Rebecca Louise is a British YouTube star, fitness trainer, TikTok star, and author. She is famous as the author of It Takes Grit and her fitness content on her YouTube channel.
Rebecca Louise found her passion in fitness as she fought her eating disorder. She found her cure from fitness and wanted to share her experience with people.
She then began her YouTube channel and began making videos about workouts and healthy lifestyles. Through her YouTube channel, she encourages people to take a healthy lifestyle.
She also wrote the book It Takes Grit about workouts, health, and motivation to get in shape along with a 30 day challenge.
In 2016, she launched fitness app BURN, which is gaining 8,000 subscribers around the world.
- Real Name: Rebecca Louise Smith
- Stage Name: Rebecca Louise
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- Birthday: May 7, 1988
- Birthplace: Eastbourne, England
- Zodiac Sign: Taurus
- Nationality: English
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- Profession: Fitness Trainer, YouTube Star, TikTok Star, Author
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- Twitter: @RebeccaLouise
- Instagram: @rebeccalouisefitness
- TikTok: @rebeccalouisefitness
- YouTube: Rebecca Louise Official
Height, Weight, Physical Appearance
- Height: 165 cm (5’5″)
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- Hair Color: Blonde
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Husband & Dating History
Rebecca Louise is a married woman. She was married to her husband, Cory. They met through a dating app and the relationship has been going since then.
Her husband is a firefighter paramedic in Southern California, and he also has a side job as a photographer, videographer, and health coach.
Rebecca Louise has become a YouTube star since 2016. She gained a great amount of subscribers and could monetize her channel.
Her net worth is estimated at $1 million. She got her wealth from several sources, such as YouTube, endorsements, and more.
- She is quite reserved about her family information and there’s no details about her parents or her siblings.
- Her brother was a professional soccer player in England.
- She has been active in sport since she was a kid and was a South of England Field Hockey Player.
- She also became sport captain for soccer, netball, and track teams.
- In 2011, she moved to California to get her commercial pilot license.
- When she was 17, she suffered from anorexia and terrible complexions that led to depression.
- She began exercising and getting her nutrition balanced to cure her eating disorder.
- She is a qualified 200-hour yoga teacher.
- In 2012, she became a global fitness NASM Certified Trainer.
- She is the brand ambassador for several brands like Nike, GoPro, Amazon, and Disney.
- Her podcast has reached more than 250,000 downloads and featured several influencers such as Cassey Ho, Dr. Josh Axe and even Olympic Medalist Katie Hoff.
- Her ideal type is…
- It Takes Grit
- It Takes Grit
“You need to adapt and you need to do whatever you need to do to be able to help serve these people.”
“I just felt like I was able to keep bouncing back. I was just able to keep showing up.”
“I just feel it’s my duty to show up and help people, give them that boost. ‘Cause most people are feeling down. They’re feeling anxious about something, something’s worrying them. But if you change your physiological state and get excited about life, you’re gonna be excited about doing a workout as well.”
“Find something you can actually do forever. For me it’s eating a healthy, balanced nutrition plan. It’s not limiting yourself, so you can’t eat carbs, you can’t eat fat. It’s everything just in balance,”
“If you just feed your body good nutrition on a daily basis and occasionally you have a treat here and there you’re gonna lose weight, you’re gonna feel better and you’re gonna be fueling your body with the right nutrition.
“If you’re not eating anything you’re gonna get hangry, you’re not focused for the day. Yes, obviously you’ll consume less calories if you’re only eating through a period of time. But then you’ve gotta do that for the rest of your life.”
“Just take a step. You don’t even have to feel like it’s in the right direction. Take a step forward, to the side, wherever it is and boom you’re gonna get unstuck. You’re gonna start to make that progress.”
Rebecca Louise didn’t let her eating disorder hold her feet and kept looking for a way to get through it .
She found a passion in fitness and has a mission to share her experience that could help people have a healthy lifestyle.