Kayla Itsines: Fitness Guru

With almost  1.6 followers on Instagram Kayla Itsines has successfully helped thousands to achieve their fitness goals.

She consistently posts motivational messages and shares helpful, relevant fitness tips. Unlike others in the fitness industry who use social media to promote themselves and gain personal attention Kayla’s main priority is to motivate, guide, and encourage others to be the version of themselves.  

There are millions of fitness enthusiasts on social media which can make it difficult to  differentiate one person from the next.  This challenge can lead to the question of whom to follow. The reason I love Kayla is because she promotes getting and staying in shape in a healthy, positive, and natural way. I appreciate her honesty and how she is willing to address and answer questions her followers have. She doesn’t promote dieting, or fitness fads but rather shares the importance creating a balanced lifestyle through eating healthy and exercising regularly. Here are a few sample posts from Kayla:

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I came across Kayla’s page just over a year ago when she didn’t nearly have the same number of followers she has today. Today, with 1.6 million followers Kayla still remains humble and true to who she’s always been. If you are looking for healthy eating habits, ways to stay in shape, or ways to get in shape, Kayla is your girl!

You can check out her Instagram page here: http://instagram.com/kayla_itsines




4 thoughts on “Kayla Itsines: Fitness Guru

  1. This is a great post! I find so many people on social media are just posting fitness photos for the personal attention. It’s refreshing to see someone like Kayla who actually cares about the well being and health of others. I am going to give her a follow for sure. Thanks 😀

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  2. I do follow people similar to her, and what i like most about these types of instagram accounts is they help me create exercises that i wouldn’t even think about, and they also help guide you through them!


  3. I cannot express how much I agree with the sentiment that social media should be only be used by fitness enthusiasts to help encourage and motivate others, and not for self-assurance and promotion. More people should focus on using social media as a means to light a fire under their followers instead of using it to try and feel better about themselves.


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