17 Fitness Rock Stars To Add To Your Instagram Feed

Who isn't addicted to Instagram? Give your feed a fitness-focused reboot by following these badass athletes. They'll inspire you to get out there and get moving — in every way imaginable.

Anna Victoria

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Her quick workout videos, full of body-weight moves you can do anywhere, will inspire you to start moving, even if it’s just in your living room.

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Jessamyn Stanley

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Jessamyn's approach to yoga: it's for everyone and ANYONE can do it! Her positive attitude shines through in posts and short videos, where she offers short gems of wisdom.

Dylan Werner

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Who says dudes can’t do yoga? This yogi has a background in wrestling and rock climbing, but these days, he’s more into inversions.

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Kayla Itsines

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Her 12-week workout plan consists of 28-minute workouts that bring serious results. It sounds easy enough … until you get started.

Ashley Galvin

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This awe-inspiring yogi shares challenging poses in the most idyllic locations. Proceed with caution: you might find yourself anxious to move to the West Coast.

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Dan Nevins

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Veteran Dan Nevins lost both of his legs during the second war in Iraq. Yoga has played a large role in helping him heal — and now he's working to encourage others to take up the practice.

The Sweat Life NYC

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The Sweat Life is a weekly web series and online magazine, founded by Aly Teich. Teich has the pulse on all things sweaty and cool in New York City — add her to your feed to get in the know.

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Camille Leblanc-Bazinet

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She was crowned “Fittest Woman on Earth” at 2014’s CrossFit Games, and her Instagram account is full of what you might expect: serious squats, impressive deadlifts, and so much more.

TMAC Fitness

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If you've done a TMAC workout, you know how hard core this guy is. But he's all about getting your #mindright before anything else.

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Husband-and-wife duo Honza and Claudine Lafond practice Acrovinyasa yoga, which takes yoga from "earth to air," resulting in a lot of really cool Instagrams.

Hannah Bronfman

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Bronfman is the founder of HBFit.com (which stands for Health. Beauty. Fitness.) and lives by the motto "Mind right, body tight." Follow her for fitspiration and a glimpse into her glam life.

Travis Brewer

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He calls himself a ninja warrior, what else is there to say?


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Self proclaimed handstand and acro enthusiasts, Briohny and Dice Iida-Klein, are another yogi couple worth the follow.

Ballet Beautiful

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Mary Helen Bowers is the brains (and beauty) behind this barre-centric account. Look out for cameos from celebs who take her classes.

Alana Blanchard

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This championship surfer is well worth the follow — not only does she tackle monster waves, but she also travels to some pretty incredible destinations.

Gypset Goddess

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Beautiful sunsets, inspiring yoga moves, and colorful foods and flowers will flood your feed when you start following this down-to-earth yogi.

Patrick Beach

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Much like his name would suggest, Beach is either on the beach or in the studio performing impressive inversions.

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