5 Female Fitness Figures Worth Following On Instagram And Why

Ladies, are you interested in getting into shape but you don’t know where to start or if you can accomplish your goals? It can be overwhelming at first trying to find your perfect workout because there are a plethora of different exercises and workouts to choose from.
Plus, you have to alter your eating habits, by incorporating more nutritional options into your diet. Don’t give up because a good workout doesn’t just make you look fantastic, but it also promotes good health.
Two important things you need to reach your fitness goals are motivation and organization. STARTplanner products help you organize your workout schedule and integrate it into lifestyle. As for motivation, you should follow a few female fitness figures and allow them to be your role models. These phenomenal ladies have plenty of fitness experience and can give you advice, introduce you to exercises and can relate to some of your struggles.

1. Jamie Eason

Jamie Eason is a fitness model, writer and a winner of the World's Fittest Model competition. She is a well-known advocate for fitness and femininity. Eason has been featured in and graced the cover of several women and fitness magazines. However, her most rewarding achievements include being a wife and mother. Despite her accomplishments, her life has had its fair share of devastating moments. At 22, she was diagnosed with breast cancer while she was an NFL cheerleader. After sustaining an injury, she discovered she had Spina Bifida Occulta at 28 years old.
However, Eason didn’t allow her pitfalls, to become her setbacks. She has developed a swimwear and supplement line and is the female spokesperson for Bodybuilding.com. On Bodybuilding.com, Eason suggest workouts and routines to millions of people that follow her. She also provides great fitness advice for women seeking to keep healthy during pregnancy and lose weight afterwards.

2. Jen Widerstrom

Jen Widerstrom is an author, fitness model and personal trainer. She is best known for replacing Jillian Michaels on NBC’s The Biggest Loser. Her big personality and caring heart has won over millions. Widerstrom has always led an active lifestyle, but it wasn’t until her early 20’s that she decided to embrace a physical fitness career. Several fitness magazines have featured her on the cover and interviewed her. Recently, Widerstrom has written a book called, “Diet Right For Your Personality Type.”

3. Danielle Natoni

Working out with Danielle Natoni, is like getting into shape with family. Natoni is a wife, mother, motivator, entrepreneur and a Beachbody Coach. Before she became a Beachbody Coach, she was a fifth grade math teacher with two kids and a ton of debts. As a Beachbody Coach, Natoni changed her entire life around by motivating and helping others. On her IG,she invites anyone who wants positive change to join her team of over 15,000 people from different backgrounds. Natoni’s workouts deliver results just take a look at her Fit and Funky Facebook page. She uses it as a cyber support group for her followers and posts weight loss success stories, exercise videos and more. 

4. Lindsay Matway

Lindsay Matway is a 15 Star Diamond Beachbody Coach that teaches “The Bombshell Dynasty” team. However, the road to becoming a fitness coach was a rocky one. In her early twenties, she had modeling and entrepreneurial dreams, but she met her now husband and got pregnant. Matway saw her dreams melt away as her waistline began spread. Thirty-one weeks into her pregnancy, she felt horrible.
Her husband insisted that she go to the hospital. When she arrived, she underwent an emergency C-section and her daughter was born 8 weeks premature with a grade 3 of 4 brain bleed. Doctors predicted the worse for her daughter, but she defied the odds. She and her husband were ecstatic their daughter was going to be fine, but Matway had to fight her way back from depression and a much heavier physique.
One night, Matway saw an infomercial with P90X home workout system by Beachbody and ordered it. After 60 days of physical and mental hardwork, she was able to get her life and fit physique back. Now, she seeks to help others who desire to get in shape. Matway shares fitness advice, recipes and encouragement for women confused about how to start their fitness journey.  

5. Anna Victoria

Anna Victoria is a fitness expert that created the Fit Body Guide (FBG) in 2015 that has been giving women the results they want. The FBG is a fitness system that combines 30-minute high-intensity workouts with healthy eating practices. With the system, you can burn fat, increase energy, and improve your metabolism and stamina. You don’t have to embark on the weight loss journey alone. The FBG has developed a community where women with the same mindset come together to support and motivate each other toward completing their goals. Victoria developed the FBG based on her four core principles, inward approach, quality over quantity, balance and loving yourself.
You should also follow our co founders Kristy Dickerson and Jenny Grumbling. Might catch them working out, or working out their fingers on the keyboards. But they will inspire you all the same!

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