Netflix is famous for its original production, both TV series and movies, but also for the vast collections of movies, TV series, and videos. However, another popular category on Netflix is consisting of workout videos or fitness-related films. Here we’ll show you the best motivational fitness videos on Netflix.
If you’re at home and you feel like not having enough motivation for training, there are some motivational fitness videos on Netflix that would most likely change your mood and prepare your mind for working out.
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Best Motivational Fitness Videos on Netflix
Pumping Iron (1977)
This 1977 documentary presents the struggle of Arnold Schwarzenegger, the famous Holywood star and former Governor for California, to win the sixth Mr. Olympia title. Pumping Iron is dubbed as a classic movie and is one of the best motivational fitness videos on Netflix. And it’s also funny, to some extent, to see Arnold exercising his ballet moves.
Usain Bolt: The Fastest Man Alive (2012)
We already know Usain Bolt, a multiple gold medal winner at the Olympics, nicknamed as “The fastest man alive.” In the 2012 biographic movie Usain Bolt: The Fastest Man Alive, we can learn more about how hard it has been for Usain Bolt to become an Olympic champion and one of the fastest runners in the whole world.
The movie also debates Bolt’s childhood when he was diagnosed with hyperactivity and his determination to become a great athlete.
SEC Storied: Lolo Jones (2012)
Lolo Jones is now known as an excellent Olympic hurdler with a charming life. However, she lived in poverty as a child and, in school, she resided in a church basement with her family. The movie shows her struggle to overcome her condition and become one of the best hurdlers in the world.
“It’s my job to hurdle over obstacles, but I’ve hurdled over so many life obstacles… it’s like sometimes bad things are going to happen to you in your life, or you may not have the great, ideal home situation to grow up in. Those things can make you stronger if you just learn how to get over them,” as Lolo Jones said, elegantly.