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Great article on the second read!
I like early morning- not so many people at the gym and it's done
By exercising 1st thing in the morning it guarantees it gets done.
First thing in the morning is the only time that is always there. Later in the day, there are liable to be other things that destroy your plans.
I do some in the morning, but the bulk at night
I do better if I exercise in the morning. The longer I put it off the less likely I am to do it
Something to look forward to and then get on with your day.
morning exercise i9s the best!
I put my workout clothes, including my sneakers and socks, on the bathroom vanity. That way, they're right there and there's no excuse!
Interesting, but I will probably never be a morning exerciser, except the morning farm chores, which are really a lot more exercise then most people get anyway. Over the years of living alone after my DH passing I find that I enjoy my privacy and alone time, the last thing in the world I would ever want is an exercise buddy. When I feel like it is time for my walk, I just go, no appointments, phone calls or exercise dates, no waiting on someone else, or having to cancel because a lamb or calf is about to arrive, also no walking to someone else’s pace, which is always too slow or too fast for my pace. To leave the accountability to an exercise buddy is to do what so many people do nowadays, not take responsibility for their own actions.
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