5 Tips to run in the morning

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Running in the morning is the freshest start to a day possible. It is the perfect start and gives you the energy boost you need.

Keeping that in mind, here are five tips you can do to fill your mornings with energy and enthusiasm

1 Sleep early

 

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Early to bed, early to rise makes you healthy, wealthy and wise. This is quite true. Go to bed early to guarantee yourself 7-8 hours of sleep. This will make you fresh, confident and ready when you wake up in the morning!

2. Keep your gear ready

 

Keep your running clothes and your shoes ready before you go to bed. Not only will this give you extra time to sleep in the morning, it will get you in the mood and fired up to run!

3 Have a schedule

 

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If you maintain a training schedule, it will make it much easier for you to get up in the morning and be motivated enough to start running. This will also give you a personal goal to strive for and achieve.

4 Train under a Professional Marathon Coach

 
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Professional training makes you focused, more competitive and gives you a sharper edge. Not only do you learn the rigours of running better, you also gain self-confidence. Look for running enthusiasts in your local community and take professional running coaching with them!

5 Eat something light

 

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Grab a quick breakfast every morning before running. This will give you the necessary nutrients and fibres that you’ll need for running without you wasting time and overeating. Also, drink water!

Running is very effective in increasing your fitness levels and running in the morning provides extra psychological benefits and helps in staying healthier and fitter. Commit to running, commit to a healthier life!

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