2. You won’t blow off a workout.
It’s easy to get tired at the end of the day or to feel a little lazy after a long day at the office. Maybe life gets crazy during the early evening hours (especially if you have kids) and you just can’t bear to make it to the gym. We get it, and we’ve all been there. Which is why working out in the morning (before you can focus too much on your excuses) is the best plan. Working out in the morning can help you focus, will set the tone for a healthy day and can put you in a good mood and give you an accomplished glow that you carry through all your other responsibilities.