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Our Top Ten Female Health IG Enthusiasts

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Hannah Tyldesley

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Circuit Training, Core Training, General Group Exercise, Nutrition, Personal Training, Yoga

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23 July 2015

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Our Top Ten Female Health IG Enthusiasts

World domination is well under way. It’s common knowledge. And no we don’t mean aliens are invading, nor we do we mean the next World War is on its way. We’re talking a different kind of takeover…

Green juices fill the shelves, and cinnamon flavoured kale curbs the sweet tooth. Why? Because the health bunnies of the world are taking over. No longer are rooftop gardens occupied by jugs of Pimms partnered with strawberries and cream. The yogi’s have stepped in and this is now their territory. The local parks are no longer strewn with lager cans and tins of gin. They are now infested with the shortest of Nike pro’s and bright kicks.

Summer is here, and our new governing body are in their element. But where are we finding our Kings and Queens? What makes the greatest great?

Instagram. That’s what.

It’s the latest social media phenomenon filled with rainbow salads, and protein plates. Whether you’re the bendiest or the strongest there’s a place for your passion in this ever growing community. And that is why it’s taking over!

We thought we’d share with you our top London IG fitties that we think should be in line for the crown. Be it actual royalty or just that of health. It’s pretty much the same thing these days right?

When Monday morning comes and you need a little abspiration……

@clean_eating_alice

Otherwise known as CEA this blonde and bouncy pocket rocket has taken the fitness world by storm. Alice has over 150,000 loyal instafans who drool and dribble over her delicious creations each and every day. And it is these delicious creations, and serious hard work that has helped her to develop her trademark ‘abs of steel’. !

When you wonder why at 5ft2 your legs are not 6ft1…

@zannavandijk

They simply never end. This leggy lady is the epitome of ‘fit’. Fitness model by day, and blogger by night there’s no element of the fitness industry she hasn’t mastered. Associated with top brands such as ‘Active in Style’ and ‘Misfit’ no newsfeed scroll is complete without this blonde bombshell popping up.

When you start to question how one looks so immaculate in each and every photo…

@chessieking

King by name, princess by trade. Chessie King is not only fabulously fit, she’s also beautiful, intelligent and often amongst royalty. She really is #igbloggers very own royal, known for sharing her CKrets not just in London but all over the world. Stuck for something to do? Not anymore you’re not.

Just when you thought Michelle Keegan was one of a kind…

@emfurey

It’s true the inspiration for many has a double and we think she may even top the corrie queen’s gorgeous ways. Emily’s Instagram is packed with wicked bodyweight workouts tempting you to the gym floor. Emily’s dancer background means she incorporates a variety of exercises into her sessions to lengthen those legs and tone those torsos. Who wouldn’t want to give it a go?

When you thought your comforting bowl of morning oats couldn’t get tastier…

@cleanfitlifestyle

Tally’s reputation as breakfast queen is one not to be challenged. Her early morning overnight oat creations make even the fullest rumble and the variety of topping has us Wholefoods bound in an instant. Not only this Tally’s seriously impressive sculpture crafted through her very own training knowledge is admirable to say the least!

When you lost all faith in ‘healthy treats’

@healthychefsteph

Be it a sweet potato in a cake, or an avocado piled high upon a bed of greens Steph’s plates packed with veg are both a visual and culinary wonder. The insight into what’s gone in and where to get it make them a ‘try at home’ no brainer. And hey if Steph looks that good eating what she does you’d be crazy not to try! Do you think following her diet could also lead to the hair perfection she seems to sport no matter the occasion?

For some serious bend-spirtation…

@londonfitnessguide

Actress by trait, slinky by trade. Just when you thought your ballet days were over in steps C with a million reasons why they’re only just beginning. The washboard stomach and envious leg length has us willing to rise at ungodly hours to get spend at hour at Fulham’s favourite barre. Celia teaches her infamous PBB Cardio barre class 6.15am on Wednesday mornings as well as a number of classes at fitspot Core Collective. Who’s up for the challenge?


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