For most people, running in the morning is unthinkable. However, once you get used to the idea of going for the run when you wake up, you will not be able to imagine your day without this simple yet effective routine. It takes time for your body to get used to the fact that you want to go out and run. Here is how to make it simpler.
1. Plan your workout
Just like it is the case with any other kind of workout, you need to plan out your morning run. Do it a day before, because you will not have the ideas and motivation to plan it just before you step out. The only thing on your mind in the morning is pressing that snooze button on your alarm.
But if you make a weekly schedule, you will know exactly what you need to do as soon as you wake up. You will be able to go at it, and even though you will still want to press the snooze button, it will be easier to get up. Once you get used to the silence and fresh air of the morning, you will go running with a smile on your face.