http://scoobysworkshop.com/ Home Fitness and Bodybuilding Workouts
http://exrx.net/ Fantastic exercise resource – library, demonstration, kinesiology and more
http://suppversity.blogspot.com/ – my favorite science-nerd-fest exercise and nutrition site written by Adel Moussa (whose online persona is Prof. Dr. Andro), a German physicist, research reviewer and blogger who posts very technical research reviews.
Health and Nutrition
http://www.precisionnutrition.com/blog – the company I am certified by, excellent resource for nutrition and fitness related information – check out the All About Guides
http://www.mercola.com/ – Perhaps the number one website for an alternative view of health topics, in my opinion this is the one newsletter it makes sense to read consistently when you see articles which interest you
http://chriskresser.com/ – A health practitioner whose opinions tend to be research based and trustworthy, I respect his opinions
http://www.ancestralizeme.com/ – an RD with the right focus
http://drhyman.com/ – an industry leading Functional Medicine doctor
http://www.marksdailyapple.com/ – leader in the Paleo movement
http://www.naturalnews.com/ – Great newsletter for alternative wellness information
http://nutritiondata.self.com/ – resource to analyze your diet for nutrients, calories, etc. – I used this a lot as I was starting my personal journey
http://robbwolf.com/ – another leader in the Paleo movement
http://naturalfoodsdiet.org/natural-health-blog/ – Dr Richard Gerhauser, a doctor who believes in real food and natural healing
http://truthaboutabs.blogspot.com/ – Mike Geary has some great articles on his blog which are worth a read.
http://undergroundwellness.com/ – Sean has an interesting viewpoint and a very robust podcast if you like those
http://www.thealternativedaily.com/ – I subscribe to their newsletter, but need to spend more time with them – it appears to be an excellent source of information
http://nutritionandhealing.com/ – another newsletter I subscribe to written by a doctor with a view towards alternative health solutions
http://rawfoodsos.com/ – a blog by Denise Minger, ex-vegan and an unbelievably good writer and scientific researcher. She accepts nothing at face value and does not have any particular agenda – just goes where her data and solid scientific logic lead her.
http://doctoryourself.com/ – website of Dr. Andrew Saul, biologist and former clinical nutrition professor, who writes and publishes information on high dose vitamin treatments for health and disease prevention or cure.
http://nutritionfacts.org/ – website of Dr. Michael Greger, physician, New York Times bestselling author, and internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues where he publishes videos and blogs. Dr. Greger is a vegan and his work reflects that belief for what it is worth.
http://blog.paleohacks.com/ – leading Paleo lifestyle site with great recipes and tips on health, fitness and lifestyle – Paleo-style
https://authoritynutrition.com/ – Science – based nutrition blog created by Kris Gunnars, a nutrition researcher with a Bachelor of Science in Medicine. Kris leads a team of 11 expert authors who post regularly.
http://www.nutritionsecrets.com/ – An excellent nutrition website run by Mike Kamo, who holds a Personal Trainer Certification and Fitness Nutrition Certification from ISSA. I have found his website to be very well done and full of good easy to read articles.
http://www.positivehealthwellness.com/ – Comprehensive blog on diet and nutrition, fitness, recipes, beauty and aging and pain relief – all focused on building a healthy lifestyle.
http://healthdaddy.org/ – John Fitt, the founder of Healthdaddy and a Blogger on a mission to save the world from nutrition misinformation and pseudoscience. He has a comprehensive low-carb diet beginner’s guide at this link.
https://www.healthambition.com/ – Nice blog by Helen Sanders concentrating on giving simplified and actionable health and nutrition advice.
http://www.optimizetothrive.com/ – Website of Jessica Doncses, a certified Functional Diagnostic Nutrition practitioner starting out a new career helping people find the good health FDN has brought to her. Learn more about FDN at bonesandhormones.com/fdn/.
Additionally there are many resources for pre-made meal plans, etc – these tend to be paid services and I have some I can recommend if this type of content interests you.
This is about a tenth of my bookmark list, I tried to condense it to the ones I use the most. Still, there are a lot of other wonderful sites out there with similar information as I am sure you will discover.