5 Audiobooks That Inspire Your Fitness Goals
Music and movies aren't the only items that can occupy your mind and motivate your fitness goals. Audiobooks can distract you from the strain while telling intriguing stories of men and women who fight for what they want.
Download one of these audiobooks for your next long workout.
What I Talk About When I Talk About RunningBy Haruki Murakami 1 of 6
From running success to struggles, learn how Haruki Murakami overcomes disappointments and celebrates triumphs. Listening to Murakami's story will inspire you to push past whatever pain you experience and see the light at the end of the tunnel.
You Are an IronmanBy Jacques Steinberg 2 of 6
Ever wonder what it's like to train for an Ironman? Explore how six weekend warriors pursued their dream through bumpy terrain to finish one of the toughest triathlons ever.
This book will motivate you to run harder, lift stronger, and finish what you started.
Night FilmBy Marisha Pessl 3 of 6
Young Ashley Cordova is found dead in an abandoned warehouse in lower Manhattan. Though her death is ruled a suicide, veteran investigative journalist Scott McGrath suspects otherwise.
Night Film is an adrenaline pumper that will keep you on the edge of your seat through all the suspense and haunting plot twisters. After you listen to this, you'll have so much energy that you'll need to go hit the gym to release it.
The Maze RunnerBy James Dashner 4 of 6
Running is like an adventure, and this book will motivate you to seek a new challenge.
Thomas, a teenager, finds himself in a glade at the center of a giant labyrinth. With no memory of his previous life, he becomes part of a group and earns a promotion to Runner status—always trying to plan an escape route from the maze he's trapped in. With tons of twists and turns, this read will get your heart rate up and legs wanting to run.
The Life of PiBy Yann Martel 5 of 6
Facing his fears is what Pi, short for Piscine, has to do in order to survive. Raised in a zoo in India, his father decides to move his family to Canada and sell the animals to a great zoo in America.
The ship taking them across the Pacific Ocean sinks, leaving Pi the sole human survivor of the accident. With a hyena, an orangutan, a zebra with a broken leg and Bengal tiger called Richard Parker, Pi overcomes many difficulties, finding he is stronger than he once thought.