Some studies of athletes showed that exercising in the morning burns more calories than any other time of day because the metabolism is increased, much more than training in the afternoon.
An additional benefit of morning training lies in the fact that it allows us to face the day with a better mood, due to the production of endorphins, substances that our brain secretes during exercise, causing a feeling of well-being.
Simply take a small snack, as soon as you wake up, to keep your blood glucose levels safe during your morning workout session.
It’s not too difficult, it only takes about 10 minutes to finish, and it allows your body to move in the morning.
Separate your feet wide with your toes slightly turned out. Bend your knees and sink your hips toward the floor without bending forward. Move fast since it’s meant to be a quick morning workout routine!
Stand on your feet together and your hands down of your side. In one motion jump your feet out to the side and raise your arms above your head, then immediately reverse that motion of jumping back to the starting position.
As doing calf raises, brace your core, face forward and keep your toes pointing straight ahead. Raise your heels and expire as you squeeze your calves. Inspire as you lower your heels and easy return to the beginning position.
The sit ups has a great range from motion so not only does them work your abs it too works your hips too, helping to build an strong core.
Stand straight on your feet shoulder-width apart. Squat and place your hands in front by your feet. Jump back until your legs is fully extended and your body are in plank position and do a push up and jump forward, push through the heels and return to the starting position.