5 Underrated Fitness Channels You Need to Watch

5 Underrated Fitness Channels You Need to Watch


You know, I’ve been fortunate enough to
have amassed a decent following on my channel. Especially for a fitness channel that doesn’t
rely on looks but more so on… triangles. But, there are also some other fitness channels
out there providing great content that don’t have nearly the exposure they deserve. So, in this video, I want to share with you,
the fitness audience, FIVE fitness channels I believe are underrated and you should definitely
be watching. #5 Millionaire Hoy
High intensity interval training. That’s the name of the game with Millionaire
Hoy. He’s regularly beasting out full-length
HIIT workouts for you to follow, step by step. There are hundreds of videos targeting a multitude
of exercise types and fitness levels. For beginners, his videos also provide modifications
for each movement so that you can go at your own pace. And, all of his workouts are… FREE. No other full-workout channels provide the
level of detail and finesse that Millionaire Hoy does. And with millions upon millions of people
wanting to lose weight and get in shape, Hoy’s workouts can be immensely helpful. #4 Barbell Shrugged
At only about 169,000 subs at the time of making this video, it’s actually quite criminal
how underrated the channel Barbell Shrugged is. Barbell Shrugged rocks a podcast-style interview
forum mixed with stylized camerawork. Most importantly, the feature prominent guests
like Brad Schoenfeld, Chad Wesley Smith, Bret Contreras, and Dr. Rhonda Patrick, to name
a few. These are the top experts of the fitness and
health world. Their editing quality is also as great as
hitting a PR during a cut. If you’re a science and fitness nerd like
myself, then Barbell Shrugged is a must-listen and must-watch in my book. #3 Redefining Strength
As a personal trainer, I used to think I was so cool at creating different variations for
different exercises… until I found the channel “Redefining Strength.” I mean, c’mon, Cori, the founder, has TWENTY
different plank variations. TWENTY! The list of variations goes on and on. And for you bros that think this is some easy
stuff that’s only good for beginners… think again. Cori really doesn’t mess around with her
variations. It doesn’t matter if you’re a guy, girl,
or triangle. Redefining Strength’s videos are good for
anyone and she definitely deserves much more than 107,000 subscribers. If you want a few more ideas for your workouts
or if you’re a trainer and your client is getting bored with their program, check out
Redefining Strength to get some dope and creative tips. #2 Juggernaut Training Systems
In my opinion, Juggernaut Training Systems, bar none, is THE best lifting channel to ever
grace YouTube. No channel is able to effectively translate
elite training methodology into beginner-friendly tutorials as well as Chad Wesley Smith and
the crew at Juggernaut Training Systems. These guys tackle every training aspect you
can think of and back it up with scientific knowledge and… results. And when I say results, I’m talking about
training world-tier athletes and record holders. They do it with style too. Their video editing is pretty awesome. If you’re even remotely interested in lifting,
be it Olympic lifting, power lifting, or just lifting for general strength, Juggernaut Training
Systems should be your go-to channel. And finally,
#1 Jeff Nippard This one was always a no-brainer number one
for me in spite of the great channels before it. There’s really no other way to put. Jeff Nippard’s content is simply… great. Jeff’s very scientific, gives helpful advice,
tackles a bunch of fitness myths, and he really digs deep into the fitness research to support
his points. Kinda of like THIS GUY… but with the body
to back it up. And with 567,000 subscribers, you’re probably
thinking, “What? How is this channel underrated?” Well, that’s how great I think Jeff’s
channel is and should… no will, become. If there’s ever a multi-million subscriber
fitness channel in the making, this is it. Again, good science, practice, research, articulation,
and great editing. Frankly, I’m a bit jealous, but at the same
time happy to see Jeff’s channel soar through the fitness ranks. You don’t have to take my word for it. I suggest you check his channel out for yourself. And when you do subscribe to Jeff’s channel,
please tell a friend of yours to subscribe to PictureFit so Jeff doesn’t pass me in
subscribers anytime soon. But honestly, go check out his stuff, and
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100 comments

  1. Links to the channels mentioned here:
    (Let me know about other underrated fitness channels in the comments!)

    5. Millionaire Hoy ► https://goo.gl/EGQg6n
    4. Barbell Shrugged ► https://goo.gl/hLkKpm
    3. Redefining Strength ► https://goo.gl/id29NE
    2. Juggernaut Training Systems ► https://goo.gl/7LYrgM
    1. Jeff Nippard ► https://goo.gl/UuMTgR

  2. Relentless Jake beats all of these, and he is way underrated. He produces way more content, almost daily. Whereas most others only release one new video per week. Jake's passion for fitness is unmatched.

  3. I honestly think Jeff Nippard is one of the best … His research into fitness is very scientific and he gives advice depending on actual scientific experiments.

