Watch some movies give yourself an inspirational boost. Pick activities that you enjoy and look forward to so you can be motivated more often. Watching inspirational films will help keep your creative juices flowing. It’ll also give you the perseverance to see your vision through to the end.

So, here are the top 10 movies that will surely motivate you to continue.

  1. Fitness On Earth (2017)

The CrossFit Games are a challenging but worthwhile and rewarding event for many athletes. The event is a test of fitness and endurance, and it is open to all who qualify. Do you picture out yourself joining such competitions? Get curious and watch it now!

  1. I. Jane (1997)

The Navy decides to integrate women into its services, and one woman, Lieutenant Jordan O’Neil, is chosen to enter the grueling training program under John James Urgayle. Throughout the movie, O’Neil endures a lot of hardships but eventually wins Urgayle’s respect. This movie explores the difficulties these men and women go through and how they are very proud to do what they do for our country.

  1. Miracle (2004)

The movie is about a coach who assembles a team of college all-stars, and they go to show how, when given a chance, they became a team that was able to beat the USSR and win the Gold Medal.

  1. Pain & Gain (2013)

Though it was a struggle, Danny Lupo, his accomplices, and their kidnapping victim Kershaw eventually get their way. It’s about destroying the idea of the American Dream, the idea that if you work hard enough, you can make anything happen.

  1. Pumping Iron (1977)

A documentary that outlines the golden age of bodybuilding in the 1970s. It shows the power of this sport to build confidence in oneself and push people beyond their limits.

  1. Rocky (1976)

Rocky, a small-time boxer from working-class Philadelphia, is arbitrarily chosen to take on the reigning world heavyweight champion, Apollo Creed when the undefeated fighter’s scheduled opponent is injured.

  1. Spirit of the Marathon (2007)

Competitors who fall into the “elite” category train and compete in the Chicago Marathon. Who do you think is the winner?

  1. The Karate Kid (2010)

The movie follows the story of 12-year-old Dre Parker, who moves to China with his mother. He soon finds that he is the only Black student in his school and that the school bully, Cheng, is out to get him. He makes a friend in Mr. Han, a maintenance man, who teaches him life lessons and tells him to never give up.

  1. Warrior (2011)

The screenplay is written by Ed Brubaker, a comics writer, and former UFC champion. It is directed by Gavin O’Connor. This will give you a glimpse of MMA or boxing background – showing how the players overcome their hardships.

  1. YouThor: Ragnarok (2017)

Thor: Ragnarok is finally out, and it is a blast! Thor must now find a way back to Asgard and stop Hela, wreaking havoc in his absence. The action is packed, and Thor is a hero we will not soon forget.

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