It seems from a nutritional science standpoint there are a number of experts in the blogosphere that clearly really know their stuff and seem to be the "gurus" in the paleo world: Mat Lalonde, Kurt Harris, Paul Jaminet, Robb Wolf, and many others.
I understand some of them have a huge wealth of information on both nutrition and fitness/strength training, but they seem to lean more toward nutrition. Who are some of the leading experts, gurus and bloggers in the fitness and strength training world who really seperate the nonsense from the good stuff?
I would say Kelly Starrett, more positioning, mobility and such, but excellent nonetheless, Louie Simmons, Greg Everett, Mark Rippetoe, Dutch Lowy, and many others. Robb Wolf would be a good one to ask, he's usually a great wealth of knowledge and knows who else to ask.
Many of the best experts post on Testosteron Nation (t-nation.com). Yes, there are pictures of steroided bodybuilders, but the training principles are same and sound, and they have numerous articles for starting lifters.
The site and even the articles push their own (expensive) supplements heavily, so I wouldn't take any of their supplement advice, except perhaps the generic ones you can also get from elsewhere.