Tag: YouTube


Fashion, latest trends, latest gadgets, these are just a few of the topics you can find on YouTube. I am wondering, there are lots of top influencers and YouTubers out there, if we are concerned on which clothes to wear for the next day, which updates we should pursue for our gadgets to benefit, we might as well concerned with our health. In this article, we are going to list down who are the best people to watch when it comes to health:

The Domestic Geek

Highlighting her spunky, fun healthy lifestyle habits, Sara Lynn Cauchon properly named herself “The Domestic Geek,” she is also an established television host, producer, and director. She was nominated for the GEMINI Viewer’s choice award for Best Host In A LifeStyle Series. She loves cooking balanced meals and it is what her followers’ inspiration from the whole world.

Madeleine Shaw

An Author, Health Coach, and Yoga Teacher. Madeleine Shaw has some practical tips for you, she had already covered a wide range of health topics and some good recipes for your tummy, she shares her amazing behind-the-scenes on how she manages the different aspects of her life despite of being a busy person.

Fit Men Cook

The men behind this channel is Kevin Curry. Gaining over 2 million followers, his positive perception on a healthy lifestyle is the “heat” for nutrition lovers. His message, “Our bodies are built in the kitchen, sculpted in the gym” and challenges people to become a better version of themselves with his weight loss program which includes balanced eating and workout routines.

Holistic Habits

A Canadian YouTuber Sarah Nagel who runs a handmade crystal jewelry shop on etsy is on YouTube to share some great tips on creating a natural skin care routine, self care practicing tips and some natural ways to deal with stress and anxiety.


Owner of Rawfully Organic Co-Op, Kristina Carillo-Bucaram has dedicated her “adult life” promoting a 100% Raw Vegan diet. Rawfully Organic is the only comprehensive organic Farmers’ market in Houston, Texas. Her passion for fruits and vegetables is what her extensive fan base are facing right now and they are challenged to experiment with her daily vegan recipes.

Zanna Van Dijk

A Personal trainer, fitness blogger, and model. She is the founder of #girlgrains movement. On her YouTube Channel, you will see various videos of her sharing her workout routines, travel vlogs, some tips for living a balanced life and nutritional tips.

Sarahs Day

Sarah was born in Sydney, Australia. She shares her daily diet routines, skin and workout routines on her videos. She is 90% vegan and 10% with honey and occasional fish. Now, she is sharing some tips to find a delicious outlet with food.


Source by Chen Wang


If you have been trying to learn how to jelq, you may have come across a ton of jelqing videos on YouTube. It may be tempting to spend some time clicking through these so-called jelqing videos, with the hopes of coming away with the knowledge of how to jelq properly. Just watch a handful of videos and then you can start doing the jelqing exercise and get a bigger penis, right? Not exactly. A matter of fact this can be the worst way to learn about the jelqing technique.

Here are 3 reasons you should avoid jelqing videos on YouTube:

  1. Most are simply “text videos” with absolutely no tutorial or visual demonstrations. This defeats the whole purpose of watching a video. If you just wanted to read about jelqing you wouldn’t be clicking on a video to do so, but rather reading an article like this one. Yet, so many of these are simply “words on a screen” which just define or describe the jelq exercise (and usually not very well).
  2. Many are just talking heads. Instead of words on a screen, you have a guy (or sometimes a girl which is bizarre) talking about the jelq technique. And most of the time they are simply reading from a script. Again, you have no visual demonstrations, and no real good or unique information.
  3. Waste of time. You can spend hours on YouTube trying to find a good video on a certain subject. Usually you have to go through dozens of videos before you find what you are really looking for. When it comes to male enhancement exercises, the same applies. You can spend a lot of time going through vids and easily become disappointing at the lack of real, tutorial information. Now there are exceptions and we’ll discuss those below so you will be able to save a lot of time if you do choose to search for jelqing information on YouTube.

Here are some exceptions that can help you find good informational videos on the jelq exercise.

  • Look for “human body videos”. When you are searching, skip over all the thumbnails which appear to be “text only videos”. Instead, go for the thumbnails which show a human body. Now here’s the trick that will save you a lot of time. If you see a “face”, skip it. The instructional videos will be the one’s in which the camera is pointed down towards the groin area. If the thumbnail shows a face, likely it will just a talking head video with no demonstration.
  • Banana or elongated object. If you see a banana, a cucumber, or some elongated object in the thumbnail, then you know this individual is going to be doing some actual demonstrating. While these may not be perfect in demonstrating the technique to an absolute tee (obviously a banana is not the same as a penis), they do show you how the exercise is performed and they can give you a very good visual sense of what jelqing is all about.
  • Real jelqing videos. Occasionally YouTube will allow some real jelqing videos to slip through the cracks. For some reason they get by the censors and when you click on the video you suddenly have “the real deal” in your face. Honestly, many guys would rather look at a banana demonstration video, as opposed to the real deal. The thing is, these videos usually are very poor anyway, and the banana demonstrations are much more thorough. Any informative real jelqing video is going to be included as part of a jelqing program, and will not be a generic demonstration video that somehow slipped through the censors on YouTube.


Source by Chess McDoogle

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