Be inspired by 5 fashionable fitness Intagrammers


Be inspired by 5 fashionable fitness Intagrammers


Nowadays more than 37% of whole world’s population is using social media. One of the great example how social media does a big impact is Instagram. Its idea have changed as well: from only photos sharing to a place where more and more people coming for other reasons. Here they can follow their icons, such a music or movie stars, athletes, take adventures with travelers, photographers, take a break for short movies of comedians or socialites, become an expert by watching life hacks, tips and, of course, get inspiration from lifestyle, fashion and fitness influencers.

Here are 5 the most following Instagram accounts for fashion, fitness and lifestyle.


    1. Michelle Lewin @michelle_lewin


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#UnAñoDespues #PuertoRico ❤️ Outfit @one0one_101

A post shared by Michelle Lewin (@michelle_lewin) on Sep 20, 2018 at 5:27am PDT


2. Jen Selter @jenselter


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You miss 100 % of the shots you don’t take🥊 Throwback to this amazing shoot with @bebe_stores #bebebabe #ad

A post shared by Jen Selter (@jenselter) on Sep 6, 2018 at 9:04am PDT

3. Kayla Itsines @kayla_itsines


4. Joe Wicks   @thebodycoach


5. Alice Liveing  @aliceliveing


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NATIONAL FITNESS DAY • What does fitness mean to you? Over the past four years it feels as though more and more people are incorporating exercise into their lifestyle. THIS IS FAB. Why? Exercise has extensive benefits for both mind and body, with recent NHS stats showing that regular exercisers were 50% less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, up to 35% less likely to suffer from cardiovascular disease, 83% less likely to suffer from osteoporosis, and up 30% less likely to suffer from depression to name just a few. In fact, NHS Dr Nick Cavill is quoted as saying that ‘If exercise were a pill, it would be one of the most cost-effective drugs ever invented’. The government guidelines recommend that we partake in at least 150 minutes of exercise each week to reap the benefits of exercise. So, how can we go about doing this? 1. Stop categorising exercise into what’s done in a gym environment. A brisk dog walk, a cycle to work or even a few hours spent cleaning the house can be classed as exercise. 2. Break it down into small chunks. Why not set yourself a challenge of walking for 20 minutes each day? That’s just a few laps round the block and by the end of the week you’ll have clocked up 140 minutes of movement! 3. Find a way of exercising that works for YOU. We are all unique with different bodies, likes and dislikes. There is no BEST way to exercise, it’s just about finding something that you enjoy that elevates your heart rate, makes you feel good and increases your total daily energy expenditure. 4. Try a class! With a huge abundance of options out there of things to try, why not make it your mission to experiment. Take a friend and challenge each other to try something new. 5. Finally, don’t confuse looking physically fit with being physically healthy. Abs don’t equal health, and just because someone looks ripped it doesn’t mean they’re a picture of health. Try and take the goals away from the aesthetic and instead think about simply moving well and moving more. So, instead of seeing exercise as some sort of necessary physical torture, let’s use today as a motivation to get moving for the right reasons, and to do it in a healthy and achievable way!

A post shared by Alice (@aliceliveing) on Sep 26, 2018 at 10:24am PDT