Any tricks to be­com­ing a morn­ing ex­er­ciser?

Women's Health Australia - - ASK WOMEN’S HEALTH -

AN­SWER Yes, but it will take time to change your habits, says per­sonal trainer Rachel Cos­grove. Be pa­tient and fo­cus on the ben­e­fits: it in­creases the like­li­hood that you’ll stay con­sis­tent, and the en­dor­phin rush means you’ll be more pro­duc­tive and even­tu­ally be­come hooked. For now, get enough sleep and re­cruit a mate. “Count back­ward at least seven hours from the time you have to wake-up, and make that your new bed­time,” says Cos­grove. “And be­ing ac­count­able to a friend you know will be wait­ing for you also makes you less likely to hit snooze.” Sweat to it.

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