How to Make Working Out in The Morning Less of a Total Drag
Listen, we get it: Working out first thing in the morning can be hard. Of course, you’re sacrificing your sleep. And the weather might not be the most conducive to you sweating — it can be dark and cold, and sunshine makes moving your muscles a lot easier. But guess what? If you work out in the morning, you’re doing a whole lot of good for yourself and not just in the hours before dawn. Your pre-day workout helps you all day long, enabling you to be more productive at work and sleep better at night. You also might find yourself eating a lot better, too. Plus, a morning workout lets you think differently about your day; think about starting off knowing that you’ve already accomplished something good for you?
But knowing all that great stuff and figuring out how to do it are two different things.
Here are some awesome ways to get that morning workout into your routine: