Everybody wants to be fit and live a healthy life, but how many of us are actually able to drag ourselves out of the bed every morning and sweat it out?
Studies suggest that morning exercisers are more likely to stick to their routine and reach their goals.
Our brain is very fresh in the morning and is primed to build new habits, getting natural light early in the day helps you boost your mood, increases brainpower and lose weight.
Here are a few tips that would help you get out of the bed and work hard for that body you desire.
Go to bed 30-45 minutes earlier so that you don’t disturb your normal sleep cycle. This would ensure that the workout done in the morning doesn’t come at the cost of your adequate rest.
Whether it is your workout clothes, your shoes, jump rope or bands, make sure everything is ready before you go to bed at night so that you don’t struggle the next morning.
You’re more likely to get out of bed and start your workout if you enjoy your workout regime. Whether it's brisk walking, jogging, yoga, cycling or cardio, begin with an exercise you enjoy so that you will stick to your routine regularly.
One of the biggest mistakes people make while trying to begin a workout regime is that they get very ambitious and set unrealistic goals.
The enthusiasm, in the beginning, is commendable but it dooms gradually. It is important to start small and then gradually build up.
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