Warmer weather, blooming flowers, and longer daylight make spring the perfect time to shake off those winter blues and get moving. We've all heard that regular exercise helps increase energy levels, relieve stress, manage weight, and prevent disease, but many of us find it hard to fit exercise into our busy schedules. Although physical activity at any time is beneficial, experts have found that people who exercise in the morning are more successful in making it a habit.
Morning exercise plans are less likely to be interrupted by events that come up during the day. The keys to success are planning ahead and staying motivated. Here are some tips to help you establish a morning routine that you can stick with.
As always, be sure to consult your health care professional before beginning any physical-activity program. With a little preparation, you'll be on your way to a great start to your day and to even better health!