Many people see mornings as the only time of the day to squeeze in a workout, but finding motivation right after waking up can be tough. If you’re struggling with the same thing, here’s a couple of steps you should take.
The best way to get ready for your workout even before getting up is to prepare everything you need in the evening. Plan what you’re going to eat, and pick the clothes you’re going to wear, since bailing on your workout will be much harder when you already have everything you need.
It’s impossible to have a good workout when you’re sleep-deprived, so make sure to have a good night’s sleep before your sweat session. If you have enough time on your hands, go to bed earlier than usual so you would be well-rested in the morning.
Don’t Do It Alone
Staying committed to your workout is much easier when you’re doing it with someone else. Going to the gym with your friends is out of the question when you’re social distancing, but you can still work out together online.