When it comes to getting that Victoria’s Secret-esque body, we all know that getting to the gym is only half the battle won. Well, now your #fitspiration is only a tap away, as fitness trainers and professional athletes flex, hold yoga poses and share exercise tips via pictorial grids. We bring you five of our favourite women who bring their A-game to the fitness Instagram scene, while giving you all the motivation you need to get in shape (and stay there).
Amanda Bisk (@amandabisk)
A photo posted by Amanda Bisk (@amandabisk) on Jun 27, 2016 at 12:31am PDT
As a former pole vaulter, Amanda is no stranger to the world of fitness. The fit Aussie may have since relinquished her track duties, but is still going strong as a yoga instructor, choosing to focus on stretching and body toning.
Izabel Goulart (@iza_goulart)
With a workout routine that includes upside-down mountain climbers and crunches, it’s easy to see how Izabel achieved abs like that. The Brazilian model was also a regular on the Victoria’s Secret runway, which, of course also comes as no surprise to us (because abs).
Kayla Itsines (@kayla_itsines)
If you’ve been doing your research, chances are you’ve heard of Kayla. The fitness guru and social media sensation has clearly inspired more than one to achieve a body like hers – her fitness Instagram feed is equal parts exercise tips and success stories of those who used a fitness program she developed.
Bianca Cheah-Chalmers (@biancamaycheah)
Interspersed with a mix of near-impossible yoga positions and the occasional indulgence of rose and cronuts, Bianca’s fitness Instagram feed is as real as it gets. The qualified yoga instructor is also the founder of Sporteluxe, an online destination that’s dedicated to all things health, fitness and lifestyle.
Diana and Felicia (@basebodybabes)
Australian personal trainers Diana and Felicia have quietly gained momentum in the industry with their monochromatic-themed shots and website. With their love of health and fitness, the sisters’ philosophy of eating a balanced diet with weight and circuit training make achieving a body like theirs seem attainable enough.