Fitness Minutes: (306)
6 8/22/13 11:27 A
I'm close. I'm up at 5 to workout by 5:30. In the shower by 6:15, out the door at 7:05
The times I've tried to exercise in the evening have always turned into disasters. I can think of 335 excuses by the time 4pm rolls around!
Fitness Minutes: (646)
25 8/22/13 11:06 A
Yes. I am usually heading for the shower. I have been getting to the gym at 3:30 am just to get it behind and to avoid the crowd at the gym. Everyone keep pushing on even if you don't go to the gym early long as you get something done.
Fitness Minutes: (11,601)
324 8/22/13 10:31 A
I have tried and tried to be a morning exerciser. I know it works better for me. In my n=1 experiment, I lose weight and feel better when I exercise in the a.m. However, I just cannot push myself to get moving! I am going to keep trying though. I am signing up for a class at the "Y" that starts at 5:15. I am thinking of setting the alarm a little earlier each day to start preparing...and going to bed earlier!
I like to get up early or stay up til midnight to exercise, Did ST this morning at midnight but didn't do cardio as I didn't want to wake my DH with my stomping around and now I already feel like it's too late. I'm committing to 30 minutes cardio at 0430. Had an workout yesterday morning at 0300
Edited by: ADIOSALL at: 8/22/2013 (06:16)
Fitness Minutes: (199,799)
21,306 8/21/13 10:58 P
It's the best way to start my day.
Fitness Minutes: (169,309)
11,413 8/21/13 9:14 P
I only do the 5:15 thing twice a week because I can't go to the evening classes be sues of my crappy job schedule. I
Fitness Minutes: (5,496)
62 8/21/13 4:51 P
I've just started working out first thing in the morning. (used to go right after work) Changed my work schedule from 7-4 to 8-5 to accommodate it. A quick breakfast and I'm in the gym a bit after 5AM. Makes it so I can bike to the commuter train station without riding when it's quite so dark (for the next month or two anyway) and also saves having to shower more than once a day.
Great way to start the day.
Fitness Minutes: (3,530)
337 8/21/13 1:40 P
I wake up at 4:45 to get my powerwalk /jog in before work. And I don't worry about anyone else up ,because I feel great!!! You have good will power and that's awesome!!!!:}
Fitness Minutes: (35,652)
2,796 8/19/13 2:10 P
indeed - I get up at 4:30 so I can do my strength training and walk before I start work. Not fun, but at least I am able to get a workout done :)
Fitness Minutes: (45,834)
625 8/19/13 1:56 P
I'm usually up at silly oclock in the morning. Definitely my favourite time to do stuff. Not so much in the winter though. Had some lovely misty sunrise jogs along a river a couple of years ago before I moved. Gorgeous. But yes, I prefer to do a workout early before it gets hot.
Me too! Every time I try to switch to an afternoon workout schedule I slack, big time! I'm up at 5:15 for weights and cardio or HIIT. :)
Fitness Minutes: (14,878)
833 8/19/13 11:52 A
I am not a morning person, but it is way too hot to run in the afternoon or evening. So on running days I am usually up at 5:00. I stretch and run for about an hour. Then I walk/run the dogs (they won't run!), then cool down, listen to the news, get ready for work, eat breakfast.
I need to get up at 5:00 more often so I can step up my program. I admire all of you who are doing it consistently.
Fitness Minutes: (19,876)
541 8/19/13 11:51 A
I have to be at work at 5 am.
Fitness Minutes: (29,419)
850 8/19/13 11:11 A
I only have to get up before 5 one morning a week, but Thursday mornings, I'm right there with you! My other running days, I'm up at around 5:30, and my non-running days, I "sleep in" until 6:30 or so.
Fitness Minutes: (54,603)
764 8/19/13 9:35 A
I try to get up around that time, but I'm definitely not a morning person and I usually sleep through my alarm. :)
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