With gyms across the country still closed due to social distancing regulations, we’ve had to make do with working out at home. And if you’re anything like me, that means following a ton of fitness influencers and watching endless workout videos. Fitness influencers are great to follow if you’re looking for inspiration, motivation, or just a new workout routine. Here are all the best fitness influencers who will help make your quarantine workouts the best they’ve ever been:

Kayla Itsines
Kayla Itsines is one of the most popular fitness influencers. With over 12 million Instagram followers, she’s created a tight community of fellow fitness lovers. She posts excellent workouts on her Instagram and YouTube. She even has an app called Sweat, which features bodyweight and gym equipment exercises.

Emily Skye
Emily Skye is a fitness influencer who is candid about her experiences trying to stay fit while pregnant. She posts tons of relatable content for those with kids or who are expecting. She also is the co-founder of James Cosmetics.

Nikki Blackketter
If you’re looking to change up your booty and leg workouts, give Nikki Blackketter a follow. She has tons of amazing lower body workouts on her YouTube channel.

Tori Sterling
At only 21 years old, Tori Sterling has created a close community of followers who keep up with her life. She posts everything from workout videos to daily vlogs, but her content is relatable to a younger fan base.

Whitney Simmons
Whitney Simmons is hilarious and so relatable. She posts a variety of content, like trying out healthy TikTok snacks and workout tips. Her videos are always informative yet so entertaining.

Sarah’s Day
I’ve been following Sarah’s Day for years, and she is one of my all-time favorite health and fitness influencers. She’s from Australia, recently had her first child, and believes in holistic living. I love watching her cooking videos and just following along with her life.

Cassey Ho
Cassey Ho, otherwise known as Blogalities, is an O.G. fitness influencer. I used to watch her workout videos years ago, but they’re always a classic. She posts helpful workout videos on her Instagram, YouTube, and even TikTok.

Chloe Ting
It seemed like just about everyone was doing Chloe Ting’s workouts at the beginning of quarantine, and for a good reason! She has an entire site of free workout programs for your core, full-body, thighs, booty, and more!