Top 10 Hardcore Workout Songs ( Motivation ) With Video

  1. Day of the Dead – Hollywood Undead

Day of the Dead is the first single from the band’s fourth album, Day of the Dead. The music video for the song was released on March 17th, 2015.
It was directed by Spence Nicholson. It features the band appearing as musical guests on a satirical version of a for-profit televangelism show.

2.Skan & Krale – No glory


3.Who Taught You How to Hate – Disturbed

On the 21st of August, 2015, nu-metal band Disturbed released Immortalized, ending a 4-year hiatus since the release of The Lost Children.“Who Taught You How To Hate” is the 13th and final track on the standard version of the album.As the title would suggest, this song questions irrational hate towards others, generally due to a lack of understanding or a cultural stereotype.

4.Love The Way You Hate Me – Like A Storm

Love The Way You Hate Me is the second track on Like A Storms’ album “Awaken The Fire”

5.Do You Really Want It? – Nothing More

This song is the start of an album that (I feel) can be applied to relationships. If you look at the song names and you listen to the music, it’ll strike you like a stone.

6.Fivefold – Darker Side Of Me

7.Courtesy Call – Thousand Foot Krutch

8.Not Gonna Die – Skillet

This song is, according to John Cooper, one of the more natural songs for the Skillet fanbase. It has similarities to one of their most notable hits, “Comatose”; however, the song’s message presents a reminder that there is a persistent hope to life

9.Murder Melody – Cult to follow

10.Stronger – Through Fire

“Stronger” was originally released as a demo on Through Fire’s Riot 10 EP when they were named Emphatic. This re-recording is the lead single of Through Fire’s album, Breathe. The song is about breaking free from somebody who you believe you have become stronger than.

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Top 10 Yoga Poses For Health Problems

1.Heal Migraines

Forward Virasana

Kneel with widened knees apart. Draw the shoulders forward past the ears. Lower the heart towards the earth. Tailbone lengthening back and down. Chin gently tucking in towards the chest, lengthening the back of the neck. If you like you can rest forehead (on a bolster).

2.Alleviate Anxiety

Ustrasana
Ustrasana can release stress and enhance circulation throughout your body. Proper blood circulation means more oxygen, which helps to heal the mind and body.

3.Fight Depression

Balasana (Child Pose)

Balasana helps calm your brain and relieves stress and anxiety. It gently stretches your lower back and hips, enabling your body to relax. Peace and calm prevail over your entire being, helping you deal with your depression better.

Balasana is considered as one of the most comfortable yoga poses. All you have to do is kneel and sit on your heels. Make sure your big toes touch each other. Keep your hands on your knees and spread your knees hip-width apart. Then, bend your torso forward, in between your divided thighs, with your face touching the ground. Bring your arms forward and place them on either side of your head, with the palms facing down. Be in this position for a few minutes.

4.Reignite Your Sex Life

Melting Heart Pose (Anahatasana)

The lower back and upper chest tend to become stiff easily and cause a lot of discomfort during sex. Physically, the melting heart pose lengthens and strengthens these areas. Energetically, it helps remove energy stagnation in the Heart meridian, which is responsible for mental and emotional activities and intimacy according to Traditional Chinese Medicine. So, this pose helps awaken the energy flow in the heart while restoring the body and mind connection.

How to do it:

Starting on your hands and knees, walk your hands forward as you lower the chest on the floor. As best as you can, try to keep the hips above the knees. Rest your forehead, chin, or chest on the floor.

5.For a Hangover

Easy seated twist yoga pose

“Twists are great for helping toxins move their way out of your body—and out of your life,” says Stiles.

Try it: Start seated (as shown), inhale and lift your left arm straight up. As you exhale, grab your right knee with your left hand. Press your right fingertips into the ground behind your hips. Inhale and sit up tall. Exhale and twist your torso further toward the right. Then switch your legs and repeat on the other side.

