Instagram Inspiration: 10 Best Accounts for Food and Fitness
Instagram: where a photo and a filter can motivate you, inspire you, or just make you jealous. With the high volume of artsy brunch shots and beautiful skylines, Instagram has quickly become a favorite in the social media world and a direct cause of FOMO (fear of missing out). These accounts will definitely motivate and inspire, so give one — or all — of them a follow and start seeing happier and healthier days, at least on to your smartphone’s screen.
1. Food52 (@food52)
If you ever need motivation to start cooking at home more, this account is a must follow. With regrams of chefs and food bloggers, this feed is nothing short of beautifully photographed food porn. If you want to take a crack at creating some of the recipes yourself, head to Food52′s website for more recipes and information.
2. Be Well With Arielle (@bewellwitharielle)
Arielle Fierman Haspel is a certified health coach and nutrition expert that shares photos of her adventures in food and fitness. Her 6 a.m. workouts and healthy meals are all regulars on her feed, interspersed with motivating quotes and sayings. She develops many of her own recipes, posting the photos to social media and revealing the full details on her blog.
3. A Cozy Kitchen (@acozykitchen)
Adrianna Adarme, the blogger behind ACK, published an entire cookbook on pancakes, so you know her feed is full of yummy photos and recipes – and it’s more than just breakfast! Her photos show everything from prep to finished products, and she is always experimenting with something new and different. Be sure to look out for her little corgi who tends to make too-cute-for-words cameos.
4. Be Fit Foods (@befitfoods)
Who knew food could be so photogenic? While the majority of the photos are artfully placed fruit interspersed with photos of sushi and juices, the colors are what make this feed stand out. You’ll be craving a big bowl of fruit salad after a scroll through these pics, so be sure to follow just in time for summer produce.
5. Bon Appétit (@bonappetitmag)
Cooking never looked as good as it does on the feed of this iconic food magazine. A personal favorite are the videos that show you how to cook things from homemade pastas to mayo. The publication’s shots combine staffer favorites, recipes, and cooking prep, and will definitely make you think twice about eating cereal for dinner.
6. Self (@selfmagazine)
The accompanying account for the popular fitness magazine, Self shares fun fitness inspiration, food pics, celebs, and shots from the pages of the publication. With fun hashtags like #upnout and #isweatfor, followers can upload their own photos and feel like they are a part of the active Self team. Follow along as the Self staff runs, cycles, and exercises their way through their lives.
7. CrossFit (@crossfit)
Dedicated Crossfit gyms are popping up all over the country as this fitness trend catches and holds on. If you’ve never tried this fitness plan, you’ll be in awe at the strength and ability of the trainees photographed. It may even motivate you to try it yourself — if not for the ripped abs you’ll undoubtedly start to see, but the bragging rights.
8. Nike (@nike)
The famous fitness brand’s feed displays artistic shots of workouts, runs, and sports across the world. With unexpected angles and backgrounds, these photos will not only inspire you to try a new sport but start taking your workouts to new heights.
9. Instarunners (@instarunners)
Love to run? Then this is definitely the feed to follow. Tag #instarunners and your photo could be featured. Most of the photos are regrams from followers, which gives this feed originality and a wide variety of photos. Next time you’re lacking the drive to take a run, scroll through a few photos and then go lace up your shoes.
10. PopSugar Fitness (@popsugarfitness)
A great combo of fitness and food, this account showcases not just healthy eating but all kinds of workouts. From races to gym workouts and new fitness classes, the people behind this feed try it all and make us want to join in.