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Fitness Gurus You Need to Follow on Twitter

Jillian Michaels

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We're huge fans of this fitness expert, life coach, author, blogger, and TV personality. Jillian Michaels is an inspiration! When she's not on The Doctors or The Biggest Loser, you can catch her on Twitter sharing even more fitness tips, like which cocktails you should drink during the holidays and new songs to add to your workout playlist.

Bob Harper

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Another trainer from The Biggest Loser, Bob Harper's Twitter feed is also an inspiration. You'll get the inside scoop on the show and on how he lives a healthy lifestyle. For starters, did you know he eats oatmeal for breakfast every day? He says it fills him up so he's not as tempted to eat those evil holiday treats!

Bob Greene

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@Bob Greene

We follow Oprah Winfrey's personal trainer Bob Greene because, well, he's Oprah's personal trainer. Enough said. And oh, he also gives us friendly reminders on staying healthy, which we really appreciate from time to time.

Gunnar Peterson

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We follow Gunnar Peterson so we can steal celebrity workout secrets. The Beverly Hills personal trainer tweets at his famous friends from time to time, along with workout advice from some of his favorite articles.

Tony Horton

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@Tony Horton

In case you didn't already know, Tony Horton is the creator of P90X. We love following him because he provides motivational tweets that can really get you inspired to work out!

Dr. Mehmet Oz

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Even though he's not exactly a fitness guru, we still love following Dr. Mehmet Oz because his great tips help keep our bodies and hearts healthy. He may even toss in a little relationship advice from time to time.

The Editors at Shape

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Well, duh! Of course you should be following us because we tweet all day long about staying fit, healthy, and all-around awesome. From must-read articles to must-try tips, we'll keep you in the loop.

Jeanette Jenkins

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Celebrity trainer Jeanette Jenkins is all about tips, tips, and more tips on her Twitter account. Multiple times a day, the NIKE Training Club Ambassador spews valuable advice on exercising and staying fit.

The Editors of Fab Fit Fun by Giuliana Rancic

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The Twitter account for the free daily e-mail crafted by TV personality and self-proclaimed fitness fiend Giuliana Rancic is another good one to follow. We especially love the fashion recommendations.

Sarah Stanley

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This ultra runner, cyclist, speaker, and all-around awesome girl continues to motivate us with her fitness-related tweets and inspirational quotes.

Adam Bornstein

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Not only is this editorial director kind of hunky (yes, we do have a crush on him), we also love his practical tips and thought-provoking posts. For instance, today, he taught us that the food industry pours 160 pounds of sugar per person into the U.S. food supply. Fear! Thanks for posting, Adam!

Carla Birnberg

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We love community builder, personal trainer, and bodybuilding competitor Carla Birnberg, and we love following her Twitter account! Not only does she offer up some really great fitness advice, she also makes us think from time to time. And that's never a bad thing.

Holly Rigsby

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Weight loss expert, busy mom, and author of Fit Yummy Mummy is another fitness guru you should follow. You'll love her updates, from suggestions of workouts for busy moms to how to eat healthy on a budget.

Joe Dowdell

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We follow founder and CEO of Peak Performance Joe Dowdell because he shares insightful lessons with us. One of our favorite tweets so far: “Make your training results an objective process, use a training log and accurately track of everything." Great idea, Joe!

Amy Mac

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We love personal trainer Amy Mac's exercise videos, and we want to be the first to know when she's uploaded a new one on her website. That's why we follow her on Twitter.

The Editors of Runner's World

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If you love to run and subscribe to this magazine, you should definitely follow them on Twitter. From great gear giveaways to challenge updates, it's an easy way to stay in-the-know about all things related to running.

Mike Roussell

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Thanks to nutrition guru Mike Roussell, we can stay in-the-know. He is constantly teaching us new things by sharing his takes on the latest diet and fitness research. That’s why we love to follow him on Twitter and to ask him questions each week in his Ask the Diet Doctor column.


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