Posted on May 02, 2018 by Josh Puttock

You may have already seen a blog by us on social media fitness accounts, but there really are so many that we thought we should do a “Part 2”. Social media has become very popular – in a good way – in the fitness industry, and for all the right reasons.

Using platforms such as Instagram can be very useful in terms of gathering information. You can keep up to date with what’s going on, be alerted about new studio openings, trending fitness styles, training courses, ideas for workouts and much more.

I am definitely a big fan of Instagram and I use it to try to inspire people, celebrate achievements and empower my clients by sharing my journey. But in terms of who I follow, I’ve listed five noteworthy accounts below.

@alexia_clarke

The most inspiring account from a workout point of view is definitely Alexia Clark with her daily workouts. She definitely keeps things moving, and it’s one that I look at regularly.

@sophiegraceholmes

Another very inspiring account belongs to Sophie Grace Holmes, a personal trainer with Cystic Fibrosis that motivates people on the importance of challenging the body and living a healthy and fit lifestyle.

@iammelwells

Melissa Wells is my number three, and she’s the author of The Goddess Revolution. She motivates women to love themselves more, to build a better relationship with food and to improve self-awareness.

@grenadejay

Jamie Alderton, author of Mindset With Muscle, is a must-follow for every personal trainer that wants to grow their business, expand their knowledge in the field and be a better human being. His daily Instagram stories are filled with tips and advice.

@dr.jacob.harden

Last but not least is Dr Jacob Harden with all his great mobility exercises, injury prevention tips and rehab and prehab drills. He can help people with all kinds of injuries and pain management needs.

By Eleonora Berra, Personal Trainer