Michelle Obama showed off her inspirational side after she shared her go-to songs for her workout sessions.
The New Year is barely two months in, but Michelle Obama showed that she isn't letting that stop her from getting her body goals.
Former first lady Michelle Obama speaks to guests at the Obama Foundation Summit at Illinois Institute of Technology | Photo: Getty Images
"It's about that time when New Year's resolutions get a bit harder to stick to. To offer a little inspiration, I want to share my go-to #WorkoutPlaylist with you. These songs always seem to give me that extra boost to get through my toughest workouts. What's on your playlist?"
The Hollywood Reporter revealed that the mother-of-two had included top songs like Lizzo's "Soulmate," Cardi B.'s "Press," and Beyoncé's "Before I Let Go."
Other songs on the list were Ed Sheeran's "Cross Me," Bruno Mars' "Perm," the clean version of late Nipsey Hussle's "Hussle & Motivate," Childish Gambino's "3005," and Koffee's "Toast."
The 56-year-old author and her husband, Barack Obama, have become known for occasionally sharing what songs are on their favorites list.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama and former President Barack Obama are seen after their portraits were unveiled at the Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery | Photo: Getty Images
People recalled that Barack had shared a list of his top music picks of the year as 2019 drew to a close.
The 58-year-old had included a variety of artists and music genres that saw Beyonce and Lil Nas X, indie rock artists Big Thief and Sharon Van Etten on his list.
The list also featured DaBaby's "Suge," as well as tracks from Ocean, Alicia Keys, Burna Boy, Rema, and Maggie Rogers.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama is seen in walking tribeca | Photo: Getty Images
Upon the release of Michelle's list, Time mentioned that the author has continued to speak openly about her efforts to work out more.
In light of that, the entrepreneur would often share images of herself at the gym.
Michelle also began the "Let's Move" campaign – a movement that encouraged physical activity and healthy eating to fight childhood obesity.
Former First Lady Michelle Obama attends 'Becoming: An Intimate Conversation with Michelle Obama' at State Farm Arena | Photo: Getty Images
The musical powerhouse is no stranger to the Obama family as it will be recalled that she sang the American anthem at Barack's presidential inauguration in 2013.