If we follow a routine everyday for a few weeks or for 21 days it will come naturally.
Remember these 5-6 AMs are going to make you a Legend one day.
As for waking up less tired, try some stretching before jumping in the bed and breathing exercises before doze off. You will start seeing results in few days.
I’m recovering from Ed, so i can’t tell you what I eat but I can give you others advices.
I’m 16 and I have to be at the High School at 8. I’m usually wake up at 6, I know it’s so early, but I discovered that at this time no one is awake and I can do all the things in silence and with nobody else ( I live with other 4 people, my family ). I go to bed at 10/10:30 so in the morning I can be fresh and relaxed. Sometimes I don’t want to get up, so I count from 5 to 0 and in that time I have to be up.
First thing in the morning, I drink a glass of water and then I go to the bathroom to wash with some cold ( really cold ) water. I suggest you to do the same, you’ll be waked by that :). Then do some yoga or stretching, if you don’t want to exercise in the morning, to be flexible and happy all the day. I hope it will help. 🙂
Then exercise with same energy 😎 it takes time but you will definitely have your dream body ok the way 💪💪
Exercise exercise 💪
I usually wake up at 7:30 because of school and in the weekend at 8-10 a.m
In order to feel better in the morning try not to lie too much and go wash ur face, drink or eat smth or whatever. it helps me a lot but i usually prefer lie for an hour-two and dont do it😶
hope u'll have a really good morning
(sorry for my punctuation, I'm not good at it at all)
You're definitely not alone as everyone is on their self improvement journey at their own pace. I still try to wake up asap but usually it is around 6-7AM even during weekends or holidays depending on when I go to sleep but I know generally I need at least 7 hours of adequate sleep so I plan accordingly. I had the same problem you might be getting up in your deep sleep phase instead of light one. I recommend track your sleep over a certain period of time to find your light sleep phases and now many fitness trackers have a smart wake function that wakes you up gently in your light sleep so you can get up easily and refreshed at the same time.
As to nutrition, start small, tiny even but consistently, for example, switch all soda drinks at home to simple water bottles everywhere or order a fruit dessert while out instead of heavy one. Such small steps help build the right momentum for you to carry on and build new healthy habits on top.
Talking about breakfast i suggest something whit just a little sugar, i cutted off chocolate from my breakfasts and started eating proteic things like ham and a piece of bread or maybe some cheese, i just started this journey so this is all i can tell you, don't push too much pressure against yourself, i suggest as the firsts habits to set: "drink water each morning" and the others will come. You are loved and valid, stay hidrated, you got this ;))