Top 3 Inspiring Anime That'll Motivate YouAnime Is Luv :
Anyone who watches anime knows that it is capable of inspiring viewers to make life improving changes. For those who do not watch anime, this is something you'll quickly come to understand. We've carefully selected what we believe are the top 3 most inspiring animes to motivate you. Whether you need motivation to work out, study, or even become a better person, our top 3 won't disappoint.
1. Naruto Shippuden
Naruto Shippuden follows Naruto on his journey to become Hokage, the next leader of his people. Training since childhood and into his teenage years, Naruto becomes an enormously powerful Shinobi (Ninja), capable of head-to-head battle with Shinobi legends. Along Naruto’s journey, he makes many friends and saves the lives of many as well.
Why It'll Motivate You:
It is made clear from the start, that Naruto never loses hope. After losing his parents at birth, and being outcasted by his entire village, Naruto never loses hope in making friends and protecting his people. In the direst of situations, Naruto never once feeds into negativity, and instead focuses on whatever hope and positive is available.
The series shows that if you work hard and focus on your goals, you can attain them. This is seen through many characters such as Rock Lee and Naruto. Rock Lee was born with zero talent, unable to perform Ninjutsu or Genjutsu, only able to perform Taijutsu (hand to hand combat). Whereas all other Shinobi could perform all types of Jutsu. This put Rock Lee at a massive disadvantage, and he was told that he could never become a Shinobi. Nonetheless, Rock Lee persevered harder then ever, training his Taijutsu skills past the bodies limit. At times Rock Lee would train until he could physically no longer move his body. Viewers watch Rock Lee’s slow and steady progression, and in turn for rooting for him, find themselves rooting for their own dreams.
Naruto Shippuden is the sequel series to Naruto. Naruto follows Naruto while a young child, and Naruto Shippuden follows Naruto as a teenager. It’s recommended to watch Naruto before Naruto Shippuden, as there is important character development and background information.
2. Demon Slayer
After Tanjiro returns home, he finds his entire family teared to bits by demons. Nezuko, his oldest sister, the only survivor of the attack had been turned into a demon. Driven by the need to avenge his family, he sets out with his sister to become a Demon Slayer. Along the way, Tanjiro and Nezuko meet two boys, Zentisu and Inosuke, who become close friends and support each other fighting demons.
Why it'll motivate you:
Although morbid, Demon Slayer shows you that when you are stripped of everything you love, such as family, it is possible to keep persevering. Even more so, it displays it is still possible to live a happy and fulfilling life.
Further so, Tanjiro’s loss of his family also motivates viewers to maintain and appreciate their own families. Viewers reporting that they made a greater effort to spend quality time and bond with members of their family more.
Viewers also get to see the bond between brother and sister, as Tanjiro and Nezuko fight tooth and nail for each other. This further inspires viewers to value family more and motivate themselves to be a better brother or sister.
3. Attack On Titan
In a world where the last of humanity lives behind three gigantic walls, protected form man-eating Titans, Eren Yeager and his friends are plunged into a world of pain when tragedy occurs. Eren vows to annihilate every last titan, and with his friends, becomes a member the Scouts Regiment (an elite group of Titan killers).
Why it'll motivate you:
To put it simply, in a world where humanities last hope lies in a small group of people, the Scout Regiment, it’s nothing short of inspiring to watch their efforts unfold. Small in number, the Scout Regiment makes up for it by their discipline and fighting skill. There is no room for error when the Scout engages in battle, one mistake costing potentially the lives of valuable Scouts. Eren quickly learns this, and trains along side his best friends, Mikasa and Armin. Viewers learn the value of discipline and trust, and strive for the same values in their own life.