Are you a morning person? Neither am I, but that doesn’t stop me from my daily rise-and-grind. There are numerous benefits to exercising in the morning. First and foremost, you’ll be less likely to skip a workout if it’s the first thing you do to start your day. Working out in the morning leaves time for other priorities as well. Majority of our lives don’t revolve around the gym but rather, the time we spend exercising is a trade-off between the times you spend doing other activities of daily living. It’s much harder to get up off the couch after a full day of work, so let’s make this easier by allowing yourself to start each day with exercise. Subsequently, morning exercise will become a part of your morning routine, just like brushing your teeth! Exercise wakes up the body naturally unlike a cup of coffee. By starting your morning with exercise, you’ll find yourself more focused throughout the day. The hormones in your body progress through natural flows of highs and lows. Exercising in the morning allows you to take full advantage of these cycles. But let’s keep this simple, I like exercising in the morning because of the lack of distractions I’m likely to encounter. As you move through your workout, plan out your day, stay organized and get ahead of the game.