How to Become a Morning Person: 4 Tips to Jumpstart Your Day

Young woman waking up on her bed

The early bird gets the worm. If you want to achieve your goals, you should get an active start to your day. Find out how to go from being a later riser to a morning person with our four easy tips.

1. Meal prep your breakfast

Taking five minutes the night before for meal prepping can save you a lot of stress and time the next morning. Take this creamy chia pudding in a jar, for example. All you have to do is whip it up and put it in the refrigerator. Tomorrow’s breakfast can be that simple. Plus, pudding in a jar makes it easy to eat at home or on the go.

2. Do your workout in the morning

An hour of spinning or bodyweight exercises: a little exercise in the morning can brighten your mood. Plus, it wakes you up. Try out this good morning workout with Runtastic Coach Lunden:

3. Work out with friends

Have you signed up for a class at the gym? Great! Then convince a friend or your significant other to join you. There are lots of benefits to working out with your friends and you’re less likely to skip when you know someone else is waiting for you – even when you don’t feel like it! You will see that you feel a lot better afterward and you can get a jump on a long work day.

Two men working out in the park

Feel better, look better! Add style to your workouts.

4. Stop hitting the snooze button

We all know how tempting it is to hit the snooze button early in the morning. But instead of giving into the urge, how about trying to resist it for a change? When it rings, just get up and use the extra ten minutes for you. Put your cell phone down and enjoy the pleasure of drinking a cup of coffee or tea. Relax and think of everything you would like to achieve today. A to-do list can help you organize your thoughts and use your time and energy more efficiently.

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