Meet the Top 10 Australian influencers
1. Kayla Itsines
Kayla Itsines is an Australian Instagram fitness known for her body-sculpting. Her followers can follow her meal-planning and exercise app!
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I don't think I've met one person who actually ENJOYS foam rolling when they first start out. I definitely don't LIKE foam rolling, but I make it a priority because I know that it's good for me. You can find it quite difficult because when you push on certain areas and trigger points it might cause discomfort. This discomfort is NOT bad, you aren't hurting yourself. You're rolling over muscles that are holding tension and you're helping to relieve that tension. One of the things I’ve been focused on during the #SWEATChallenge is mobility. For me that means using a foam roller at least once a week – I make a full session out of it. I treat it the same way I would a LISS session, I put on Netflix (yesterday I watched The Good Place with my phone on the ground so I could see it for the whole session 😂) and then foam roll. Trust me, if you don't have something or someone to distract you – it can be a very boring and painful experience hahaha. I usually start with my legs, stretch them out and then foam roll my lower back and then stretch that area too. I felt SO good afterwards and then I slept amazingly well that night!! If you only have 5 minutes with the foam roller, focus on the areas you feel most stiff, this can often include the abdominal muscles (for me this actually helps to relieve tension in my core AND my neck), each side of your upper back, the front of your legs and under your thighs. You can find a foam roller workout in my #BBG and #BBGStronger programs under 'Recovery' in the @SWEAT app. www.kaylaitsines.com/my-sweat-challenge #BBG #BBGStronger #BBGBeginner ##bbg2020
2. Emily Skye
Emily Skye is passionate about helping her followers reach their fitness, health, and confidence goals.
3M of subscribers
Elise Strachan created a popular YouTube channel, MyCupcakeAddiction, where she posts weekly about delicious desserts, travel videos to the most desirable destinations & general top tips.
Wendy Ayche is an Australian-Chinese YouTuber and her channel is about beauty and lifestyle. She talks about her life with challenges, tours, confessions, Q&A’s and more.
5. Lauren Curtis
3.5M of subscribers
Australian YouTuber, Lauren Curtis covers all things beauty: makeup tutorials, hairstyle how-to’s, and product reviews.
6. Ozzy Man Reviews
3.7M of subscribers
Ethan gives his viewers the most hilarious view on everything in popular culture, including film, TV, and YouTube.
7. Chloe Morello
2.7M of subscribers
Beauty, lifestyle, and fashion YouTube influencer, she educates her audience on the hottest makeup looks.
5.9M of subscribers
Danny and Michael Philippou are twins and have a popular YouTube channel RackaRacka. Their content often features extreme dares and pranks and dark comedy.
9. Jessica Stein
2.3M of followers
Jessica Stein has a travel and fashion Instagram account, tuulavintage. She is also a mother and describes her journey perfectly.
10. How To Cook That
3.8M of subscribers
Ann Reardon created her YouTube channel How To Cook That which is all about cooking. All her creations are her sugary creations are so colourful and appetising.
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