The Fitness Wiki wants to help you keep going on your fitness goals for 2021. Not like “eat your vegetables, they’re good for you.” More like “here are some choices you can realistically make and feel good about.”

Sure, our articles are science-backed and expert-approved. But we’re not the experts—we’re like your friend who’s a little further along—and we know who to turn to for answers and ideas that cut through the noise. We’ll empower you to improve and celebrate you when you get better. We’re non-judgmental, open-minded, and totally get that the struggle is real—because we’ve been there too.

We believe:

That there’s no one way to be healthy. What’s good for you is what you’ll stick with, and you’ll stick with what you enjoy.

That healthy is about you—how you feel, why you care, and what you’re doing about it.

That healthy is for everybody and every body. Not about expensive clothes or hard-to-pronounce foods.

That healthy is about becoming a greatist: letting go of trying to be perfect—and simply trying.

And so it’s our mission to spread this healthyish attitude around the world.


We’re on a mission to help fitness enthusiasts save time, have a better experience in the gym, and grow their fitness and health goals. We built The Fitness Wiki to enable learning that scales, freeing up time for everyone to make the gym work for you.

Who We Are:

We have a few permanent admins on the site, but we also employ TFW staff writers who have experience with fitness and are certified personal trainers.

If you want to contribute content to TFW or have any questions, comments or just want to say hi, please contact us!