6 Podcasts to Listen to During Your Workout

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No matter how much you love working out, it can get monotonous from time to time. While music can break up the humdrum that threatens to throw you off your fitness goals, these six podcasts may actually inspire you to go the extra mile!

On Air with Ella

This podcast is all about giving real advice about how to keep your body looking good. It can give you the tips you need to eat better, feel better, and live better. Plus, Ella is just about as sweet as a person can get. 

The Tim Ferriss Show 

This author and public figure is all about making you more efficient. If you want to do more with limited resources, you'll be motivated by Tim's helpful, down-to-earth advice about work, health and love. 

The Chalene Show 

Being upbeat can be a challenge, but it's less so when you have the right voice in your ear. Let her enthusiasm for life rub off on you during your next exercise session. 

Ask a Clean Person 

Self-improvement comes in a number of different forms, and making your space clean is as important as keeping your body nourished. Get better advice about how to keep yourself organized. 

The Daily Boost 

Listen to this podcast right at the start of the workout. As the name suggests, it's just a little boost to your day in the form of a short episode about keeping yourself from succumbing to laziness. 

School of Greatness 

This is an interview podcast about how the subjects went from failure to success. These tales of ingenuity that came from failure can make practically anyone want to get up off the couch. 

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