Reviews of the Top 10 Fitness Websites
Welcome to our reviews of the Best Fitness Websites of 2016 (also known as Exercise & Workout Websites).
Check out our top 10 list below and follow our links to read our full in-depth review of each fitness website, alongside which you'll find costs and features lists, user reviews and videos to help you make the right choice.
has quickly become a household name. Her fitness and nutrition advice aims to help you get the body you dream of from the comfort of your own home. What’s more, it’s flexible, allowing you to eat and exercise to suit your build, lifestyle and goals. The system is relatively simple, with no major surprises at its core. In essence, it provides the motivational and emotional support you...
» Read the Full Review of JillianMichaels.com/fit
offers a comprehensive and exciting roster of tools to help you towards gaining your ideal body. From fun apps to detailed tracking tools, it has a lot to help you in your bid to get fitter. When you first load up, you’ll be faced with quite an unassuming front page. However, it won’t take long for you to realize that it hides myriad hidden treasures. From a...
» Read the Full Review of DailyBurn.com
offers a two-tier system to help you get fitter. It supplies interactive online tools to help monitor your progress, plus a variety of coached plans to make sure you’re heading in the right direction. Its online resources are free, and whilst it costs money to hire a coach, prices are affordable and offer very good value for money. Basic membership is free. This allows you to get free...
» Read the Full Review of Fitocracy.com
offers a great range of free fitness videos and information. Whilst some of its programs cost money, they’re not expensive or compulsory. Members have a lot of useful information to explore, and some really handy calendar tools to utilize. Signing up is simple and you can even do it through your Facebook account. Once you’ve become a free member, you can begin working on your calendar. This...
» Read the Full Review of FitnessBlender.com
With an effective diet and fitness plan which fits into your lifestyle, plus some innovative gaming innovations, Nerd Fitness
has a lot to offer you if you’re struggling to lose weight. The site was designed by Steve Kamb, who (in his own words) “got sick of all the sleazy fitness scams” and decided to start his own site to bring people together. Steve outlines that his system isn’t really...
» Read the Full Review of NerdFitness.com
When it comes to free fitness videos, TrainOnline.com
is going to be hard to beat. There are hundreds of well shot videos with expert advice on how to perform them safely. You can also follow or develop workout plans by adding exercises to your list of favorites. Whilst the site is lacking in dietary information and a couple of extra features, you’ll be pushed to find a more professional...
» Read the Full Review of TrainOnline.com
focuses on helping its visitors to find a fitness plan to obtain their ideal body. Whether it’s improving muscle tone, losing a few pounds or getting healthier, there’s a plan for everyone. The majority of its services are provided on DVD and come with additional information and products, including equipment and supplements. Although the DVDs, etc. are shipped worldwide, it’s worth noting that the supplements and dumb bells...
» Read the Full Review of Beachbody.com
The sheer amount of workout and fitness information on MuscleAndFitness.com
makes it a great resource. Whether you’re looking for recipes, exercises, workout plans or just a bit of celebrity body gossip, you can find it all here. What’s more, it’s completely free! Well, let’s back track a little, because not everything is completely free. Workout plans, exercises, diet information, videos, and much more are provided without charge, but if you’re...
» Read the Full Review of MuscleAndFitness.com
With a variety of free exercise videos, articles and fitness tools, Fitness.com
has plenty to offer its members. It appears to have removed its paid options, instead focusing on providing an accessible fitness resource for all. The site is a somewhat strange mixture of bland professionalism and quirky home video, making for a slightly disjointed experience. Still, it’s practical and you should be able to navigate your way around...
» Read the Full Review of Fitness.com
is undergoing an update and is still in Beta testing. As this means that some bugs need to be fixed, the site now seems to be completely free to use. All you need to do is sign up, and you can access all areas of the website. All exercise, dietary and other information is currently provided for free. Whilst they don’t offer videos, and some exercise details are...
» Read the Full Review of ChangingShape.com
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