INTRODUCTION : WHAT THIS BOOK CAN DO FOR YOUHave you heard that old saying “Early to bed, early to rise makes a man healthy, wealthy and wise”. Yes, it is true. All of the benefits of waking up early fuse together into one great benefit – the benefit that you will possibly live a longer, healthier and productive life, free of heart disease, hypertension, cancer, stroke, diabetes and some other deadly ailments that you can imagine.But most people are having a daily struggle with waking up so early in the morning, some reasons are staying up late, exhaustion, lack of energy, not using an alarm clock or you just not want to get out of your bed.
But it turns out that there are some benefits of waking up early like, it helps you sustain a healthier diet, it enhances your productivity, it gives you a better mental health, it improves the quality of your sleep, it also helps you enjoying quiet time, it improves your mood, reduces stress or anxiety and it gives you more time to exercise.A morning exercise plus a healthy breakfast is a good way to start each of your day. Why? Because a healthy diet that contains the nutrients we all need being received in the morning until the time we go to sleep keep us healthy, in shape and slim, while exercise helps with exercising your heart, burning fat calories and changes the brain in ways that protect our memory and thinking skills.
BENEFITS OF MORNING EXERCISEConsistent Workout A big obstacle to getting enough exercise everyday is the fact that it is hard to fit it into our daily schedule. Whether you have kids to take care of, work unpredictable hours, have a date, have somewhat unplanned social life or you are just too tired and wants to go home early. If you eager to workout every morning, you are less likely to have the excuses of random things just popping up and you won’t be exhausted from a rough day at the office or in school. In fact, people who work out in the morning have a tendency to stick more to their exercise plans better than people who always plan to exercise after work. Our body loves routine, if you commit yourself to get up when you heard your alarm clock, your body will thank you and you will be feeling rested and ready for the whole day.Increase Brain FunctionExercise has been proven to gain mental focus and acuity for up to ten whole hours of post-workout. It is not only can benefit your brain health and cognition, it can also improve your memory and in the long run, it can protect your brain against degeneration. A morning workout means that both of your brain and your body are in good shape all day.
Improve Cardiovascular ImpactExercise in the morning can actually increase some extra cardiovascular benefits. One of the ways that your body naturally wakes you up is by increasing levels of hormones like adrenaline, which causes your heart to beat faster. Exercise like cardio also stimulates the production of new blood vessels. As we make more blood vessels, there are more places for blood to flow, which result in more efficient circulation.Note: If you have heart problems, talk immediately to your doctor about working out, because research has shown that this extra heart activity can lead to chest pain and even heart attacks for people with underlying issues.
Better Weight Loss and Boost MetabolismIf you are working with the goal of losing some weight and getting into shape , it looks like the morning is the best exercise time for you. An early workout has been shown to result in fewer food cravings all throughout the day and it also means that your body will continue to burn calories faster, even when you are sitting at your desk or driving in your car and more efficiently all day. For better result, combine your morning exercise with the nutritional foods and by keeping your metabolism elevated, you will be burning more calories all throughout the day.More EnergyExercise releases feel-good compounds like endorphins that improve your mood and energy levels, an effect that can last well into the afternoon if you get your workout in the morning. Plus, morning exercise can help you sleep better than if you work out later in the evening, since you’re not getting that extra energy boost as you are trying to settle in for the night.
Better Sleep at NightStudies have shown that women and men who regularly exercise in the morning sleeps better than those who exercise in the evening. Morning exercise not only improves the length of the sleep but also enjoy the quality of it by promoting deeper sleep cycles. Since exercise stimulates your body, when you do it at night, it becomes more difficult to fully relax and drift into a peaceful sleep. Plus, it has an opposite effect, exercise is literally a form of stress, your body will react to stress by releasing hormones including adrenaline, which is not good before you sleep.
Love Your Life You have created a strong habit of morning exercise, your brain and heart functions well, your metabolism is flowing, your body is looking good and feeling better, you have lots of energy, you are sleeping better at night. Are you loving your new life?