Are you in need of some UPLIFTing motivational reads? Here are 5 motivational books to help you improve habits, confidence, courage, and more! These inspiring authors have gone out of their way to share some of life’s best lessons to improve our motivation and better our personal lives. Be sure to add these 5 books to your reading list!
By James Clear
Are you looking to replace your bad habits with good ones? This book is perfect when looking for a solution for a gym routine or workout program that doesn’t usually stick. James Clear teaches easy ways to break negative habits and exchange them with positive, good habits. He provides ways to find success in any aspect of life, including fitness, stress, work, and more!
Relentless: From Good to Great to Unstoppable
By Tim S. Grover, Shari Wenk
If you are looking to be “unstoppable” mentally and physically, this book is for you! Tim S. Grover, a trainer for Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant, and other amazing athletes and competitors, shares his secret to success when it comes to toughness and achieving your greatest desires.
The 5 Second Rule
By Mel Robbins
In The 5 Second Rule, Mel Robbins explains how a “push moment” can be so powerful when building confidence, throwing out procrastination, beating fear, and more. Getting to the gym can often be uncomfortable, but after reading this book, we will be able to push ourselves out of our comfort zone and make fitness a priority. Be sure to add this book to your reading list!
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People
By Stephen R. Covey
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has been inspiring people of all ages for 25+ years. Stephen R. Covey explains 7 different habits that can better improve your ability to create changes and sustain purpose.
By Brene Brown
In the book Daring Greatly by Brene Brown, we learn how to change the negative reputation of vulnerability into positive thinking that allows us to find meaning and courage in our everyday lives. This book is perfect for finding courage and motivation in your fitness journey. Brene Brown teaches us to be comfortable with being uncomfortable, which can help us build confidence inside and outside the gym. We can learn to show up and work out regardless of our comfortability. You will be sure to see vulnerability from a new perspective after finishing this amazing read.
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