If you set your alarm an hour earlier than usual determined to become the elusive morning person you’ve yet to become this article may help you. You know the type of person I’m talking about, the type of person who seems to have their life together by 9am. How often do you actually wake up that hour earlier to get to the gym just as motivated as you were the night before? If you are like me, the answer is not often.
However there is reason to strive to become that morning person that rises with the sun. Research shows those who wear it proudly are happier, more reliable, and emotionally stable. Not to mention morning work outs have been linked to more fat burn, reduced unnecessary calorie consumption and lower diabetes risk.
It’s not an overnight transformation, and it can take a while to teach you to rise with the sun. That’s why I’ve compiled some tips that have helped me slowly become the morning workout person of my dreams. Even though some days I may not like it.