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Early Morning Workout




Working out early in the morning, gets it out of the way, and you won't have an excuse later on to not do it.

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    Thanks for showing. - by BANNERMAN
    I agree! - by FABISERVANTES83
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    Since I'm retired, I find that working out mid-day gives me the morning for doing computer work and the afternoon for household chores. It's a nice rhythm for me. - by VAINVT
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  • I agree, thanks for sharing. - by AMBER461
  • I agree - by LEANMEAN2
  • I have so much more energy when I get up & walk instead of hitting the snooze button! - by NHEMBERGER
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    Thanks for sharing. - by BANNERMAN
  • I find morning exercise at home incredibly difficult, but fine later on - weirdly, before I go to bed. Boy do I sleep well! However, if I go to the gym early in the morning, I'm fine - something to do with being in a dedicated place. As soon as I open the door I'm away, working out with or without the personal trainer, giving it my all.

    Everyone's different, I suppose - whatever works best, just as long as we MOVE!

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    Oh, yes - by VAINVT
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    I agree!!!!! - by IDLETYME
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    Well said - by SUEARNOLD1
    I totally agree with you. - by LOSE4LIFE47
  • Definitely. It also helps you to stay motivated to stick to the diet part-why waste a good workout? - by BURLAPDOG

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