Excuse #4 - “I’m too busy”

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Common excuses made to avoid exercise & how to overcome them Excuse #4 “I’m too busy” Solution: Make it the first thing you do every day

- Exercising in the morning "jump starts" your metabolism, keeping it elevated for hours, sometimes for up to 24 hours! Therefore you’ll be burning calories all day long! - Exercising in the morning energises you for the day—not to mention that rewarding feeling of virtue you have knowing you’ve done something disciplined AND good for you. - There is evidence that exercise significantly increases mental alertness—a benefit that can last four to ten hours after your workout ends. Exercising in the a.m. means you get to utilise that brainpower, instead of wasting it while you’re snoozing. - Presuming you make exercise a true priority, it shouldn’t be a major issue to get up 30 to 60 minutes earlier (when you’re starting off you can ease into this) —especially since regular exercise generally means a higher quality of sleep, which in turn means you’ll probably require less sleep - they basically cancel each other out! 104 people reached