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These celebs inspired people to push past their limits: poll

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Six in 10 (59%) Americans credit a celeb with helping them push through a limit of their lives, recent research suggests.

A recent poll of two,000 US adults over the age of 30 found people have pushed on through a tricky time personally (44%), taken on a challenge they didn’t think they may do (44%) and improved their physical health and nutrition (41%) because of a celeb role model.

Sixty-nine percent said they’re more more likely to respond positively to celebrities in the event that they know they’re scuffling with an analogous issue.

Oprah Winfrey, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Bear Grylls, Rebel Wilson and Tyler Perry are among the many role models who’ve inspired people to push past limitations akin to fear and self-doubt. 

Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of cell health brand MitoQ, the survey also found people’s biggest barriers to success are lack of energy (44%), time (39%) and willpower (38%).

Celebrity role modelsSixty-nine percent said they’re more more likely to respond positively to celebrities in the event that they know they’re scuffling with an analogous issue.MitoQ / SWNS / OnePoll

Nearly six in 10 (59%) said they “all the time” or “often” experience low energy and 49% lack stamina with the identical frequency.

If there have been no limits of their lives, 43% said they might turn out to be an entrepreneur, more so than a visible or performing artist (28%) or a lawyer (27%). Other goals included being “a drug counselor,” “animal rescuer,” “crime scene investigator,” “veterinarian,” and easily “ mom.”

Sixty-nine percent said they’re more likely to respond positively to celebrities if they know they’re struggling with a similar issue.
Six in 10 Americans credit a celeb with helping them push through a limit of their lives.MitoQ / SWNS / OnePoll

People also shared life goals inspired by public figures, akin to “being a chef like Gordon Ramsay,” “painting like Georgia O’Keeffe,” “acting like Leonardo DiCaprio, “inventing and constructing like Nikola Tesla,” and “being helpful like Mother Teresa.”

Nevertheless, respondents’ most relatable role models aren’t removed from home — 52% pointed to folks and immediate family, more so than an in depth friend (44%) or favorite celebrity (41%). 

Over half (51%) said that their role model communicating in a conversational, easy-to-understand manner is vital to relatability, while lower than a 3rd deemed it crucial for a job model to be the identical age/generation or gender (34% each) as themselves.

Six in 10 (59%) Americans credit a celebrity with helping them push through a limit in their livesNevertheless, respondents’ most relatable role models aren’t removed from home — 52% pointed to folks and immediate family, more so than an in depth friend (44%) or favorite celebrity (41%). MitoQ / SWNS / OnePoll

No matter their role model of alternative, people’s heroes have inspired them to remain optimistic in difficult times (35%) and do things to assist others (34%).

Celebrity fitness trainer and MitoQ ambassador Gunnar Peterson knows loads about inspiring people to push through, has worked with Hollywood A-listers and was a strength coach with a championship-winning NBA franchise.

“Nobody can do it alone, having good support is significant. I get mine from my family, but additionally from the within as well,” he said. “I can’t afford to be limited by low energy or slowing down, and once I knew that almost all of the body’s energy comes from deep inside cells, I looked for methods to enhance that.”

The Kardashians made the list in the ninth spot.The Kardashians made the list within the ninth spot.Kevin Mazur

To push past limits and achieve their goals, many respondents said they need that they had more support, particularly in the shape of health products (37%), advice from their close circles (36%), and a fitness/nutrition coach (36%). 

Greater than half (55%) of the people on this survey said they’re not accustomed to cell health. “I feel they’re missing a straightforward fix,” Peterson responded. “If you happen to can discover a cell health product that’s been bioengineered to get deep into cells and boost your body’s day by day energy, focus and endurance levels, then that’s taking away some significant limits on what you possibly can achieve along with your life, and why wouldn’t you try this?” 

Tupac took the No. 14 spot on the list. Tupac took the No. 14 spot on the list. Getty Images

Oprah Winfrey at the premiere of Oprah Winfrey is the highest role model on the list.Variety via Getty Images

CELEBRITIES WHO INSPIRED PEOPLE TO PUSH PAST LIMITS

  1. Oprah Winfrey
  2. Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson
  3. Ronaldo
  4. Beyoncé
  5. Tyler Perry
  6. Rebel Wilson
  7. Jennifer Lopez
  8. Stone Cold Steve Austin
  9. The Kardashians
  10. Bear Grylls
  11. Richard Simmons
  12. Jamie Foxx
  13. Bethany Hamilton
  14. 2PAC
  15. Selma Blair
  16. Steve Harvey

WHAT PEOPLE WOULD DO IF THERE WERE NO LIMITS

  1. “Be a baseball player like Yordan Álvarez”
  2. “Act like Leonardo DiCaprio”
  3. “Travel to natural settings like David Attenborough”
  4. “Be an expert musician”
  5. “Be a psychologist”
  6. “Be a chef like Gordon Ramsay” 
  7. “Paint like Georgia O’Keeffe” 
  8. “Invent and construct like Nikola Tesla” 
  9. “Be helpful like Mother Teresa”
  10. “Be autonomous in Alaska”
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