Despite the importance of moving the body, many people decide to spend their afternoons watching TV and do nothing but sleep. My opinion of this, plus the incorrect nutritional regimens I feel many people have, are the main reasons for obesity, not only in the US but also in the rest of the world. If you are one of those people who prefer stay at home and watch Movies, this article is for you. Here you will find some of the most motivational movies that will make you move to a healthier way of life.


The first movie of the Italian Stallion was released in 1976 and since that moment it has been one of the most iconic characters of the actor, Sylvester Stallone.

Rocky Balboa is a synonym of motivation and dedication, even their soundtracks have been used for that purpose or how many of you have not listened ‘eye of the tiger’ during a training session? During their six movies, Rocky has fought and overcome not only many rivals, but difficulties, which most of us have to face at least once in our lives. For these and more reasons, the movies of Rocky Balboa are a good option for pushing you to go out and do something positive for yourself.

'Never Back Down'

Although the script could be considered simple, the catching elements are the Martial Arts and the training scenes of the main character, Jake Tyler. If you are the kind of angry guy who doesn’t know how to canalize all that energy, this movie can be a good start for considering a sport as an alternative to being happier and healthy.


Yury Boyka is a fearless guy that considers himself as the completest fighter in the world. In all these movies you will find an excellent story, along with martial arts and brutal combats. The relentless power of the will of Boyka for proving his value as a fighter, even when all looked dark and gloomy, surely will touch you and your laziness.


Family, rage, and blood are just some of the elements that make of this movie a good option to spend an afternoon at home and inspire yourself to greater things. In this movie, you will learn that never is too late to start and fight for your dreams and the people you love. The main idea here is that your desires should be higher than your fears and insecurities.


It isn't about how many times you fall down, but how many times you stand up and keep fighting for yourself and the people who count on you. That is a lesson you probably will learn watching the movie of Billy Hope, a professional boxer whose life changed drastically with the death of his wife. If Billy could overcome and recover his life, what will stop you to move and being the best version of yourself?