In modern times, we are inspired to keep up with healthier lifestyles for ourselves. In celebration of 4th of July, we’ve created a quick list of three Americans using their influence to inspire and push us to pursue a healthier version of ourselves on a daily basis. Check it out below.
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Not only is Michelle Obama the First Lady, but many consider her to be the health and fitness guru of the United States of America. With initiatives such as “Let’s Move” to raise a healthier generation of kids, the #GimmeFive hashtag inviting us to join in on her fitness-oriented lifestyle, and fun integrative ways to appeal to younger generations, the First Lady knows how to spread the health.
Check her out: @MichelleObama on Instagram and Snapchat
Since 2012, Angelina has been the Goodwill Ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, where she advocates for humanitarian causes on the basis of her notability. Beyond her involvement in humanitarian causes across the globe, Angelina Jolie serves as a greater inspiration due to her difficult decision to undergo a double mastectomy after discovering that she is at high risk of developing breast cancer.
Through her tough times, Jolie proved that she is a strong woman who will not let her condition bring her down. She demonstrates the importance of preventive health and how to overcome difficulties.
Featured on Ted Talks and multiple articles, Arianna Huffington inspires us to strive for success, and better sleeping habits. “One of the immediate ways we can see the impact of sleep deprivation is by what happens to our mood.” Sparking the Sleep Revolution, Mrs. Huffington illustrated that Americans tend to indulge in their lack of sleep, ultimately affecting our health, our job performance, our relationships and our happiness.
Mrs. Huffington sets the standard for sleep for millions of people across the country, moving people everywhere to prioritize resting. Her bubbly personality and passion for sleep and its importance reminds us that sleep is not only for the weak, it is for all.
Who’s inspiring healthy living in your community? Let us know in the comments below!
Happy and healthy 4th of July!