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Top Motivation Tips to Speed Your Feet and Slow Your Mind

Gym woman working out drinking water smiling happy standing by moonwalker fitness machines. Beautiful fit young mixed race Caucasian / Chinese Asian female fitness model inside in fitness center.


Does the heat of summer have you feeling a little wilted? Want to pick up your pace, but need some real motivation? We’ve got it! Take a few minutes to check out these links from all around the web — some will make you think, others will inspire you to take action, and they’ll all get you pumped up to make this July your healthiest, fittest, happiest month yet.

What all beginners should know about yoga. Number 2 is so true. —Self 

Best. Race. Recap. Ever. Make sure you read all the way to the end. —Desert Grit 

Are you a force for harmony? Meditation can help you get there. —Chopra Centered Lifestyle 

We really want to go to there. —Soul Camp 

23 experts share how they overcome the exercise hump. (You might recognize a name or two.) —The Headlock 

“If I’m healthy and happy, what’s the number [on the scale] for?” Great question from a Vogue beauty editor! —Vogue

Way to go, Misty Copeland! —NY Times

Because we can’t get enough of the World Cup coverage right now … and we’re thinking maybe we should’ve watched it on Telemundo. —Screengrabber

Are you ready to find your fast? —Nike

Ready to speed up those legs and slow down that busy brain? —Kristen

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  1. Deanna Perkins says:

    Thank you for posting these amazing links!!! The three that stood out to me the most was the very first one, on yoga, the 23 experts article as well as the scale written by a beauty editor. I’ve been looking down on yoga for years…mainly because I feel a few different ways about it. 1) I think it would be boring, 2) I believed that it was only for people who ate vegan diets and did a ton of meditating and 3) It was INTIMIDATING due to all that stretching/flexibility. Now over the past 2 years I’ve thought longer about picking up yoga, but number 3 was the main thing holding me back. I’ve challenged myself to do at least 30 minutes of yoga per week, through a challenge at work, and that article really gave me the boost to feel more confident about my decision! 😀 Now I feel like I can start doing some yoga next week with a more open mind and an understanding that it’s a practice that I’ll keep working at.

  2. Cassie says:

    I loved the SELF article and the Vogue article as well! They were so refreshing and really helped me see beyond the surface!

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