Top 20 YouTube Fitness Influencers & Coaches

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Top 20 YouTube Fitness Influencers & Coaches

Before, we gave you the Top 20 Fitness Apparel Brands on Instagram, today our team at Influence Digest has done extensive research to find the highest the best YouTube Fitness Influencers and Coaches that provide the most value.

Without any further delay, here are the Top 20 YouTube Fitness Influencers and Coaches of 2018:

#20 Bart Kwan

Bart Kwan is a powerlifting fitness guru. His Youtube channel features transformation and lifting videos. Kwan owns Barbell Brigade located in downtown Los Angeles.

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#19 Omar Isuf

Omar Isuf always delivers fitness videos that aren’t only informative but funny and witty!

Regardless of your experience level, Omar’s videos can help tighten your form, clean up your diet, and introduce you to a training style you’ve never dreamed of.

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#18 Dana Linn Bailey

Bailey is a female fitness influencer who’s strong in both body and spirit. She was crowned 2013’s Ms. Physique Olympia, making her the first women’s physique pro in the official organization’s history.

If you’re a fitness lover then you know how big the Olympia competition is! Her can-do attitude and work ethic show exactly how dedicated Bailey is.

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#17 Elliott Hulse

Hulse’s Strength Camp dominates all YouTube channels. His motto is, “Become the strongest version of yourself.”

Hulse not only helps people with their fitness but also touches base on sensitive topics like bullying and low self-esteem.

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#16 CT Fletcher

Need some Monday morning motivation? Look no further! Fletcher truly knows how to amp you up and get you moving.

Fletcher will force you to push your limits even if you don’t feel like working out. He’s quick to call you out and make you put in serious work.

 

#15 Christian Guzman

Gym owner, founder of the Alphalete Athletics clothing line, fitness YouTuber—Guzman embodies fitness entrepreneurship.

His down-to-earth approach to vlogging has earned him a dedicated following of loyal fans.

 

#14 Nikki Blackketter

Hailing from LA, and new to the YouTube fitness block, Blackketter has gained popularity quick.

An NPC bikini competitor, and online fitness coach, Blackketter regularly posts vlogs on her channel allowing her followers a peek into her day to day life.

 

#13 Chris Jones

Jones is one of the OG’s in fitness YouTubers. His no-nonsense, very raw approach to building a “physique of greatness” is appealing to both old-school and new-school trainees alike!

 

#12 Matt Ogus

Ogus is a competitive natural bodybuilder and one of the early pioneers of the YouTube fitness movement.

His passion for fitness, cheerful personality, and desire to help others make his channel a must follow for anyone looking to learn more about the fitness industry.

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#11 Mark Bell

Bell is the creator of the Slingshot and owner of Team Super Training Gym.

His channel is filled with his raw and fun coaching advice to elevate your lifting game. Want to get stronger and have fun doing it? This is the guy to follow!

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#10 Kayla Itsines

This Australian fitness guru’s channel showcases workout routines from her Sweat app.

Itsines offers 28-minute workouts that you can do at the gym or in your home. No more using the excuse “I don’t have a gym membership.”

 

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#9 Sarah Dussault

Sarah’s channel embraces living a healthy lifestyle. Her channel is geared more towards healthy eating but its a must follow especially if you need meal prep ideas that keep you within your macros.

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#8 Jerry Ward

Ward has a no-nonsense point of view, and we respect it! His BioSynthetic Training is the blend of training, nutrition, and cardio. I mean what else would you want in a program?

His channel pushes the boundaries and talks about subjects in the fitness world that are usually kept hush hush.

 

#7 ChelseaLifts

Chelsea shows that pretty girls can lift! She is quickly becoming a source of inspiration and motivation for women who want to get into weight training.

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#6 Nick Wright

Wright is an all natural bodybuilder & sponsored athlete. That means NO DRUGS! 

Wright started lifting at a young age of 15. His extensive knowledge and lifting longevity have inspired thousands to achieve their ideal physique.

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#5 The Hodge Twins

The Hodgetwins are the owners of an extremely popular fitness blog. Not only are they hilarious, but their channels consists of a variety of videos.

Not only are they unique, but they are entertaining and who doesn’t love a good laugh from a couple of strong bros?

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#4 Mike Rashid

Rashid is a former professional Golden Gloves champion. Nowadays you’ll see him training hard and immersing himself in the fitness and nutrition world.

His motto is “Train Your Mind as Hard as You Train Your Body.”

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#3 Steve Cook

Cook is all about positivity and motivation. His channel consists of weekly workout videos and vlogs of him as he aims to help people live a healthier lifestyle. He is a world-class fitness coach and influencer.

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#2 Dom Mazzetti

Who doesn’t love the BroScienceLife YouTube channel? This channel pushes the boundaries and touches base on everything that most of us are already thinking and just too nervous to say out loud.

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#1 Bradley Martyn

Martyn recently opened up his own gym, Zoo Culture. Growing up a skinny kid, Brad got into weightlifting and bodybuilding. His motto is to “go after anything in life that you want!” His motto on life is the reason he ranks #1 among this list of fitness influencers and coaches.

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