Along with balanced meals, healthy lifestyle and discipline, regular exercise is important for everyone’s health and fitness. Exercising is done by many people at any time of the day as desired, as necessary or as possible, but the “usual” time or the time everyone has believed since then is in the morning. What are the advantages of it?


The first benefit you get from exercising in the morning is basically “waking up early”. This is more of a benefit if you’re not a morning person. If you’re someone who wakes up really late in the afternoon during weekends, morning exercise is a blessing in disguise to the fact that you’re a hard-to-wake-up person.

Waking up early leads to a higher chance of a productive day for you because you’d have more time to perform your responsibilities and attend to your tasks than when you sleep all day or all morning. It’s also healthier since if you wake up early, you can exercise, and you won’t miss the first meal of the day. Breakfasts,as you know, are important not to be skipped.


After exercising in the morning, you feel a sense of fulfillment that you’ve achieved something for yourself, specially for your health, very early in the morning. Because of that, you’ll feel more encouraged to do and accomplish a lot throughout the whole day. Your body will feel less lousy and more active to work.

You willingly or voluntarily accept physical activities such as climbing up the stairs over waiting for the elevator, or lifting big boxes to help in the office rather than assigning someone else to do it. Morning exercise makes you feel more energized and hyped to function, move and do things.


The usual problem of some people who exercise is that they tend to eat a lot after, however, it depends on the person’s dedication, drive and discipline to really get fit and healthy. Actually, it’s really hard not to eat after you’re tired and sweaty, but, after the morning exercise, there’s a sense of realizing “I just finished sweating so I shouldn’t waste that.” It’s a feeling of not wanting your exercising efforts to be put to waste just right after.

After morning exercise, some people feel more earnest to get the health and the fitness they want. Morning exercise gives a motivation or a sense of self-control that you started the day right, thus, you don’t want to have it and end it the other way around.


Have you ever noticed a time when you feel so tired from working out then you look at the mirror and “WOW, my skin looks fresh?!” Exercising gives your skin a natural glow and more does exercising in the morning. You look blooming after a workout. Your skin sweats a lot, causing toxins to be discharged from your body.

The heart pumps out blood throughout your body as the lungs get oxygen, and the skin, being the largest organ acquires that, making it look like blushing and radiant after an exercise. It’s really good in the morning as well because your body comes from hours of rest. It’s time to warm it up for the rest of the day’s action.


When you exercise, your body temperature increases. The drop of it hours after morning exercise may make falling asleep easier and sleeping better than when you’re just dead tired. If you find it hard to sleep at night, morning exercise might help as it improves the quality of your sleep and lengthens it. Because the morning exercise made you feel active and alive throughout the whole day, you feel more motivated to sleep immediately at the end of the day when you lie in bed.


In the morning, your body feels inactive and weak. You feel like you can’t control it especially when the bed extremely magnetizes you. If you find the courage to stand up and start your morning exercise, early in the morning, your bones and muscles will be awaken. Your body gains the strength and endurance needed all day. Of course, you start with gentle workout routines not to shock your muscles. The succeeding could be with intensity using intense workout routines or utilizing exercise and gym equipment.


The early bird catches the worm, and an early morning exercise burns the fat. — The second part is something I just made up. A British Journal of Nutrition research found out that morning exercise before your first meal makes you lose up to 20 percent more fat than eating breakfast first.

Just because you’ve eaten nothing yet doesn’t mean that there’s nothing to burn. Your metabolism will be fired up. Your attraction towards food will be lower, meaning you won’t be encouraged to eat too many food in the day.


When you feel active, happy and excited for the day’s tasks and adventures, good vibes aren’t too far from you. Morning exercise can also boost your good mood because you feel fruitful. It transcends to how you work and how you interact with other people. You will be less stressed and irritated.

Greeting your peers and even at strangers, sending smiles and giving out kind words can be extra easy for you. Morning exercise don’t just stretch your muscles and bones but also your smile. It doesn’t just burn your fats but also the bad vibes away.


Morning exercise lets you start the day right. From waking up to sleeping and doing those again and again, exercising early in the morning enables you to have a beautiful day, a good health and a happy life.



Nicole Ann Pore is a daytime writer for Fitbiz, an Australian business nationally regarded as the benchmark in the Fitness industry, offering premium quality fitness equipment collection at affordable prices. She writes pieces focusing on the importance of being fit and healthy overall and the self discipline that must go with them. She also does research on various gym and exercise equipment to give more information about how they work.