Sometimes you feel insecure. Sometimes you break down and cry. But it’s so important in life to get up and make a difference. There are no extra people on this planet. Everyone is here to follow a definite purpose. It is very important in life to have a dream and word hard to achieve it. We need motivation on a regular basis to pump up Serotonin and Endorphins in our body. Music can surely do that in a very positive way. Here is our list of the Top ten most motivational and inspirational songs during fitness workouts.
10. “I can” – Nas
‘I can’ is one of the most positive songs made by the legendary rap artist, Nas. This is also Nas’s highest charting single. The song depicts a bunch of children singing the chorus and Nas rapping thereafter. This song never gets old. It should be present on everyone’s play-list.
9. “Nothing else matters”- Metallica
This song is an utter delight to listen to. One of the most mind-soothing tracks made by Metallica, “Nothing else matters” was released in 1992. The Mettalica singer and guitarist, James Hetfield wrote this song while talking to his then girlfriend on the phone. It was released in 1992 as the third-single from the album Mettalica. Powerful lyrics and an amazing guitar work makes this song absolutely peerless.
8. “It’s my life”- Bon Jovi
This song tells you to live life at its fullest. Life is limited. So until we leave, we should try to live in a great way and make a difference. This song illustrates faith and trust in God. This song also signifies hope and passion. “It’s My Life” is a true classic for its powerful lyrics and and music. A masterpiece by the legendary band, Bon Jovi!
7. “In the end” – Linkin park
A great mix of rap and rock. The rap portion of Mike Shinoka sounds uber cool and the chorus is very catchy. This song will pump you up no matter how you’re feeling. Linkin park is known for its uplifting songs and this one is certainly the best one they’ve ever made.
6. “Forever young”- Jay Z
Forever young is one of the most inspirational songs ever sung by Jay Z. It has a invigorating chorus and the verses from Jay Z are just amazing. Jay Z raps about living life to its fullest and creating a legacy. This is a must listen song for all the music lovers. Its utter heaven!
5. “Run”- Snow Patrol
Gary Lightbody apparently wrote ‘Run’ after going on a massive bender and falling down some stairs. “The words ‘Light up, light up’ gave this sense of a beacon. There had to be a light at the end of a tunnel,” he said.
4. “Skyscraper”- Demi Lovato
“Go on and try to tear me down. I will be rising from the ground”. If you are seeing obstacles blocking you, you can circumvent them and build back up. Life has its ups and downs and it’s up to you to build strong foundations so that you can continually build your own skyscrapers.
3. “I Don’t Get Tired” by Kevin Gates
The reason this song inspires me is because it talks about never giving up no matter how hard things are or how many times you fail.
2. “Run This World” By Beyonce
One can pick any number of songs from Beyonce’s discography to use for a workout, but we’ve opted for ‘Run the World (Girls)’ for that extra push you’ll need. Off of the album ‘4,’ ‘Run the World (Girls)’ is hard to categorize into any one genre. A fusion of pop, R&B, hip-hop and dancehall, the track is known for Queen Bee’s theme of “girl power” and repeats the phrase, “Who run the world? Girls!” over and over.
1. “Heal the World” by Michael Jackson
The King of Pop used his ultimate status to bring our attention to the needs of its lesser-known citizens. In this smooth, inspiring song, he encourages all of us to do our part to make the world a better place, by taking care of its resources and its citizens.
About Alex Noudelman
Alex Noudelman is an educator, coach and Digital Marketing Manager with over 5 years of experience. Alex enjoys and strives to motivate others to better themselves professionally and on a personal note. Feel free to contact him if you have any questions or would like a specific topic covered.