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ADMIN posted a blog entry in FDF Online NewsFitness has been a popular industry in 2018. It has become lucrative to be a part of it, as people are endlessly spending their money on fitness products and services like coaching, supplements, personal training, etc. At the same time, charlatans have made quick profit as well, as their sole purpose is to mislead people and take their money. They go to extremes like launching a Ketogenic Whey Protein to injecting steroids in young kids who want to build some muscle or lose some fat. Like every cloud has a silver lining, there are still sensible, helpful, and smart people in the industry who genuinely want to help people out giving the right information. If you do not want to go down the rabbit hole of misinformation and potentially hurt yourself in the name of fitness, you need to follow these accounts today (in no particular order). 1. Martin MacDonald (@martinnutrition) View this post on Instagram Post Day 1 of L2 Fitness Summit gym session culminated in this epic dream team photo. â â Roll on Day 2 with Sohee kicking things off and me closing out the show! â â Can't wait! â â A post shared by Martin MacDonald (@martinnutrition) on Sep 30, 2018 at 5:05am PDT Martin is the founder and CEO of Mac Nutrition Uni, a one-year evidence-based nutrition course which has been endorsed by doctors and industry experts equally. He has a good sense of humor and delivers information in an educative yet funny way. The biggest highlight of 2018 would be his debate with keto proponent Prof. Tim Noakes on Sigma Nutrition Radio. If you have not heard it yet, I would highly recommend you to do so. 2. James Smith (@jamessmithpt) View this post on Instagram Day 1 - White girl wasted at not one but two brunches. Fat lip and sore elbow from what I assume was play fighting on a giant inflatable flamingo at the first brunch. - Not even sure how but came home wearing the wrong flip flops, another day in fitness. - Today's agenda? Survive another brunch. TBC A post shared by James Smith (@jamessmithpt) on Nov 27, 2018 at 10:32pm PST A personal trainer from the UK, he has a unique no-bullshit style of delivering his information. Due to his upfront and honest personality, he has been the subject of a few lawsuits for calling out brands on their bullshit and celebrities selling useless products to people. He runs a subscription website where he aims to educate people and make them self-sufficient to stay fit. 3. Spencer Nadolsky (@drnadolsky) View this post on Instagram Want to have a doc who can help you with your blood sugars, cholesterol, and blood pressure through lifestyle changes? I'm right here. Not only that but I'll actually have time to spend with you since I got out of the regular inefficient medical system. - Right now you go to your doctor and you get about 10 minutes with them. They tell you what you already know. You already know you need to eat better. You know you need to do more physical activity and you understand that your weight may be causing some of your issues. Problem is, the doc probably doesn't know how to help you and if they do, they don't even have enough time. - So here's the deal, @steadymd asked me a couple years ago to start taking patients via online to help with this madness. I've capped myself around 220 patients for about a year now but I'm opening it up to more (about 30 more). - How does it work? You pay 99 bucks a month and you get an initial hour long video consult with me. I have my license in most states now. Sorry rest of the world I don't have power elsewhere. - After the initial hour long consult where I get to know you, I can order labs and even medicines if you need refills (no controlled meds through the internet like adderall or testosterone sorry). You then have access to me via your phone or computer similar to text messaging. - We do not take insurance. This allows us to spend time on you without the insurance hassles. - How can I do physical exams? Technically I don't. I can do most things I need through talking to you and looking at labs but there are new cool gadgets I can recommend that allow me to listen to your heart and lungs better than if I were in the office with you. - Who is this for? This is perfect for those who have blood sugar/pressure/cholesterol issues along with hypothyroidism. Those tend to be the patients that love it most. I have gotten many patients off their sugar and pressure meds using lifestyle. - You will also have the option of adding on my amazing nutrition coach for an extra fee once you sign up. - I wouldn't sign up if you're healthy and don't have an extra $99 a month. - Ready to start? click link in bio to sign up A post shared by Spencer Nadolsky (@drnadolsky) on Nov 23, 2018 at 7:28am PST An obesity medicine physician by profession, Dr. Nadolsky has the necessary education and the experience to deal with issues related to weight and obesity. He tries to simplify things for people struggling to lose weight and advocates the message of 'there is no one size that fits all'. 4. Jeff Nippard (@jeffnippard) View this post on Instagram When posing practice ends at 12:30 but you gotta rob a bank at 1 ð§ðð¦ð (comment other funny captions ðð»ðð¼) . Hope everyone has a great Halloween! ð¦ This was a thumbnail for the interview I did on @kofgym channel. Also don't miss my latest Hong Kong training video!! Link in bio A post shared by Jeff Nippard (@jeffnippard) on Oct 31, 2018 at 12:04pm PDT A natural bodybuilder and YouTuber, Jeff puts out the most engaging and informative content on his YouTube channel. He has series' like Myth Bust Monday, Science Explained, etc. which delve into the topics and look into scientific studies and the latest evidence. 5. Eric Helms (@helms3dmj) View this post on Instagram 7 year offseason + mini cut + second refeed day + post upper body pump + structure turned up to 100 = I almost look like I lift. Not but seriously, I'm 4 weeks into the final mini cut of my offseason before I return to the stage in 2019 for the first time since 2011. Two more weeks and I'll get convincingly below 200lbs so that when I get my food back up and gaintain until December when I start prep I won't be over 200lbs. Really looking forward to prepping and getting back on stage, which in my opinion is the only mindset you want going into the process. For the unedited picture to see how actually C+ my physique is just swipe ð A post shared by Eric Helms, PhD, R&D Officer: (@helms3dmj) on Sep 8, 2018 at 1:02pm PDT A Ph. D., researcher, bodybuilder, and a coach, Helms is one of the most respected and popular figures in the industry. His most notable work is the Muscle & Strength pyramids, which are books you should most definitely read if you want to strengthen your basics and focus on what's important. Go ahead and follow these personalities today than your desi gym trainers, who are doing more harm to your health than good in the name of fitness. Author bio: Pratik Thakkar is the co-founder and director of GetSetGo Fitness, an online fitness company and the founder of Mars Nutrition, a nutrition supplement company. Both his companies are geared towards providing you the right information and products without any false or fake claims. You can reach out to him at firstname.lastname@example.org and follow him on Instagram.