With 423K Instagram fans and 357K subscribers on YouTube, the former Love Island star is fast becoming one of Ireland's most influential muscle men. Originally from Dublin, this business-savvy beau is sure to make waves in the Irish social space in the coming years. Check out Rob's website for nutrition and fitness guides.
This Irish hunk of man is making a serious name for himself in the social sphere as a top fitness coach and model. Fans love his style, and of course, his ripped-to-shreds body. Check out his YouTube channel for nutrition tips and workout ideas, as he boasts some very impressive transformations which you can check out on dairecurleyfitness.com.
Deric O' hArtagáin
This bearded gentleman sent temperatures soaring when he joined TV3 as their newest wink-worthy weatherman a few years back. And if you follow Deric on social you'll see he regularly takes part in triathlons, ironman competitions and is, generally, an envy-inducing fitness head—and man, does he look all the better for it.
The Happy Pear
While not strictly fitness fellas by trade, The Happy Pear's dedication to wellness can't be ignored, so here they are. They've got a best-selling cookbook; they love yoga; they're purveyors of vegan fare, and are part of the 5 a.m. swim club no matter what the weather. How do they do it? A pure passion for health and wellbeing. I've got a feeling they'll be doing handstands well into their '90s!
You know you've made it when you end up on the side of a bus! And there he was, on one, Galway's Pat Divilly, as I was on my way to catch a flight to Scotland. I love Pat's story: he started out small, running classes on the beach at a time in his life when things weren't going so well. He's now a respected author, thought leader, and general inspiration to all.