5 Tips: Getting Up For Early Morning Workouts

5 Tips: Getting Up For Early Morning Workouts

We all know too well how hard it can be to get out of our beds in the morning. Snoozing our alarm for a "few more minutes". Just "resting our eyes". It can be a heavy task to get up one or two hours then usually. To get in a workout before going to work or starting our normal routine, but unfortunately its a must! That's why we are bringing you the best tips on how to get up in the morning and the top products to help you get through the workouts. We will help you get a proper routine and after our help you will have all the tools to get up early for workouts and it wont feel as strenuous.

1. Firstly, Prepare The Night Before

Its good to prepare as much as possible the night before. This is something that I, personally, have benefited from. So, pack your gym bag with everything you usually take with you the night before. This will mean you have less to do in the morning and could take a chunk of time off the time you would have to get up. If you usually take a drink, prepare that the night before too. with an early morning workout, water ins't really enough to keep you going. Try out our Caffeine Powder, it has many benefits. it will improve your mental focus, increases your endurance and is the most popular pre-workout ingredient. its easy to use, all you do is  mix 2/3 (two thirds) of a 0.5ml scoop (approximately 200mg) with 100ml water. Take 1 serving, 30 minutes before your workout.

2. A Good Nights Sleep

Getting a good nights sleep is the easy one- one we all love! Don't ignore your body, if you're starting to feel tired and your eyes are feeling heavy, go to sleep. Early nights are good for you and your body will wake early naturally. In affect, it wont be as difficult to wake in the morning. It's recommended that you have between

7-9 hours of sleep depending on your age. There are so many other benefits to sleeping that make it worth it too. Here 5 other reasons why getting a good night sleep will be good for you:

  • Poor sleeping scheduled is often associated with weight gain.
  • Good nights sleep is good for productivity.
  • Good sleep can maximise physical performance.
  • Sleep improves your immune functions.
  • Sleep can affect your behaviour and emotions.

3. Put your alarm a walks distance away from the bed

This is a torturous method, but it's an effective one! If you have to get up to turn off your alarm you are bound to feel more awake afterwards. This will make it easier to wake yourself up properly.

4. Set Multiple Alarms

Although this can get annoying and fast. This will only drive you to move ahead of time so you can turn the alarms off, it's just a prompt to get moving. Set one for before you need to get up so you have to wake up properly. Another one for when you have to get up. finally, set one 5 minutes before you need to leave so you have time to double check and get ready to leave. If you need more than that, set alarms to what suits you best. Tip: label all your alarms. e.g. "5 minutes", "time to leave" etc.

5. Caffeine!

If you like drinking a morning coffee then you're already half way there. Have some caffeine in the morning and it will give you the boost you need to feel more awake and have more energy. if not you can always try our Caffeine Tablets to give you the boost you need. Take 1 tablet pre-workout and you'll be ready to go! not only will it wake you up, but it also...

  • Improves mental focus.
  • Can result in more intense workouts.
  • Contributes to an increase in endurance when exerting energy.
  • Helps to increase alertness.
  • Helps to improve concentration and drive.

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