Exercise is one of the basic needs of a person to stay healthy. While the time can vary, from morning to night. Often, the morning is the choice of many people to exercise. It also varies, some exercise after breakfast time, some are on the sidelines of working WFH. For those of you who choose to exercise in the morning after dawn, before sunrise, it turns out that there are several benefits to be had.
According to research conducted in Japan, it was found that fat oxidation can occur higher when you exercise before eating breakfast. This makes the body think it is in fasting mode so that more fat molecules are broken down. As a result, it is easier to lose weight.
In times like these, it's safest to exercise when there's no one around. Well, considering that many exercises after sunrise, then you can start early and start after dawn. The earlier the better!
Many people choose to exercise in the morning because they want to breathe fresh air. Before many cars and motorbikes rush to go to work, you should breathe as much air as possible.
Birds are up in the morning after dawn, as are many other animals. While exercising, you can hear the beautiful sounds of nature and it helps to calm the mind. In addition, watching how the sky changes color at sunrise can be very pleasing to the eye. You can't get things like this if you exercise when it's bright.
As a mother, it's hard to find a suitable time for just light exercise. Well, a psychologist trainer at the New York University exercise lab, Heather Milton says that the best time to exercise is at dawn. According to Heather, the morning, when they haven't woken up, is the best time to do something for yourself, including exercise. After one workout session, your body and mind will be better prepared for the day.
The challenge of exercising early in the morning is getting up. But once you find the right rhythm, you can make this a good new habit. Where the body will be active because it remembers that waking up is associated with exercise. Your body is ready for light exercise after sleep. According to the European Journal of Social Psychology, to make something a habit, it takes 2 months or 66 days of repeated routines.
So, want to start exercising after dawn starting tomorrow?