9 Montreal Trainer Accounts That Will Inspire You To Keep Moving While Gyms Are Closed

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9 Montreal Trainer Accounts That Will Inspire You To Keep Moving While Gyms Are Closed

Now that gyms are closed for the next little while, we locals need to find ways of staying motivated. Luckily for us, there are tons of Montreal trainers sharing their workouts online to help keep you in shape right now.

These hardworking individuals are always sharing inspiring things that are sure to remind you to keep your body flowing throughout this lockdown.

Just because gyms are closed for the time being, doesn't mean you can't do a solid at-home workout every now and then.

If you need a little extra motivation, check out one of the following local trainers — many of which are offering virtual classes and workshops!

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Fitness Zu

Why You Need To Follow: If you're looking to get into shape during the second lockdown and don't know how to start, this local trainer and coach will give you a free consultation call.

And, as you can see from his social media, his videos alone will remind you to get your body moving.

Vanessa Costanzo

Why You Need To Follow: This mother of two always seems to be posting something that makes you want to get up and move your body.

From her bi-weekly workout videos to her cooking segment, Costanzo is one motivating human.

And, as of October 16, she's doing a 21-day challenge for anyone looking to get into shape.

Jon Chaimberg

Why You Need To Follow: Jon Chaimberg is hardcore and I mean that in the best possible way — his workouts will make you instantly sweat.

The owner of APC gym is always ready to motivate whoever needs it and you will be inspired to get your body moving just by following him.

Maddy Jovani

Why You Need To Follow: You can't follow Chaimberg without following his other half, Maddy Jovani.

The fitness couple is truly one of the most inspiring ones in the city. Together, they're sure to convince you to get off your couch.

BSH Active

Why You Need To Follow: You will break a sweat just by scrolling BSH Active's Instagram.

Ran by Linda Benjamin, this account features tons of local fitness influencers. Live workout classes are given at 7:30 a.m. and 6:30 p.m. every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.

Laura Bromberg

Why You Need To Follow: Bromberg is one of the founders of @fitfomo. The on-demand workouts found on the site are amazing and are sure to have your muscles burning from the comfort of your home.

Laura herself is positive, energetic, and everything you need to get motivated during this second lockdown.

Jason TheCore

Why You Need To Follow: This trainer has a lot to offer both to his clients' physical and mental well-being.

The coach and motivator is almost certain to inspire you to get up and get moving, even during a lockdown.

Val Desjardins

Why You Need To Follow: When you think of trainers in Montreal, many of us think of this ball of fire.

Desjardins knows how to get her clients moving and her social media is a testament to that.

Yaz Cissé

Why You Need To Follow: Cissé has an athlete mentality which is one of the reasons why he is such a great trainer.

His Instagram is full of not only mini-workout videos but a ton of his clients' before and after photos that are bound to motivate you.

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