15 Fitness Instagram Pages To Follow

I’m always on the lookout for new, unique, and inspirational fitness instagram accounts to follow so I figured I’d share my favorite 15 accounts…other than myself of course! 😉

1. Hannah Bower-Hall


Probably the most “typical” fitness account I follow.  She posts great workouts, has an amazing core guide.  As a physical therapist, I’m envious of her ability to educate on core activation and intra-abdominal pressure.  She also shares a ton of insight into family life and has her own supplement company as well! 

2. Jen Fraboni, PT, DPT


Jen is an amazing person and physical therapist who posts a ton of educational content to keep you healthy and moving well!  Her approach doesn’t just include focusing on the area of symptoms, but she looks at the entire body and how lifestyle can impact your pain experience.  She has a ton of resources on top of her IG page including the mobility method, podcast, and blog posts!

3. Jordan Syatt


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Without motivation we wouldn’t get started with much at all. – But relying on motivation is where most people go wrong. – It’s not easy to follow the starvation diet or cleanse or detox. But for a brief time (7 days, 21 days, 30 days) it’s doable. – Motivation will help you power through. – But eventually your motivation will dwindle from a roaring flame to a dull burn, at best. Extinguished at worst, and more likely. At that point you’ll revert to your habits. What your mind and body knows best. – And if you haven’t spent time creating new, healthy, sustainable habits…you’ll go back to what you did before. Usually until you “undo” all the progress you just made (and then some), and you get another boost in motivation – sick, tired and disgusted – to try again. – Listen. – Don’t get woo’d into the quick fix or rapid results or 7-day solution. – They rarely work. And almost always do more harm than good. – Take your time. Be patient. This isn’t a race. No need to rush. Relax. Deep breaths. Give yourself some leeway. Room to breath and make mistakes. – Because mistakes will happen. And that’s ok. It’s part of the process. By planning to make mistakes along the way, you eliminate guilt when you go off track. And when you eliminate guilt, you eliminate the binges and feelings of failure that keep you from getting back on track. – Listen. – Take it slow. You’ve got all the time in the world. There’s no finish line. No race. Just time. – Take your time. Enjoy it. – #alwaysoptimal #sfinnercircle #syattfitness #flexiblediet #flexibledieter #flexibledieting #iifym #ifitfitsitsits #intuitiveeating #cleaneating #moderation #healthyeating #carbs #carbohydrates #carbcycling #keto #ketodiet #nutrition #moderation #precisionnutrition #easydiet #healthyfood #healthyliving #happy #happiness #smile

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Jordan gives the best real advice about diet.  As a unicorn, coffee, and Harry Potter lover, he consistently provides practical advice paired with humor.  His podcasts and youtube videos also are informative and give even more practical advice!

4. Alyssa Olenick, PhD(c)


Lyss is a current PhD candidate at the University of Georgia studying female metabolism.  She is also a beast with strength training and running ultra-marathons.  She has a ton of fitness related education that is actually evidence based and isn’t afraid to call it like it is! She also hosts the Messy Middle Podcast, which also has a ton of educational info! 

5. Morgan Rose


Morgan is a trainer currently based in Australia.  She posts a combination of bodyweight, lifting, and hand balancing workouts.  Her personality and passion for what she does radiates from her page!  

6. Madeleine Leander


Madeleine is amazing on a campus board, peg board, or really with anything either hanging from or standing on her hands! Her arm and grip strength are goals on so many levels! Her posts always keep me motivated to focus on upper body strength!

7. Stefanie Millinger


Okay, so this chick’s ability to balance on anything is amazing!  She is so talented, daring, and does things that I’ve never seen anyone else do!  Her control, flexibility, and strength awe me in every post.

8. Kathrin


This bada$$ chick is a former police officer in Germany turned trainer.  She has a ton of fun bodyweight at home workouts posted on her IG and youtube.  She is also super passionate about what she does and is always smiling! 

9. Sam Sweeney


Sam posts a ton of great gym workouts that are super thorough and intense!  She has more of a bodybuilding style to her workouts, but her form is amazing.  She also owns a gym with her husband, which is where her posts typically are filmed!

10. T


This Canadian personal trainer is always coming up with fun challenges to try!  Umm yeah, most of which I have no chance of being able to do! She is often seen upside down and flipping around. You can also see a lot of bloopers in her stories!


11. Kasey Jo Orvidas, PhD


Kasey is a super knowledgeable coach who did her PhD research on behavior change. She posts a ton of educational content related to mindset and fitness. She also has a coaching company, @kjocoaching, who I have used for nutritional coaching and highly recommend if you’re looking to make sustainable changes and find a coach that listens to you!

12. Stacie, PT, DPT, CSCS


Stacie is a fellow Doctor of Physical Therapy who owns her own clinic in Arizona.  She posts a ton of educational content to help you move and feel better!  

13. Jen Crane, PT, DPT, OCS, ATC


Dr. Jen Crane is also a Doctor of Physical Therapy, but specializes in treating circus artists and other hypermobile individuals.  She has a ton of educational posts on her page for those wanting to improve their flexibility.  She has created protocols for returning to activity after gender affirming top surgeries, created an amazing, individualized MyFlex flexibility program, and has experience treating olympians and other amazing athletes!

14. Adriell Mayes


Adriell is a kettlebell guy who posts amazing workouts on IG.  I love his variety of movement patterns including lateral and rotational movements!

15. Lindsay Camerik


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Hey, I’m Lindsay, but some of my close friends call me Slay. I didn’t get that name because I exude confidence and badassery 24/7. In fact, it’s really been quite the opposite. Even though I post a lot of photos and videos of me doing handstands in cool places, confidently defying the status quo, the truth is that my life is and has not always been sunshine and rainbows and handstands in beautiful places (and it still isn’t just that). In my 22 years I’ve fought a lot of battles, most of them in my own head. I’ve struggled with clinical anxiety and depression since the age of 12. My entire adolescence was marked by my struggle with anorexia. I’ve seen more than my fair share of therapists and doctors and have spent several months of my life in treatment centers. It’s only been in the past few years that I’ve started to find some balance in my life, and my handbalancing practice has been the outlet I’ve always needed. I’m not saying all of this for pity or sympathy; I live a very blessed and privileged life and I am grateful every day for it. I’m saying this because I want you to know that the person you see on instagram living the seemingly idyllic life is, at the end of the day, a human. And all of us humans struggle, no matter what kinds of talents or privileges we may have. Underneath the filters, we’re all just conscious sacks of bones and organs on a giant floating space rock, trying to get by. For me, handstands just make it a little bit easier. #worldmentalhealthday

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I’ve never met Lindsay, but it is amazing what influence one can have through social media.  A few years ago, I was struggling finding my passion again after retiring from gymnastics.  I didn’t realize that calisthenics existed.  I was scrolling through my personal Instagram and Lindsay’s training made me realize what I was missing.  Since then, her training has changed as she has grown.  Now she mainly posts hand balancing or fire spinning videos as compared to calisthenics when I first began following.  I will always be thankful that she introduced me to calisthenics without even realizing!  I know she is just a person who is doing what she loves and it shows.  I will continue to support her wherever her passions take her and you should definitely check out her page!

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