So MY answer to your question is that if you feel like it, you can definitely workout seperately. Xo
Now I do something to get me moving. For example, I'm working my way up to 100 push-ups by doing two more each day (I'm on 18).
(I use a free app called 100 push-ups sometimes too if you like to add some tech.)
That way I have a goal to aim for and can start something different when I'm done.
However I envision my future morning exercises to be separate from my main routine. Mainly because they have different objectives. My morning exercise is normally under 10mins, a quick boost to get me mentally ready for the day.
My main exercise routine Will focus on improving my fitness, stress levels, and used to get social and or outdoors. More of a chance to discover my likes, dislikes, and to learn how to look after my body.
So short answer, yes they will be separate from each other.
Uneven ground walking, uphill and downhill, can improve foot fall placement, while remembering to avoid hazards, like curbs, vehicles, bikers, skateboarders, loose gravel, gopher holes, sand, water, scooters, and the occasional SKUNK!!!
An early morning fast walk takes about 20-minutes to cover one mile. It is usually dark so wear active or passive lighting. This not so much for your vision, it is more about being seen.
This is not for everyone, but anyone is capable of learning to be observant. As for the Skunk, be patient (and quiet), Mr/Miss/Mrs Skunk would rather avoid you, rather than to offer up some “in-scent-tive”.