55+ Workout Quotes To Help You Work Passion

Workout Quotes

Workout generally refers to physical exercise or activity performed to improve or maintain physical fitness and overall health. It involves engaging in various types of exercises, such as cardio exercises, strength training, flexibility exercises, and sometimes a combination of different activities.

The primary purpose of working out is to enhance cardiovascular health, build strength, increase endurance, improve flexibility, manage weight, and promote overall well-being. It can be done at home, in a gym, outdoors, or in any suitable location using a variety of equipment or even just bodyweight exercises.

Workouts can be tailored to suit individual fitness goals and preferences. Some common workout routines include running, cycling, swimming, weightlifting, yoga, Pilates, HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training), and aerobics. The intensity and duration of a workout can vary depending on the individual’s fitness level, goals, and available time.

Regular workouts have numerous benefits, including increased energy levels, improved mood, and mental health, enhanced physical performance, reduced risk of chronic diseases, and better overall quality of life. It is recommended to consult with a healthcare professional or a certified fitness trainer before starting any new workout regimen to ensure safety and effectiveness.

Workout Quotes

1. “A cardio workout increases blood flow and acts as a filter system. It brings nutrients like oxygen, protein, and iron to the muscles that you’ve been training and helps them recover faster.”
— Harley Pasternak

2. “Even if you don’t have time for a big workout, stretching in the morning and night really changes your body.”
— Erin Heatherton

3. “I train heavy and hard every workout. That’s the only way I knew. I know it was the key to my success.”
— Ronnie Coleman

4. “Every fighter has their own type of cardio workout they like to do.”
— Jermall Charlo

5. “I always say fitness is the first step to greatness. And I try to encourage my fans to be on the same page as that. Because fitness is the first step to setting a habit that you necessarily don’t want to do but are still committed to doing every single day. And so I think that’s why I always, always try to get a workout in.”
— Jake Paul

6. “Each person’s workout is really different. It’s tailored to be what’s most needed for them. Everybody’s different.”
— Jayson Tatum

7. “Just do some kind of workout. Doesn’t matter if it’s going for a walk around the block, going for a jog, doing some calisthenics, lifting weights, going to a pool, and swimming – you name it. But do something that gets your blood flowing and gets your mind in the game.”
— Jocko Willink

8. “I have a punishing workout regimen. Every day I do 3 minutes on a treadmill, then I lie down, drink a glass of vodka and smoke a cigarette.”
— Anthony Hopkins

9. “The biggest way I stay motivated is to run with a group of friends. Sometimes it’s hard to get going by yourself, but if you have a plan and a meeting time, you know this run will happen for sure. It’s a way to have fun – while also getting in a workout. Plus it distracts from pain, helps you fight fatigue, and gives you that extra push.”
— Allyson Felix

10. “Anything that’s slightly dangerous and gets the heart rate going is my kind of workout.”
— Ellen Hollman

11. “My workout was running down fly balls, stealing a base, or running for my life on the football field.”
— Bo Jackson

12. “The Gunnar Challenge offers new workouts every day, a meal plan and daily ‘verbal vitamins,’ which are a motivational video or workout tip. The thing that really makes the program work is the forum, where Challengers can communicate with each other and with me.”
— Gunnar Peterson

13. “Dancing – however you do it, even if it’s in your living room – is a great workout.”
— Ciara

14. “To be honest, for me, my main workout is when I’m on stage. Even though I make pop music, I don’t think I perform in the classic ‘pop star’ sort of way. I’m very active on stage; I always end up dripping in sweat afterwards. It’s always like a full-on, wild performance, so that’s pretty much like my exercise, I would say.”
— Charli XCX

15. “I thought I knew how to work out before I immersed myself into boxing. I now know what an extreme workout really is.”
— Edgar Ramirez

16. “I feel the most confident when I’m comfortable in workout clothes with my hair up in a ponytail.”
— Alex Morgan

