5 Black Female Fitness Models You Should Follow On Instagram

5 Female Fitness Models To Follow On Instagram

5 Female Fitness Models To Follow On Instagram

Follow these inspirational woman for fitness tips and motivation. Who compete or simply train and strive to promote a positive example of health, wellness and fitness.



It’s no secret that the fitness and wellness industry lacks inclusion. Just visit your favorite health club — chances are there aren’t many Black trainers. And some brands and fitness initiatives may only feature White individuals in their marketing messaging.

This means that the Black community is often excluded from the conversation surrounding health, fitness, and nutrition — which is another result of racial oppression.

Yes, it is a harsh reality; however, we must acknowledge this reality if we want to push for change.

We can revolutionize the fitness world by supporting Black trainers, influencers, and professionals. So, we’ve compiled a list of fitness social media accounts that are doing amazing things in the fitness and wellness scene.


5 Great Black Fitness Trainers to Follow on Instagram

There are a ton of Black female fitness creators who are creating incredible content. So whether you’re looking for body positivity, motivation, yoga, or intense HIIT workouts, these accounts have something for you.

1. Babeth Lando (@yababeth) 

If you need some motivation to finally get back in the gym, follow Babeth Lando. She is an fitness freak and social media influencer turn health coach.

Not only will you get fitness inspiration, but she also gets real about not feeling  her best after not training for a few months — the type of realness we all need.


2. TiTi (@lil.preciousfit)

You can expect motivation posts, lifestyle posts, and workout inspiration from TiTi. And she’s a cardio and strength training expert — no, really. 

She had a toned body before being pregnant but after having her baby.
She bounce back and  had a six pack within 1-2 months with the help of using her Detox Drink ,30 Days Belly Fat Be GONE


3.Coach Taelor B. (@im_taaelorb)

She's a Health & Wellness Coach with years of personal training and coaching experience, she solidified her name in the fitness world.

She also posts at-home workouts to her Instagram feed — and most of them don’t even require equipment.

Be sure to check out her Daily Motivation videos, talks about reality situations with the help of inspirational and Motivational advice.

4. Massy Arias (@massy.arias)

Massy Arias has a strong Instagram fitness community with nearly 3 million followers. Her feed is loaded with a great mix of short workouts and lifestyle content. 

Whether you’re in the mood for a quick cardio session or core circuit, this certified personal trainer has got you covered

Just scroll through Corey’s feed if you need an extra push to get shredded. He posts daily motivation and exercises inspiration. 

5. Brittne Babe (@Brittnebabe)

Scrolling through Brittne’s Instagram feed is enough to get anyone off the couch and into the gym. 

With almost 2 million followers, this fitness model turned influencer serves up healthy meal tips and workout inspiration — there are even some fun TikToks thrown in there.

If you decide to take on one of her workouts, be prepared to feel strong and sore the next day.


Wrap Up

The health and wellness world has work to do in regard to inclusion. However, change can’t happen if we don’t shine a light on Black fitness professionals. Of course, evolution doesn’t happen overnight, but we can start by discovering and empowering black women who are doing amazing work in the health and wellness space.

While hitting “follow” is great, we also encourage you to engage with their content — like, share, and save. You can even refer them to friends, family, and cohorts. 

Planning a fitness conference? Invite a Black influencer or black female fitness professional to show their expertise. Take a class or sign up to a workshop they’re offering. 

But don’t just support Black voices during the Black History Month and June 19th celebration. Instead, uplift their voices everyday and always.

-Gym out

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