You’re already on my site so I guess you’re familiar with my ramblings, but there are plenty of other people out there that have completely different opinions and different ways of going about their muscle building and fat loss.
Rob Riches is an English fitness model who now lives in L.A. He’s made a real name for himself over the past few years using social media. For me, he’s got the most impressive type of physique there is – balanced, muscular and lean all year round.
He’s pretty active on Facebook, Twitter YouTube, and his blog, giving away tonnes of free, unbiased, invaluable information on training. He also shares some great recipe ideas which demonstrate that muscle-building food can look and taste amazing.
Paul lives in my hometown and is a family friend, consequently I see him at the gym or around town now again, and he’s always approachable and willing to share his advice and experience. Paul has competed in natural bodybuilding at professional several times and won many awards; chances are you’ve seen him in an advert if you’ve ever purchased Men’s Fitness.
The best thing about Paul is that he keeps his training and nutrition simple, making his regime easy to follow for the layman. Better still, he shares each and every meal and workout on his blog, for free.
Adam works at my gym and is extremely passionate about training, also having competed at professional level. His blog is fairly new but is already full of detailed information and advice, backed up by solid science.
Alex is a fitness and nutrition consultant, and is extremely generous with sharing his expertise. He’s very active on Twitter and makes time to answer everyone’s questions, he is without doubt a major authority on nutrition in particular, and all his theories are backed up by solid scientific fact.
Jeff is a U.S fitness pro, and the face of the Athlean-X website. Every week Jeff releases a new video covering a different aspect of training. The thing I like most about Jeff’s videos is that he’s always challenging the accepted wisdom, and throwing up fresh exercises each week that you can incorporate into your program to keep it fresh and challenging.