Looking at how well others do is a great way to give us our own motivation to succeed. Instagram has become a haven of motivational people and images , that we can follow, take advice and inspire to be. Listed below are 4 great motivational INstagram users for you to check out.
@Fitgirlfuel – This girl has the best of both worlds, she is incredibly fit and slender, while also getting to enjoy any food she wants without consequence (everyone’s dream). No she does not have some type of super power, well, except motivation, but that can be learned.
If you follow fitgirlfuel you will be seeing lots of motivational snaps of her in the gym, her progress, and also the many delicious homemade alternative healthy foods she makes herself each day. It is the perfect exercise and dieting motivation account in one!
@yoga_girl – Are you one of those people that despises the gym, but still wants to get healthy? Then we think Yoga_Girl is the account for you to find some motivation. The account is managed by Rachel Brathen, a yoga instructor who travels all around the world taking snaps of different yoga poses in different places.
If you have any questions about yoga practices, Rachel will gladly assist you where she can. Her pictures will make you wonder why you don’t just throw it all in and travel the world, while also giving you the inspiration to become fit and flexible trough the ancient art of yoga.
@CleanEatz – This is actually a double account, managed by 2 normal girls who love working out and eating healthy. They are trying to motivate others to do the same. Their Photos range from deliciously healthy snacks to motivational quotes as well as interesting and intriguing facts about healthy food.
They also do shout outs for other motivational accounts and users who are making their own healthy transformations, so we can watch them transform too.
@ashruns100 – Follow ashruns as she trains in beautiful locations and surroundings for 100 mile races. Yes I know 100 mile races sounds shocking, and they are. While this level of extreme fitness is not suitable for everyone, it will at least give us motivation to pump out a few miles of running next time we go out?