a few of them. I also enjoy Michael Blauner’s blog. http://michaelblauner.com/ Thank you again for taking the time to create this list.

    Alyssa | 02.20.2014 | Reply
  134. Thank you for the excellent list of suggested blogs. I’ve booked make quite a few of them. I also enjoy Michael Blauner’s blog. http://www.topfitnessworkouts.com/ Thank you again for taking the time to create this list.

  135. thank u

  136. Hey Katie! This is a HUGE list. I love that you keep updating it. There are two sites that I’d like to propose. Tom from http://www.smartsixpacks.com . I found this site on Facebook and have been hooked. Another is Alan Aragon at http://www.alanaragon.com/. His is strictly nutrition (not sure if that works). Either way, both sites are part of my daily reading lol. Keep up the good work girl!

    Linda | 02.26.2014 | Reply
    • We’ll check them out – thank you so much for the suggestions, Linda!

      Katie Horwitch | 02.26.2014 | Reply
  137. How one woman’s stubborn decision to live a healthy lifestyle instead of taking pills led to the development of Careot – a free food, calorie and nutrition tracker app with some very cool features.

  138. Great list some of them are really informative.
    http://tophealthyfitness.com/daily-workout-routine-for-men/

  139. THANK YOU !

  140. this is amazing

  141. Thanks for sharing this great list with us. Nowadays people are more into craziness to stay fit and healthy and these blogs are really going to help them in a big way. Fitness freaks are going to love it.

  142. At last, a decent list of health and fitness blogs. Exactly what I have been looking for. Keep up the good work. I will definitely check back for more updates.

  143. This is a great list of blogs, just started a fitness blog myself for College students or people on a budget. Check it out at http://codyfosterfitness.blogspot.ca/

  144. Great Posts. Represent your fitness passion with athletic jewelry. We offer fitness charms and necklace combos of all sorts. Everything from kettlebells, dumbbells, weightplates to charms like “you vs you” , strength and more!
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  145. At last, a decent list of health and fitness blogs.
    thanks.
    visit: http://www.fitfixwellness.com

  146. Hiya, I’ve just started documenting my 6 week fitness challenge on my blog, would be great if you’d give it a read!

    http://mumblesofbumble.blogspot.co.uk

  147. These are really effective blogs! And here is a hungarian one for mothers: http://www.terhesseg-hetrol-hetre.hu/category/dieta-fogyokura-szules-utan

    mrsverocs | 06.07.2014 | Reply
  148. Larisa | 06.16.2014 | Reply
  149. I have been following ‘Fitnessista’ and ‘Fitness Black Book’ and must confess that they are amazing. Will definitely try the other blogs too. Thanks for sharing information and spreading root sources for fitness and health.

  150. Oh Wow!! list of fitness blogs this one is really good one to all fitness lovers. You really shared very useful information with us. All core exercises will be covered in these blogs and that will be very helpful for people.

  151. My big favorite always has been and always will be Mark from the Daily Apple. This guy has a knack for figuring stuff out that most of us can only dream about. He always has an answer to everything! As a longtime subscriber, I highly recommend his site to everybody I know.

  152. Hi! This is a nice list of recommended fitness blogs for inspiration and motivation. I’ll make sure to check all of it one by one. Thank you! :)

  153. Great list definitely! I loved the Fitnessista and its very useful for getting advice from experts!!

  154. Thanks for this great list of blogs. Fitness black book and Mark’s Daily apple is a regular visit for me.

  155. Thanks, Jean!


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