6.For Killer Cramps

forward bend with rolled up blanket yoga pose

“This move is great to sooth the mind, the mood, and cramps,” says Stiles. “The gentle pressure from the blanket and your torso is really grounding and comforting, and just plain feels great.”

Try it: Roll up a blanket. Sit down with your legs straight in front of you. Place the blanket on your upper thighs. Gently fold your torso over the blanket. Stay here for 10 long, deep breaths.

7.For a Cold or Flu

alternate nostril breathing yoga

“This technique is known for keeping people from getting colds or the flu, as well as helping them get better faster,” says Stiles. “It’s great for clearing congestion. It also does wonders for cultivating an easy mind, so even when the flu strikes you’ll feel easy and calm while you are recovering.” (Check out 11 Other Tricks to Bounce Back Fast From a Cold.)

Try it: Sit up tall, however you can sit comfortably. Take your right hand and curl down your index and middle finger into your palm. Press your ring finger over your left nostril and inhale for 4 counts. Close off your right nostril with your thumb so both nostrils are closed. Hold all the air in for 4 counts. Release your ring finger and let all the air out your left nostril for 4 counts. Repeat this breathing pattern for 3 to 5 minutes.

8.For a Sleepless Night

lying-down twist yoga pose

“So many people have major problems getting to sleep and staying asleep,” says Stiles. “Yoga has been known to help out, big time. A simple lying down twist helps to release any tension in the spine and mind that can be getting in the way of a good night’s rest. You can even do it when you’re in bed!”

Try it: Lie down on your back and hug your right knee into your chest. Twist your right leg over toward your left side. Relax your arms out to the sides. Stay here for 10 deep breaths and repeat on the other side.

9.For a Sugar Craving

seated meditation with arms in a v

“Yoga trains and reprograms the mind so it can come back to a calm and neutral state free of anxieties and cravings,” says Stiles. “This seated meditation with arms up in a V gives your body just enough to do to allow your mind to focus. Spend a few minutes in this position and you’ll be able to conquer your sugar cravings with ease.”

Try it: Starting in a comfortable seated position, raise your arms overhead into in a V shape. Relax your shoulders down your back and reach out through your fingertips. Stay and breathe here for 3 minutes. Finding the ease in staying here for several minutes will clear your mind and release loads of tension from your body.

10.For Long Car Rides

Standing Side Opener Yoga Pose

“We’ve all been crammed in the car for too long, and there are some simple poses to help open up your body,” says Stiles. “Standing side opener is great because you’re bringing length back into your side and spine, a reversal of when it gets crunched in the car.”

Try it: Stand with your feet parallel, shoulders aligned with your hips. Inhale and reach your arms out and up. Grab your left wrist with your right hand. Gently pull your left arm up with your right hand. Let your torso naturally arch over to your right side. Stay here for three breaths and then work the other side, too. (Looking for more relief? Try these Tips to Prevent Lower Back Pain if road trips and long days at the office are wrecking your back.)

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Top 10 CELEBRITY DIETS THAT ACTUALLY WORK

1.Beyoncé

While Sasha Fierce has recently devoted herself, and her social media, to a vegan lifestyle, Beyoncé is also famous for completing the Master Cleanse, an all-liquid diet of cayenne lemon water, to prepare for her role in the 2006 film Dreamgirls. During that time, Beyoncé allowed herself a cheat day to indulge in pizza and wine. 

2. Kim Kardashian Atkins 


Wondering how Kim Kardashian shed her post-baby weight so quickly? Calling it the “greatest challenge” of her life, Kim lost around 25 kilos in 11 months leading up to her wedding. Featuring a diet that mainly consists of protein rich foods high in healthy fats like avocado and nuts, as well as eggs, fresh fruit and vegetables, and cheese, while eliminating the intake of carbs.

It is also advised for dieters to stop counting calories – instead ensuring you consume three regular sized meals and two snacks every day. 

