I think it is important to note though that you should do what works best for you at the start. It’s more important that you start working out, than that you set that extra barrier of effort you need to surpass simply because 'it is considered more effective’. It's all about building habits at first. In my particular case, after failing 5 weeks to get up early to do my trainer-advised-before-breakfast run, I simply switched to evening runs, and have since been burning fat every evening for the past two months.
Do whatever gets you moving, may that be before or after breakfast 🙂
- What’s a good exercise routine you can do in a second level apartment that isn’t too noisy?
- What kind of exercise do you do? And before or after a morning shower?
- How do you make time for exercise? I am in a position where I have to choose between exercising and sleep. I am struggling with this!
- Will you see some changes in your body after doing morning exercises for some time?
- Yes, I was ill 2 weeks, I didn’t want to work out because I felt very tired. I would welcome some advice what to do in this situation.
- When you get up late and all your plans and routines seem broken – what do you do? Do you give up for the day?
- What’s your trick for keeping a consistent workout routine?
- In what order do you perform your habits?
- What kind of exercise do you actually look forward to?
- How do you get back on track with excerising after unplanned breaks?