What convinces you to exercise in the morning?

Micheal W.
It may feel hard to exercise at first and it may hurt or make me sore but I know that Im going to feel great afterwards, both more physically healthy and the feeling is just great after you finish a workout. I know that giving up means I’m going to need to start over again so finishing what I started is important to me, as we don’t want to start over. Exercise motivates me to get through the day.

Araiz Z.
The belief that I will feel better about myself after completing it and the energy with that feeling for the rest of the day.

Sheila Q.
knowing how much better I will feel both physically and emotionally. Not having the anxiety thinking thru the day of when I'm going to fit it in..

Carley Q.
Having accountability from people around me. The feeling afterward. My puppy looking at me and wanting to go enjoy outside

Leanna N.
I honestly don’t exercise in the mornings. I’m not a morning person. The best time to exercise for me is in the evening/night. I exercise because I love how it makes me feel. It’s tough at the time, but I feel stronger, happier, and more accomplished afterwards.

Nunya O.
I make them short and i make them easy my exercises mainly contain stretching out my back and i know i have to do that other wise i will have to stretch later during the day so i guess choose something quick something easy and something that you know will be useful to you later on

Jacky O.
I'm very motivated because alongside with intermittent fasting/ ketogenic diet I'm already seeing results.
Also, I do it in first thing in the AM to get it over with… that makes me feel good there rest of the day.
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On a 2nd note stop interrupting me… I'm studying for my final exam.

Tatianna E.
I have an active job. I get up at 4:00am, leave the house at 4:30am, and by 5:00am my heart rate has already elevated to the fat burning levels

Flora F.
I don’t really know I just happen to be doing stuff in the morning more than other times; maybe it’s because when I wake up I keep telling myself that I have to stick to my routine, I have to do this so that I’ll make a change to my body and I’ll make it the way I’ve wanted it to be, it’s the change I wanted to make and if I don’t do exercise I won’t make the change I’ve always wanted

Suzanna Z.
I started small and after a few weeks noticed progress in my body and overall health, that is just what keeps me going now, the fact that i know slow progress is better than none.