2015 JULY MAILOne of the advantages of working out in the morning is that you’re more alert during those later hours. If you’ve already completed your workout, you can simply roll with whatever obstacles come up later in the evening without feeling bad that you missed another day. You’re far more likely to be consistent with your training if you get it done early in the day rather than waiting for later.

You’re probably familiar with the notion that some workouts release endorphins, feel-good hormones that are increased following exercise of sufficient intensity and duration.  But you don’t have to do hours of cardio to feel good about yourself, just go.. get up early and workout hard for 30 minutes of cardio + 45 minutes of weights … and workout with intensity and trying to get goals against the clock, that means if today you can finish your weights in 45 minutes and you did your cardio in 30 minutes. Tomorrow try to finish the same 45 minutes (weights routine) in 40 minutes and go an extra mile on the cardio machine you like.

“Really if you can do it, you will see changes because that will increase your metabolism and you will find your own maximum level”.

If you don’t train regularly in the morning, maybe will be a little hard  but you can make larger improvements in exercise performance if you make morning training regular; that is, you do it consistently. So if you’re new to morning training, be patient but consistent with your a.m. workouts

I remember it took me a few weeks to totally adjust to working out in the morning, but it is 100% worth it! Empty gym, don’t have to wait for any benches or machines, wouldn’t change it for anything.

I have to be honest; I am so good going to bed so late and so bad trying to move my body in the morning but we have to do what we have to do,  if we want to get what we want to get…. it’s hard yes…. but it’s also so fun 🙂