17. “When I trained for ‘Creed,’ I had about a year in advance to know what I was doing before. So I lived like a fighter, you know? I went through the workout routine, the diet, training with real boxers, training with real trainers, did the whole thing.”
— Michael B. Jordan

18. “Jiu Jitsu is a great workout both mentally and physically. You want to be strong for it and flexible for it.”
— Jocko Willink

19. “Just being an ape is a workout.”
— Andy Serkis

20. “Try training on an empty stomach, if it is just this kind of resistance training workout, so that your body fat is sacrificed as a fuel source. Then, immediately post-workout, make sure you take in all three of your macronutrients.”
— Gunnar Peterson

21. “I love anything that involves the ocean. Swimming, snorkelling, or surfing are all fun, which distracts from your mind that you are actually doing a workout. Being outdoors in the sun and the salt water is great for freeing your mind and feeling alive.”
— Samantha Stosur

22. “If you eliminate the junk food, you don’t really run the risk of gaining weight if you’ve got a good workout routine.”
— Joe Bastianich

23. “For me, if I stay on the couch all day – or even one day – I’ll be more tired doing that than going out and giving my body a workout.”
— Ichiro Suzuki

24. “I do a one-hour workout called Drenched, a cardio-boxing fitness routine, Monday through Friday. There are usually between twenty-five and fifty people there – everyone from stay-at-home moms and professional martial artists to teenagers and seniors. They play great dance music. When I can, I take two classes back-to-back.”
— Carrie Ann Inaba

25. “Truthfully, this is how I approach my workout: I want to be the best athlete I can possibly be. If I can outperform some of the better athletes then I’m happy. When I look at the NFL or the NBA, these guys look how I want to look – it’s useable, functional muscle.”
— Channing Tatum

26. “If you’re not a workout person, go there 75 percent fast asleep. Anybody who has ever been in one of my workout classes knows I’m there practically in my pajamas!”
— Hannah Simone

27. “Why do you want to get a good workout early in the morning? Well, because it sends more oxygen to your brain; it releases endorphins. It puts you in a state of mind where you can crush things, which is where you want to be.”
— Jocko Willink

28. “I love playing tennis. To me, this is not a workout, but a fun extracurricular activity I do with friends so it doesn’t feel like I’m working out.”
— Ana de la Reguera

29. “Boxing gives you such a good workout, although I’ve stopped sparring. When your hand speed goes, you’re going to get caught, and you can’t afford to take cumulative smacks on the chops when you’re a writer.”
— Irvine Welsh

30. “So many people are insanely busy nowadays, and it’s easy to say, ‘Ah, I’ll workout tomorrow.’ But you have to set aside a time and stick to that schedule.”
— Derek Jeter

31. “Every day, I get up to hit the gym; the schedule is such that it gives me the requisite energy to last the entire day. I stress on cardiovascular exercises, and the workout is programmed with my sporting schedule. Most of the fitness schedule is based on what I require for my upcoming matches.”
— Gautam Gambhir

32. “The best feeling in the world is a hard workout, a shower, and a protein shake.”
— Mirko Cro Cop

33. “Hydration is everything. Think of this: your muscles are 70-plus percent water – how are you not drinking water during a workout? I get the whole, ‘Let’s challenge ourselves; let’s do that prison, tough guy thing,’ but at the end of the day, you’re underperforming.”
— Gunnar Peterson

34. “Nothing lifts me out of a bad mood better than a hard workout on my treadmill. It never fails. Exercise is nothing short of a miracle.”
— Cher

35. “Running through airports with pounds of luggage – that’s a good workout.”
— Rachel McAdams

36. “You spend so much time in your head in life. And what yoga does is, it asks you to allow your head to be quiet, to allow it to be still, just for an hour and a half. Just deal with your body and your breath. And it’s a great workout. I love it.”
— Colin Farrell

37. “I don’t believe in having a separate workout for quarterbacks. Other players hate that.”
— Peyton Manning

