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5 Fab, Female Fitness YouTubers Who Will Motivate You To Hit The Gym

Whether you're trying to tone, gain muscle, or just have a good laugh, here are some fitness YouTubers you have to check out.

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If you need to revamp your workout routine or just want to watch a good vlog, these five ladies are a must-watch, not only for their amazing workouts but also their amazing personalities.

1. GraceFitUK

Grace is a 21-year-old YouTuber from London. She used to be a Gymshark athlete but decided to stop and focus on her university studies. She makes really great content that is not just related to fitness but also deals with her studies, girl problems and advice, and travel vlogs. She has two workout guides the GFG bundle and the Grace Fit Home Guide, both of which are broken up into different parts for various stages of fitness. Grace has been posting more lifestyle videos over workout out videos on her YouTube channel, but you can check out some free workouts of hers on her Instagram.

2. Meggan Grubb

Meggan is a 22-year-old fitness and lifestyle YouTuber from London, and she is also a Gymshark athlete. Meggan's videos tend to be more vlog style and casual, but after watching one you'll be hooked! She has a boisterous personality and she is very relatable. Meggan tends to post vlogs of her days with her pets and her boyfriend, as well as haul videos, travel vlogs, and workouts. She has three workout and guides which she has titled the Peach Plan, a cookbook called Rather Delish and she also has a new lifestyle accessories line called Rather Peachy. Meggan posts free workouts on her Instagram as well as on her YouTube.

3. Bianca Franco 

Bianca is a 21-year-old fitness and lifestyle YouTuber from North Carolina. Bianca posts vlog style videos about her daily life that include studying and organization tips, workouts, and life updates. Bianca recently got a job at Orange Theory that she is excited about and is studying to get her Personal Trainer certification. Bianca posts workouts on her YouTube channel as well as on her fit Instagram. She also has merch which you can find here,

4. Kristee Vetter

Kristee is 23-year-old YouTuber and grad student living in DC. Although she's not technically solely a "fitness YouTuber", Kristee has been living a healthier lifestyle for over a year now, while also still having fun and going to school. She posts mostly vlog style videos about fitness as well as about life as a grad student and her internship. Kristee's channel is great because she knows how to have fun and not take herself too seriously. You'll be sure to get a kick out of her amazing personality. Kristee posts workouts on her YouTube channel as well as on her fit Instagram.

5. Sarah's Day

Sarah is a 26-year-old holistic health and fitness YouTuber from Australia. She got into holistic living while trying to cure her hormonal acne and now leads a gluten-free, dairy-free lifestyle. Sarah has two "active lifestyle challenges" aka fitness guides: Sweat It To Shred It and Sweat It Reload. I have actually done the Sweat It To Shred It fitness guide and really enjoyed it. The guide is the perfect intro into getting fit and you can do it anywhere-- even your dorm room! She recently became pregnant and it's been fun to watch her journey. Sarah posts free workouts on her YouTube channel and her Instagram.

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