Kardashian also enlisted the help of celebrity trainer Tracy Anderson to keep her exercise in check and reportedly had a chef accompany her on tour with Kanye West in order to keep her meals carb-free.

3. Jennifer Aniston, Demi Moore, Sandra Bullock – THE ZONE DIET

WHAT IT IS: Developed by former scientist Dr. Barry Sears, The Zone Diet involves getting 40 percent of your daily total caloric intake from carbohydrates, 30 percent from carbs and 30 percent from fats. According to Sears, balancing the correct amount of amino acids with carbs helps control the appetite to prevent over-eating (which leads to weight gain). Followers eat three portion-controlled meals and two snacks a day, preventing you from getting too hungry – or cranky. Hollywood hottie Jennifer Aniston was such a big fan, some have even called it the “Jennifer Aniston Diet.”

4.Marilyn Monroe

Eggnog for breakfast? Miss Marilyn Monroe herself would start her day with two raw eggs whipped in warm milk. Opting to skip lunch, the pop culture icon would then consume broiled liver, steak, or lamb and five carrots for dinner, finished with a decadent hot-fudge sundae dessert. 

5. Victoria BeckhamAlkaline Diet 


ex-Spice Girl, fashion designer and mother of four Victoria Beckham cites the alkaline diet as her method of maintaining her incredibly svelte figure. The diet tries to keep the body’s pH level between 7.35 and 7.45 by ultimately aiming the dieter to eat 80% alkaline (fruits, vegetables, nuts and legumes – fennel, broccoli, grapefruit and kale are considered the most alkaline) and 20% acidic (wheat and dairy products, coffee, sugar, meat, fish and alcohol) foods. 

Reportedly Beckham’s daily diet includes grilled fish, smoked salmon, scrambled eggs, yellow fin tuna, sushi salad, and blueberry smoothies, which effectively controls aging due to their high omega 3 content. Those who keep an alkaline diet boast increased energy levels, improved memory, as well as the prevention of cancer and heart disease.

6. Sofia Vergara, Ricki Lake, Lauren Conrad, Jennifer Lopez, Julie Benz -FRESHOLOGY

WHAT IT IS:Freshology provides calorie-controlled, low-carb, high-protein, all-natural gourmet meals (prepared by a five-star chef, ooh la la) delivered straight to your front door. Said to be the “Diet Plan of Choice for the Dancing with the Stars Celebrities,” meal plans start at $48 a day.

“The food is good and I don’t have to think about it!” says sultry star Sofia Vergara. But the best part? You’ll even get dessert.

7.Kate Middleton – The Dukan Diet

Kate Middleton took a cue from the French and slimmed down for the Royal Wedding with The Dukan Diet. After an initial kick start of straight protein and vegetables, the regimen is broken into three phases that get less strict week by week, with variations depending on how many pounds you’re trying to shed.

8. Angelina JolieThe Ancient Grains Diet 


To keep her energy levels up, Angelina Jolie makes sure she regularly snacks on and adds ancient grains such as quinoa, chia seeds, millet, spelt and buckwheat to her diet. The humanitarian and film star claims provide her with nutrients she can’t find anywhere else, plus boasts glowing, radiant skin and shining, healthier hair to prove it.

9. Kim Cattrall, Nicole Kidman, Oprah, Eva Mendes, Bill Clinton – THE SOUTH BEACH DIET

WHAT IT IS: According to their website, The South Beach Diet is “a food-lover’s diet”. Divided into three phases (the first two are the most strict), the program is said to eliminate cravings, kick start weight loss and maintain for life. While there’s no counting calories or strict portion sizes, followers must say goodbye to bread, rice, potatoes, pasta, baked goods, and fruit – at least for the first two weeks. Relatively simple in principle, it replaces “bad carbs” and “bad fats” with “good carbs” and “good fats.”

