Exercising first thing in the morning is not only a great way to boost your fitness, it’s the perfect time to reap the most health benefits. That’s why here at MADE, we believe in getting the most out of the day with a range of early classes, both indoors and out, to really help you get the best possible start.

When you make exercise part of your morning routine you’re less likely skip it and let other things get in the way.  Even if you struggle to wake up at first, getting up and getting moving, in whatever way you choose, will leave you feeling revitalised and ready for the day. From a gentle yoga practice, with sun salutations to wake up those muscles; to a high energy work out to kickstart your metabolism and get that circulation going, at Fitness at MADE it’s always a good morning to exercise.

Here are just five reasons why you should join the early risers and workout. It will help:

 

  1. Boost energy levels. Movement can be a big source of energy which is just what we want at the beginning of the day. Doing some fitness first thing will wake up your body and your mind so you feel ready to take on whatever tasks you have to do later on.

  2. Enhance your mood. Working out helps produce those feel-good endorphins, chemicals produced by the brain that can help lift your mood.

  3. Burn more calories. Exercise can increase your metabolic rate, allowing you to burn more calories for the rest of the day. Yes even when you’re sitting at a desk or driving your car!

  4. Improve your focus. Morning exercise has been shown to improve focus and concentration for the day ahead.

  5. Help you sleep. Getting up early and doing some physical exercise at the start of the day will mean that by the end of the day your body will naturally feel a healthy sense of fatigue and be ready to sleep. This can not only help improve the amount of sleep you get but also the quality of sleep. Whereas if you leave your workout to the evening, your body will be stimulated making it harder to unwind and drift off when it comes to going to bed.

Check out our classes page to find out more about our classes and class timetable.