Figure out which one is actually better for your body
Getting your workout done in the morning is great for several reasons. It has been linked to better sleep, gives you a rush of endorphins to start your day, and ensures that no other activities interfere with you getting your sweat on. Despite all these great benefits, it can be incredibly hard to jump out of bed when that early alarm goes off.
Not sure which one is for you – or if you should be switching it up? No worries, experts have weighed in on the issue!
Find out how to choose between hitting snooze or the gym once and for all!
So it’s the fourth day in a row you’ve attempted to get out of bed early in the morning and hit the gym before work, but somehow you just can’t find the motivation. Last week you were up and at ’em before 6am. But does it really matter?
………………..those endorphins to help set the tone for a feel-good, low-stress day. Early-bird workouts also lead to better sleep research notes. Just make sure you’re not sacrificing valuable sleep. Natalie Dautovich, Ph.D., a National Sleep Foundation environmental says, “If you find you feel fatigued during the day, that it’s difficult to concentrate or hard to wake up, then you may need to reconsider your sleep schedule.”
………………..time for that much-needed sleep and get your workout in at another time in the day.