10.Lady Gaga – Baby food diet

Did Lady Gaga purée her pounds away? The singer is rumored to have tried Tracy Anderson’s baby food diet, a plan that replaces your first two meals of the day with Gerber’s baby food, followed by a health-conscious dinner. While she has yet to fess up, other celebs have also been linked to the diet, including Reese Witherspoon, Jennifer Aniston, and Gwyneth Paltrow

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Top 10 Vegan Mistakes

1. Not eating enough variety.

When you first stop eating animal products, it’s easy to get stuck on what’s easy. We ate pizza four times in a week once, and pasta five times. Both are extremely easy to make with various sauces and toppings, and while carbs are good for you (your brain runs on them!) and pasta does contain some protein, you need other nutrients, too. Add in more vegetables—frozen are fine and have all the same nutrients as fresh!

2.Assuming That Vegan or Vegetarian Products Are Automatically Healthier

Unfortunately, just because a food product is labeled “vegetarian” or “vegan” doesn’t necessarily mean it’s healthier than the regular alternative.

For example, almond milk is a popular, plant-based milk that’s often a staple in vegan diets.However, while almond milk is low in calories and enriched with several important vitamins and minerals, it is not necessarily healthier than cow’s milk.

For example, 1 cup (240 ml) of low-fat cow’s milk contains 8 grams of protein, while the same amount of unsweetened almond milk contains only 1 gramSweetened almond milk can also be high in added sugar, with 16 grams of sugar in just 1 cup

3. Going Vegan Overnight


One of the quickest downfalls I’ve seen is to “go vegan” literally overnight. One day you’re chowing down on two cheeseburgers, and the next, you’re swearing off all animal products forever. A small subset of people, often motivated by serious medical diagnoses or some other emotional reason, can do it. They have a strong, unbreakable “why.” But for most people, it absolutely doesn’t work that way — and it is a shock to your body. Start eliminating one food category at a time. Poultry, dairy, fish, pork, beef, eggs, etc., and give your body time to adjust.

4.Being obsessed with protein.

You don’t need as much protein as you may think you need, and if you’re eating enough variety, you shouldn’t have a problem getting enough of it, or any nutrient for that matter. No Meat Athlete’s website states that the total number of calories from protein that you need is between 10 to 15 percent of your total calories.

5.Not Getting Enough Vitamin B12

Vitamin B12 plays several important roles in the body. It’s important in the creation of red blood cells and DNA, among other processes.

Unfortunately, the main sources of vitamin B12 are animal products, such as meat, poultry, shellfish, eggs and milk products.For this reason, vegetarians have an increased risk of vitamin B12 deficiency

Vitamin B12 deficiency can cause fatigue, memory problems and numbness. It can also lead to megaloblastic anemia, a condition caused by having a lower-than-normal amount of red blood cells

Unfortunately, a high intake of folate can actually mask vitamin B12 deficiency, hiding symptoms until the damage becomes irreversible.However, there are foods and supplements available that can help vegetarians meet their vitamin B12 needs.

6.Not Eating Enough Iron


You need iron. It’s a mineral required for vital biological functions including transporting oxygen throughout your body. In fact, every living cell in your body needs iron to function, so it is a big deal to make sure you are getting enough! Iron comes in two forms, heme and non-heme. About 40 percent of the iron in animal products is heme, which your body easily absorbs. Non-heme from plants isn’t absorbed as easily, so you need to eat more of it. Vegan sources of iron include:

  • Coconuts
  • Legumes (beans and peas)
  • Macadamia nuts
  • Oats (traditional steel-cut)
  • Quinoa
  • Raisins
  • Sesame seeds
  • Sun-dried tomatoes
  • Swiss chard

7.Eating too many meat and cheese substitutes.

People say going vegan is too expensive for a reason—they’re thinking of all of the substitutes they’ll “have” to buy when they go vegan… but you don’t have to buy them! There are plenty of products out there from companies that make fantastic meat and cheese substitutes, but they aren’t necessarily healthy, and you can make plenty of substitutes at home for a fraction of the price. Looking to cut it out? Try making veggie burgers with beans, vegetables, and spices, baked in the oven to cut out oil, or make your own cashew cream sauce for pasta to make mac and “cheese”.

