Jesseriverafitness's Instagram Audience Analytics and Demographics


United States

NASM CPT Bodybuilding/Weightloss Specialist 100% RAW Powerlifting U.S. 🥇90kg Worlds:🥉 82.1kg 1stphorm/Icon Meals Rep Let's get you shredded ⬇️⬇️⬇
Glenwood Springs|Colorado
United States

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47.1% of jesseriverafitness's followers are female and 52.9% are male. Average engagement rate on the posts is around 0.60%. The average number of likes per post is 231 and the average number of comments is 4.

35.37% of the followers that engaged with jesseriverafitness regularly are from United States, followed by Turkey at 8.54% and Canada at 8.54%. In summary, the top 5 countries of jesseriverafitness's posts engager are coming from United States, Turkey, Canada, Australia, Germany.

Jesseriverafitness loves posting about Actors, Fitness, Training, Coaching, Health & Fitness, Cooking, Food & Drink, Education, Humor.

Check jesseriverafitness's audience demography. This analytics report shows jesseriverafitness's audience demographic percentage for key statistic like number of followers, average engagement rate, topic of interests, top-5 countries, core gender and so forth.

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47.1 %
52.9 %


  • Fitness & Yoga 89.48 %
  • Sports 51.91 %
  • Beauty & Fashion 51.85 %
  • Restaurants, Food & Grocery 42.43 %
  • Travel & Tourism 38.07 %
  • Business & Careers 37.60 %
  • Healthy Lifestyle 36.15 %
  • Entertainment 33.46 %
  • Music 32.08 %
  • Art & Design 31.41 %
  • Pets 30.98 %


  • United States 35.37 %
  • Turkey 8.54 %
  • Canada 8.54 %
  • Australia 6.1 %
  • Germany 4.88 %


379 2

Almost that time to put my toy away😢 The good thing is I already have my winter project planned out💯 this bike is gonna look even better next summer🔥🔥🔥 #harleydavidson #nightrodspecial #fitnesstrainer #weightlifting #gymlife #1stphorm #gymaddicted   #rentsdue #flexibledieting #iam1stphorm #legionofboom #fitnessmotivation #prs

218 4

I’ve been guilty of this in the past, listen guys n gals by depriving yourself of kcal all year you are really just depriving yourself from tons of progress to be made....truth is if you consumed an adequate amount of kcal and macronutrients (for the long term) and got proper amounts of water, rest, recovery, and micronutrients, you would create a healthy and growing environment for your body ( if paired with the proper amount of intensity and exercise). I’m going to tell you something you don’t really see on insta, most of your favorite fitness influencers are not shredded all year, they take time to build, and that requires one to be at maintenance kcal or even just a slight surplus....... And no you don’t have to eat 3000 kcal above maintenance to create a growing environment. Literally maintenance or even 200-300kcal above maintenance for the long term will suffice. Now if you have weight to lose create a kcal deficit, get adequate amounts of macros and all the above that I mentioned. But don’t get stuck. I can tell you right now and from experience, if this is your first weight loss journey you will be totally stoked to get lean! But depending on how lean you get you will be hungry, you will deal with feeling lethargic, even hangry. So don’t get stuck reach your goal and move forward. Add in some kcal, build! And when you want to see what all that hard work got you during the building phase, cut. If you do it long enough you’ll be surprised of all the changes being made. Speaking of long enough 3weeks of bulking is not gonna cut it. Building muscle takes time... take atleast 4-6months before getting shredded💯 or don’t take my 2cents, but years down the road you are going to wonder why you plateaued, and you’ll be that guy or gal hating on everyone who’s stronger, bigger, more aesthetic, etc, you claim everyone is on steroids when those of us who put in all the work in every direction simply forgot about instant gratification, and focused on long term as anything worth getting takes proper application and adherence for the long term. This is not just a short moment of our lives, if done right this becomes a great lifestyle💯

152 2

Your breaking point could be your making point..... don’t give up, just keep pushing forward and take it one day at a time🙏 stay focused! Let’s get it fam!!!!🔥🔥🔥 #health #fitness #fit #fitnessaddict #fitspo #workout #bodybuilding #gym #train #training #health #healthy #instahealth #healthychoices #active #strong #motivation #determination #lifestyle #diet #getfit

260 2

This is on Point! 💯💯💯 #Repost @syattfitness ・・・ I’ve said this before and I’ll say it again. . Some people struggle with self control. . They want to lose fat but have difficulty saying “no.” . They mentally justify it in saying they’re “flexible dieting.” . But flexible dieting doesn’t mean “eat junk and lose fat.” . It means “don’t feel guilty for having a treat - but you still have to be wicked consistent to make significant, lasting changes.” . For them, practicing self control and saying “no” more often might help them achieve their goal. . Other people struggle with food anxiety. . They get anxious at the thought of going out to eat at a restaurant because they don’t want to “ruin their progress.” . They feel bad for having a slice of cake at their own birthday party. . They know it sounds silly and they often give their friends/family/clients amazing nutrition advice that promotes a more flexible approach...but they struggle with it themselves. . For them, saying “yes” more often and having a treat might help them achieve their goals. . Progress is not only measured in weight loss or fat loss or measurements or numbers or quantifiable data. . Progress is also measured in mental, emotional, and behavioral changes. . And, candidly, if you don’t improve your mindset first, any physical changes/improvements are going to be short-lived. . Because sustainable results only happen with a sustainable mindset. . J . #sustainability #flexibledieting #moderation #ifitfitsyourmacros #iifym #calories #caloriecounting #macros #healthyeating #cleaneating #carbs #carbohydrates #preworkout #postworkout #fitness #fitnessaddicted #nutritioncoach #healthymind

