Yoga, Exercise, How to Exercise in The Morning: The Rise and Shine Workout
Rise and Shine to Exercise!
When my alarm went off this morning, I laid in bed debating whether I would actually get up and go for the run I had planned. Every excuse went through my head: I'm tired, it's hot, I'll run later…But I mustered up the willpower and decided to just do it, and I'm so glad I did!
I feel more energetic and focused at work, and, according to a recent small study, I just might get better sleep tonight because of my morning workout. Researchers at Appalachian State University found that 30 minutes of exercise at 7 a.m., compared to 1 p.m. and 7 p.m., invoked "significantly greater improvements in quality of sleep." The morning exercisers spent 85 percent more time in light sleep and 75 percent more in deep sleep compared to the others.
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