Any tricks to becoming a morning exerciser?
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.