376 5

Swipe through to see more of my personal transformations. The very first cut I ever did was bro af 😂 hrs and hrs of cardio, rigid dieting, good vs bad foods, I even went low carb because the insulin’s bro, I think at one point I tried to Rev up my metabolism by eating more meals😂😂😂🤦🏼‍♂️ FML oh and cheat meals bro because ma hormones shiii. FYI the only reason why I dropped weight was due to creating a kcal deficit and not due to eating chicken, rice, broccoli, asparagus, and sweet potatoes 😂🤢 I learned a ton by making mistakes, I decided to bulk up and eat all the calories bro, like 3500 kcal above maintenance bro, (eat big to get big) I mean shit all the biggest bodybuilders in world are doing it right? Lol I’m sure the muscle mass they’ve reached Is due to all the clean eating and huge calorie surplus (NOT THE P.E.D’s) lol FML, nothing against it though just food for thought peeps. Anyhow that cut went well, I set my Caloric intake at a level that resulted in bodyweight losses of approximately 0.5 to 1%/wk to maximize muscle retention, along with this I decided not to use cardio to keep my strength up as much as possible and trained with tons of effort (kept lifting heavy) In the last bulk I made sure that I gained only about 1.5% BW per Month, that means my caloric surplus was not as ridiculous, I’ve gained an enormous amount of strength in the process and definitely increased lean muscle mass. My cut went smooth basically replicated the above. Keep in mind that I did ZERO Cardio, I have an inclusive vs exclusive approach to my diet, i.e I eat everything I don’t do good vs bad, none of this clean eating nonsense (whatever that is as no one can really agree to what that actually means) I just eat intelligently, I hit my kcal/macros to match my goals and have a good relationship with food, I do eat around 70-80% Whole Foods and the rest I enjoy fun foods. The thing with dieting is that you create consistency, if you find a higher level of adherence doing whatever diet you want great, I’ve said this many times the best diet is the one you can stick with. Same goes for your training 💯 as long as it gets you results. #1stphorm #iam1stphorm #weightlosstips

369 14

No fad diets, no crazy ”fat burner 3000” fad workouts, no waist trainer, no avoidance or demonizing of food or entire macronutrients, no fat burners. No nonsense. Our workouts were focused on building proper mechanics, hypertrophy, and Strength... didn’t aim for crazy HIIT Workouts to burn calories for the sake of burning calories, we used energy (kcal) to build and improve her physique and strength training. We matched the diet to fit her goals, we did not have a rigid approach, everything was on the menu think of it as an inclusive vs exclusive approach (in moderation of course). As we leaned towards lower kcal she made sure to have more nutrient dense foods to reduce the void of important micronutrients. We made sure to have a high level of adherence, and to put in an appropriate amount of effort in each and every training session.💯 BTW she is also a mother of 3 gorgeous girls 💪 you just have to make time and work for what you want💯 Resistance training ✅ Calorie deficit ✅ Proper macronutrient intake ✅ Recovery ✅ Cardio✅ sometimes we did none, and sometimes we did very little maybe 2x per week, 15-20min each (only to offset NEAT adaptations) ✅ Trained 4-6 x per week✅ Tracked Workouts ✅ Tracked kcal and macronutrients ✅ ADHERENCE ✅ There are many ways to get results, but nothing will work unless you work💯 #weightlifting #bodybuilding #iam1stphorm #girlswholift #fitfam #fitspo #fitnessmotivation #workout #gym #gymlife #fitnessmodel #squatbooty #shelifts #fitnessmom #momswholift #1stphorm #legionofboom

224 4

We can all live busy lives, but don’t forget to try and find some balance, prioritize your health over things that don’t have a positive effect on your lifestyle. It’s ok to make time for friends and late nights, to watch a Netflix show, and eat some junk, BUT make sure to also work on yourself, work on your business, make time for workouts, read everyday, learn everyday and eat good food. Balance💯 #Repost @rpstrength ・・・ Try and prioritize your health & nutrition sooner rather than later! ❤ @rp_transformations The longer you put it off, the worse outcomes you might be facing longterm! 💪 Use your lifestyle as your medicine. Eat well, exercise most days per week and form good habits early to help you later! 🙌 @drnadolsky #rpstrength #rplifestyle #rpdietapp #healthylifestyle #science #


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