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Unread 11-26-2012, 06:35 PM   #7
Sokar
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I agree with Bri completely. Get up early and take advantage of the morning time to work out. This can be very effective in jump starting your day. And yet again she is right, the 1st few weeks will suck, but if you can push through it you will be all the better for it. The clients I train in the morning tend to be more productive at work and have a lot more when they leave work in the afternoon. Their energy level is jacked up through out the day and it has not only improved their fitness but their quality of life. Just make sure that after your morning work out that you have a good breakfast of some kind of protein and carbs and/or natural sugars like a fruit to give your body the energy it needs. It will thank you I promise lol.
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