It might not be the new year just yet, but that doesn’t mean it’s a bad time to set a goal to try to be healthier. Getting healthy or fit is something a lot of people commit to after the holidays, but it’s also a worthwhile goal anytime of the year.
In this day and age, there are plenty of resources to help you on your fitness journey. It used to be you had to turn to books, gyms, and doctors to get started. And while those are all still excellent and important resources, you also have something a person looking to get healthy ten years ago didn’t have — namely, the internet.
The advent of the internet in many ways means you have more help to get fit than ever before — everything from official health and wellness websites from the government or hospitals, to online books and articles, and even pieces from health or fitness bloggers who have made their living getting in shape and helping others to do so. Health bloggers have a distinct niche, and you’re lucky enough to have anything they might have to say at your fingertips.
But, with so many options, it can be difficult to know where to get started.
You might know that you want to follow health and fitness bloggers, but have no idea where to find them or how to track down quality guidance. Fortunately, there are a few options for finding quality bloggers that should be a safe bet no matter what health or fitness topic you’re interested in.
Sites like the Greatist.com, which “covers all things healthy” is one excellent place to start. Just by clicking around briefly, it’s not hard to find lists of the best health and fitness bloggers to follow on the website.
There’s also ConnectPal, a resource which allows everyone from bloggers to celebrities to sign up and post content on the site’s platform. ConnectPal then enables readers to subscribe to the content they are interested in. There’s a wide selection of fitness bloggers and health writers who have ConnectPal pages, and ConnectPal also makes it easy to keep track of your favorites and the tips they provide.
In addition, there are websites that specifically cater to health-related topics, such as Health.com or Heathline. However, it may be a good idea to find bloggers on a site like ConnectPal who have blog posts and expertise that you already know you’re interested in, instead of overwhelming yourself by trying to sift through all of the information on bigger sites like those.
Committing yourself to getting in shape can seem like a daunting task. But, having so many informational resources, right at your fingertips, can make the whole thing a lot easier on you. There are plenty of fitness, health, and wellness bloggers who are more than willing to help you. You just need to know where to start.