8.Eating Too Few Calories

Many foods and food groups are off-limits for vegans and vegetarians, which can make it challenging for them to meet their calorie needs.In fact, vegans and vegetarians tend to eat fewer calories than people who eat both meat and plants.

One study compared the nutritional quality of 1,475 people’s diets, including vegans, vegetarians, vegetarians who ate fish, people who ate both meat and plants and people who ate meat only once a week.Vegans had the lowest calorie intake across all the groups, consuming 600 fewer calories than people who ate both meat and plants.

Vegetarians had a slightly higher calorie intake than vegans, but still consumed 263 fewer calories than people who ate both meat and plants

9.Avoiding Fat


We live in a fat-phobic society, but our bodies can’t absorb certain vitamins unless fat is present. It’s also a source of energy. If we don’t eat fats, we don’t live. It doesn’t do you any good to drink a huge fat-free smoothie or skip a healthy dressing on a salad because there are vitamins that your body can’t absorb without the presence of some fat.

There are bad fats — ones that harm our health and provide no benefits. Those are trans fats and other hydrogenated fats that are highly processed, completely man-made, and unnatural. Skip those.

However, you want to make sure you’re getting enough Essential fatty acids (EFAs). Among other benefits, they help your body absorb the nutrients in your food and help maintain healthy cell walls. You need both (that’s why they’re called essential), but your body can’t make them, so you must eat them. They come in two forms: omega-3 and omega-6 and should be eaten in a 2:1 ratio of two parts omega-6 to one part omega-3.

10.Not having more than one reason to go vegan.

For some, one reason may be enough, but studies show that for most people, they need two or more reasons to go vegan, whether for health, ethical, or environmental reasons. Do your research, and find out what’s important to you. Animal agriculture is the number one cause of global warming; do you want to contribute to that, or fight against it? Have you read that eating a plant-based diet can help fight heart disease and high blood pressure or even prevent seemingly genetically predisposed diseases? Do you want to save the cows from their untimely death at two years old, when they should be living 20 or more years when not farmed? Find your reasoning, and do your research. 

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Top Fitness Trends For 2019

1.Exercising at home

Working out is no longer solely resigned to hitting the gym. Tom Holland, MS, an exercise physiologist from Connecticut,said home workouts will continue to be popular in the new year. Many Americans are creating home gyms, or using streaming technology to exercise under their own roofs.

“Getting started doesn’t require a large amount of space or investment,” Holland said.

2.HIIT IS HERE TO STAY

Mentioned at the top of the ACSM’s 2018 trends survey, we expect HIIT (high-intensity interval training) to stick around in 2019. The results are undeniable, and especially for working professionals short on time, there’s no better way to get a complete, gym-free workout than with some intense circuits.

Head outside, do it in the living room, or take a class at your local studio – HIIT is all about movement and workout efficiency.

3.Boxing

When it comes to what workout trend more of us will be trying, that will be boxing, according to Jawaid. Combat sports in general are becoming more of a part in mainstream culture in part due to rising popularity of mixed martial arts, or MMA.

“Boxing workouts are a great way of getting an intense workout but also feeling like a fighter,” Jawaid told Healthline. “I think people feel a sense of empowerment when they emulate certain movements of fighters.”

Second to boxing is spinning, Jawaid said. The controlled aspect of pedaling typically means less injuries than other recent trends such as CrossFit.

4.GETTING SWEATY WITH STRANGERS

According to the ACSM, group training (more than five people) will be the second most popular fitness trend in 2019. For good reason, too — these classes are social, highly motivational and provide instruction for people who need structure in their daily workouts. Group classes cover a wide range of disciplines, including spin, dance, aquatics and cardio-based classes, and are available anywhere from private studios to public facilities to mainstream gyms.

