My Motivational Shrine

By Laura Moncur @ 10:00 am — Filed under:

The other day, I printed up all the little motivational posters that I have found all over the web and put them on a foam board. I then put it up on the wall right in front of the treadmill, so when I’m running, I can read them.

Here’s a picture of it. Click it to see full-size:

Motivational Poster from Starling Fitness

It really helps me when I’m doing intervals and running. Sometimes that short run seems like an eternity, but being able to look up at that poster and be told to keep going, not to quit, and to shoot for the stars really helps me get through it. Sometimes I just let my eyes wander over the pictures, sometimes I read the words over and over in my head and other times I systematically read EVERY word to myself to keep from obsessing on the time and my legs.

I’m considering making a slideshow of these same images on my phone so if I’m exercising at the gym instead of at home, I can refer to my phone and let it feed me inspiration at ten second intervals.

What do you do to keep inspired and running? I would love some ideas because sometimes it’s hard to get through my short running intervals.


2 Responses to “My Motivational Shrine”

  1. Dina Says:

    I like how you put yourself in the center. =)

  2. Laura Moncur Says:


    It’s so good to see you here! You have been doing so well on Lose It! I am so proud of all your workouts!

    You’re right, that IS a picture of me at my thinnest. It says, “You know why you’re here, it’s for you!” That phrase helps keep me on the treadmill. I am going to get back to that fitness level and beyond!

    Thanks for dropping by!

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