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6 Hacks to Crush Your Morning Workout

6 Hacks to Crush Your Morning Workout

The best way to never miss your workout is to get it done FIRST thing. Sounds easy, right? For us early birds, it’s no biggie but for some, the idea of waking up even earlier is a non-negotiable. Look, we all need sleep. We all love sleep and sleep is JUST as important as your workout but I can promise you, waking up to get your sweat on not only means you’ll go harder but your burn will be better! Here are 7 tips to become a morning workout girl / guy 😉

  1. No more hitting the snooze button. When your alarm goes off, stand up, get up and immediately begin moving your body. #JustDoIt
  2. Lay every single item out for your morning the night before. Yes, everything. Your socks, underwear, workout top and bottoms along with shoes — whatever you need, make it easily accessible. Place all of these items in view from your bed so that you see it, first thing. It makes it so much easier to get up when you see everything is ready for you.
  3. If you want to be super prepared, take the above tip and go extreme — SLEEP in your workout clothes so that when you wake up, you can chug your pre-workout drink and GO! You can sample the one I use by clicking this link – (PS it’s tested and the only pre workout supplement used in the Ironman Competitions #Clean)
  4. Find an accountability partner. It’s pretty easy to hit the snooze button or reschedule your workout when you’re doing it alone. It’s NOT easy to cancel your plans when you have an accountability partner meeting you for your early morning sweat sesh. Set a meeting time and place, and then make sure you show up on time. Your friend needs you!
  5. Music makes you want to move! You know that song, the one that always makes you want to move? Maybe it’s the first track on your workout playlist. Wake up to the song!
  6. Get yourself to bed early! Just like you set an alarm to get up, set an alarm or reminder to set you up for success. Most of us real humans need 6-8 hours of sleep per night to function properly the next day. This may only be necessary for a short period of time as you’re getting in the habit. Set your reminder now!

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3 Responses

  1. Thank you for your helping hand.

  2. KISHAAN says:

    Well I like what you said,As a junior i want some suggestion. Check my video.Thanks

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