You get it done
What gets scheduled, gets done and that’s doubly true in the morning. There are fewer distractions (think: last-minute happy hour invitations, unexpected work crises) so you’re more likely to actually complete your workout if it’s early in the day. “The biggest benefit of a morning workout is that if you do it first, you have made it a priority.” says Mike Deibler MS, owner of San Diego Premier Training. “When it is done first, nothing can get in the way.” Deibler adds that we all have things pop up throughout the day and when we push our workouts off later and later, later eventually becomes tomorrow. Here’s how to trick yourself into become a morning person.
You’ll be happier
Start your day with a morning cardio workout and your endorphin boost will allow you to approach work, your relationships, and even your commute with a better attitude. Your sense of accomplishment from actually completing your morning exercise routine will give you a little more confidence to continue checking off your to-do list at the office and the additional energy will make you more present with your partner after work. Exercise is just one of many morning habits of naturally thin people.