The internet is littered with creatives claiming to have the ‘quick fix’ or ‘secret tool’ to ultimate fitness. However, their advice and tricks frequently leave their viewers with severe eating disorders and an extremely complicated form of body dysmorphia that lasts a lifetime. In a world where clicks are more important than actual science, inspect these 6 forthcoming fitness influencers who prefer evidence over imagination:

Anaheez Patel

The nascent fitness icon, who bills herself as ‘Bombay’s Fav Gym Bro,’ certainly lives up to her moniker. Patel is the industry’s new favourite influencer, puffing training myths and sermons about a sustainable lifestyle that lets you have abs while eating laddoos.

Ayush Grover

Ayush Grover, also known as @grover_upsidedown, is “not your average fat loss coach.” The callisthenics fan decomposes each exercise to its basics, incentivising his audience that improvement is gradual and that nothing is unimaginable.

Ambar Sood

The young fitness enthusiast debunks some false beliefs along the way as he deconstructs the fat loss process. His pieces of training are a step-by-step reference to honing your fundamentals and the key to adopting a healthy (and sustainable) way of eating.

Hannah Karuna Kathrein

The burgeoning influencer, who was named the third fittest woman in India in 2021, is a strong supporter of the Crossfit style of living. The configurations she proposes are tough and will leave you with a burn (can speak from experience).

Krystal D

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Krystal is not only a fitness trainer but also a nutritionist. Her savage retorts to common women’s fitness stereotypes are exactly what we need to motivate us to work harder.

Karan Sawhney

The founder of The Tribe India is also an excellent motivator. When he isn’t training Bollywood’s biggest stars, the ex-footballer shares some great advice on how to improve your workout routine and diet.