The Top 4 Best Fitness Influencers You Must Follow!!!
You know as well as we do, there are a million different fitness influencers out there right. So which ones know what they are talking about. Well in our humble opinion if you don’t follow these four fitness influencers your missing out on gains, big time.
Jeff Cavaliere MSPT, CSCS served as both the Head Physical Therapist and Assistant Strength Coach for the New York Mets during the National League East Championship 2006, 2007 and 2008 seasons and coached some of the game’s most accomplished players including future hall of fame pitchers Tom Glavine and Pedro Martinez, and perennial all-stars Carlos Delgado, Carlos Beltran, David Wright, Jose Reyes, and Billy Wagner to name just a few. He is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).
Fitness pioneer Tracy Anderson’s revolutionary method can give anyone—regardless of their genetic shape—long, lean muscles and true body happiness. Tracy knows this, because she’s done it to herself—and thousands of others. After moving to New York City on a dance scholarship when she was 18, Tracy gained 40 pounds, which she could not shake from her 5’ frame. While her mother is built like a ballerina, her father has battled obesity his entire life, and it was this genetic predisposition—coupled with hormonal shifts—that undermined all of her efforts at the ballet bar. Despite over-exercising and under-eating, she could not budge the weight. Despairing, she abandoned her dreams of becoming a professional dancer.
Chris Heria is a badass elite calisthenics athlete and trainer who’s competed internationally against some of the very best. Street Workout Champion, Professional Bar Athlete, Online Celebrity, and Premier Calisthenics Authority are a few of the many titles Chris holds. His revolutionary training, extensive knowledge, and core fitness framework make up the backbone of Thenx’s cutting-edge programs.
PERSEVERANCE, PATIENCE AND DEDICATION
It’s been almost 4 years since I embarked on this journey. Its very possible that you already know a bit about me through social medias, but now I want to open up a little more.
4 years ago I was under going my studies in fashion design, I would only model a few times during the week. I was extremely thin since a muscular body is not something desired in the modeling world. One day at the gym I met a trainer who would forever change my life, his knowledge and mentoring catalyzed the life style that I now live.
Everyday I’d acquire more of an understanding and my body was starting to respond to the training. As a result, my modeling career started coming to a halt due to the all the muscular mass I was gaining. Many told me to stop training because I was “hurting” my body, but the passion I had for the life I was starting to live was incredible.
After a year and a half of discipline and dedication, I enrolled in a fitness competition in which I came in 3rd place. I was extremely surprised by the results and even more by the comments from big names and judges, since I had only been in this world for such a short period of time.
It was during this time where I was torn between what I wanted in life. Do I want to be a model like all the other ones in Colombia or do I want to be the first Colombian fitness model? Was it worth leaving everything I worked for behind and receive criticism for it? Is all this worth it to chase what I love?
One thing came to my mind after so many questions. In life there is no such thing as luck, there are only opportunities and it is your decision whether or not to take a chance on them. I decided to take it and risk everything, lose everything and just jump into the world of possibilities and the truth is that it was the best decision I ever made in my life.
Perseverance, patience and dedication were everyday words that started to haunt my head because I wasn’t sure what I was doing but I started to feel more comfortable because of my incredible passion I began to know through social networks.
It’s crazy, because in less than a year I managed to reach 1 million followers in my social networks. Slowly I achieved things I never knew I could achieve. Grateful is a small word to express what I feel right now and the happiness it gives me every day to know I can do what I love is amazing.