Make Morning Workouts Less of a Drag

Published by Kelvin on

We’ve all read that exercise — both cardio and strength activities — are good for mind and body. Physical activity helps to lower stress and increase focus. Work out and you’ll help to guide food choices that benefit your body, too. But working out in the early morning hours can be difficult for some people to consider. Morning exercise reinforces all those benefits of exercise, including helping to improve sleep at night.

So do you want to get into a morning workout routine but aren’t sure how to get started and stay devoted? It may start with what you’re doing when you go to bed. If you’re not going to sleep and getting good sleep, it’s going to be impossible for you. You may also need to get started with short workouts. What else should you do to work out in the morning and improve your health even more? This graphic has some ideas.


Kelvin enjoys taking part in health and fitness activities, and while not exercising, enjoys writing about health and fitness