Get Your Morning Started Right with These 3 Exercises
Doing a morning workout for just fifteen minutes or less immediately after waking up can help to jump start your day. The short interval will help you to stick to it and will keep you fresh instead of tired for the day ahead. Doing these exercises immediately will help you to break away from the sluggishness that accompanies waking up, giving you a little pep even before your morning coffee or tea.
Jumping jacks get the whole body moving and the blood flowing. Jumping jacks are dynamic enough that they will not hurt you if you jump right into them and they are mild enough to help you warm up slowly. Jumping jacks are the perfect exercise to do first. Do jumping jacks for about 30 seconds to get going, then integrate a few in later on during the workout.