I don’t have one particular exercise I do every morning. When I have time in the morning I usually go for a run. Otherwise I do a quick HIIT Training or just stretching when I’m in a hurry.
I have been starting super small with the Make Me Fabulous 1 min Just Get Moving. My goal is to eventually transition to a 15 min morning stretch, but since I know I am prone to try to skip this when I am running late, I never have an excuse to skip a 1 minute routine.
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I do breathing exercises. There 3 types that I do. It helps me to energise and keep my mind calm. After which entering into meditation becomes easier.
I go to the gym every morning after eating a healthy breakfast. Although I am aware it is easier to let go of such a time-consuming exercise, I already had this habit. I simply maintained it. Still, having my gym clothes ready in the nighttime has made things a lot faster and simpler in the morning, so thank you guys for the tip.
I take my dog for a walk! Before I got him I did 10 pushups 10 squats 10 sit up and 1 minute kneeling plank and 1 minute kneeling side planks or a quick walk around the block.
- What are some healthy breakfast options?
- How do you keep motivated to practice a habit when there is someone who pokes fun at you?
- Any ideas for exercises that I can do in the morning in the bathroom before taking a shower?
- How do you make the exercise feel good, and not feel like a chore? Even if it’s just for 5 minutes in the morning.
- Does anyone have any suggestions for routines? Apps you use or how you make up your own?
- I see the app working for me. I am now recommending it to every person looking for a way to break a bad habit. What are some ways you’ve motivated your peers to build better habits with you?
- How do you not fall asleep when trying to meditate first thing in the morning?
- Where do you run into trouble when trying to keep an excercise habit up? How do you get through it?
- What do you do to halt cravings? Mine are mostly for bread and for sweets.
- I’d love to hear about other great workout programs people have tried that kept them motivated and felt and saw a noticeable difference.