38. “Eat healthy and do not forget to workout, this is going to build your immunity.”
— Daisy Shah

39. “It’s very important to have the right clothing to exercise in. If you throw on an old T-shirt or sweats, it’s not inspiring for your workout.”
— Cheryl Tiegs

40. “I was a good baseball player. I still play a couple of times a week as part of my daily workout. Just throwing the ball, running around, fielding ground balls, you know. It’s better to me than being on a treadmill or some sort of Zumba class.”
— Billy Crystal

41. “I do a lot of planks. I feel like the plank is the most underrated core workout; that’s one of my go-to moves.”
— Aaron Judge

42. “After a workout, I have a protein drink and always keep a protein bar in my bag.”
— Izabel Goulart

43. “I like to do a mix for my workout because I find that when you do the same workout, you get bored of the gym, and also, it’s great to shock your body.”
— Shanina Shaik

44. “In our game, it’s your vanity that keeps you in shape. I’ve got a little gym set up, and I ride a single-speed bike up the hills behind my house. Lately, I’ve been kind of a slacker. Usually, it’s a film role that makes me start getting in shape. Between roles, I try to do a little maintenance, but I’m not a workout fanatic at all.”
— Bill Paxton

45. “In the morning after my workout, I eat egg whites, very little toasted bread, cheese, and tomatoes.”
— Salt Bae

46. “I hate morning workouts; I’m a night person more. But it’s good to work out in the mornings because then you can have all day free.”
— Irina Shayk

47. “I do a dance-based cardio workout infused with circuit training, and emphasizing strength and alignment.
— Chloe Sevigny

48. “I like to hit the gym early in the morning. I feel better throughout the day when I get in a workout first thing in the morning.”
— Derek Jeter

49. “I love to sweat, so I’ll do any workout class.”
— Toni Garrn

50. “A workout is supposed to make you stronger and better. To work out and have it make you hurt more, get more discouraged. That’ll put your mind in a bad place.”
— Al Iaquinta

51. “I get up in the morning and do a seven-minute yoga workout. I know the most likely time I’m going to do something is when I first get up, and I make it short because, like you, I don’t really want to do that first thing in the morning.”
— Mehmet Oz

52. “Breakfast, for me, is usually some sort of omelet with some meat and veggies and potatoes and some good coffee. Then I’ll usually do that into a workout, and I’ll follow my workout with a shake, which is mostly protein and a little carb.”
— Seth Rollins

53. “Since self-control is vital to reaching long-term goals, befriending people with willpower could be the secret to success. Whether you’re tempted to skip that workout at the gym, or you’re considering blowing this month’s budget, spending time with a disciplined friend could boost your motivation to maintain healthy habits.”
— Amy Morin

54. “I try to squeeze in a workout whenever I can, even if it’s doing squats with my 7-month-old in the kitchen or jumping on the trampoline with my 5-year-old.”
— Jennie Finch

55. “It’s difficult to maintain the six-pack abs. They demand a specific workout and diet plan. Even professional bodybuilders sport six-pack abs on and off.”
— Allu Arjun

56. “Jumping on the trampoline for even half an hour is a really good workout. You get really tired. The next day, you’re feeling it. And you really have to use your core. If you don’t, your lower back hurts the next day.”
— Gretchen Bleiler

57. “My workout regimen at the moment is nonexistent. I wake up in the morning and brush my teeth. My toothbrush and deodorant are my only dumbbells. That’s about it.”
— Josh Bowman

58. “It is very important to me to maintain a consistent workout regimen during the season. The Bulls staff does a great job with providing me with a weekly workout, and these kept me energized throughout my rookie season. In the off-season, I try to increase my strength and add new dimensions to my game.”
— Derrick Rose

59. “Hiking is the best workout!… You can hike for three hours and not even realize you’re working out. And, hiking alone lets me have some time to myself.”
— Jamie Luner