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Are you an early riser?

Categories: Exercise

When do you choose to exercise?

Are you somebody who likes to get up at the crack of dawn and get your workout in whilst everybody else enjoys more sleep, do you like to split the day up and escape during your lunchbreak or are you somebody who prefers to destress at the end of the day before heading home.

Personally I don’t have a set time for training as it always depends when I have clients in, so it can be a bit challenging to stay motivated and accountable and with having the boys I prefer to get extra sleep when I can so even if the boys are up early, you’ll find me enjoying a cup of coffee in the morning rather than lifting weights.

Training early can have its benefits.

  • You’re less likely to skip sessions. There are fewer excuses that can happen, like going for lunch with friends, meetings over running or being tired when you get home.
  • You’ll be more productive. With increased endorphins after your workout, you’re likely to be more aware, energetic and have increased mental clarity.
  • You’ll eat better. Once you’ve trained, you’re more likely to make healthier choices during the day with your eating habits.

Does training first thing tempt you?