5.Smart training

Having a fitness wristband to track calories and steps is one thing, but workouts will get even smarter in 2019, says Von Collins, an ACE-certified professional with Complete Tri, said that smart treadmills and other fitness equipment that features streaming apps is quite a game changer.

Smart training lets you, for example, ride a bike while seeing the course on a tablet. The bike changes to reflect hills or other obstacles, plus many smart training platforms let you compete with other users. You can do workouts, time trials, or even go for rides with friends who might live miles away.

“Up until now, the technology to stream workouts at home in a fully integrated way has been best described as clunky,” Collins said. “It is becoming much more streamlined, much more plug-and-play, which opens the entire market up beyond the hardcore junkies and to the masses.”

6.THE RETURN OF THE TREADMILL

Step aside elliptical — in the past few months we’ve seen many fitness classes and training plans getting back to basics. We’re talking about the treadmill, the machine that’s been around seemingly forever.

If it’s not broken, don’t fix it, and with the rise of popular and effective treadmill programs, we anticipate this machine will be a staple in many training plans in 2019. Just don’t forget your running and multisport watchto monitor your efforts!

7.Fitness studios — not gyms

For those who do like going to a gym, the big box facility may still be the perfect fit.

But expect them to offer more classes than you’ll see in fitness studios, says Eric Casaburi, founder and chief executive officer of Retro Fitness.

While gyms aren’t going anywhere, the shift toward boutique fitness studios and classes will dominate 2019.

The 2017 IHRSA Health Club Consumer Report found that 18 million Americans belonged to a studio, which was up 15 percent compared to 2015.

Still, 32 million Americans held membership in traditional commercial health clubs and gyms, which is down from 2015.

8.YOGA, YOGA, YOGA

While there’s no doubt the classic form of yoga will always reign supreme, the variations on this ancient practice are injecting new life into a sometimes stale routine. 2019 will continue to see more outdoor yoga classes, yoga retreats, standup paddleboard (SUP) yoga, goat yoga (yes, we said goat yoga), etc. We can’t wait to see what yoga variations the new year will bring.

9.Being fit is trending, overall

Other trends to watch out for in 2019, according to the annual American College of Sports Medicine predictions report, include more personal training, fitness programs for older adults, and the continuation of yoga as a popular fitness trend.

Their top trend for the year is wearable technology, which debuted on the list in 2016, stayed there in 2017 and dropped to third place last year. The ACSM says group training and HIIT will be the second and third biggest trends in 2019.

10.NETFLIX OF THE WORKOUT WORLD

Here at Polar, we’re officially rebranding “Netflix and chill” as “Stream and workout” in 2019. Many big-name fitness brands are creating subscription-based virtual streaming services designed to replicate a guided group session in the comfort and convenience of your home.

For example, Les Mills On Demand offers access to over 600 online workouts, YogaWorks has created an on-demand library of over 1,000 guided yoga classes, and brands like Peloton offer a live, interactive platform to work out with others in real time. Think of these as a modern-day Richard Simmons VHS tape — minus the neon spandex and electronic music.

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Top 10 COMMON WORKOUT EXCUSES & HOW TO BEAT THEM!

Well that is going to be fun, everybody sometimes use some of these excuses even me. Oppsss. Check the list.

1.I’m Too Tired


“Unless you’re incredibly sleep deprived or jet-lagged, there’s no reason not to exercise when you’re tired,” says Sachs. In fact, working out will rev you up. Robert E. Thayer, Ph.D., and his colleagues at California State University, Long Beach, found that just 10 minutes of brisk walking can give you up to two hours of increased energy. If possible, work out in the morning. A.M. exercisers are better at sticking to a fitness regimen, say researchers at the University of California, Berkeley. If early evening is the only time you have, try drinking a cup of coffee beforehand. The caffeine jolt will get you to the also improve your workout performance.

2. “I don’t have a break from the kids.”