  4. Outalpha is the most underrated for me, Alex's training philosophy and training protocols helped me bust through the plateaus i created for myself through bad programming. The twistingnether, Phil from fitworldexposed, and everydamndayfitness also makes the list for my most underrated fitness youtubers tbh Im gonna subs to the ones you mentioned too!

  5. Lee Hayward's channel is great too. Bit more hopeful school than these but the guys full of knowledge and puts out good solid content.

  6. u don't need the body to back up anything it depends on goals some people just wanna be fit and we respect ur efforts however

  7. Picture fit….will you please make a video on the fitness channel..ANABOLIC ALIENS..I just want to make sure that is this channel good for fitness

  8. Definitely subscribing to all of them.
    Personally one my favorite channels are the Buff Dudes , Fit Men Cook and PictureFit of course.

  9. Niceee
    What about athleanx
    I really like athlean x and jeff nipard, Scott is okay and like connor murphy for inspiration

  10. I found your channel just a few days ago and I've watched dozens of your videos so far. I already found you highly credible but this video makes me respect you even more. It says a lot about you that you're willing to send us off to other Youtubers if you think they also have good info to help us reach our fitness goals.. Keep up the good work.

  11. I woudn't call people with 100s of thousands of subscribers underrated in any way… kind of misleading.You should've just called it, "good channels to follow". If you want a true example of underrated channel, try https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCoSnXBaGmkRZCy2ZQqgCQXw Natural Gallant Bodybuilding. They guy is natural, huge, used to compete in Natural bodybuilding shows and aside from great content is full of humor. With only 12K subscribers to me this is an extremely underrated channel for the wealth of knowledge this dude has.

  12. Hey great VLOG! 😀 Loving that you're showing support to us just starting out! I also do fitness vlogs on my channel! Check it out! I have liked and subscribed to your channel! Keep them coming 😀👍

  13. I think athleanx is the best fitness channels. He’s one of the few legit personal trainers who isn’t just trying to sell you something. He actually cares about people’s well-being.

  14. There are 2 more channels you could have considered:
    1. Athlean-X (although this channel is anything but UNDERRATED, considering the 5.7M subscribers)
    2. Vitruvian Physique

  15. Jeff Nippard is one of my go toos (Next to Jeff Cavaliere, Scott Herman, Allan Thrall, and Picture fit). Gonna check out redefining strength.

  16. Fitness Nerd is the best and he is the ONLY one who is underrated.
    These that you mentioned are not underrated but their style of video sucks.

  17. I can’t remember if it was vegan gains or something like that, but they tried to do a tea video on Jeff Nippard and it just fell FLAT. It sounded more like a rant video than anything else

  18. Actually for simple and usual people who work and study at the same time, these channals are very bad for you. They are too perfectionists and you will feel bad because you can't follow their instructions. And finally you will quit training. You don't need these channels because you will not be a champion or advanced athlete. Just do your simple routine at the gym and enjoy your time.

  19. JTS is literally the best channel out there IMO(this one is almost as good but nobody has JTS beat when it comes to programming) I’m surprised RTS and mike Ts channel wasn’t on this list seeing as how you recommended barbell shrugged and JTS

  20. Millionaire Hoy is no longer on YT lol he removed all his vids to go and sell them on his own platform, which is fair I suppose.

  21. the most underrated fitness channel ever is Red Delta Project, period. Matt subs are way lower than the quality of his content. Anyone having watched a video of this channel will understand. In my mind placing high in top ten fitness channels.

  22. Surprising omission is Alan Thrall’s channel. While his main audience is powerlifters/strongmen, some of the content he posts (particularly older content) is something that is not only beginner-friendly, but also informative about a variety topics. Some of the topics covered is how to bench/squat/deadlift, how to create a workout program, how to lose/gain weight, how to start your own gym, personal stories, etc. The quality of content he produces deserves a shout-out.

  23. Just check out -> Jeremy Ethier
    Having a specific goal, I follow only 4 channels; Athlean X, Jeremy Ethier, PictureFit and Jeff Nippard. Science tell no lies!

  24. So when I clicked this video my first thought was, he really better put Jeff Nippard in this list because, QUALITY content. At the time of commenting, Jeff has reached 1.08 million so, I guess he finally did surpass picturefit. But still, this channel does have quality content as well. PS, we love your triangles <3

  25. I just stumbled across this video again, and wanted to thank you from introducing me to both Jeff Nippard, and Juggernaut Training Systems. JTS especially, has become probably my favorite YouTube channel for fitness, with the quality of informative videos they put out, and the fact that there really is proof that their methods work.

    Edit: Also Redefining Strength

  26. Shredded sports science the most underrated
    Most of these people have been debunked and none of these compared to sports science since this is actual credentials not only studies but studies that are proved to work no sketchy business unlike all these channels

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