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Ten Reasons To Try Morning Workouts

Here are 10 reasons why you might want to try morning workouts:

Boosts Metabolism: Morning workouts can kickstart your metabolism, helping you burn more calories

throughout the day. This can be especially beneficial if weight loss or weight maintenance is a goal.

Increased Energy Levels: Exercise releases endorphins, which can help elevate your mood and energy

levels. Starting your day with a workout can set a positive tone for the rest of the day.

Consistency: Morning workouts can become a routine more easily than evening ones. There are

generally fewer distractions or schedule conflicts early in the day, making it easier to stick to your

exercise routine.

Improved Focus and Productivity: Physical activity has been shown to enhance cognitive function and

focus. A morning workout can help sharpen your mind and improve productivity throughout the day.

Enhanced Mood: Exercise releases neurotransmitters like serotonin, which can contribute to an

improved mood and reduced stress levels. Starting your day with a workout can set a positive tone for

the day ahead.

Better Sleep: Regular morning exercise can contribute to improved sleep patterns. However, it's

important not to exercise too close to bedtime, as it can have the opposite effect.

Time Efficiency: Morning workouts can be more time efficient. By getting your exercise done early, your

free up time in the evening for other activities or responsibilities.

Consistent Fitness Progress: Exercising in the morning allows for more consistent progress in your fitness

goals. It becomes a part of your routine, and you're less likely to skip workouts.

Vitamin D Exposure: If your workout involves outdoor activities, morning sunlight provides a natural

source of vitamin D, which is important for bone health and overall well-being.

Sense of Accomplishment: Completing a morning workout gives you a sense of accomplishment early in

the day, boosting your confidence and setting a positive tone for other tasks you need to tackle.

Remember, the best time to exercise is ultimately the time that fits into your schedule and feels most

sustainable for you. If mornings aren't your thing, finding a consistent time to exercise later in the day is

still beneficial.

If you are interested in early morning workouts, please contact us. We have various options from “The

Breakfast Club”, to private sessions, to outdoor workouts (weather permitting). Come and experience

the benefits of starting your day with a challenging and rewarding workout.

~Will

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