We have all experienced this situation before: the desire to return to sport comes to the fore and then we turn to YouTube to find training videos. When we think we have found our happiness, hell begins: the level is too high, we quickly run out of strength and throw in the towel. So let’s open Instagram and discover a myriad of publications with the hashtag “no pain no gain” out of the hell of fitness. To avoid this kind of disappointment, here are five “good humor” influencers to follow on social media.
Pamela Reif (@pamela_rf)
The popularity of Pamela Reif, a 25-year-old German, exploded during her imprisonment. On Instagram as well as on YouTube, the sportswoman has more than eight million subscribers. What do we love? About her The multiple videos of her that fit all levels and her encouragement during training. With her we forget the promises of “flat stomach in 15 days” or “challenge swollen buttocks”, Pamela Reif recommends three things: practice physical activity at your own pace, be rigorous but also listen to yourself.
Every two weeks, the sportswoman proposes programs for various problems on her app: building the buttocks, working on the abdominals, planning five 45-minute workouts a day with a more or less high level, as well as a program of three sessions a week, for who has little time.
At the same time, on her application (which can be subscribed for € 2 a month), Pamela Reif publishes recipes of her own invention, gourmet and easy to make.
Bailey Brown (@baileybrwn)
Bailey Brown is an Australian pilate teacher who exudes sunshine and positivity. On YouTube she offers workouts inspired by her discipline her for every part of the body. The little extra? For most of her videos, there is no need for hardware. Some require weights attached to the ankles, but there is nothing mandatory.
Bailey Brown, also launched his own app called ” BBFit “It offers varied and varied courses and programs that can target a muscle or respond to a problem: improve your cardio, tone your muscles or” reset “weeks that combine a gentle workout that is done consciously for a real burst of energy.
A true French nugget, Alaïa “helps women feel beautiful and confident without restricting diets or frustrations,” as she likes to say. And for good reason, on her website, the young woman explains that she has been a victim of these practices in the past: “I’ve been chaining diets for months and months and have tested tons of more or less effective workouts. I was obsessed with calories all day … (…) Obsessed with other girls on Insta I wanted to look like. Today, Alaïa makes sure that no one else has this experience. She offers a 12 week program called ” Booty from Hell which can be done in the gym or from the comfort of your living room. The four pillars of his method? Knowledge of one’s metabolism, intuitive nutrition, adapted training and a positive mood.
Caroline Perrineau (@theyoginist)
Yoga teacher in Paris, Caroline Perrineau has a rather atypical career: while working in the environment in Shanghai, she decided to leave everything to settle in Bali and train to become a yoga teacher. On her YouTube channel, the 30-year-old has some videos available to try yoga when the mood takes us. Since the start of the pandemic, Caroline Perrineau has also offered online courses. What do we love? Her Instagram account of hers where he connects her unlikely poses in front of historical monuments and where she shares her daily life as a young mother.
Laury Thilleman (@laurythilleman)
We no longer need to introduce Miss France 2011, Laury Thilleman, who writes a column for our website every week. On her Instagram where she is followed by more than a million people, she shares her daily adventures, examples of her sports sessions but also tips to face life more lightly. She is also the author of several books on the Au TOP (Tonic, Organic, Positive) wellness method where she provides the keys to mixing sporting challenges, balanced food but also a positive and guilt-free attitude.
At the same time, the former miss has launched a podcast entitled “How do you” where she faces her moments of doubt without complexes.