Top 5 Instagram Fitness Accounts to Follow

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Nowadays, the world revolves around Instagram. Let’s admit it. From where to travel to, what to wear, makeup trends, and fitness accounts to follow. You can find accounts that specialize in just about everything.

Having been an “IGer” for 5 years now, I rely heavily on a handful of fitness accounts to inform and educate me concerning all things health and fitness. I wanted to share each of these accounts with you all below in hopes that you will also find them educational.

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How I Stay Active Living Overseas

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Leading up to the months I would be heading overseas, I was thinking of options on how I could continue my active lifestyle in another country. I was so spoiled on having a gym in our apartment community literally steps away from where I lived, so that made it easy to work out and also have access to all the equipment I needed.

Since leaving South Florida, I have had to get creative with my work out routine since I no longer have access to a gym or a plentiful selection of free weights, treadmills, and stair masters galore. Sure, I like to explore new cities by running every now and then but I didn’t want to rely solely on running to help keep me in shape.

This is when I saw that Fit & Thick had monthly workout subscriptions where I could download 20 new workouts per month and workout from literally anywhere. For me, one of my biggest challenges, is knowing WHAT workouts to do. So the fact that F&T pretty much gives you the exact workouts you need to do in the right order in the palm of my hands is what sold me. I love that no matter where I go, I can still take the exercises with me so I don’t have any excuses as to why I shouldn’t do it. The next few months for me will have quite a bit of traveling, but I’m not worried about my morning workouts as I know I will have them available right on my phone.

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How to Relieve Stress

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As March is coming to a close and April is slowly sneaking up on us, I thought it would be appropriate to share this “Stress-Relieving” post for April, also known as Stress Awareness Month.

I, myself, have a bad habit of letting my stress build up over time. I don’t tend to show my emotions too much from the outside, but on the inside there’s always so much going on. With our busy lives, it’s nice to just take time and focus on the present when everything around us seems like chaos. Here I share with you some things that have helped me when dealing with stress: Continue reading