If you have a newborn, stroller-cizing (using your stroller as a crafty piece of exercise equipment) can be a great way to sneak in a workout. Babysitting older kids? Try teaming up with them for a workout at home. Pop in a DVD—many of Hoebel’s clients use his exercise DVDs to get in some quality family fitness time.

3.“The weather is terrible.”

We know, some days it is too hot, too cold, too rainy, too snowy, or too windy to do much of anything. That’s why you need a back up plan. For those days when heading outdoors is impossible and/or travel is unsafe, clear yourself some space in the living room, grab some weight and do a short body weight routine. Being stuck indoors is not a good reason for not moving.

4.I’m too busy


Many people don’t exercise because they feel weighed down with work, but a good sweat session will make you more productive on the job. You’ll have less stress, a clearer head and a better perspective. “You can actually get more work done after your workout than before,” says Mark Anshel, Ph.D., a performance counselor with LGE Performance Systems, a corporate training center in Orlando, Florida.

A recent study at University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign suggested that people who thought they were too busy to exercise really did have the time but chose not to make it a priority. Figure out how to incorporate physical activity into your workday. Try exercising at lunchtime, when many of us can steal away without missing too many calls or meetings.

5. “I had a bit too much fun last night.”

It may sound counterintuitive, but after a big night out, a good sweat session could be just what the hangover doctor ordered. You should probably avoid intense workouts (just say no to HIIT for now) and stick with gentler techniques that still break a sweat. And don’t forget to hydrate with plenty of water and electrolytes.

6.The gym is too expensive.”

You don’t need a gym membership to keep yourself in shape. Any space, indoors and out, can be used as a workout space! We strongly believe in, and support, the home workout movement. With Home workout, you can find all of our workout programs in one place, any time you want them. Whether you are looking for a 21 day bootcamp or a shorter challenge,
Home workout has it. It is like having a personal trainer right there in your own home! No excuses when you can stream a killer workout, at home.

7. I’ll never look like Jennifer Lopez, so why bother?


“Comparing yourself with others is unrealistic and often leads to feelings of frustration, which can sabotage your workouts,” says Richard Van Haveren, Ph.D., a sport psychologist at Georgia State University in Atlanta. Instead, set challenging but attainable goals, then focus on how you’re going to achieve them, for example, by running two miles a day three days a week. “In this case, running is something specific that you know you can do, whereas looking like a certain celebrity may not be.”

8. “I’m too out of shape to be seen in public yet.”

“You have to start sometime and waiting for the perfect moment usually never comes,” says Hoebel. You could wear baggier clothing if you’re feeling self-conscious, and try to find off-peak hours at the gym when fewer people are there. But remember: There’s a special place in hell for people who judge others when they’re trying to get in shape.

9.It’s that time of the month.”

We know that when you are feeling crampy, achy, bloated, moody and exhausted, working out may be the last thing you’re looking to do but trust us, it can help! Exercise improves your circulation and gets your digestion working which can help ease many of the symptoms you may be feeling. Similarly, exercise helps elevate your mood, helping you to feel less irritable and cranky. You don’t have to go hard, some light exercise or a yoga routine can do the trick. Next time you find yourself feeling this way, try these yoga moves  that are perfect for easing that  period pain.

10.I’m not in the mood


If you’re in a bad mood, a good workout can improve it—almost instantly. In a study conducted by the department of exercise science at the University of Georgia in Athens, researchers found that women with high levels of anxiety experienced marked relief after riding a stationary bike for 40 minutes. Many researchers attribute the exercise-induced mood lift to several biochemical changes in the body, including a rush of endorphins to areas of the brain that control emotion and behavior (a phenomenon called runner’s high).

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Top Fitness Inspiration Youtubers

Everybody need motivation to go trough hard day, check the most motivation youtube channels

1.FitnessBlender
5.3m subscribers


FitnessBlender is the number one most subscribed YouTube fitness channel and it is clear to see why. With over 5.3 million subscribers, Daniel and Kelli, a husband and wife duo, provide over 500 free workout videos ranging in difficulty and experience. FitnessBlender brings upbeat content to motivate people from all skill levels and get active on the internet!

