There are sooo many blogs out there. And while there are a ton that we love and that we read, we thought it would be fun to compile and share a list of those who inspire, motivate and teach us the most. The below sites are our go-to reads!
Best Fitness Blogs and Websites
FitSugar. This “sweet” site is always good to hit up for some new fitness info!
That’s Fit. What’s fit? That’s Fit. That’s what.
Popular VideoThis young teenage singer was shocked when Keith Urban invited her on stage at his concert. A few moments later, he made her wildest dreams come true.
MizFit Online. We’ve known Carla since the beginning. Love her message to be unapologetically yourself!
Brooklyn Fit Chick. With playlists, magazine recaps and more, this fit chick has it going on!
Fit-Ink. We love Kate and Liz who write this lovely site. It’s focused on the endurance-training side of things and never falls to make us say, “wow!”
Shape. With new fun slideshows, news and tons of daily articles to get you moving, we check this site just about daily!
Popular VideoThis young teenage singer was shocked when Keith Urban invited her on stage at his concert. A few moments later, he made her wildest dreams come true:
Diets in Review. Our source for all Biggest Loser insider-info, this site doesn’t just review diets, they give you the 411 on all things weight-loss!
Great Fitness Experiment. Charlotte fearlessly tries all things fitness. And quite hilariously.
Exercise TV. Free workouts. Need we say more?
“Me” Movement. With the message that we all need some “me” time and self-love, this blog is totally FBG approved!
That’s Fit Canada. This blog may be in Canada, but it knows no boundaries when it comes to all things health!
Eating Bender. A true sweetheart, Jenn of Eating Bender makes eating healthy deliciously fun.
Carrots ‘N’ Cake. Healthy. Balanced. Delicious. A fave foodie blog of ours!
Green Mountain at Fox Run. This blog is the best-of-the-best when it comes to getting to the roots of emotional eating. Ground-breaking, people!
The Fit Stop. Get it? It’s like “pit stop,” but with fitness. We love, love, love this blog!
Eat Like Me. Because seeing what a dietitian eats day in and day out is fascinating—and refreshing.
Okay, who did we leave out? What are your favorite blogs to read? Tell us! —Jenn