In this list I’ve named the best fitness blogs, in my own opinion of course, and given the name of their founder and a little bit about them. The list also covers a complete range of styles such as bodybuilding, weight training, female fitness, running, calisthenics, you name it.

Brandon Carter

This is a blog I’ve been following for quite a long time. Brandon is a fitness model and let’s be honest guys, why wouldn’t you want a body like this? Brandon shares his best advice on here that he puts into action himself in his daily life.

Love Sweat Fitness

Katie Dunlop’s Love Sweat Fitness community inspires women everywhere to find their own healthy, happy bodies. While the website features daily workouts, recipes, community forums, and much more, the blog is where Katie shares content like her own healthy spring morning routine, the biggest weight loss mistake you may be making, weekly workout schedules, and her latest sweat babe crush.

Cressey Sports Performance

Tony Gentilcore is a trainer and co-founder of Cressey Sports Performance, a fitness training facility “by athletes for athletes.” His focus is largely on weightlifting. He jokes that he’s a pro at “picking things up and putting them down again.”

On his blog, Tony shares insightful and often humorous posts about everything from deadlift warmups and workouts to make you leaner to fitness marketing 101 and important things every coach should know.

Dianabol Elite

Dianabol Elite is a very famous blog for fitness equipment reviews and supplement reviews. You must definitely follow this blog when you are going to buy the first fitness equipment for yourself. They also suggest some stores to buy genuine products, so make use of it.

The Balanced Life

Like many working women, you may struggle with finding time to exercise and seeing results that will make you want to stick with your workout program. Here’s where The Balanced Life may help. While you have the option of signing up for a membership with exclusive pilates videos with the program’s founder, Robin, you can also find a lot of free tips on her blog.

Ben Greenfield Fitness

As a former bodybuilder and triathlete, Ben Greenfield is also an exercise physiologist and coach with over 20 years of experience helping others achieve their athletic goals. He uses this experience and more in his blog. Not only will you learn some tried-and-true strength and conditioning techniques, but Greenfield’s emphasis on the role of clean eating may also help you get to the next level, too.

Pumps and Iron

Pumps & Iron is the official blog of Nicole, a certified personal trainer and group instructor from Boston. While readers will undoubtedly find fitness tips, Nicole also shares workout videos you can use in the comfort of your own home to help guide you through both equipment and body weight-based strength training.

Keep It SimpElle

Elle is a professional trainer and London-based entrepreneur who shares her passion for fitness and a healthy lifestyle via her blog, Keep It SimpElle. She keeps a fun tone throughout her posts, which include helpful workouts, running and cycling tips, and proper stretching. If you’re an aspiring fitness professional yourself, Elle has a section of her blog dedicated to business and blogging advice. Readers can also check out Elle’s online fitness classes, race appearances, and more.

Robertson Training Systems

Robertson Training Systems is a professional training blog written by founder Mike Robertson. Here, both current and prospective personal trainers can find helpful tips for making the most out of their client sessions, as well as sport-specific training advice.

This blog may also help readers who aren’t necessarily working in the personal training profession but are curious about gaining insights from Mike’s 18-plus years of experience working with both professional athletes and beginning exercisers.