If you always wonder what period of the day is the best for workout? Of course, the answer will always be: IN THE MORNING. However, the sickness of daily working routine and lack of sleep, makes you feel difficult to get up early for morning workout. Because who wants to blow off an ugly sweater party
just to go to the gym??
You don’t need to wake up that much earlier
If you can only spare only a few minutes in the morning, try some simple workout. If you can set your alarm just 15 minutes earlier, you’ll have enough time for an arm workout, abs workout, or even a fast, total-body workout.
You won’t have to get sweat before happy hour
Time after work is usually the ideal time for you to relax and grab some cup of coffee or beer with your friend. And because you’re not going to go after you grab “just one drink” at the office party. Even if you seem fine, it’s not a good idea to work out after a glass of wine.
You’ll fire up fat burning when you need it most
After every morning workout, you’re going to start your day with your metabolism revved up. Which means you’re going to burn through the food you eat during the day, rather than when you’re sleeping. Then you will start your new day with full of energy.
You’ll be better able to focus
Every single exercices require a concentration needed to achieve the best performance. Your chances of getting distracted are way lower first thing in the morning. Think about it: It’s a lot easier to focus on your workout when no one is emailing or texting you every five seconds.
You’ll avoid the crowds at the gym
People usually have habit to go to the gym after work. Therefore, the gyms are always a bit less crowded super-early in the morning. And that means you probably won’t have to deal with some annoying people at the gym.
Or you can avoid the gym altogether
If the thought of getting to the gym and back before work makes you even more exhausted, just stay home. Try this fat-blasting body-weight circuit or this no-equipment workout to tone up from the comfort of your living room.
You’ll set a healthy tone for the day
The rush of endorphins you feel after a great workout boosts your energy and your mood. And you’re less likely to nosh on junk food in this super-healthy state of mind.