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These are the highest-earning fitness channels on YouTube

Updated : 2019-10-08 15:17:25

It is not a secret that there is a lot of money to be made online and chances are all of us have at least Googled a few times about one fitness concern or other. No wonder that fitness channels on YouTube are money-minting machines, with the top-earning fitness account on the video-making platform raking in excess of $800,000 each month. Here is the list of the top-earning fitness channels on Youtube, according to a list released by Golf Support:

#10: Popular YouTuber Simeon Panda is at the tenth spot with a total of 12 lakh subscribers and a monthly earning of over $82,000. (Image Source: YouTube)
#10: Popular YouTuber Simeon Panda is at the tenth spot with a total of 12 lakh subscribers and a monthly earning of over $82,000. (Image Source: YouTube)
#9: At the ninth spot is YouTube channel Blogilates with over 47 lakh subscribers and over $86000 monthly earnings. (Image Source: YouTube)
#9: At the ninth spot is YouTube channel Blogilates with over 47 lakh subscribers and over $86000 monthly earnings. (Image Source: YouTube)
#8: Fitness Blender comes at the eighth spot with over 58 lakh subscribers and a monthly income of over $1,09,000. (Image Source: YouTube)
#8: Fitness Blender comes at the eighth spot with over 58 lakh subscribers and a monthly income of over $1,09,000. (Image Source: YouTube)
#7: While Walk at Home by Leslie Sansone has only 13 lakh subscribers, the page makes over $1,17,000 every month. (Image Source: YouTube)
#7: While Walk at Home by Leslie Sansone has only 13 lakh subscribers, the page makes over $1,17,000 every month. (Image Source: YouTube)
#6: Popular YouTuber Emi Wong is next in the list with over 13 lakh subscribers and more than $1,30,000 monthly turnover. (Image Source: YouTube)
#6: Popular YouTuber Emi Wong is next in the list with over 13 lakh subscribers and more than $1,30,000 monthly turnover. (Image Source: YouTube)
#5: Bodybuilding Workout Routine and Diet Planning, a popular Indian fitness channel, has 42 lakh subscribers and a monthly income of close to $1.4 lakh. (Image Source: YouTube)
#5: Bodybuilding Workout Routine and Diet Planning, a popular Indian fitness channel, has 42 lakh subscribers and a monthly income of close to $1.4 lakh. (Image Source: YouTube)
#4: At the fourth spot is YouTube channel ‘The Fitness Marshall’ with 21 lakh subscribers and over $2 lakh monthly income. (Image Source: YouTube)
#4: At the fourth spot is YouTube channel ‘The Fitness Marshall’ with 21 lakh subscribers and over $2 lakh monthly income. (Image Source: YouTube)
#3: Popular channel Calisthenicmovement comes third with 22 lakh followers and a monthly income of $2.9 lakh. (Image Source: YouTube)
#3: Popular channel Calisthenicmovement comes third with 22 lakh followers and a monthly income of $2.9 lakh. (Image Source: YouTube)
#2: With 85 lakh subscribers, Athlean-X is one of the most subscribed channels on YouTube. It earns over $4.4 lakh every month. (Image Source: YouTube)
#2: With 85 lakh subscribers, Athlean-X is one of the most subscribed channels on YouTube. It earns over $4.4 lakh every month. (Image Source: YouTube)
#1: Tibo Inshape, a channel run by a French bodybuilder who takes on extreme fitness challenges as well as traditional workouts in his videos, takes the top spot with $816,037.50 in monthly earnings and 64 lakh subscribers. (Image Source: YouTube)
#1: Tibo Inshape, a channel run by a French bodybuilder who takes on extreme fitness challenges as well as traditional workouts in his videos, takes the top spot with $816,037.50 in monthly earnings and 64 lakh subscribers. (Image Source: YouTube)
#14: While he failed to make it to the top ten, popular India Youtuber Rohit Khatri’s channel secured 14<sup>th</sup> position with 36 lakh subscribers and over $50000 monthly income. (Image Source: YouTube)
#14: While he failed to make it to the top ten, popular India Youtuber Rohit Khatri’s channel secured 14th position with 36 lakh subscribers and over $50000 monthly income. (Image Source: YouTube)
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