Lucy Wyndham-Read

YouTube Lifestyle, Motivator and Fitness Expert

Blogosphere Awards 2021 - Fitness Influencer of the Year

About Lucy

Lucy has been involved in the Health & Fitness industry for over 25 years, and now in her 50’s, she has a wealth of experience in what works and how to get results. She has helped millions of people with workouts worldwide. She has a YouTube Channel with over 1.9 Million Subscribers and 350 Million Views as well as appearing frequently on TV channels such as This Morning, Sky News, BBC1, ITV, Channel 4 and Channel 5.

She has been the Fitness Expert for Woman & Home alongside her own column in Feel Good You Magazine and often appears in publications such as ELLE, Glamour, Cosmopolitan, The Guardian, Red, OK, You, Stylist and many more.

Lucy is a Patron for a charity very close to her heart, Help for Heroes, which helps wounded ex service men and women after they retire from the armed forces

Lucy in the Daily Mail – 28 July 2022

“How to Get Fit in Just 7 Minutes”

As one of the most respected and viewed online fitness coaches in the world, Lucy was asked to put together this 2 page spread for the Daily Mail newspaper (see picture) which appeared on 28 July 2022. This was accompanied by an extensive article published in the online edition.

Yet another example of Lucy leading the way in making exercise and fitness accessible to all.

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In September 2021 Lucy was the winner of the Blogosphere Fitness Influencer of the Year award, this was as a result of votes by the general public.

Daily Mail

Lucy Wyndham-Read beats Joe Wicks as the most popular fitness YouTuber,

Lucy Wyndham-Read, 49, from Surrey, has quietly racked up more than 58 million views on her YouTube channel in lockdown, making it the most popular fitness channel in the UK. This video is Lucy’s most recent interview on the “This Morning” TV programme

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Lucy was invited to do a TEDx Talk at University of Surrey about her story, her mission and how she plans to get the world fit through social media.

At the age of 19 Lucy decided that despite her girly image, the fact that she had been bullied at school and that the thought of doing any sport quite terrified her, she wanted to take on what was for her the ultimate challenge of joining the Army.

It was during her 5 years of serving in the British Army that she learnt some of the highly effective skills which she has used to her advantage. In particular, she learned about fitness, motivation, utter determination, and how to never give up and shout out the words #YESICAN and create the online community #LUCYSSQUAD.

Lucy on stage at the Race For Life cancer fund raiser in London’s Hyde Park, warming up 12,000 women ready to run 10k for charity.

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During the Covid-19 lockdown in early 2021, Lucy was approached by Bewley Homes to teach a couple of online classes to their staff while they where all stuck at home.

Lucy waived any fee and asked that the company donate money to support the tireless and dedicated work of the NHS during these challenging times. Not only were the classes very successful but £2,500 was raised for the NHS.

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