2.Tone It Up

This channel was created by Karena Dawn and Katrina Scott and features hundreds of videos that cover everything from health tips and recipes to how-tos and specific workouts. You can learn how to work your whole body as well as specific areas like arms, abs, lower body, and more. This channel also offers HIIT, also known as high-intensity interval training workouts, for those who want a more rigorous workout from home. 

3.Nikki Blackketter

My favorite YouTuber. Funny, intelligent, real, well-spoken, creative and committed. Her content is always interesting and her uploads are consistent. Her smile when she greets subscribers with “Good morning sunshine!” will make you smile. She’s always engaging with her followers on YouTube and Twitter. Nikki’s YouTube channel with 595,226 subscribers is not all she’s got. She is a Gym Shark ambassador., launching her own line with the company which was sold out quickly. Besides fitness, Nikki is a nerd and a cat-mom. One of Nikki’s pet peeves? Being late. What she loves the most besides her cat, Max? Christmas.

4.BeFiT
2.8m subscribers

BeFiT comes in at number 2 with their high intensity and specific workouts. From abs to general fitness, BeFiT guides 2.8 million subscribers to a healthier lifestyle right from their home. BeFiT is a multi-member channel which allows them to have professional workouts in almost all exercises. BeFiT asks, “Are you ready to be FiT?” Well, are you?

5.Pop Sugar Fitness

One of the more popular channels is Pop Sugar Fitness. This channel offers full-length exercises that include everything from Pilates and Yoga to Tabata, cardio, and strength training. Hosted by trainer Anna Renderer, this channel promotes healthy living and stress-free lifestyles for optimal results. 

6.Whitney Simmons

By following one of Whitney’s workout routines. you will, for a fact, be sore the next day. Her favorite color is Blue. And do we have to talk about her dog Navy? She says the gym has helped her get over a really bad period in her life when she was in college. “This led me to a very downward spiral of sadness”, she explains on her channel. It was her dad that encouraged her to go to a gym which had personal training classes and she did. “This became so much more than a physical workout, it became an escape for me. This is the place I went to for my mental health…I consider the gym my therapy…it truly saved me”.

7.Scott Herman Fitness

Scott Herman’s fitness channel is focused on intense strength training and muscle gains. With 2 million subscribers, ScottHermanFitness is the number four most subscribed fitness YouTube channel. Scott focuses on fixing form for weightlifting and other weight lifting tips to maximize your workout. With his intense attitude and chiseled physique, Scott is a force to be reckoned with in the fitness world.

8.Live Sonima

This channel is perfect for those who love or want to get into Yoga exclusively. There are Yoga classes, breathing exercises, and meditation sessions. This channel also offers categories such as yoga for expectant mothers, workouts for people who work on their feet all day long, warm-up stretches for athletes, and much more. 

9.Robin Gallant

Robin’s videos are full of valuable fitness information. She has a killer fashion sense. Recently, Robin adopted a kitty named Maple. The Canadian beauty graduated from Dalhousie University with Bachelors of Science in Biochemistry and Engineering. However, Robin’s journey wasn’t an easy one. In her 4th year of university, the pressure to succeed was too much to bear. “I broke. I barely slept, I barely ate, I couldn’t focus, I couldn’t read/study, I couldn’t write a test without a debilitating panic attack…This was when I found fitness…I allowed myself to take time off school and learn how to eat healthily and get active to help manage my mental health”, said Robin in a moving Instagram post.

10.Kali Muscle
1.8m subscribers

Kali Muscle is a vigorous fitness channel for bodybuilding. An ex-convict from Compton, Kali Muscle fought his way back to success through fitness. He shares his experience, how he trained his mind and body, and the steps you should take to pursue massive muscle gains. His motivation and passion for weightlifting bring him in 1.8 million subscribers and its clear to see why!

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